Las Ventanas al Paraíso represents the epitome of luxury, with gorgeous, gigantic rooms featuring traditional crafts, handmade mosaic headboards, and classy furniture and accents. Balcony railings are awash in pink blossoms of bougainvillea. Some rooms take amenities further still, with private kitchens and wine cellars, as well as personal butler service. The property is set between the desert and the sea, and common areas, such as pools, have exceptional ocean views. Service is ultra-attentive, as one would expect at this price point, and guests rave about on-site restaurants and dining, especially in La Cava, the resort's private wine cellar. Concierges can assist with planning a host of excursions and experiences, from cooking classes to whale-watching trips.
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Las Ventanas al Paraíso sits between San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas on the southernmost point of the Baja Peninsula. The location is a geographical stunner, combining both the stark beauty of the desert landscape with the shimmering mirror of the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortéz. The area attracts outdoor adventure lovers and travelers who just want to luxuriate in sun and sand. While Los Cabos can have a touristy, party-town vibe at times, the Las Ventanas resort is calm and secluded. Travelers who want to explore off-property can find plenty of art galleries and boutiques in the two towns.
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Rooms: 83 suites; from $830. Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: noon. Dining options: Four dining options are available at Las Ventanas, each offering a unique experience. The Restaurant serves modern Mexican fare in an upscale but not formal setting, while La Cava, the wine cellar, is available for private dinners and the Sea Grill features fresh fish and seafood. A tequila, ceviche, and sushi bar rounds out the restaurants at the hotel. Spa and gym details: Las Ventanas has a spa, full-service salon, fitness center, and an infinity pool with a view of the Sea of Cortéz. The spa has indoor and outdoor spaces where treatments reflect the four elements: earth, air, fire, and water. The gym is large; at 2,900 feet there's plenty of room to spread out. Yoga, Pilates, and personal fitness instructors can be booked.
Who it's for: Travelers with discerning tastes and deep pockets. Our favorite rooms: Oceanfront Rooftop Terrace Junior Suites are bigger than most apartments, with 1,400 square feet that are cleaned twice daily. If it's all too much to manage, don't worry—a personal butler can assist with any needs. In-room tequila welcome and access to two infinity pools are some of the other upscale amenities. The Director of Romance: Guests who are visiting to celebrate a romantic milestone such as a honeymoon or anniversary can request the services of the hotel's Director of Romance, who can help plan extra-special celebrations.