- Hollywood’s movers and shakers and honeymooners mingle freely near the pools and at the lounge. Though calming and sophisticated, Las Ventanas also has a sense of playfulness and fun. Guests are greeted in their rooms with a shot of tequila, served in a clay jar. Pool butlers offer complimentary iPods and stop by hourly with a fresh spritz of frosted Evian, chocolate sorbet and a chilled towel. The staff uses underground tunnels to move about, leaving guests to lounge undisturbed.
- Each Wednesday, Las Ventanas al Paraiso hosts a beachside barbecue party serving fine cuts and seafood. The adjacent Cabo Real golf course challenges players with several holes along the waterfront, including hole 15, whose green is just up a small hill from the hotel pool. Guests resting in beachside hammocks can request wake-up service by raising a flag. Hammocks are also equipped with a pulley system to alleviate the need to foot-propel the swaying action. In winter months, the staff scans the sea for signs of passing whales and signals guests by blowing an alert with a conch shell.
- Each night, a single table is set up for a private beachfront dinner, requiring diners to reserve well in advance.
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Cabo San Lucas
Los Cabos (which means The Capes) consists of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, two wonderful destinations in one. Both are connected by a modern highway for your enjoyment and exploration.
Los Cabos, where desert wilderness is enhanced by crystal clear ocean waters. Cabos is known for some of the finest marlin fishing in the world. Situated on the tip of the Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos proudly claims to have over 300 days of sunshine. Los Cabos is the point where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortes. Humpback whales are seen December through March, and pelicans, sea lions, and other marine life, year round.
Cabo San Lucas is alive with restaurants and nightlife, while its sister town, San Jose del Cabo, is set in a picturesque cobblestone town, and offers the perfect dose of rest and relaxation. San Jose del Cabo is a semi-tropical town lined with avocado and mango trees. Both resort areas have ultra-modern hotels. Between the two is a golfers paradise, with some of the world’s finest championship golf courses.