The first ever Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Mexico aims to begin its operations in 2014. The 124 private,single-story villas will be strategically built along 800 feet of oceanfront property,each having a breathtaking panoramic view of the Sea of Cortez. Though famous for an impressive historic legacy,Cabo San Lucas real estate is presently revered as one of the most preferred vacation destinations in North America.
Together with Grupo Questro and Trinity Investments,Ritz-Carlton has signed an agreement to form a joint venture to operate a Ritz-Carlton Reserve that will be developed in San Jose del Cabo,Mexico.
To name a bit what the new hotel will have to offer,there will be one,two and three-bedroom villas,each with butler service,outdoor showers,outdoor terraces equipped with intimate fireplaces and private infinity plunge pools.
Moreover,Puerto Los Cabos will also have a world-class spa,two private championship golf courses designed by Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus,a Desert Botanical Theme Park,a 500-slip marina,a Fisherman’s Wharf,good accessibility to the airport and close proximity to the town center of San Jose del Cabo. All of these amenities are intended to provide high quality service to future hotel patrons.
According to Herve Humler,president of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company,they have been watching a number of locations in Mexico over the past years and they have seen the potential of Cabo real estate in providing urbane travelers with a new and exciting place to vacation in style. He also noted that working with reputable developers like Trinity Investments and Grupo Questro has made it possible to build a resort that is simple and yet exudes luxury and stylish comfort.
The new the Ritz-Carlton Hotel is going to be a remarkable venture that will blend unique elements of the region's heritage,history and local culture with a casual,upscale atmosphere,exquisite design,individualized service and concern for the environment.