Los Cabos, situated on the tip of the Baja Peninsula of Mexico, is a perfect destination for sun, sand and tequila! The short 2-hour flight from Los Angeles pairs this Mexican retreat very nicely as a twin centre combination with the West Coast of America - whether that be tasting the renowned Cabernet of Napa or indulging in retail therapy in the heart of Beverly Hills. A trip to where the Mexican sun shines 350 days a year, makes Los Cabos a world premier destination for 5-star beach accommodation and unparalleled service.
This province is home to two spectacular resorts that I was lucky enough to spend time in, One&Only Palmilla and Las Ventanas al Paraiso, A Rosewood Resort. Their location between the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean is perfect for discovering the rich marine environment, with each property facilitating expertly guided scuba diving, snorkelling and water sports. You can also experience the sea above water onboard a private luxury yacht, available for charter at both properties. These custom charters are exclusive to guests where you can enjoy dramatic and magical views of the incredible coastline while relishing in well-deserved family time during whale watching season or hosting close friends for champagne and canapes while the sun sets. On land, relax around the resort pools in a private Cabana or soak up the sun in a floating bed suspended over the sand in a private beach cove. Butlers are available to cater to your every need, and for that obligatory mid-afternoon margarita - as they say, When in Rome!
A trip to Mexico is not complete without a Tequila Tasting, so let the Tequila Masters guide you through their collection or meet with the chef and learn the ancient culinary technique of ‘Barbacoa’, gathering with fellow resort guests for a lively family-style meal. The exciting activities and beautiful accommodations are not the only attractions to Los Cabos, both O&O Palmilla and Las Ventanas are home to the finest dining in Mexico. SEARED by One&Only showcases the finest cuts of steak, freshest seafood and an elaborate wine list, while Las Ventanas’ El Restaurante is inspired by the country’s culinary traditions and invites you on a gastronomic experience through the many regions of Mexico. Dining with the Sea of Cortez as your backdrop is a dazzling memory not to be forgotten.