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Carretera Transpeninsular Km 19.5, Cabo Real, San José del Cabo, 23400, Mexico | +52 624 144 2800

price range

$$$$ ($501 and up/night)

amenities

Spa, Pool, Free WiFi, Beach, Fitness center, Kids program or on-site childcare

features

Great design, Modern style, Great views
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Las Ventanas al Paraíso means “windows to paradise” in Spanish. And this resort is paradise, indeed, with its dazzling infinity pools and open-air lobby. A butler is assigned to each suite to coordinate spa treatments, recommend where to eat, arrange car rentals, set up laptops, and generally prevent guests from lifting a finger (we dare you to try to adjust your own beach chair or fetch your own margarita). This resort takes the business of love seriously, so seriously that it even has its own romance director who specializes in unforgettable moments: crafting love letters, booking a musician to serenade your partner, and even providing a white stallion to carry you and yours off into the sunset. And just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, Las Ventanas recently opened the Ty Warner Mansion, a sprawling 28,000-square-foot villa designed by Robert Couturier that cost $18 million to build. If you need to ask how much the rate is, you have no business staying here: Let’s just say it runs into the tens of thousands. A night.

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Las Ventanas al Paraíso, A Rosewood Resort

Las Ventanas al Paraíso means “windows to paradise” in Spanish. And this resort is paradise, indeed, with its dazzling infinity pools and open-air lobby. A butler is assigned to each suite to coordinate spa treatments, recommend where to eat, arrange car rentals, set up laptops, and generally prevent guests from lifting a finger (we dare you to try to adjust your own beach chair or fetch your own margarita). This resort takes the business of love seriously, so seriously that it even has its own romance director who specializes in unforgettable moments: crafting love letters, booking a musician to serenade your partner, and even providing a white stallion to carry you and yours off into the sunset. And just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, Las Ventanas recently opened the Ty Warner Mansion, a sprawling 28,000-square-foot villa designed by Robert Couturier that cost $18 million to build. If you need to ask how much the rate is, you have no business staying here: Let’s just say it runs into the tens of thousands. A night.