As of Dec. 15, Fiesta Americana Grand Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort will be an all-inclusive resort. After opening in 1999, the resort quickly gained attention for its picturesque location, outstanding dining options and Latin America’s only wine spa – Somma. Now, the renowned resort offers guests the next level of luxury with an all-inclusive plan. Rates will begin at $250 per person, per night.
Ushering in a new era, the all-inclusive rate will include premium lodging, food and beverage (including alcohol), 24-hour room service, cultural experiences like cooking classes and Spanish lessons, outdoor activities such as yoga and volleyball, and taxes/service fees all delivered with the superior personal service expected from this award-winning property. Items not included in the new all-inclusive rate are spa treatments, golf, off-site excursions, boutique items, laundry and dry-cleaning.
“Our intention with rolling out the all-inclusive concept is to offer guests an opportunity to enjoy their vacation to the fullest,” says General Manager Douglas Dodge. “Transitioning to an all-inclusive plan helps us answer the needs of our guests while continuing to deliver the level of quality and indulgence associated with a vacation at our resort.”
Located at the southernmost tip of the Baja California peninsula, Fiesta Americana Grand Los Cabos welcomes guests with 249 ocean-facing rooms and suites. All-inclusive guests can dine at any of the resort’s six restaurants and bars. Experiences range from barefoot meals at the beach and intimate wine tastings to the AAA Four Diamond Rosato Italian restaurant, which pairs gourmet meals with the soothing sound of live piano music.
Guests can enhance their all-inclusive experience with extra add-ons from the spa to the golf course. Active travelers will receive exclusive access to the Cabo del Sol Ocean and Desert golf courses during their stay. Regarded among the best in Mexico, Fiesta Americana Grand Los Cabos guests will have access to preferential tee times and an on-site golf concierge at the Jack Nicklaus-designed Ocean Course and Tom Weiskopf-designed Desert Course. After a day playing the links, guests can indulge in a spa treatment at Somma Wine Spa. Offering an avant-garde take on the common grape, Somma specializes in relaxing wine-therapy spa treatments. The spa capitalizes on its ideal location in the heart of Baja California’s up-and-coming wine country – the best grapes are plucked from Mexico’s Guadalupe Valley and serve as key ingredients in the spa’s wine treatments.
Reservations booked now for travel after Dec. 15 will receive an all-inclusive rate.