Las Ventanas al Paraíso Reemerges Post-Odile
Another Los Cabos resort – Las Ventanas al Paraíso – has reemerged in the wake of Hurricane Odile. As was the case with many properties damaged by the hurricane, the ultra-luxury property unveiled an enhanced roster of amenities and services.
Most notably, the ultra-luxury Rosewood resort has introduced what it calls “villa hosts,” who function as personal assistants and will cater to the needs of guests accommodated in the resort’s new one-two- and three-bedroom Signature villas, featuring infinity-edged pools.
The resort, which features 83 villas and suites, has even upped the ante on its offerings for guests of the four-legged variety, with the debut of dog butlers.
Las Ventanas also unveiled a new experiential activities program. Offerings for this summer include Mexican barbacoa cooking classes; tequila tastings with a tequila master; a Baja treasure hunt; and the chance to create a pearl at the region’s sole pearl farm. New activities will be introduced twice a year.
The Los Cabos resort, which is set in San Jose del Cabo and originally debuted in 1997, features a winding network of pools, swim-up bars and patios overlooking the ocean. Its dining venues include The Restaurant, serving Baja-Mediterranean cuisine with both indoor and outdoor seating options; the Sea Grill, set by the ocean featuring cuisine cooked on wood-burning grills; and the Ceviche, Sushi & Tequila Bar.
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