Culinary arts in Puerto Vallarta has reached such a quality and reputation like only few places can, up to a level of now being known as Mexico’s Gastronomic Capital.
Welcome! We’d like to explore with you the flavors and culinary proposals of 4 restaurants that we have labeled as the most romantic in town, each one of them celebrating the generosity of products found in the region and the beauty that surrounds Puerto Vallarta.
Seeing El Arco is a must on a getaway to Los Cabos. It’s not just a unique land formation; it’s also a symbol of the strength and resilience of Los Cabos over the years and a reminder of the unique beauty of the area. On your next trip to Land’s End try seeing El Arco from a new perspective. Here are four different ways you can take in this Los Cabos legend.
Sail at Sunset - Imagine being on the open water, lit by the mellow oranges and pinks of a Los Cabos sunset as you look out at El Arco. There may not be a more romantic way to see this iconic landmark.
Bringing mindfulness to your event is a new event-planning trend. In this respect Los Cabos offers a unique landscape by merging the beauty of the desert with the deep blue of the ocean. Today people want to live experiences that connect them with nature, like cycling along designated routes through the desert and diving where Jacques Cousteau once called the Sea of Cortez "the world's aquarium" where he was referring specifically to the Cabo Pulmo Marine Reserve. This new trend is also achieved through culinary and heritage experiences, like returning to the origins of gastronomy and using ancient techniques; all of which Los Cabos offers. Knowing the history of Baja California where Los Cabos is located is fascinating too . Learn about the route of the missions and the evangelization of the Indian peoples who lived in the Pericúes, Guaycuras, and Cochimíes region.
Hilton (NYSE: HLT) welcomed Hilton Vallarta Riviera All-Inclusive Resort as the latest addition to its expanding All-Inclusive portfolio. Situated between the beaches of Bay of Banderas and the majestic Sierra Madre Mountain on Mexico's Pacific Coast, the 444-room hotel features 14 restaurants and bars, two infinity pools and 16,200 square feet of versatile indoor meeting and event space. Managed by Hilton, the hotel was developed by Parks Hospitality and is owned by Fibra UNO.
Offering 444 spacious and modern suites each with sleek bathrooms featuring walk-in rainfall showers, hotel guest rooms are a soothing and comfortable haven to relax after a day exploring the former fishing town or relaxing at the beach.
After being closed due to a Covid-19 exposure, The Coba Archaeological Zone re-opened once again on August 15th.
Since the Covid-19 pandemic shook the world in 2020, many things have changed. One of those big changes has been the implementation of a number of policies and protocols that are intended to keep people safe.
A couple of the common protocols when there has been potential exposure to Covid is to shut down operations, sanitize as well as trace back and contact other guests who were around the day of the exposure so they can take proper precautions and get tested.