Resort near Jacó takes World Traveler Award for leading hotel in Mexico

Posted On Aug 19 2019 by

first_imgNo related posts. Zephyr Palace, a five-star resort near Jacó on Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast, has won World Traveler’s leading hotel award for Mexico and Central America.World Traveler announced the award for the resort on July 20 in Lima, Peru. The sales manager for Zephyr Palace, Maria Villavicencio, told World Traveler that she was very happy to receive the award.“We have eight themed residences,” Villavicencio said. “These have special salons for events, but we’ve had a 20-year trajectory. I believe that the experience [and] the service … [are] the most important things.”The luxury resort’s suites cover themes from Asia to Africa to the New World. Nightly prices vary from $330 to $1,700. Events such as weddings cost around $7,500, according to the website.The hotel’s website boasts of a pool, bar service, yoga, fitness classes, wildlife and adventure tours, spa services and transportation to the beach.The World Traveler Awards has been around since 1993, branding its awards as the “Oscars” of the travel industry. The 2013 awards lauded the country of Peru and the city of Quito, Ecuador, as some of the leading destinations for travelers in Latin America. Facebook Commentslast_img read more


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first_img 6 Comments   Share   The love story told in the Oscar-nominated film “A Star Is Born” isn’t so unlike a love story yet to be written here in the desert.OK, so maybe there’s not a lot of threads to connect Bradley Cooper’s movie with the Arizona Cardinals — not yet anyway.But with the Oscars coming this Sunday and the film expected to take home some hardware after being nominated for a handful of honors, 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s Jarrett Carlen and Luke Lapinski decided to dazzle us with a rendition of the movie’s hit song, “Shallow.” Playing Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen and coach Kliff Kingsbury, respectively, it’s likewise about a connection between two passionate humans and the discovery of talent.Related Links98.7 FM listeners tell their favorite stories of meeting the famousFrom the first lyrics (“Tell me something, Josh. Are you unhappy after every loss?”) to the emotional climax (“When the games are played, using the Air Raid, no one can stop us now”), Cardinals fans will surely feel the emotion of this parody. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and sellingcenter_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more