From beds on the beach to fireside clam roasts, tequila tastings to teeing it up on one of the world’s most spectacular golf courses, Pueblo Bonito Resorts in Los Cabos, notably the Pacifica and Sunset Beach properties, offer something for everyone – along with indulgences that might only be found in Los Cabos.
Whether you want to eat, drink, laze on the beach, hook your own dinner, play golf, or do all that and more, Pueblo Bonito Resorts is an outstanding choice at the tip of the Baja Peninsula.
Here are a few on the experiences.
Hook & Cook
This culinary adventure allows resort guests to catch fresh seafood by surfcasting from the beach into the fertile waters of the Sea of Cortez, then craft their own mesa de ceviches – the resort’s signature dish. Along with the “custom” meal, the ceviche bar includes an array of seafood with house-made add-ons such as smoked salsas, beet ink, infused oils, and emulsions.
Private Beach Bed Experience
Luxuriate on a Los Cabos beach than on a private, curtained bed. Guests soak up the sun as they read, dream, and find other ways to unwind. Complete with a dedicated Towers at Pacifica butler to tend to any and all needs – delivering gourmet food, beverages, sunscreen, and more.
Beachfront Clam Roast
On a stretch of beach at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica, just steps away from the Pacific, the chef bakes clams beneath the sandy turf using dry bushes, wood, iron, and stone. After the clams are roasted to perfection, guests can choose from a variety of garnishes and enjoy fresh vegetables, cold meats, and cheeses along with local roots and cacti.
Mezcal and Tequila Tasting
Mexico is the home of tequila and mezcal, and there is no better way to explore the endless varieties than a guided tasting. Guests are led through sips of premium mezcals or tequilas and handcrafted cocktails as an expert mixologist explains the flavor profiles and background of each spirit. For a deeper dive into the local libations, private mixology sessions are available to teach guests how to make their own concoctions using premium spirits and native ingredients.
Jack Nicklaus’s Mexico Masterpiece
Quivira Golf Club scales the heights at Land’s End and offers more oceanfront exposure than any course in Los Cabos. It’s a great layout that includes monumental elevation changes and stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez.
Want more? Bottles from the Pueblo Bonito resorts are recycled at San Miguel Blown Glass Factory, where artisan glassblowers turn them into spectacular artwork that adorns the properties (and can be found in the gift shops).
At the Armonia Spas a signature product line, Armonia Spa Organic, is a 100 percent certified organic product line made with ingredients including shea butter, Bach flowers, essential oils, dead sea salts, and cocoa butter, among others. The skilled therapists at Armonia Spas apply advanced massage techniques to obtain the great benefits that nature offers for an emotional and spiritual healing.
Artistic confections from celebrity chocolatier Jose Ramon Castillo are available at La Chocolateria at The Market at Sunset Beach and are rich with Mexican cacao and other eclectic ingredients.
And don’t miss Frida Margarita, a signature version of the quintessential Mexican cocktail, created by mixologist extraordinaire Antonio Palacios. He combines two complementary tequilas with agave syrup, lime juice, lemon juice, Cointreau, and Grand Marnier. Palacios has also created a lychee infusion served with sake in the two Asian restaurants at Sunset Beach.
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