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Pueblo Bonito Oceanfront Resorts & Spas are known as fine
destinations for couples, weddings and even girlfriend getaways.
Now, the Pueblo Bonito properties offer amenities and programs that
specifically cater to children, parents and family travel.
Select Pueblo Bonito properties in Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and
Puerto Vallarta have recently unveiled the “Little Bonitos” club.
In addition to the usual children’s swimming pool and menus, the
club provides parents the option of signing up their children for
activities that include organized pool games, board games,
handcraft activities, botanical tours and more.
“The ‘Little Bonitos’ club is designed to offer kids and parents
fun activities while vacationing at any of our properties,” said
Enrique Gandara, corporate director of sales and marketing. “With
so many options, the parents and kids love it.”
Parents can sign up their children for any of the available
activities when they arrive at the property. Full-day, half-day and
per-hour options are available.
Located in Puerto Vallarta, the all-inclusive Pueblo Bonito Samba
Vallarta is situated on a swimmable beach ideal for children. The
property also offers large rooms suited to couples traveling with
The resort is known for personalized service in an all-inclusive
plan, a la carte dining options and daily activities for all ages.
Kids can get into beach volleyball, pool tables, non-motorized
water sports, three pools with children’s swimming sections and
nightly shows suitable for the entire family.
The 258-suite Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay in Mazatlan is also geared
to families. It offers a secluded location with fun diversions such
as pottery painting, handcrafts and board games.
The “Little Bonitos” club at Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach in Cabo is
highlighted by unique family events, such as kite building and
flying contests, water splashing contests, play station time,
organized water polo, mask making, beach soccer, tunnel games,
cookie cooking classes, Mexican pinata making, sand sculpting
contests, fishing in the pool, sea shell hunts, swim races and