Three Alternatives to Honeymoons to Inspire Your Next Getaway

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The Resort at Pedregal Cyber Monday Campaign Photo

Beat the Heat: The Best Things to Do This Spring in Cabo San Lucas

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Aerial View of El Arco in Cabo San Lucas

The Surprising Reason You Should Visit Cabo San Lucas in the Dead of Summer

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5 Tips For Beginner Yogis

By Alma Cuadra & Marisela Talamantes Starting yoga is like starting a new relationship. At first, you may be nervous, excited and anxious. Remember, it’s not a competition; it’s a proven way to decrease stress, improve mental clarity and become more connected with yourself. With time and practice, yoga will become more than a simple hobby or another form of exercise. It will become part of your lifestyle, and your connection with your mind and body connection will strengthen. “Yoga does not change the way we see things, it transforms the person who sees.” — B. K. S. Iyengar Here …Read more

5 Natural Wonders in Cabo San Lucas Worth Traveling For

Baja California may boast warm weather year-round, but summer is just as good a time as any to plan an escape to Cabo San Lucas. Read on to learn more about five natural wonders worth traveling for. El Arco This natural arch is located where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. Start the day with a standup paddle board session, where you glide alongside schools of fish and sealions. The journey brings you to a narrow strip of sand that straddles both bodies of water, where you can stretch your legs on a short stroll along the two …Read more

How to Plan the Perfect Cabo San Lucas Wellness Retreat

Discover an unprecedented experience of wellness at The Resort at Pedregal, where you can relax into deep renewal at Luna y Mar Spa. With the full rejuvenating benefits of organic treatments inspired by the lunar cycle, the sea and authentic Mexican folk healing, plus Pilates and tennis, your wellness and fitness choices are endless – and exquisitely world-class. Read more to discover how to plan the perfect four-day Cabo San Lucas wellness retreat. Day 1: Start the day with yoga on the beach Start your wellness retreat with a beach yoga session. The Vinyasa Flow is a dynamic yoga style …Read more

4 Days of Cabo San Lucas Family Activities

Infuse your Cabo San Lucas family vacation with legendary warmth and luxury at The Resort at Pedregal. The activities are endless: scuba diving, snorkeling, parasailing, horseback riding, and a yacht outing on the clear, azure waters of the Pacific Ocean can all be arranged and tailored precisely for you and your family. Read more for our recommended four-day ultimate family escape. Day 1 Start the day with breakfast at Don Manuel’s, our signature restaurant, where kids enjoy our famous French toast. After breakfast, we encourage families to discover why Cabo San Lucas is called the aquarium of the world near El …Read more

Forbes Travel Guide Honors The Resort at Pedregal and Luna y Mar with a Five-Star Rating in Its Official 2018 Star Awards

For the past 60 years, Forbes Travel Guide has honored the world’s best hotels, restaurants, and spas in its Star Award listings. As part of its 2018 awards, both The Resort at Pedregal and the Luna y Mar spa received a prestigious five-star rating. This is the resort’s second consecutive year appearing on this list, and is among only 199 other hotels to earn a five-star rating in the world, making it the only Spa in Cabo and the second in Mexico to achieve such a prestigious recognition. Forbes Travel Guide is one of the most trusted sources for travel …Read more

Fiesta of Flavors – A Mexican Culinary Experience

The Resort at Pedregal was recently transformed into a dream culinary event: A Fiesta of Flavors. The lucky guests of honor were the guests of the resort, hosted by General Manager Fernando Flores and Food & Beverage Director Isaac Novoa. The Inspiration Executive Chef Gustavo Pinet drew inspiration from Mexican folklore to surprise and delight with some traditional elements at this colorful and delicious celebration. Special participation from guest chefs includes Juana Amaya Hernandez from Mi Tierra Linda in Oaxaca and Jose Antonio Salinas from Balcon del Zocalo in Mexico City. The Cocktails Head Bartender David Hernandez partnered with Kevin …Read more

Holiday Season 2017: Christmas & New Year’s in Los Cabos

Another holiday season has come and gone, but this year was truly one for the books at the Resort at Pedregal. Starting on December 24—La Noche Buena—and ending on New Year’s Day, we curated a program of exciting and memorable holiday experiences for our guests. From morning to night, each day spent at our Los Cabos resort during the holidays was jam packed with fun events for guests of all ages. Some of the week’s livelier celebrations included everything from cocktail receptions in our lobby, to BBQ and Tiki lounge themed parties by the beach, as well as Mexican fiestas …Read more

Stories of Pedregal: Mexican Christmas Tree Collection

Decorating the Christmas tree is one of the most enjoyable traditions associated with the winter holidays. Although the Christmas tree is typically decorated in red and white, the coloring can vary greatly depending on taste and traditions. Each color and each decoration is thought to have a special significance, and lots of people choose their ornaments based on the legends out there. This holiday season in Mexico brought with it a unique take on Christmas tree decorations at The Resort at Pedregal.  This year we are celebrating Mexican Traditions. Our Christmas Trees, also known as “Torotes” are decorated with a Collection of …Read more

Dia de Muertos at The Resort at Pedregal

The Resort at Pedregal is more than an ultimate escape to Cabo San Lucas – it’s also steeped in tradition. And while many understand Dia de Muertos to be Mexico’s version of Halloween, there’s more to the storied day than most travelers know. A combination of an ancient Aztec harvest celebration and the Catholic influence of Spanish explorers, Dia de Muertos is a day to remember and celebrate the spirits of those who have departed. Assured that the dead would be insulted by mourning or sadness, Día de los Muertos celebrates the lives of the deceased with food, drinks, parties, …Read more

How to Make a Gingerbread House: The Resort at Pedregal-Style

Making gingerbread houses is one of our favorite Christmas traditions. According to certain researchers, the first gingerbread houses were the result of the well-known Grimm’s fairy tale “Hansel and Gretel” in which the two children abandoned in the forest found an edible house made of bread with sugar decorations. For many families, the tradition of decorating a gingerbread house is an annual holiday event. Here we will show you how we make our very special gingerbread houses, The Resort at Pedregal-Style.   INGREDIENTS QUANTITIES Honey 1050g (37 oz) Granulated Sugar 650g (23 oz) All Purpose 2000g (70.5 oz) Baking Soda 20g (0.70 oz) Baking Powder 20g (0.70 oz) Water …Read more