Planning an adventure? Here are three resorts you should consider for your next trip!

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort, tucked away in a secluded valley 15 minutes from downtown Cabo San Lucas, has been significantly expanded and refined since its debut in 2005. Fronting a splendid 2.5-mile stretch of unspoiled beach, this enchanting sanctuary at Land’s End was designed to showcase the beauty of the Baja Peninsula’s unique mountain-desert-ocean environment. Tranquil and romantic, this adults-only, all-inclusive resort hotel, featuring the wellness-inspired Armonia Spa, is located within the exclusive residential development of Quivira Los Cabos. The Towers at Pacifica, a deluxe “resort within a resort,” offers 47 elegant Club suites and rooms as well as unparalleled personalized services and amenities, including 24-hour butler service. Peninsula, the resort’s newest restaurant, uses locally sourced ingredients for its regional Baja cuisine. Pacifica is five minutes from the epic Jack Nicklaus Signature course at Quivira Golf Club, which was recently voted to Golf Digest’s list of the “World’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses.” Guests of Pueblo Bonito Resorts enjoy exclusive access to this world-class facility.

Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán Beach Resort, the hospitality firm’s original property, is credited with setting the bar for luxury travel in Mazatlán. Situated in the city’s celebrated Golden Zone, Pueblo Bonito (“Beautiful Village”) Mazatlán launched one of the most successful resort brands in Mexico. A recently completed $26.5 million renovation project paid homage to the hotel’s Old-World charm while elevating all elements of the property, including the guest suites, restaurants, lobbies, pools, and façade. The remodeling and renovation project updated, improved, and streamlined the appearance of the accommodations, amenities and building exterior while retaining the unique appeal of a hotel that has endeared it to guests for more than 35 years. The deluxe all-inclusive resort hotel fronts one of the best stretches of beach in Mazatlán and offers an array of superb dining options, including Angelo’s Gourmet Restaurant, which serves innovative northern Italian cuisine in a new, reimagined space; and Cilantro’s, featuring seafood in a beachfront setting.

Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay in Mazatlán, set above a lovely crescent beach on the sun-splashed Pacific coast, is an all-suite resort embraced by tropical vegetation. Nestled on 20 acres overlooking the sea, Emerald Bay offers flowering gardens dotted with koi ponds, oceanfront swimming pools with swim-up bars, a world-class Armonia Spa, and neoclassical architecture inspired by Old Mazatlán. The resort’s lush natural setting, interlaced with winding pathways, is a sanctuary for wildlife, including swans, peacocks and flamingos. Activities include children’s programs, fitness classes, nature preserve tours, and tennis. Emerald Bay’s award-winning restaurants start with the French-inspired La Cordeliere and its famous Champagne Sunday Brunch, served on a large shaded terrace or in an elegant dining room. Also highly recommended is Casa 46, located in Mazatlan’s colonial quarter along the historic Plaza Machado. Casa 46 is the place to enjoy the splendor of colonial Mazatlán along with the city’s best food and ambience.

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