Omni at Montelucia describes itself as the “soul of southern Spain in the heart of paradise valley.” Between the expansive courtyards and Spanish architecture, you really feel like you’ve stepped outside of Phoenix. My favorite part about the venue were the plaques throughout the property describing different Spanish architectural features on the buildings.
This wedding took place in the Castillo Lucena which provides a fairytale setting with stunning architectural details, cathedral ceilings accented with exposed wood beams, and hand-laid wood floors. The huge 16th-century palace double doors are even imported from Southern Spain. The Castillo Lucena holds 120 guests and can even transform into your reception venue.
Each wedding day is even punctuated by the historical chime of a bell from the El Camino Real, also known as, “The King’s Highway”. Originally, there were 450 bells along this historic route. Today, the Montelucia retains one of the final 80. It hangs in a special gathering place and chimes to introduce the newest bride.
Option to host bachelorette or bachelor parties.
The spa offers services for hair and makeup for your wedding day.
Traditional packages start at $6000