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Luxury Junior Suite
Beachfront Suite
Swim-up Junior Suite
Casita Suite
Private Pool Casita Suite
$1319 (1 person)
$1339 (1 person)
$1369 (1 person)
$1779 (1 person)
$2030 (2 persons)
$2309 (2 persons)
$2349 (2 persons)
$3009 (2 persons)
$3339 (3 persons)
$3529 (3 persons)

What's Included:

  • Gourmet inclusive hotel accommodation's (8/8 - 8/12/2021)

  • 24 hour room service

  • Premium brand alcoholic beverages

  • Shared round-trip transfers in the destination

  • Private welcome party

  • Private pool parties

  • Private beach party

  • Gourmet specialty dinner with "Chef" Brandon Rhyder (first 90 people booked)

  • Souvenir t-shirt

5% service fee due at time of booking.  Pre/post nights are available at an extra charge.  Request "Customize My Trip" when you would like to add airfare or add extra nights, and we will quote for you. NOTE - Texas meets Mexico dinner is only for first 90 people reserved.

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Tentative Itinerary

Sunday - Meet & Greet

Sunday - Texas Meets Mexico Dinner Show (first 90 people reserved)

Features Brandon Rhyder as your Texas Chef

Monday - Pool party

Tuesday - Pool party

Wednesday - Beach Party



For over a decade, singer-songwriter and musician Brandon Rhyder has been living the high life as one of the most celebrated music artists to come out of Texas. Widely exalted for his exquisite ability to couple gorgeous melodies with superb storytelling and deeply admired for his signature songbird vocal style, Rhyder is an artist’s artist. His resume boasts 18 years of highly praised albums, a rigorous tour schedule of 175 plus dates a year and the privilege of working with top-notch songwriters like Liz Rhodes, Keith Gattis, Lori McKenna and Radney Foster to name a few. Born and raised in Carthage, Texas, Rhyder grew up singing in church, where his voice, even then, stood out. In college he discovered the guitar and began writing songs.



Like many young talents that move to Nashville seeking stardom as a country music artist only to find themselves roped in and caught up in the songwriters  legion of Music City, Brian Callihan’s story is a familiar one, but (pun intended) he is still very much writing it.  He left his little hometown in rural southern Georgia with ambitious designs on Nashville and spent years on a tight rope in a balancing act between his need for the stage and the demands of a published songwriter. As a kid he was able to do this with greater ease because a tough childhood and the lack of contentment at home made plenty of room for the pursuit of escapism...and that’s what music was for him.  He was already well into writing songs at the age of 12, and by the time he was 16, Callihan was a local hotshot playing 2-hour sets in bars, venues and at house parties. 



He left his home in central Arkansas in 2008 at the age of 19 years old and ambitiously moved to Nashville, TN in an attempt to, like millions of folks before him, deliver his brand of country music to the great Music City, and secure a budding career as a music artist. Within his first year he signed a publishing deal/record deal with Better Angels, a company that would later represent hit songwriters like Thompson Square, Josh Thompson, Ward Davis and Matt Rogers.  His first taste of success came with the release of his single “Sweet Distraction” that hit #62 on Billboard and Top 20 on Music Row, which was the highest debut from a new act that year.  He became a quick study in the art of songwriting, a talent he previously undervalued having starry eyes only for the stage. When you are a young kid sitting in a room with the picks of the litter among the songwriter society, the sheer enormity of the opportunity is a sobering affair.  



William Michael Morgan has only just arrived in his mid twenties, but with a love of country music deeper than The Big River itself, the Mississippi native is the very definition of an old soul. His pristine Southern vocal, timeless sound and honest lyric represents a new generation of hit makers in Music City; a modern day descendant of artists like Randy Travis, Alan Jackson and George Strait.

After signing his major label deal at the tender age of 19, Morgan began by hitting the top of the radio charts, landing at No. 1 on Mediabase with the Gold certified “I Met a Girl...” He then released an acclaimed EP and earned a Billboard Top 5 with his 2016 album debut, "Vinyl". He has performed more than 50 times on the Grand Ole Opry and was featured by the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum as a highlighted artist in the 2017 American Currents exhibit.

But now that he’s a few years older and few hundred shows wiser, this old soul is looking toward a new horizon.