Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve opens this fall in Los Cabos.
The resort offers panoramic views of the Sea of Cortez from its 87 guestrooms and 28 suites, as well as 42 villas. Suites and villas come with round-the-clock butler service, ocean-view terraces and plunge pools in many cases. The Grand Reserve Villas is a two-story, beachfront accommodations option with 6,000 square feet of space including two bedrooms, a kitchen and multiple private pools.
On-site dining includes a Latin American grill, street food eatery, adults-only seafood restaurant and agave bar. A spa offers locally inspired treatments and a modern interpretation of a traditional Mexican sweat lodge. A sound room provides a unique space for sound therapies.
Guests also enjoy access to the 27-hole Puerto Los Cabos Golf Course and an Ambassadors of the Environment program, with natural educational activities for all ages.
“Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve truly reflects its setting, bringing a new hospitality experience to life in a destination that is seeing a surge of interest from travelers seeking the beauty of Mexico’s Pacific Coast,” said Albert Herrera, senior vice president of global product partnerships, Virtuoso. “Its distinct personality stems from the intersection of luxury, nature and culture combined with the highly personalized service of the Ritz-Carlton Reserve. With its strong sense of place and one-of-a-kind boutique character, Virtuoso is delighted to welcome the fourth Ritz-Carlton Reserve property to our portfolio.”
Virtuoso travelers receive a complimentary fourth night and one-time $350 resort credit when booking a stay at the new property before Oct. 1, for travel Nov. 1, 2019–April 30, 2020.
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