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A tailor-made Andean wedding at Las Palmeras Inn is an unforgettably romantic event.

The celebration can take place on a wedding lawn, in a festival of flowers and folklorica music & dance, with a background of sometimes snowcapped Imbabura and Cotacachi mountains. The Reception Dinner is followed by a celebration dance ending with a spectacular fireworks display.

All guests can be met at Quito΄s international airport and Las Palmeras can manage all guests΄ itinerary development. Please request information for ……………

Quito hotel reservations, transportation, a honeymoon, a Galapagos Islands cruise, an Amazon rainforest or cloud forest lodge, a Pacific beach hotel, Cusco & Machu Picchu, Peru.

Wedding group, general information required
- essential: establish dates & block a minimum number of rooms.
– estimated number of Guests, including children.
A first night deposit will secure your wedding reservation.

Please provide a guest-name & rooming-list 1 month in advance,
- final total number of guests.
– final total number of guest rooms.
- type rooms: single, double, triple, garden cottage, family suite.

Please provide flight information as soon as you are able.

Wedding Rates

Transportation, 1-way: 1-2 guest, $70 and 3-5 guests $90.
Quito hotel, doubles from $75 - $200
Spanish-colonial Quito half-day tour, from $50
Night-time horse-and-carriage tours, please request.

Wedding Ceremony

Lunch / Picnic $14 / $6 per person
Dinner at Las Palmeras Inn $14 per person
Rehearsal dinner at Hacienda Cusin from $22 per person
Reception, Palmeras, lunch or dinner from $25 per person
Folklorica music and dance, etc. from $150
Disco or live band from $300 per hour
Flowers from $300
Fireworks from $350

Rooms rates - see Homepage Rates link

Taxes additional, 10% Service, 12% VAT

Please send any questions or itinerary assistance to Tel/fax: (593)-6-292-2607, (593) 6 2668 301 or sister hotel, T.(593)-6-291-8013

HACIENDA CUSIN El MONASTERIO DE CUSIN Please send any questions or itinerary assistance to:
A restored 17th. century estate
close to Otavalo, Ecuador
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