AAA Five Diamond Grand Velas Riviera Maya, luxury all inclusive resort on Mexico’s Caribbean Coast offers something that you never experienced before. It is an incomparable escapade, perfect for fathers and sons, families and couples, unforgettable ride of ultimate cars. Pure adrenaline and the tropical climate make the perfect combination for enjoying a ride in the car of your dreams.
If you are passionate about racing, this is a new and exciting opportunity to drive luxury cars and hot rods on specialized courses, while experiencing our warmth of hospitality and first-class personal service. The cars that you can choose from amazing offer are the Lamborghini Gallardo, Audi R8, Ferrari F430, Ferrari 612, Ferrari 360, Camaro SS, Corvette Grand Sport, Lotus Elise and Mercedes Benz SLS.
If you decide to stay in this resort at your disposal are the Zen Grand Suite for $345 per person per night, Ambassador Suite, $515 per person per night and the Grand Class, $591 per person per night. The rates include luxury accommodations, fine dining and premium international beverages, 24-hour suite service, personalized concierge, Kids Club, activities program, and gratuities.
The Stay and Drive package requires a reservation of a minimum of four suites for three nights and lasts until December 19, so you better hurry up.
What do you get when you crash a Bentley into a Mercedes, a Porsche, a Ferrari and an Aston Martin? The $1 Million Car Crash!
The accident occurred when the hapless blonde negotiated the traffic around the Place du Casino, Monte Carlo in her Bentley Azure.
A parade of some of the world’s most expensive cars turned into a demolition derby after a driver scraped her $370, 000 Bentley against a $111,000 Mercedes S class. And that was just the start.
The blonde’s 2.7 tonne car then went on to plough into a $207,000 black Ferrari F430 before crashing head-on into a Porsche 911 worth $118,000 and a $207,000 Aston Martin. The driver and her two passengers then suffered the embarrassment of being surrounded by tourists as they were unable to open the doors of the convertible. As expected, this expensive bingle caused quite a scene and makes for one memorable insurance claim.
Despite the fact her Bentley bingle involved more than $1 million worth of luxury machinery, the cost of repairs is expected to reach just $60,000. The Ferrari, Porsche and Aston Martin requiring new front wings and bumpers, while the Bentley will need the same repairs, plus a new door.