The Resort at Pedregal
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The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal is a majestic resort that sits at the spot where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortéz meet. Every room in this hotel has an ocean view, complete with binoculars for whale-watching, as well as a private plunge pool, a fireplace, and a rain shower. Decorative accents include tasteful local art, such as hand-embroidered pillows, ceramic sculptures, and hand-forged metal light fixtures. On the service side, every guest is assigned a round-the-clock personal concierge. The relatively small number of rooms keeps the vibe intimate, and guests can enjoy a sense of privacy throughout the property.
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Neighborhood Vibe
The Resort at Pedregal feels somewhat private and isolated, thanks to a tunnel that was built to create a dramatic sense of arrival for guests, but it's actually within easy walking, driving, and cycling distance of Cabo San Lucas. The tunnel separates Cabo San Lucas from the Pacific Ocean; when guests arrive, they find themselves exiting the tunnel and entering the hotel's courtyard. The hotel sits on a private beach, where all sorts of water sports and aquatic activities can be enjoyed. For more culturally oriented experiences, guests can head to town for art walks, gallery hopping, or self-guided exploration of the town's main plaza, shops, and other attractions. Hotel staff can assist guests with selecting and booking excursions, which include everything from diving and deep-sea fishing to horseback riding and exploring the desert by dune buggy.
Need to Know
Rooms: 66 rooms; 22 multi-bedroom residential-style villas; from $575.
Check-in: noon. Check-out:3p.m.
Dining options: There are four restaurants on-site. El Farallón specializes in fish. Guests order off the “catch of the day” menu in an alfresco setting suspended over the ocean. Crudo Bar is a pool bar–style spot that serves sushi and, as its name suggests, specializes in raw preparations such as sashimi and ceviche. The Beach Club is another casual poolside eatery with a menu of light dishes such as Baja wraps and fresh grilled seafood. Don Manuel's is the resort's signature restaurant, serving three meals a day made from local organic ingredients.
Spa and gym details: Alongside all the usual spa treatments, the 12,000-square-foot Luna y Mar Spa offers treatments inspired by the lunar cycle. There are private treatment rooms and a variety of common areas, including an ice room and sauna and steam rooms as well as a Julian Farel salon. The hotel also has a state of the art fitness facility that is open 24 hours daily and is equipped with all the latest cardio and weight machines. One-on-one training, yoga, Pilates, bootcamps, TRX, and tennis programs can be booked in advance.
Insider Tips
Who it's for: Luxury lovers who always want an ocean view.
Our favorite rooms: There are 16 different types of room at the Resort at Pedregal, but our favorite is the one-bedroom ocean view suite, which from the outside looks a bit like a conch shell laid on its side and cut in half. Guests who stay in ocean view suites enjoy a private terrace with awesome views.
Get in the kitchen: Foodies can sign up for one or three day cooking classes in Su Cocina or join a farm tour and help harvest ingredients for that evening’s dinner.
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