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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 304 suites



Even the lead-in accommodation type has a luxury of space, with private terraces overlooking the sea, separate living areas, enormous beds, All Inclusive treats such as tequila, chocolates and wine, and a pillow menu with five different choices.

The bathrooms are equally huge, with giant baths, spacious showers and L'Occitane bath products.

The resort has anticipated almost every need, with essentials like adaptors and hair straighteners tucked in the drawers.

For families, the Ambassador Family suites can accommodate up to six, with two separate bedrooms and two Spa-like bathrooms with Jacuzzis. From the terraces to sofas and plush sleeping areas, there’s room to relax for all the family



Five signature restaurants, serving everything from traditional French cuisine to gourmet Mexican dishes are on hand. The poolside ceviche restaurant Cabrilla, and five bars offer additional spots for refreshments and snacks.

Breakfast is served at Azul, with its buffet of fruit, juices, freshly baked bread, cereal, waffles and traditional Mexican food.

Not to be missed are the glorious sunsets from the open terrace at Sky Bar, located upstairs from Azul Restaurant. Hand-crafted cocktails, beer, wine, margaritas and the gentle sea breezes add to the relaxing ambiance .

An alternative venue for sundowners is the Miramar Bar, perched on rocks at the edge of the sea. As the sun goes down the vibe warms up and bonfires are lit.


The resort offers three tiered infinity pools; one for adults only, closest to the ocean, while the two upper tier pools (with Jacuzzi) are for all ages. There’s also a kids' pool and splash area near the Kids' Club, and the Fitness Centre provides options for the more energetic.

Beyond the resort there are opportunities for hang gliding adventures, diving, off-road treks and whale watching. Or for more leisurely pursuits, there are golf courses to challenge even the most experienced golfers.



As well as a range of varied options on the spa menu, from blue agave massages to after-sun treatments, there’s also a water journey, where guests are guided through the spa’s sauna, steam room, ice-cold pool and more, all the while being served tasty treats.



There are both kids’ and teens’ clubs, catering for children aged four to 12 and teenagers aged 13 to 18. There’s even a baby concierge, which provides everything from mobiles to bottles for new parents.

Two pools are dedicate to younger guests, one being a splash pool near the Kids Club.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Los Cabos International Airport


With hot summers and mild winters, The Mexicali Valley rates some of the highest summer temperatures. June to October is the hottest time of the year with a risk of hurricanes. February is the peak month for whale watching and perhaps the best time to visit is from the end of October to early December and from March to April when the wind subsides. Grey Whales migrate from mid-January to late March and are the best months to be in Baja.



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