3 Bed/3 Bath Oceanview Villa at Esperanza Resort
- Mexico, Baja California Sur,
- 3BR/3BA (Sleeps 6)3200 Sq.Ft.
- External Website: http://privatetradewinds.com/PropertyDetails.aspx?pid=341
The 3 Bedroom 3 Bath villas offer partial ocean views, and are extremely spacious with 10-foot ceilings. Private entry courtyards welcome you to the hacienda-style villas with gracious patios where meals can be shared while enjoying the fresh air and views of the Sea of Cortez. This villa of 3200 square feet has been carefully decorated with handcrafted furniture, original artwork, and luxurious amenities. Three custom king size beds and two twins with Rivolta Carmignani Italian linen sheets ensure a restful night’s sleep, and the provided robes are perfect after a jacuzzi on the terrace. All villas are air conditioned, offer washer and dryer, wireless internet, and iPod dock and charger for your comfort and convenience.
The warm welcome at Esperanza ushers in a familiar feeling of belonging, as personalized service and gracious hospitality are extended to each individual guest. The grounds are immaculate and feature sprawling grassland, pools, and sweeping views of the Sea of Cortez. In 2010 Travel + Leisure Magazine voted Esperanza “Best Resort in Mexico.” The dining options range from Casual Americana to the Signature Restaurant featuring over 100 of the worlds best wines and tequilas. The private, oceanfront beach club offers fitness facilities, yoga, pool and lounge. The kids are sure to love the Teen Center with X-Box, Pool Table, Foos Ball and more! Completely romantic, yet family friendly Esperanza is a luxury retreat for everyone.
The bay of Cabo San Lucas, at the southernmost tip of Baja, was once a base for pirate ships waiting to pounce on Spanish treasure ships. Even fifteen years ago, it was little more than a fishing and canning village occasionally visited by adventurous sports fishermen with the means to sail in or fly down. It quickly earned a reputation as a resort destination and in recent years it has rapidly become a focal point of Mexico’s luxury. Million-dollar condos have sprung up, palms have been transplanted, golf courses have been laid, water has been piped in from San José and everything is kept pristine. More like an enclave of the US than part of Mexico, preserving almost nothing that is not geared to tourism, it can be fun for a day or two, week or two, or even months because of it’s great weather and a multitude of great restaurants, shopping and water activities.