One & Only Palmilla Introduces Mobile Wi-Fi to Airport Transfers in Los Cabos

 

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This month, guests at One & Only Palmilla will be able to enjoy Wi-Fi services en-route to and from San Jose Del Cabo International Airport. Arriving in Los Cabos, One&Only Palmilla guests are greeted by an airport host, ready to assist with luggage and refreshments.

Equipped with a fleet of luxury vehicles including six Hummer H2s, the resort stocks each car with an arrival/departure kit complete with: water, Evian Spray, mints, gourmet Mexican candy, chilled face towels, scented hand towels and hand sanitizers to help guests decompress from a short or long flight.

For return air travels, One & Only Palmilla offers a selection of “One & Only Air to Go” favorites for in-Flight enjoyment.  Choices range from slow roasted pork to marinated grilled arrachera with chipotle aioli and roasted vegetables.  All “One & Only Air to Go” meals come with local fresh seasonal fruits, a gourmet cookie for dessert as well as perfectly paired condiments packed in a re-usable One & Only Palmilla lunch pack. One & Only Palmilla’s service continues in the airport with check-in and a dedicated security escort to direct guests to the new private VIP Airport Lounge.

SVP of One & Only Palmilla, Edward Steiner, said, “We want to ensure there is a seamless transition for our One & Only Palmilla guests to and from the airport. In addition to our already comprehensive menu of arrival and departure amenities which include our One & Only Air To Go menu, this new mobile Wi-Fi service enables our guests to stay connected while eliminating the risk for roaming charges that come when traveling internationally.”

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