For summer family travel, Velas Resorts in Mexico now offers a variety of amenities and deals. In addition to suite upgrades, Velas Resorts also offers half-off stays for teens, kids’ stays included in regular prices, roundtrip airport transfers, spa and boutique credits, discounted golf, early check-in, late check-out and more. Guests can experience everything from beach picnics and a cinema under the stars to casino games and destinations such as yacht trips and city tours.
In addition to summer savings, Velas Resorts offers an extensive list of activities for all ages, creating everlasting memories together with foam parties, beach cinema, cultural performances, nightly shows, water sports, live music, Mexican Kermes Fiesta, Mexican cooking classes, alebrijes painting, nightly Mariachi shows, astronomy nights and movies under the stars.
Adults can take part in activities such as gastronomy sessions, dancing classes, wine and spirits tastings, casino games and more.
New summer activities include an eco-tour of the new bee sanctuary at Grand Velas Riviera Maya and the recently renovated kids’ club at Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit and Grand Velas Los Cabos. The kids’ club offers climbing walls, arts and crafts, storytelling, cupcake decorating, zip lining, sports and a miniature disco. The resorts also boast a teens’ club featuring video games, premier sound systems, disco floors, karaoke and snack bars.
The littlest of travelers aren’t forgotten. The Baby Concierge can help coordinate a crib, Mexican toys, baby floats, gentle bath and shampoo gels, and organic foods in advance.
Summer promotions are valid at the AAA Five Diamond Grand Velas resorts in Riviera Maya, Riviera Nayarit and Los Cabos; the adults-only property of Casa Velas; the family-friendly resort at Velas Vallarta; and the boutique seaside resort Mar del Cabo.
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