Ditch the Cold This Holiday Season and Head to Los Cabos for the Thanksgiving of a Lifetime — Pies Included
When it comes to Thanksgiving, some people absolutely live for all-day food prep, a big family dinner, and a cozy sleep in their own bed when it’s all over. But for others, the mere idea of running around like a chicken (or turkey?) with its head cut off to execute the perfect meal drains all the holiday spirit right out of the day. If you identify more with the latter, it may be time to spend Thanksgiving somewhere tropical and free of family stress, like Las Ventanas al Paraiso resort in Los Cabos, Mexico. If you book a four-night stay during Thanksgiving through Five Star Alliance, you can snag the mouthwatering Thanksgiving dinner of your dreams minus the work — plus the gorgeous ocean views.
At Las Ventanas al Paraiso, Thanksgiving means guests don’t have to lift a finger. With the special four-night holiday deal, you’ll stay in one of the resort’s large Signature Villas or the luxurious Ty Warner Mansion, and the Las Ventanas staff will handle any and all holiday prep. While you zen out by the pool, the resort’s chefs will whip up an incredible Thanksgiving feast, which your own private host will serve to you and your family in-villa.
As if that wasn’t enough for the perfect Thanksgiving, the resort offers a host of other fun and relaxing holiday activities, like a pie-making masterclass, a Turkey Trot, and festive taco and tequila pairings. Not to mention, exclusive Five Star perks like in-villa welcome massages, daily breakfast, spa credit, and even roundtrip airport transfers are included in each Thanksgiving stay, making for a truly rejuvenating holiday trip.
And face it — in most places where Thanksgiving is celebrated, late November weather can be pretty unpleasant, especially if you’re not a fan of the cold. In Los Cabos, you’ll get to celebrate the holiday soaking in the sun’s warmth next to the calming sound of crashing waves. And really, how could Thanksgiving get better than that?
Book your Thanksgiving at Las Ventanas al Paraiso here.