Known for some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world, the Sun Triangle destinations – Acapulco, Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo and Taxco – each provide a unique backdrop for couples seeking a special destination wedding locale. From endless beaches and gardens to elegant venues with the capacity to hold more than 1,000 guests and cuisine which pairs the best of land and sea, the Sun Triangle Destinations are equipped to meet the needs of any bride and groom-to-be.
Offering the most diverse options for weddings and honeymoons of the three Sun Triangle destinations, Acapulco is Mexico’s original beach resort whose glamorous history is still apparent throughout the city – from its fabulous hotels, glimmering beaches, gourmet restaurants and endless nightlife. Romance exudes from Acapulco’s hilltop chapels, oceanfront venues and private, cliff-side villas; all of which are available options for the perfect destination wedding.
For starters, the iconic Fairmont Acapulco Princess offers a remarkable pyramid shaped building honoring Mexico’s pre-Hispanic Aztec past and one of the most beautiful stretches of beach in the destination, making this an ideal location to say “I Do”. The property is also home to the signature Willow Stream Spa, making it easy for brides and bridal parties to prepare for the big day in style and relaxation.
For brides and grooms seeking a less formal union, Hotel Boca Chica is the perfect place to tie the knot. While the colors and décor evoke a retro 1950’s vibe, Boca Chica is bright and lively, making it a favorite among young lovers seeking a celebration with elegant canapés and dancing. Yet another option is the incredible Banyan Tree Cabo Marques inspired by the colorful origins of Acapulco and set a top of a cliff with cascades falling into the Pacific Ocean, the Banyan Tree Cabo Marques offers warmth and hospitality with an Asian flare making it a picturesque locale for soon-to-be newlyweds.
Finally, true romantics need not look further than the pink & white paradise known as Las Brisas, with 263 bungalows each with a private pool and breathtaking views of the majestic Acapulco Bay. Las Brisas’ impressive history of hosting celebrity clientele is one of the most unique venues to host an unforgettable destination wedding. The resort is also home to the Chapel of Peace, one of the most sought after chapels in the area, where hundreds of couples have exchanged vows while overlooking the lights and beauty of Acapulco.
The epitome of beauty and intimacy is Capella Ixtapa, a 5-star, cliff-side resort overlooking the majestic Pacific and offering couples the ideal locale for the wedding of a lifetime. The 59-suite property is not only perfectly equipped to create the wedding of your dreams but doubles as an extraordinary honeymoon location, with an incredible package for couples that includes a complimentary room night and bottle of champagne each year to celebrate your anniversary.
Idyllic retreats in Zihuatanejo include the breathtaking La Casa que Canta and the Viceroy Zihuatanejo. A romantic hideaway inspired by Mexican architecture, design, and hospitality La Casa que Canta offers the perfect location for an intimate wedding or honeymoon. Viceroy Zihuatanejo, nestled in one of Mexico’s most exquisite beaches, offers an on-site wedding coordinator to work closely with the bride and groom to plan their special day, down to the smallest detail.
Known as a Pueblo Magico or “Magic Town”, Taxco is a destination rooted in tradition as it combines history and beauty to provide couples with a memorable experience. High above the city, a cable car ride stretches from the Northern part of Taxco to Hotel Monte Taxco, offering panoramic views of the city. Couples are invited to take the five-minute journey ending at the hotel, where friends, family and mariachis can join the celebration of love.
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