When it comes to concept, Tesoro Resorts has a simple plan.
Promise it all. The company’s three flagship resorts will focus on
time spent with family, friends and loved ones.
Even Tesoro’s motif of inlayed emerald, sapphire and amber
gemstones express a special message. It was designed to reflect a
trio of “diamonds in the rough” that span Mexico’s most unique
Pacific Coast destinations.
“The idea of Tesoro Resorts is to provide the magical settings for
people to remember what vacations are about, spending quality time
together and creating wonderful memories,” explained sales and
marketing vice president Gabriel Igartua, a hotelier and former
Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board President.
Meaning “treasure” in Spanish, the brand’s name emits this emphasis
on emotional connections and the importance of fleeting moments in
“Creating meaningful, lasting memories is the mark of excellence
that will distinguish Tesoro Resorts from other brands, “ Garcia
Amid the action of Cabo San Lucas marina, the 286-room Tesoro Los
Cabos presents abundant outdoor pursuits on area links, in and on
the ocean, and through dusty desert trails.
Tesoro Manzanillo’s 331-room property rises above a historic beach
in a picturesque cove ideal for snorkeling, boating, kayaking and
jet skiing. And further down the Pacific Coast, the golden sands
and sparkling sea create a fitting safe harbor for Tesoro Ixtapa’s
Each of the relaunched Tesoro properties excels at high-end,
all-inclusive concepts that pamper kids and adults alike with
tropical gardens, swimming pools, spacious accommodations,
buffet-style and a la carte sit-down restaurants, evening
entertainment and kids club diversions.
Tesoro Resorts is a division of Steadfast Resorts International
(SRI), a Newport Beach, Calif.-based group that acquires, renovates
and relaunches properties in the U.S., Mexico, the Caribbean and
Latin America. Tesoro Resorts is SRI’s first Mexican all-inclusive