Wedding, Party, or Honeymoon at Tropical Hillside Resort Overlooking Pacific Coast
Acres of tropical gardens cover Palermo Hotel & Resort, and you'll occasionally catch sight of a monkey or iguana through flowering plants and fruit trees. The gorgeous tropical landscaping speaks to the lush beauty of Nicaragua as a whole; this is an exotic, relaxing setting for a vacation. It makes a fine setting for a wedding, too. At the resort, an experienced hospitality team is on hand to set up marriage ceremonies, honeymoons, or group getaways, whether it's just the couple alone or up to 150 people. The team will take care of nearly every aspect of the event, from the bride's bouquet to the rehearsal dinner, after parties, and guest accommodations.
Most weddings at Palermo Hotel & Resort take place outside, thanks to the year-round warm weather and gorgeous scenery. Prior to your arrival, an experienced wedding planner will coordinate with you to cover important details such as the flower settings, menu selections, and an absence of banana peels on the aisle.
There are five different package options, and each includes its own nifty extras and add-ons; check out the What You Get section for a complete rundown of each option. In one package, you can take a sunset cruise along the coast; in another, the resort will throw a party with fireworks and carnival dancers by the pool for you and all your guests. If you’ve already said your vows, the resort’s honeymoon package ushers in wedded bliss with a two-night villa stay plus spa treatments, meals, and a cruise.
Two-bedroom luxury villas draw from the local culture and landscape: there are hand-finished ceramic tiles, granite countertops, and rustic décor crafted from native hardwood. On the upstairs terrace, you can get a view of the bay and the glittering Pacific beyond. At the resort's poolside restaurant, Terraza de Palermo, chefs craft inventive dishes using fresh seafood caught daily by local fishers.
San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua: Sand, Surf, and Tropical Adventure
San Juan del Sur hugs a crescent-shaped bay on Nicaragua's southwest coast; its waters draw sailors, scuba divers, fishers, and surfers. Palermo Hotel & Resort sits on the edge of the tiny village that supports outdoor markets with fresh fruit, vegetables, and handmade crafts. The resort's activity coordinators can arrange day trips for guests to visit area attractions such as a wind farm, a zipline canopy tour, and a cloud forest on a dormant volcano.
Come nightfall, San Juan del Sur comes to life with music and dancing at beachside bars and cafés, where DJs spin remixes of the year’s hottest bird songs.