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With the widespread availability of effective vaccines, COVID-19 may soon be in the rearview mirror.
After 13 months of walking on eggshells, what a relief!
Up until now, no destination in the hemisphere has done a better job of suppressing the infection rate of coronavirus than Los Cabos.
Built in 1905, the Old Lighthouse, or “El Faro Viejo,” is the oldest standing structure in Los Cabos. Recently renovated, it sits atop a bluff alongside the Quivira Golf Club, our Jack Nicklaus Signature Course, and overlooks a breathtaking tableau of the Pacific Ocean and Land’s End.Read More
Overlooking the beautiful Plaza Machado and exuding a comfortable yet elegant atmosphere, Casa 46 is already a Mazatlán-must for foodies and casual diners alike. However, should you need further temptation, let it be our brand-new menu, replete with innovative dishes created by our award-winning culinary artist, Chef Marino.Read More
Los Cabos is the perfect desert-meets-sea getaway—a magical destination overlooking the Sea of Cortez and Pacific Ocean from the tip of the Baja peninsula. However, the surrounding areas of Cabo feature a few magical places of their own.Read More
With great pleasure, we announce that Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay Resort & Spa in Mazatlán and Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort in Los Cabos have both been voted to the roster of the 500 best hotels around the globe by the readers of Travel + Leisure, the prestigious consumer travel magazine. Hotels worldwide were rated on their facilities, location, service, food, and overall value. A handful of qualities unite them all: superlative service, outstanding surroundings, and luxurious amenities.Read More
As many are already aware, the CDC has announced that anyone traveling to the U.S. on or after January 26th will be required to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test, as well as a signed attestation letter, prior to entering the country.
Across the Baja Peninsula corridor from the Pueblo Bonito resorts is San Jose del Cabo, a charming colonial town that represents the quiet, traditional side of Los Cabos. Here you’ll find colorful buildings and quaint cobblestone streets lined by art galleries, garden bistros and boutiques carrying silver jewelry, hand-painted ceramics and other artisan-produced items.Read More
It has been several years since we first introduced the special enhanced experiences at Pacifica, and during that time, one of the all-time guest favorites has been the Hook & Cook activity.