Las Ventanas al Paraiso in Los Cabos Reopens

Las Ventanas al Paraiso in Los Cabos Reopens

After a nine-month renovation hiatus, Los Cabos’ premier resort debuts exciting additions By: Kendall McKinven
<p>The recently renovated Las Ventanas al Paraiso has reopened after a nine-month hiatus. // © 2015 Rosewood Resorts</p><p>Feature Image (above):...

The recently renovated Las Ventanas al Paraiso has reopened after a nine-month hiatus. // © 2015 Rosewood Resorts

Feature Image (above): Guests receive their own Villa Host when they stay in the new Signature Villas at the recently reopened Las Ventanas al Paraiso, a Rosewood Resort. // © 2015 Rosewood Resorts

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Las Ventanas al Paraiso

Just a few days shy of its 18th anniversary, Las Ventanas al Paraiso, A Rosewood Resort reopened its iconic “windows to paradise” after a nine-month hiatus for renovations and service improvements. With top-notch luxury and hospitality, the acclaimed AAA Five Diamond resort in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico, aims to elevate Los Cabos to a must-visit destination. The grand reopening focused on the resort’s new accommodations, services, amenities and experiences, as well as its continued dedication to guest satisfaction.

The most notable change is its new Signature Villas. The accommodations provide the most privacy possible on the property and come with a dedicated Villa Host, akin to a personal assistant, who remains with the client for the duration of his or her stay. Each host has completed extensive training in many areas — from language to culinary to housekeeping — in order to tailor service to each client’s specific needs and desires.

“The Signature Villas are a unique experience with the same DNA of Las Ventanas, with a sense of place, love, family, sharing, simplicity and elegance,” said Frederic Vidal, managing director for Las Ventanas al Paraiso. 

Along with the resort’s updated accommodations, Las Ventanas introduced its premier collection of five Once-in-a-Lifetime Experiences. The personalized, Baja-inspired activities, which will change twice per year, currently include tequila tasting with a Tequila Master, a treasure hunt through scenic Baja canyons, an authentic cooking class in the pre-Hispanic technique of barbacoa, the opportunity to create a pearl at Baja’s only pearl farm and dog butlers for the pets of resort guests.

“The idea is not to reinvent the wheel; the idea is to offer the most comfortable experience for the guest,” Vidal said. 

Las Ventanas has additionally enhanced its Spa at Las Ventanas, launching novel therapeutic techniques. Its spa therapists have put more than 100 hours of training into the development of the spa’s new Signature Treatment, a massage tailored to each guest’s body that blends various therapies.

The property’s ocean views, sustainable landscaping, infinity pool, spa and restaurants — which include a tequila and ceviche bar, as well as a wine cellar for private dining — are undoubtedly impressive, but Vidal is quick to point out that the resort’s service and people are what make it unique. 

“You have a lot of beautiful hotels around the world, but what makes Las Ventanas is its associates,” he said. “This is the key. We have a beautiful property, but Las Ventanas is unique because of its people.”