Paradisus, Melia’s luxury brand, is setting a new standard in all-inclusive resorts with its ninth property, Paradisus Los Cabos in Mexico’s Baja peninsula, reports Ashley Rochefort in this week’s digital edition of Travel Courier.
“We want to build memories for our guests through unique ‘wow’ moments,” explains Marcela Monge, Guest Experience Director, Paradisus Los Cabos. “We have an opportunity at this property to create a new standard in luxury, to set new trends, giving guests what they want before they know they want it.”
A US$35M refurbishment converted the original Melia Cabo Real to the Paradisus Los Cabos which welcomed its first visitors in December 2016.
Only 15 minutes from the San Jose Del Cabo International Airport, the resort sits on one of the largest swimmable beaches in the Cabo Corridor.
With a total of 350 guest rooms, spa, fitness centre, seven restaurants and bars, kid’s club, and reliable wifi throughout the property, the resort has everything your clients would expect of an all-inclusive resort.
But its all the extras that give this property its “wow.”
Elegant cream decor with gold fixtures, warm woods, pops of colour, and punchy Mexican accents makes guests feel at once comfortable and kingly.
Each room is outfitted with fluffy beds, a personal Nespresso machine, complimentary snack and liquor bar, and ocean views.
Nightly entertainment includes anything from lively dance routines to filling the lower lobby with local artists, artisans, and guitar music to an outdoor movie with wine and cheese service.
Ask your chef or bartender for culinary classes so you can bring home your favourite recipe. Join a yoga class on the pool deck at sunrise to start the day right.
The resort even employs a Sensory Architecture Manager who is in charge of that clean, sweet, but never sickly, scent that lingers throughout the grounds.
And then there’s Mr. Wow himself, an operatic singer who is disguised as a gardener or server, and bursts into song, serenading unsuspected guests.
This kind of luxury vacation is a reality the Paradisus staff works hard to bring to life for its guests.
For the full story, check out this week’s digital edition of Travel Courier.