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Created for total tranquility, AZUL Blue is the world?s first stress free hotel. Why stress free? Because we realized that with today?s hectic lives, people around the world have a growing need for inner piece. So we created a vacation sanctuary designed especially for rest, relaxation and tranquility. Everything at AZUL Blue was developed with this thought in mind.

 

The property overlooks the Mexican Caribbean, affording calming views of the ocean. With just 96 luxurious suites, the size and layout of the property are not overwhelming. Everything is reachable within a few steps. The oversized suites have been crafted from fine materials and have top of the line equipment, such as iPods, and plasma televisions. The bedding is first class, of course, and the bed linens are premium Italian cotton. As a special touch and to ensure perfect repose, guests may even select the firmness of their pillows from a pillow menu.

 

Each villa has a dedicated butler service, which is there to ensure every aspect of your stay is taken car of. Let them assist you by having them unpack your luggage while you concentrate on yourself and the beginning of your journey to complete relaxation. They will also offer to draw a bath for you and help you select a soothing aroma for your stay. Any request or need you may have, your butler is here to ensure it is fulfilled.

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Free Honeymoon and Wedding Anniversary Package:

  • Private romantic candle light dinner on the beach for the couple
  • Chilled bottle of domestic champagne delivered to your room on arrival
  • Couples 20 minutes massage on the beach
  • Guaranteed king-size bed
  • Special in room towel arrangement daily
*Restrictions Apply:
  • The Free Honeymoon and Wedding Anniversary Package is valid when booking a Luxury Suite or higher category.
  • Marriage Certificate Required:

    The Honeymoon and Wedding Anniversary Package can be reserved for use 30 days before and after wedding date for anniversaries and up to 30 days after wedding date for honeymoons.

  • Also available in other room categories at a cost of $175 + tax per couple, per stay.
  • Packages are valid from November 01, 2006 – October 31, 2007. Package inclusions may vary without previous notice
Silver Wedding Package, 1700.00
  • Filling of all documents
  • Justice of the Peace or non-denominational Minster.
  • Professional services of an onsite wedding coordinator
  • Decoration of wedding location including red carpet, chairs for 12 people and table with white lines
  • Heart shaped petite wedding cake for two
  • Chilled bottle of domestic champagne
  • Fresh floral bridal bouquet
  • Groom's boutonniere
  • Dinner reservations for entire wedding party in the GLOBE Restaurant (maximum 25 persons)
  • Breakfast in bed on first honeymoon day
  • Plus amenities of the Free Honeymoon and Wedding Anniversary package.
Gold Wedding Package, 2370.00
  • Filling of all documents
  • Justice of the Peace or non-denominational Minster.
  • Professional services of an onsite wedding coordinator
  • Decoration of wedding location including red carpet, chairs for 12 people and table with white lines
  • Blood Test
  • Heart shaped petite wedding cake for two
  • Professional wedding photographer and 36 color picture package plus negatives
  • Hand made Wedding Album
  • Chilled bottle of domestic champagne
  • Fresh floral bridal bouquet
  • Groom's boutonniere
  • Dinner reservations for entire wedding party in the GLOBE Restaurant (maximum 25 persons)
  • Breakfast in bed on first honeymoon day </SPAN>
  • Plus amenities of the Free Honeymoon and Wedding Anniversary package.

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New! Azul Blue Hotel + Spa

2007 Wedding Promotion

For all new wedding books as of March 30, 2007, for a wedding taking place prior to 12/31/07, Azul Blue Hotel + Spa is offering 20% OFF stays on 3 nights and less OR the 4th night FREE on stays 4 nights and more.

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