We never had a PR agency. We didn’t advertise in the glossy magazines. We weren’t even looking to get famous. But people — real people — found us. And they shared their stories. And soon, so did Travel+Leisure, Outside, Bridal Guide, The New York Times, Budget Travel, Sunset Magazine… and the list goes on.
We’re glad they’ve enjoyed their time in Sayulita and at Villa Amor. We hope you do, too.
“The 35 villas at this resort, some set into a terraced hillside with decks that have little or no railing, are a great place to feel a frisson. From this aerie you can take in all the sights and sounds of the beach without venturing anywhere. Mini kitchens (in some villas only) make it even easier to stay in. Make it interesting: Skinny-dip in your private cliffside plunge pool (request a villa that has one).”
“What makes this place stand out is the democratic surf: There’s a right longboard break just off the beach and plenty of advanced options accessible by boat. … Shoot for an ample, affordable room at Villa Amor, on the southern end of the bay. The resort will hook you up with the best local surf instructors.”
“Built into the side of a steep hillside overlooking Sayulita Bay, Villa Amor seems to flow upward, each of the open-air villas etched into its own private terrace. Except for the fact that all have wide verandas and staggering Pacific views and are reached by climbing dozens of stone steps, no two are alike.”
“The resort is full of personal touches, like the broad-leaf majahua tree left growing through one casita and the deliberately worn accents that give the resort a lived-in feel. Huge rusting colonial-era iron doors mark the entrance to one villa; in others, wooden window frames have been purposely stripped of paint.”
“Chic hotels? Check. Pristine, jungle-lined beaches? Check. Great shopping, yoga, and mouth-watering fish tacos? Claro que sí. Explore the next great beach towns along Mexico’s Pacific coast. … Villa Amor has two things going for it: sweeping ocean vistas and a sexy room concept that does away with outside walls and invites you to see Sayulita through a rustling fringe of palm fronds.”
The Couple: Gloria and Kevin
The Wedding: Villa Amor, Sayulita, Mexico
Sayulita, Mexico – If you dream of wedding in an exotic location, but are afraid it’s out of your budget… or that guests won’t want to come… or that you can’t have the décor, cake, food, flowers and service you want…. Fear not!!
Every year, tens of thousands of same-sex couples get married in Mexico… With good reason! Mexico is gorgeous, with glorious scenery, luxurious accommodations and resorts and authentic towns with something for everyone!
Mexican weddings are far less expensive than those of the same quality in the US and with the quality of wedding and event planners on staff, are fun and relaxing experiences for the you and your guests. A destination wedding in Mexico is a chance to be surrounded by a unique cultural experience, in a beautiful and safe location without traveling too far or spending too much money.
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