Elite Traveler Los Cabos 2020

Contact: Kelly Snyder | Associate Director, Regional Marketing - Cabo & Austin Auberge Resorts Collection kelly.snyder@aubergeresorts.com Websites: aubergeresorts.com/esperanza Cocinadelmarcabo.com aubergeresorts.com/chilenobay comalcabo.com

Everlasting Love Imagine a sunset wedding ceremony on this crescent-shaped private beach, cocktails by a shimmering pool, and dinner on the stone terrace high atop the cliffs. Cabo’s Auberge Resorts offer the ideal backdrop for your celebrations and events. Our specialists are romantics at heart who delight in collaborating with each couple to create a wedding that reflects their vision and the details that matter most.

Restorative Reboot For a complete reboot, the holistic spa harnesses a range of healing elements, noticeable in the Spa Journey, which begins in a refreshing mist alcove before winding through a salt inhalation room and soak in the serene reflexology pool. The fitness program, too, emphasizes the transformative power of nature, with floor-to-ceiling windows for take in inspiring views during a core-strengthening routine, to heart-pumping classes right on the beach.

The newly re-imagined Cocina del Mar

Your Table is Waiting There’s a cliff at Esperanza where Cocina del Mar Executive Chef Guillermo Gomez goes to collect live sea urchins that cling to the sides of the warm granite, sunbathing and seeking refuge from the crashing waves of the Sea of Cortez. “I always say that this is not a restaurant, it’s an extension of the sea. . . Here in Baja California Sur, we are so lucky to have all of the elements together - the perfect weather, the freshness found on the Sea of the Cortez and the local organic farms,” Chef Gomez. Set atop a rocky promontory surrounded by the crashing waves, the salty sea air complements the exquisite variety of just-caught seafood prepared to let the vibrant natural flavors shine through. Enter through a buzzing lantern-lit bar and lounge that invites you to linger over hand-crafted cocktails before sauntering down to dinner above a cascade of oceanfront terraces. For an equally impressive experience and to find Cabo’s most innovative takes on regional flavors and traditions, visit COMAL , named after the cast-iron cooking pan in use for centuries in Mexico, and often passed down through generations. Rooted in authentic traditions, but injected with a modern perspective, you will discover Chef Yvan Mucharraz’s inventive spirit, who started his lifelong passion with cooking in his mother’s Mexican kitchen at the age of 15 before going on to work for three years under lauded chef Thomas Keller. Chef Mucharraz now finds joy in guests gathered around his contemporary creations using the freshest local catch, sitting seaside, telling their own stories, and creating taste memories that linger long after they’ve left Chileno Bay.

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