2020 has been a year unlike any other. In these unprecedented times, everyone is simply trying their best to remain happy, healthy and hopefully. Fortunately, many hotels and restaurants that were shut down for months have finally decided to open their doors, albeit with plenty of safety precautions and modifications in place. Keep on reading if you have been curious to see what traveling to Cabo looks like nowadays.
Where To Stay
Esperanza, Auberge Resorts Collection: This hotel is the epitome of peace and luxury. With an infinity pool that overlooks the hotel’s private beach, you cannot go wrong with a stay at this hotel. Whether you are looking for casitas with infinity-edge hot tubs, or ocean front villas complete with private pools, hot tubs, a full kitchen, personal chef, and a butler, Esperanza is an absolute must visit if you are taking a trip to Cabo.
To put travelers at ease, the hotel not only follows all CDC guidelines daily, but cleaning and sanitation practices have been heightened along with the implementation of social distancing. Wellness stations exist throughout the hotel complete with hand sanitizer and complimentary masks. In addition, fitnesses classes have been made one on ones, limited numbers of guests are allowed in the spa at any given times, and employees undergo a health screen each time they arrive at work.
Las Ventanas, A Rosewood Resort: This resort lies in the middle of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas overlooking the beautiful ocean. Top of the line service combined with accommodations for children and pets make Las Ventanas a resort the whole family can enjoy. Guests can fill out a “Choose Your Own Adventure” questionnaire which allows the resort team to build a bespoke itinerary for your perfect getaway. Big suites and expansive villas make Las Ventanas a one of a kind experience.
Las Ventanas has increased their cleaning and safety procedures to ensure guests remain as safe as possible. All cleaning guidelines are in accordance with CDC and WHO standards. Sanitation methods include electrostatic sprayers, foggers, and UVC lights. Social distancing, alternative check-in and check-out procedures, and specialized care kits are all provided to keep customers safe and comfortable.
Chileno Bay Resort: Chileno Bay Resort is nestled along one of the most beautiful coves in Cabo. Private terraces in each room and oceanfront views make Chileno Bay Resort something of dreams. Whether you are looking to stay in a luxury suite or enjoy a family vacation in the Brisa Del Mar 6 Bedroom Oceanfront Villa, Chileno Bay Resort will not disappoint. Increased cleaning procedures, mandated masks in common areas, and reduced occupancy all help to keep guests safe.
The Cape. A Thompson Resort: The Cape beautifully blends the genuine nature of a boutique hotel with the conveniences of a luxury resort. With two pools, an urban vibe, and a breathtaking view make The Cape nothing short of a memorable experience. Enhanced cleaning procedures, mandatory face coverings, and social distancing help keep The Cape as safe as possible during these unprecedented times.
Four Seasons Resort at Los Cabos: The Four Seasons Resort at Los Cabos is the perfect place for any getaway. Whether you are looking to snorkel, fish, golf, or simply relax, the staff at the Four Seasons provides unparalleled service to make your trip everything you desire. From oceanfront suites to three bedroom villas, this resort offers luxury and opulence every step of the way.Enhanced global health and safety features have been implemented to keep guests safe during their stays.
Zadun, A Ritz Carlton Reserve: Zadun perfectly blends the beauty of desert and ocean into one magical experience. A peaceful oasis overlooking the expansive ocean make Zadun a place of complete and total serenity. Private plunge pools and terraces make this a one of a kind property. Zadun has increased its sanitation policies and provides contactless check-in for all guests in lieu of the current situation.
What To Eat
Cocina del Mar: Cocina del Mar is a must visit during your time in Cabo. Located along the cliffs that line the sea, Cocina de Mar will make you feel like you have been magically transported to the Amalfi Coast. Known for it’s fresh fish and seafood specialties, this restaurant flawlessly harnesses the cooking styles of North, South, and Central America.
Floras Farm: Floras Farm is a notorious restaurant in Cabo. Whether you are staying in Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo, or anywhere in between, Floras Farm is well worth the drive. Alfresco dining that highlights the beauty of true farm to table cuisine makes this restaurant a one of a kind dining experience. Seasonal menus ensure that no matter how many times you visit, you can always try something new.
Marea: Marea is a dining experience set in paradise. Open air and oceanfront dining leave guests feeling a sense of sophistication and peach that is unparalleled. Phenomenal meats, fresh fish, and unique cocktails all contribute to the ideal dining experience at Marea.
The Office: Cabo is famous for its sandy beach dining. The Office is a casual eatery located directly on the beach. Whether you are looking for a casual breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this is the perfect restaurant to watch the waves roll in, soak up the sun, and enjoy everything Cabo has to offer.
Romeo Y Julieta: We all love Mexican food. However, if you need a little break, Romeo Y Julieta is the perfect place for some tasty Italian Cuisine. From fresh made pasta to stone oven pizza, you cannot go wrong with this fine dining Italian experience during your adventures.
What To Wear
Daytime: One of the best things about Cabo is how casual the dress is, especially with such beautiful weather. During the day, opt for maxi dresses that can be worn over a bathing suit. You never know when you’ll have the urge to jump in the ocean, rent a boat for a couple hours, or enjoy jet skiing along the Sea of Cortez.
Cabo has beautiful weather year round. Therefore, be sure to bring your favorite sunscreen, floppy hat, and sunglasses to protect you from the bright sun. If you plan on having a day of sightseeing, opt for white jeans, a blue and white button up, and a cross body bag to carry all your belongings.
Nighttime: Nighttime is when you can dress up. A nice maxi dress paired with block heels to make walking on the cobblestone roads easy is a must. Embrace the Mexican culture with lace dresses in a variety of bright colors, ruffles, and light and airy clothing. Pair this with a fun clutch to spice up your outfit for a night out on the town.