InMexico’s Best Places to Live: El Dorado Golf & Beach Club

In Live, Los Cabos by Suzanne Koch

Situated in between One&Only Palmilla and Las Ventanas al Paraiso, a Rosewood Resort, El Dorado Golf & Beach Club spans 520 acres and features more than one mile of coastline with custom homesites, ocean-view bungalow-style casitas and villas. Casitas are offered in two-, four- and six-bedroom floor plans with the highest quality of custom finishes and architectural details. World-class architects were handpicked to craft the community’s villas which include three-, four- and five-bedroom options. Those looking to build their dream home can shop exclusive custom homesites ranging in size up to one acre with ocean, golf and desert mountain views. 

The Hilltop is the community’s newest neighborhood, home to four-, five- and seven-bedroom units ranging in size up to 8,500 square feet. Units are distributed across five buildings located near the 15th and 18th holes of the golf course. Residents here can enjoy floor-to-ceiling windows in every unit plus indoor-outdoor living spaces, a private pool or spa and southwest-facing views. 

The community’s private, award-winning 18-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course showcases the best of the coast and desert landscape with Discovery Land’s iconic luxury comfort stations sprinkled throughout. A member’s-only beach club features a spa and fitness center, multiple dining outlets, a movie theater and kids’ club. There’s even a market located within the gates and stocked with groceries, gifts and more to make living even easier.

For outdoor fun, residents can dive into resort-style pools or spend a day at the family-friendly Park which features two tennis courts, pickleball courts, a full-length basketball court, playground, event lawn and a comfort station. Discovery Land Company’s signature Outdoor Pursuits team helps members plan adventurous activities like kayaking, sailing and more, both in and outside of El Dorado.

For the full list of InMexico’s Best Places to Live 2019, click here.

This article originally appeared in the 2019 Fall/Winter issue of InMexico Magazine.

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