A One-of-a-Kind Stay at Pueblo Bonito Resorts

In Los Cabos, Stay by Suzanne Koch

If you’re looking for an all-inclusive resort that steps it up a notch, look no further than Pueblo Bonito Resorts. While the brand has many resorts throughout Mexico, the adults-only Pacifica and family-friendly Sunset Beach locations in Cabo San Lucas have an array of unique amenities.

Hook & Cook

Catch your own lunch with the Hook & Cook experience which lets guests fish for their own fresh seafood by surfcasting from the beach. The catch is then used for the resort’s signature dish, mesa de ceviches. Add in house made add-ons like smoked salsas, beet ink, infused oils and emulsions for a one-of-a-kind meal.

Private Beach Bed Experience

The picturesque curtained beds dotting the Pacifica beach are the ultimate day-time experience. Complete with a dedicated Towers at Pacifica butler who is available to deliver food, drinks, sunscreen and more, these cabanas take sun-soaking to the next level. (Pictured above)

Beachfront Clam Roast

Fill your plate with clams baked right on the beach at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica. Baked under the sandy turf using dry bushes, wood, iron and stone, these perfectly roasted clams are topped with a variety of garnishes and paired with fresh veggies, cold meats and cheeses, and local roots and cacti.

Mezcal and Tequila Tasting

Dive into Mexico’s culture with guided tequila and mezcal tastings and handcrafted cocktails with an expert mixologist. Learn the flavor profiles and background of each. Or take matters in to your own hands with a private mixology session.

Insider Tip: Be sure to try the signature Frida Margarita, created by mixologist Antonio Palacios. The drink is made with two complimentary tequilas, agave syrup, lime and lemon juice, Cointreau and Grand Marnier. Palacios has also created a lychee infusion served with sake in the two Asian restaurants at Sunset Beach, and other drinks infusing rosemary, hibiscus, ginger, and more.

Jack Nicklaus’s Mexico Masterpiece

Quivira Golf Club, which has landed on Golf Digest’s “World’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses” elite list, scales the heights at Land’s End and offers more oceanfront exposure than any course in Los Cabos. Mr. Nicklaus himself says he has designed no other course quite like the four-year-old Quivira and traveling golfers (and Golf Digest panelists) wholeheartedly agree.

Still looking for the unique and unforgettable?

To take a bit of Pueblo Bonito’s uniqueness home with you, be sure to stop by the gift shops to pick up one of the glass artworks. The pieces are made from recycled bottles at Pueblo Bonito resorts and then given to artisan glassblowers at the San Miguel Blown Glass Factory to create beautiful sculptures.

For more information, visit: pueblobonito.com

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