Saying 'I Do' Los Cabos Style

It’s a breeze at Presidente Inter-Continental

By: Dawna Robertson

Oh, Amour! Located against a backdrop of the Sierra de San Lazaro Mountains looking out at the Sea of Cortez, the Presidente InterContinental All-Inclusive Los Cabos Resort tempts romantics to head south of the border to tie the knot.

The property’s Los Cabos Destination Wedding Package includes three nights of all-inclusive accommodations for bridal couples. For every ten rooms booked, the couple will receive an additional complimentary night at the resort - providing special incentive to invite plenty of friends and family to share in their marital celebration.

According to Ana Ramirez, Tour and Travel Sales Manager, Cabo wedding packages are growing in popularity because of their ease. “The legal paperwork process for a wedding is much less complicated here than in other destinations in Mexico,” Ramirez explained. “And the hotel assists guests with completing all of the necessary documentation for their wedding.

The Los Cabos Destination Wedding Package is available for $2,500. For those wanting to simply share their vows again, the $1,800 Renewal Of Vows Package includes everything from the Los Cabos Destination Wedding Package, minus the legal fees.

Ramirez remarked that couples appreciate how the Presidente InterContinental Los Cabos personalizes each wedding to the guests’ specific requests. “What also makes Los Cabos ideal is the combination of wide beaches and open spaces that are beautiful for special events,” she explained. She feels the area has great appeal because of its combination of a Mexican beach scenario with beautiful weather.

Offering the only all-inclusive gourmet experience in Los Cabos, the property features five restaurants and a wide variety of leisure activities both in and around the resort - yoga, tennis, beach volleyball, water aerobics, golf, three heated swimming pools, a 24-hour gymnasium and a kid’s club.

Presidente InterContinental properties are located in Mexico City, Cancun, Cozumel, Guadalajara, Ixtapa, Los Cabos, Monterrey and Puerto Vallarta.