Crystal blue waters, spectacular pools and a wall of flowers frame the picture of this AAA 5-Diamond Resort I am fortunate to explore for 3 nights.
More Architectural Digest than typical resort, this venue sets standards without making it stuffy or unapproachable.
The resort offers 5 room categories, each distinct but unified by amazing views, sleek architecture, and the relaxing sounds of the Sea of Cortez.
Don’t be fooled by the names, this resort covers basic rooms called Ambassador Suites to penthouse called Imperial Suite.
The Ambassador suite I am in for 3 nights measures 800sqf with a vast balcony, a king or 2 queen beds and a lavish bath with tub and rain shower.
Free of charge, for families with infants a crib package is offered. (See below)
Step it up a notch for about a 20% price increase and you get a Grand Suite with your own lounge pool and a bed facing the ocean. This is the category I would book for myself. (See pictures below)
If you are traveling with a larger group or with more than 2 kids, then get one of 10 Governor Suites with two bedrooms sleeping up to 6. These suites are complete with their own pools overlooking the beach at the end of the building.
All in all, there is not a bad room in the house and everyone will enjoy a relaxing stay – no matter when you choose to visit Cabo.