Rosewood’s Las Ventanas al Paraiso Reopens in Los Cabos

rosewood las ventanas al paraisoThis week, Rosewood Resorts announced the official reopening of its Las Ventanas al Paraiso hotel in Los Cabos, Mexico. The hotel, originally opened in 1997, has been updated to include a brand new activities program and guest services accommodations. 

The hotel’s new team of Villa Hosts will act as guests’ personal assistants during their stays. Devoted to privacy and personalization, these hosts have been trained in several languages, the culinary arts, and the hospitality industry to add to the hotel’s new guest services pledge.  

Las Ventanas al Paraiso will also offer guests a variety of new summer experiences including cooking classes, tequila tastings and family-friendly activities. Guests can learn the traditional pre-Hispanic barbacoa cooking preparation or go on private tequila tastings with a tequila expert. Through the new program, families will also get the chance to handcraft their own pearls at the region’s only pearl farm and treasure hunt in the Baja region. 

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Guests can also enjoy a customized Signature Treatment at the Spa at Las Ventanas or dine at any of the resort’s gourmet onsite restaurants, including The Restaurant, The Sea Grill and the Tequila & Ceviche Bar

For bookings and reservations, visit rosewoodhotels.com/las-ventanas-los-cabos

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