AMResorts Opens First Breathless Resort in Mexico

Arturo de la Rosa Escalante, Mayor of Los Cabos; Gonzalo del Peón, president of AMResorts; Ramón Marcos, CEO of the Frel Group; Carlos Mendoza Davis, Governor of the Baja California Sur State; Alex Zozaya, CEO of Apple Leisure Group; Alberto Abid Carrera; coordinator of liaison and investment promotion; Rafael Marcos, director of the Frel Group; and Genaro Ruiz Hernández, Tourism Secretary of the Baja California Sur State.
Arturo de la Rosa Escalante, Mayor of Los Cabos; Gonzalo del Peón, president of AMResorts; Ramón Marcos, CEO of the Frel Group; Carlos Mendoza Davis, Governor of the Baja California Sur State; Alex Zozaya, CEO of Apple Leisure Group; Alberto Abid Carrera; coordinator of liaison and investment promotion; Rafael Marcos, director of the Frel Group; and Genaro Ruiz Hernández, Tourism Secretary of the Baja California Sur State.

AMResorts has announced the opening of the first Breathless resort in Mexico, the Breathless Cabo San Lucas. The new property celebrated an opening ceremony on November 19, and will welcome its first guests December 17. 

The new resort is on the Medano beach, near Cabo San Lucas' nightlife scene. There are 169 suites in the new  property, each of which have private terraces offering ocean and  marina views. 

There will also be seven dining options ranging from buffets to à la carte grills and a café, five bars and lounges, two pools and 24-hour complimentary room service. 

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For entertainment, the new resort will host a schedule of parties and monthly themed special events. 

Visit BreathlessResorts.com 

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