This romantic and remote centuries-old hacienda in the jungle around 20 minutes outside Campeche will provide the magnificent backdrop for the wedding celebrations on April 2nd.  The hacienda was originally used for the production of sisal/henequen fibre, but it was recently salvaged from ruin, beautifully restored and is now part of Starwood’s Luxury Collection of hotels.

The families of Daniella & Paul will be staying at the Hacienda Uayamón over the wedding weekend, however if any of the hotel’s rooms are available they will be offered up to wedding guests to reserve at the discounted room rate of US$280 plus taxes & service (breakfast is included).

From the hotel website:

Colonial Mayan architecture, high wood beam ceilings, elegant décor, and spacious public areas await you at Hacienda Uayamon. Built in 1700, Hacienda Uayamon reflects the sophistication of a luxury resort with attention to surrounding natural beauty. Walk through our candlelit private gardens amongst the whistling of frogs or discover Edzna, an intriguing Mayan site. With superior service and accommodations, this unique hotel has been awardered by the well known magazine Travel & Leisure in the Global Vision Awards 2010 in the category “artisan revival”.

Indulge in the soothing waters of our outdoor pool and sink into our cotton woven hammocks over crystal waters for a mid-afternoon nap. For a luxurious, world-class experience, renew your spirit at the spa at Uayamon amongst graceful tulle netting, pristine massage beds, and aromatherapy candles. For an evening of elegance and international cuisine, Uayamon Restaurant provides a candlelit atmosphere amongst traditional hacienda walls with fresh-baked bread and creative dishes prepared using fresh, indigenous ingredients.