Mexico has a great variety of traditions and festivities and is always full of history and culture and without a doubt, the Day of the Dead is one of them.
Without a doubt, this is one of the most important celebrations in our country and all our guests enjoyed a unique experience, which we are sure they will never forget. Our guests could see in every corner the beautiful decorations of this festivity, such as a big “ofrenda” (day of the dead althar), beautiful catrinas and the iconic cempasuchil (marigold flower).
At night fall the celebration began, guests arrived dressed in colorful costumes and their faces painted as the traditional catrina or catrin. They enjoyed refreshing cocktails and delicious appetizers.
One of the best moments of the night was when a “escaramuza” elegantly dressed up as a Catrina was riding a beautiful horse, guiding the mariachi band while playing around.
Guests enjoyed a delicious 3-course menu served family style, live food stations, and an amazing dessert station with a special twist! More than 400 hanging candies, popsicles and churros!.
Night was enlivened with live music. a stilt performance, ending with a spectacular fireworks show!