The actress rang in the new year with husband Justin Theroux and pal Jason Bateman in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

Stacey Leasca
January 02, 2018

If Jennifer Aniston loves one thing, it’s going to Cabo San Lucas.

The former Friends actress has been a frequent visitor to the popular Mexican tourist destination, often bringing her famous pals along for some rest and relaxation in the sun. In previous visits Aniston has brought along fellow Friends alumna Courteney Cox, as well as actress Emily Blunt, actor John Krasinski, and late-night host Jimmy Kimmel. And it looks like this New Year’s Eve was no different.

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According to the Daily Mail, Aniston, along with her husband Justin Theroux, rang in the new year at her favorite vacation spot alongside longtime buddy Jason Bateman and his wife Amanda Anka.

The group looked relaxed as they lounged by their resort and played a little bean bag game as they simultaneously worked on their tans.

“Jen and Justin rang in the new year with friends. For the past few days, they have enjoyed the sunny Cabo weather,” a source revealed to People about the group’s trip. “They have hosted friends by the pool and for dinner. They both seem great and very happy.”

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Though there is no official word on where the group was staying, Aniston has revealed before that her favorite resort in the area is the One&Only Palmilla.

The luxurious resort, which was originally built as a private home by Don Abelardo Rodríguez, the son of Mexico’s former president, has every amenity a star could ask for. That includes two world-class restaurants serving up specialties like Kobe and Wagyu beef, and perfectly-appointed guest rooms with deep soaking tubs, infinity pools, and epic views of the ocean. Moreover, the One&Only Palmilla happens to sit on one of Cabo’s few swimmable beaches.

Of course, staying in the same place as an A-list star also comes with an A-list price. A one-night stay at the One&Only Palmilla can set you back about $940 for an oceanfront standard room.

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