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Los Cabos Resort Launches Its First Spices Festival

Los Cabos Resort Launches Its First Spices Festival


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Luxury resort and spa The Westin in Los Cabos, Mexico, has kicked-off its inaugural Spices Festival at its Four-Star Diamond Award-winning Arrecifes restaurant. The month-long celebration will feature a special three-course prix fixe menu that showcases all the intense flavors, colors, and cultures of Mexico with an array of exciting new appetizers, entrees, and desserts.

Some creations on offer include parrot fish with pimento butter, lemongrass and ginger, and roasted fennel with vanilla essence, and a key lime and cardamom sorbet with Coyuca salt.

Aside from the spicy cuisine the festival will also offer a spicy performance from renowned jazz vocalist Monique Mendonca who’ll aim to wow crowds with her signature soul, rhythm and blues, and bossa nova style.

“Mexican cuisine has always been a fusion of diverse culinary traditions from around the world,” explains the venue’s executive chef Manuel Peruyero in a statement. “The Spices Festival celebrates this heritage, and provides guests the opportunity to experience the variety and intensity of Mexico’s hallmark spices.”

The Westin also holds a Mango Festival in June and their annual Flavors of Chiles Festival in November. The Spices Festival runs throughout March and tickets start from $53 per dining guest.


Why aren’t you at this Cabo retreat already?

You can deny it all you want, but deep down we New Yorkers aren’t city people. We’re not even suburban or exurban people.

We’re straight up sand people.

Yeah, that’s right, we’re Tusken Raiders … Graboids … Ghost Nation (sorry, I just had a small nerd stroke).

That stuff — sand — is simply beige crack to us.

Grab a seat by the water come sunset. Handout

Just look at where we wind up when we actually have a say in the matter: The Hamptons. Florida. The Caribbean. Last, and often least, Mexico.

Or should I say Mexico’s eastern flank (your Playas, your Cancuns, your Tulums, what have you).

But, like with Pac-12 football rankings, Mexico’s west coast falls victim to east coast bias. New Yorkers just assume all of Mexico is uniform, so we just opt for the closest, least-pain-in-the-ass-to-get-to slice of it.

Nuh-uh, not going to fly this time, buddy boy.

Because out west, sitting on the chalked-up southernmost tip of the upside-down cue stick that is the Baja California Peninsula, lies a whole different animal.

This is where Los Cabos lurks.

Valets are just a few of the 492 “collaborators” on staff. Handout

The desertic, two-towned paradise, made up of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, is sparsely populated and a little rough around the edges. (In the vacuum left by little to no government assistance, area hotels have stepped in to house and feed impoverished mothers and their children, training them in hospitality to become future employees. Win, win[?]).

Sure, you’ll still find a certain honorific-flaunting amphibian outpost the spring breakers enjoy — but this no Quintana Roo, not by a long shot. Attached to the rest of the world via a single highway that vertically spans Baja, it’s a beach-meets-barren landscape in a galaxy far, far away specializing in whale-watching, fishing, Mexico’s biggest gastronomy festival, surfing, organic farms, golf — so, unsurprisingly, it has some of the best and most luxurious resorts in the country.

To wit, the 246-suite Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort & Spa (from $550), which we’re about to meet. And to reach it, your flying time out here is exactly the same as it is to LA (six hours out, five back).

Want some more fun with figures? Read on!

The number of “collaborators” the resort employs, including a Chilean chef. Don’t fear the sinister tone — the place just doesn’t dig the word “employees.”

The number of bona fide A-list celebrities that have visited, the names of which you’ll never know, unless you’re one of ’em.

The number of taco recipes the property’s restaurants work with. The staff is quite proud of it in a Bubba from “Forrest Gump” kind of way: beer-battered shrimp tacos, fried octopus tacos, bean tacos, grilled flank steak tacos, crackling pork tacos …

Labels of tequila on offer. Liver, collect them all.

Knots tied at the hotel since it opened in February of 2011 — said tequila brings about all sorts of acts of madness, marriage no exception.

When the famed, nearby party paradise El Squid Roe closes up in the morning … or does it?

The square footage sported by Grand Solmar’s four-bedroom penthouses — whose walk-in closets don’t play.

The number of pillows to lie your fat, fed tourist head on at Grand Solmar.

When, late in the year, Grand Solmar’s baby sister resort, Grand Solmar Rancho San Lucas, is opening its first hotel/real estate combo package on a 1.2-acre private beach, 20 minutes from downtown CSL. (Yikes, that was a lot of numbers.)


Evolove Cabo 2021

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Featuring over 62 DJ's and special guests performances!

The EvoLove outdoor festival offers an atmosphere that will allow attendees to enjoy a safe open-air experience with an opportunity to relax to beautiful views with amazing music. It’s an event not to be missed!

  • 4 stages with full DJ line up and set times. - all food and drinks included
  • Fire and performance dancers
  • Sunday morning instructed yoga class
  • Private transportation available
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EvoLovE is a friends & family reunion
A place where the main focus is for us to join together
Open your mind and hearts as we strive to make the world a better place
We all have different tastes and the way we relate but we will always spread love and strive to vibrate. Throw a smile on ya face and lets enjoy the place this is more than music!
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*Our event is in compliance with all CDC and local authorities COVID-19 guidelines and recommendations. Covid 19 antigen test are offered at the hotel for $30 before boarding your flight


Grand Fiesta Americana Los Cabos All Inclusive Golf and Spa

Majestic and inspiring, Grand Fiesta Americana Los Cabos All Inclusive Golf and Spa will meet every expectation. You will find our sophisticated resort in beautiful Los Cabos on Mexico&rsquos Baja California peninsula within easy reach of famed attractions including Cabo Pulmo National Park and the Arch of Cabo San Lucas. Spacious and family-friendly rooms are carefully designed to provide the comforts of home. Many offer balconies or terraces with splendid views. Feeling hungry? we have a wide variety of excellent dining options for you to choose from: traditional Mexican cuisine, Italian classics, Asian specialties and more. Perfect your golf swing, unwind with a spa treatment, take a cooking class or explore the awe-inspiring natural beauty that surrounds us. The possibilities are endless.

Services & Amenities View all

As a guest at Grand Fiesta Americana Los Cabos All Inclusive Golf and Spa, you'll have access to a wide variety of thoughtful amenities and services, designed to make your visit as relaxing as possible.

Staying in a Grand Club room or Suite is ideal for those seeking exclusivity and VIP Services. Our Grand Club Concierge is at your service for a personalized experience and assistance in dining arrangements.

Let yourself be pampered by professional therapists at our unique Somma Wine Spa featuring an exclusive wine therapy experience

Overlooking the marvelous deep blue waters of the Sea of Cortés enjoy the fifth fairway of The Ocean Golf Course designed by Jack Nicklaus.

Book through our brand websites at least 4 nights and get free transportation. Review valid terms and conditions when booking this promotion.


Moon Palace Cancun

Located in the northernmost part of the Riviera Maya the Moon Palace welcomes guests looking for a calm beachside complex not too far from the city of Cancun. Honoring the ancient Mayan heritage of this area, their main Mexican food restaurant is called Riviera Maya. It is specialized in traditional Mayan cuisine, and you can have a bite there for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Their dishes are based in simple yet delicious ingredients used by the Maya civilization such as chocolate, avocado, corn tortillas and tamales. Both their food and their decoration will immerse you into this legendary local culture.


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In Los Cabos, Mexico, luxury hotels lure grownups with cushy amenities and peaceful surroundings

The courtyard and Nido restaurant at Viceroy Los Cabos hotel at dusk. Water surrounds the 192-room hotel, wrapping around its white buildings, which are connected by elevated walkways.

(Christian Horan / Viceroy Los Cabos)

An evening view of Nido restaurant at Viceroy Los Cabos.

(Christian Horan / Christian Horan / Viceroy Los Ca)

The main pool at Viceroy Los Cabos.

(Christian Horan / Christian Horan / Viceroy Los Ca)

Generation V Kids Club at Viceroy Los Cabos.

(Viceroy Los Cabos / Viceroy Los Cabos)

At the 128-room Solaz Los Cabos beachfront each room is designed with local Huanacaxtle wood, bamboo-textured marble and custom furnishings.

The 128-room Solaz Los Cabos beachfront hotel is midway between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo.

A two-queen bed Gallery Superior guest room at the Solaz Los Cabos resort.

The entrance to Nobu Hotel Los Cabos. The 200-room beachfront hotel and golf course combines Japanese minimalism with Mexican wood, stone and marble.

A guest room with a tepee bed at Zadun, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve that is scheduled to open this fall.

Pool at Nobu Hotel Los Cabos.

Reserve King room at Zadun, scheduled to open this fall.

At Zadun, a pool has an unbeatable view of the ocean.

An aerial view of the pool at Montage Los Cabos.

(Montage Los Cabos / Montage Los Cabos)

Cabana and umbrellas on the beach at Montage Los Cabos.

(Rosemary McClure / Rosemary McClure)

Serenity pool at Spa Montage at Montage Los Cabos.

(Barbara Kraft / Barbara Kraft / Montage Los Cabo)

Blanc Fire at Le Blanc Spa Resort.

(Le Blanc Spa Resorts / Le Blanc Spa Resorts)

Spa Montage treatment room at Montage Los Cabos.

(Barbara Kraft / Montage Los Cabos)

World-class sport fishing put the southern tip of Baja California on the map for U.S. tourists nearly 50 years ago. Now five-star resorts are keeping it there.

Los Cabos, an umbrella term for the cities and tourist developments in the region, has evolved from fishermen’s paradise to vacation focal point for celebs and the ultra-rich. Hundreds of luxury hotel rooms have opened, with hundreds more to open soon.

The region’s appeal? It’s a two-hour plane ride from Los Angeles, and you can speak English, stay in American-style resorts and pay for souvenirs in U.S. dollars.

The last time I visited the area, more than a decade ago, there was a lot of cactus and dirt and not much else between Cabo San Lucas, on the Pacific Ocean, and San José del Cabo, about 20 miles away on the Gulf of California. Now 10 miles of that coastline has filled with hotels and services.

I spent five days in February in Los Cabos getting acquainted with the beachfront hotels that opened over the last year and those due to open soon. Some are architecturally beautiful (Viceroy Los Cabos), some have impeccable service (Montage Los Cabos), and some offer tranquillity and an artistic experience (Solaz Los Cabos).

Here’s a closer look at eight Baja newcomers:

Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos, to open this summer, is part of the new Costa Palmas community on the East Cape of the Gulf of California, an isolated region known for its scenery. The 1,000-acre development, about 35 minutes north of San José del Cabo, includes multimillion-dollar homes and an Aman resort, which is still under construction. There will also be a marina capable of holding private yachts up to 200 feet. From $645 per night.

Info: Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos, Calle Hacienda Eureka, La Ribera, Los Cabos, Mexico.

Garza Blanca Resort & Spa: This spacious, all-inclusive resort midway between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo has had a soft opening, with a grand opening scheduled for May. Guests can grab special rates in the meantime as the hotel adds the finishing touches. From $290 a night for two, including meals and activities.

Info: Garza Blanca Resort & Spa, Kilómetro 17.5 Transpeninsular Highway, Los Cabos, Mexico (877) 208 0689

Le Blanc Spa Resort: Looking for a good time? Try this all-inclusive Palace resort, which specializes in fun, with lots of pool games and a giant spa. Think of it as a cruise ship on land. It opened in September and is midway between Cabo and San José del Cabo. Spring rates from $800 per night for two, including meals and activities.

Info: Le Blanc Spa Resort, Kilómetro 18.4 Transpeninsular Highway, Los Cabos, Mexico (888) 702-0913

Montage Los Cabos: One of Orange County’s favorite luxury resort brands last year launched its first international hotel here on a beautiful bay that once was home to the Hotel Twin Dolphin. It’s one of the area’s few resorts with a swimmable beach. The style is more Scottsdale, Ariz., than Baja, Mexico, but if you like cushy digs, exclusivity and tranquil surroundings, this place is for you. From $825 per night.

Info: Montage Los Cabos, Kilómetro 12.5 Transpeninsular Highway, Los Cabos, Mexico (800) 772-2226

Nobu Hotel Los Cabos: If you like Nobu’s fusion restaurants, you may want to try this 200-room beachfront hotel and golf course. It’s the first Mexican property from the high-powered team of Robert De Niro and chef Nobu Matsuhisa. It combines contemporary Japanese minimalism with Mexican wood, stone and marble. The resort hopes to open Monday with special rates of $490.75 per night, including breakfast.

Info: Nobu Hotel Los Cabos, Poligono 1 Fraccion D, Fraccionamiento Diamante, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (011) 52-624-689-0160

Riu Palace Baja California: The Riu chain runs more than 100 hotels in 19 countries, but it isn’t well known in the U.S. This newcomer opened in December and joins two other Riu hotels along the coast of Los Cabos. It’s all-inclusive, adults only and is higher end than its brethren but lower end than other hotels here that have opened recently. All-inclusive rates from $147 per night, per person, including meals and activities. Take care when booking the two older Rius with similar names are next door.

Info: Riu Palace Baja California, Camino Viejo a San Jose, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (888) 748 4990

Solaz Los Cabos: Some U.S. residents go to Mexico to stay in American-style hotels. Others go to learn about Mexico. Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, is chock-full of Mexican art, style and striking desert landscaping. The 128-room beachfront hotel is midway between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo and is the Luxury Collection‘s first hotel on the Baja Peninsula. Each room is designed with local Huanacaxtle wood and bamboo-textured marble, custom furnishings and an original wall sculpture by Cesar López Negrete. From $402 a night.

Info: Solaz Los Cabos, Kilómetro 18.5 Transpeninsular Highway, Los Cabos, México (833) 887-6529

Viceroy Los Cabos: This stunning hotel opened in May and has been wowing visitors ever since. Architect Miguel Angel Aragonés wanted to “bring the ocean inside” and used tranquil pools to create mirrors. Water surrounds the 192-room hotel, wrapping around its white buildings that are connected by elevated walkways. It’s a blissful experience for people who like to shoot pictures or videos. If you visit, don’t miss the Nest, its lounge/restaurant.

Info: Viceroy Los Cabos, Paseo Malecón San José, Lote 8, Zona Hotelera,San José del Cabo, México (844) 222-6987

More resorts on the way

Unlike some Mexican resorts where the tourism engine has sputtered, growth is strong in Los Cabos, with 4,000 new hotel rooms scheduled to open in the next five years. Most will be top-end rooms and suites.

Aiding the region’s popularity is its proximity to Los Angeles — it’s only a 2½-hour flight — and its ability to draw glitterati, including George Clooney, Jennifer Aniston, Tiger Woods and Michael Phelps.

Everywhere I went, people asked how long it had been since I visited. When I said 10 years, most laughed. “Oh, it has changed,” they all said.

Some went on to tell me there has been too much growth, which is taxing limited resources, but Rodrigo Esponda, managing director of Los Cabos Tourism Board, said development has been carefully planned.

“There are restrictions on the heights of buildings, on density, on billboards and outside advertising, and on the number of hotels that can open in the next 20 years.

“We’re going to continue to grow, but in the right ways as a well-cared-for destination,” Esponda said.

What about crime? I asked. It’s an issue that worries many tourists.

Common sense is key, he said, “just like it is in Los Angeles or Chicago or any other urban area. You wouldn’t walk down the street in the middle of the night drunk.”

I found security tight at every hotel I visited. No one is admitted to the grounds without being on a master list. At one resort, a guard wouldn’t admit me even though I should have been on the list and was obviously a tourist.

When I couldn’t reach my contact at a hotel by phone, I had to call Esponda and wait for him to call the hotel’s director before I could tour the resort. And I could do so only in the company of an employee. No wandering around.

It was one of the few ways Baja’s beachfront hotels differ from those in Southern California. Otherwise, visiting Cabo is like going on a resort getaway at home. Seventy-five percent of rooms here are rented to U.S. citizens, with 40% of them hailing from California.

But staying here isn’t cheap. The average daily room costs $300 per person, Esponda said, with a 70% occupancy rate. Cancún, at the tip of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, pencils out to an $80-per-day rate with 95% occupancy, he said.

“We like it that way. We like lower density.”

Most hotels have all-inclusive rates, meaning meals are included, but some do not. Rates at Montage Los Cabos start at $825 per night for a double room and do not include meals. Another new hotel, Le Blanc Spa Resort, charges $800 per night per couple and includes meals and activities.

Among the newbies, however, are hotels with lower rates, Riu Palace Baja charges $147 per night, per person, including meals and activities. And Garza Blanca Resort & Spa, a beautiful new hotel midway between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, has an opening all-inclusive rate of $290 per night for two, a super deal.

THE BEST WAY TO LOS CABOS, MEXICO

From LAX, American, Alaska, Delta, Interjet, Southwest and United offer nonstop service to San José del Cabo, and American, Alaska, Aeromexico, Delta, Interjet, Southwest and United offer connecting service (change of planes). Restricted round-trip airfare from $224, including taxes and fees.

To call the numbers below from the U.S., dial 011 (the international dialing code), 52 (country code for Mexico) and the local number.

Flora Farms, Carretera Transpeninsular, San José del Cabo, Km. 30 Las Ánimas Bajas, Baja, Mexico (624) 142-1000. Los Cabos also is seeing changes and growth in its restaurants. Many are following the lead of Flora Farms, originator of the local farm-to-table movement. The down-home restaurant features picnic tables surrounded by kitchen gardens and other crops it began serving organic foods in 1996 and packs in tourists and locals nightly, despite being off a rugged dirt road near San José del Cabo. Dinner entrees from $22

Jazamango, Calle Naranjos las Huertas, Todos Santos, Mexico (612) 688 1501. Jazamango is the new hot spot in Todos Santos, a sleepy surfing town northwest of Los Cabos. Chef Javier Plascencia serves dishes that are a mix of local products and organic ingredients from the surrounding orchard. Entrees from $10.

Esperanza, Kilómetro 7 Carretera Tranpeninsular, Manzana 10, Punta Ballena, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (866) 311-2226. Esperanza, considered one of Baja’s cushiest resorts, transformed its well-known clifftop restaurant Cocina del Mar late last year, changing the design and adding a new menu that features Baja seafood and flavors. Entrees from $30.


Los Cabos Attractions

The Los Cabos area boasts some of the top sightseeing, tourist attractions and points of interest along the Baja California peninsula. Stunning El Arco in Cabo San Lucas is one of the region&rsquos most iconic natural landmarks, and it&rsquos the center from which many fun activities like whale watching kick off. Visitors on vacation can check any guide map for some of the best tours, historical destinations and other places to visit during their stay in paradise. There are also plenty of free things to do, including snorkeling in Cabo Pulmo Marine Park, exploring the art galleries throughout San José del Cabo and swimming in any of the area&rsquos 19 blue flag designated beaches. All you have to decide is where to go in Los Cabos, and you are guaranteed to be near a must-see attraction.

The Arch Of Cabo San Lucas

The distinctive landmark of Cabo San Lucas is the rugged taffy-colored El Arco.

Surroundings

Villages like Migriño, Candelaria, Todos Santos and Pescadero on the.

Todos Santos

Todos Santos is a village located on the Pacific side, an hour away from Cabo.

Cabo Pulmo

One of the jewels of the East Cape is Cabo Pulmo, approximately two hours away.

San José del Cabo

An ancient culture of agile runners and tireless walkers called the Pericues had.


Places To Visit in Los Cabos

Los Cabos, located at the tip of the 1,000-mile-long Baja California Peninsula, is one of the world's most diverse tourist destinations. Boasting a dramatic desert backdrop nestled by coastlines of the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez, Los Cabos is home to award-winning resorts and culinary offerings considered some of the finest available anywhere.

A growing list of championship golf courses, rejuvenating spas, world-renowned sport fishing tournaments, and state-of-the-art convention facilities add to the destination's unmatched appeal.

Los Cabos is comprised primarily of two towns, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas which are linked by a 20-mile corridor lined with world-class resort properties and championship golf courses.

Cabo San Lucas, noted for its vitality and nightlife, offers a variety of attractions including the Marina (featuring 380 slips accommodating vessels up to 200 feet), which is regarded as offering the highest quality services and amenities luxury yachters have come to expect.

The attractions in San Jose del Cabo are just as interesting as the more upbeat Cabo San Lucas. The old Jesuit Mission, known as Parroquia San José, dates back to the 1730s, and the Estero, an estuary with an endless variety of colorful birds and wildlife, are just two of the town&rsquos many attractions.


Recipes From Vidanta Los Cabos Resort’s Casa Calavera

From Tijuana in the north (where fine dining chefs like Javier Plascencia have the world’s attention) to the Valle de Guadalupe (the region’s wine country) and Los Cabos (resort central) of the southern tip of the peninsula, Baja California is a food and beverage lover’s paradise.

Baja California’s biggest tourist draw, though, just might continue to be Los Cabos, as the resort towns of Cabo José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas are collectively known. It’s here that we find Casa Calavera restaurant at Vidanta Los Cabos in San José del Cabo.

Taking its name from the elaborately decorated skulls and skeletons representing Dia de los Muertos, the restaurant goes all in with the Mexican Day of the Dead theme. Casa Calavera is vibrantly appointed with calavera murals and Mexican textiles (see slideshow below) while not neglecting its desert-meets-ocean surroundings. The restaurant, under executive chef Alex Branch, is an open-air “feet in the sand” kind of eatery with seafood dishes aplenty, including the black shrimp aguachile recipe below. Wash it down with Casa Calavera’s Garden Margarita cocktail.

If you’re fortunate enough to be vacationing in Los Cabos next during Dia de los Muertos, Casa Calavera is hosting a family-style dinner with bottomless margaritas and unlimited domestic beers for $950 MX (that’s less than $50 USD), Thursday, November 1, and Friday, November 2, beginning at 8 p.m.

Garden Margarita

1 radish, diced and muddled
2 dashes cucumber bitters
¾ ounce lime juice
¾ ounce agave nectar
½ ounce carrot juice
2 ounces Avion Reposado Tequila (or favorite reposado tequila)
¾ ounce celery juice

Muddle radish. Add remaining ingredients and shake with ice. Double strain over fresh ice in a swirl tumbler. Garnish with optional radish ribbon, celery ribbon, basil salt, and orange salt.

Black Shrimp Aguachile

Courtesy Alex Branch, Casa Calavera executive chef

For the Aguachile

1 habanero pepper, charred with seeds and stems removed
4 teaspoons lemon juice
Salt, to taste
2 teaspoons soy sauce
1 tablespoon sesame seed oil

For the Shrimp

4 precooked U12 Mexican shrimps
1/8 cup of cucumber diced
1/8 cup of white onion, diced
1 pinch of powdered oregano
1 fresh lime, juiced
3 sprigs of freshly cut cilantro
1 avocado wedge
1 lime wedge

For the black aguachile: Roast habaneros in the oven at 375 degrees until charred almost completely. Remove and blend with lemon juice, salt, and soy sauce until smooth.

After blended, add sesame oil slowly and strain through a fine sieve.

For the dish: Clean the shrimp by removing the intestinal track and poach for about 4 – 5 minutes in boiling water. Cut into bite-size chunks. Add cucumber, onion, oregano, and lime juice. Mix.Add the black aguachile. Then serve with sprigs of cilantro and avocado slices on top and a lime wedge.

For more information on Casa Calavera or to make reservations, visit the restaurant’s website. Photography: TOMO/Courtesy Casa Calavera

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