Spa Relaxation and Fine Dining at Beachfront Hideaway
Bel Air Collection Resort & Spa Los Cabos lies in the heart of San Jose del Cabo's trendy Zona Hotelera, or hotel zone, not far from the cultural attractions in the city's town square. The square is dotted with colonial homes, adobe churches, and shops where artisans craft handmade pottery. The resort lies less than a half-hour drive from Cabo San Lucas, where nightclubs serve up tequila as DJs keep people dancing well past midnight.
With this deal’s all-inclusive gourmet package, you'll be treated to a premium open bar with unlimited drinks and a daily à la carte or buffet breakfast. The included à la carte lunch and dinner can be enjoyed at any of the resort's onsite restaurants, which serve diverse international cuisine, such as Japanese food and Mexican-Italian fusion.
Or you can prepare your own meals in the deluxe studio room’s fully equipped kitchenette. Afterwards, the room's private balcony and whirlpool tub provide relaxing spots to unwind.
Tiki huts and palm trees surround the property's focal point—an infinity pool that appears to spill into the ocean. Over at the spa, skilled therapists perform relaxing deep-tissue massages and bamboo facials. Couples treatments include a candlelit midnight massage on the beach.
San José del Cabo, Mexico: Peaceful Beaches and Vibrant Art Scene
Los Cabos—which in Spanish means "the capes”—is the name used to refer collectively to the two Mexican towns at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula. Cabo San Lucas is the wilder and more widely known of the two. But its sister city, San José del Cabo, is both larger and better-preserved, with Spanish colonial architecture sandwiched between ocean dunes and the Sierra de la Laguna mountains.
Secluded nature reserves abound in San José del Cabo—Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park shelters one of North America's only hard-coral reefs right beside Bahia Los Frailes, a bay filled with a colony of barking sea lions. Egrets, brown pelicans, and hundreds of rare and exotic waterfowl make their homes at the estuary's bird sanctuary on the peninsula’s southern tip. Nearby, La Playita's beach has both a swimming area and a separate spot to watch fishers bring in the day’s catch.
About a mile from San José del Cabo's beaches, you’ll find colorful architecture and ornate churches in the historic downtown area, or zocalo, which harks back to the city's early days as a missionary town. Jacaranda trees, garden courtyards, and trickling fountains line the sidewalks. Just a short walk from the town square is the arts district, where locals hawk fresh produce and handcrafted jewelry amid the area’s folk art and religious sculptures.
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