Christmas Week in Cabo - Penthouse 2 Br. Suite

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From $171 / night

Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Christmas Week in Cabo - Penthouse 2 Br. Suite
2 bedrooms
6 guests
7 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 3
Sleeps: 6
Type: Villa
Per week: $1,200
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Cabo San Lucas vacation villa rental
5 STAR Luxury Resort in Cabo San Lucas CHRISTMAS/NEW YEAR!
Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa

This is a luxury penthouse suite and comes with a fully equipped kitchen, dinning room, living room, two bedrooms with luxurious bathroom for each, marble floors, large patio with 180 degree ocean views. This suite would cost $900+ per day thru Playa Grande Resort during Christmas/New Year season. Week 51 (12/23/2007 " 12/30/2007) is the most popular week of the year in Cabo! It is a resort villa, not a hotel room. This unit sleeps 6 adults.

Playa Grande Resort, located on a secluded stretch of beach on the Pacific side in Cabo San Lucas, is the ideal place to relax and enjoy your vacation. Luxurious suites are designed for the most discriminating vacationer in terms of contemporary facilities. Yet they retain the comforting allure of the Mexican architectural culture. At Playa Grande, you really feel the gracefulness of Mexico. Playa Grande Resort was inspired by the Vacation Angels of Baja California. Nestled on the golden sands of Solmar Beach, Cabo San Lucas, it is a triumphant blend of glorious landscapes and charming Mexican hacienda style architecture.

Amenities: World class restaurant and lounge with room service, 2 pool bars, 2 off-site restaurants within walking distance, Multiple pools with waterfalls, children 's areas and swim up bars, Thalassotherapy Spa Center with an outdoor Jacuzzi overlooking Pacific Ocean, Car Rental, Fitness Center and Tennis Courts.
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Area Information
Baja California, Mexico
Far from being the remote fishing village of twenty years ago, Cabo San Lucas has stolen the resort scene in Mexico. Located on the same latitude as Hawaii, at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula west of mainland Mexico and close (approximately 1,000 miles south of San Diego) proximity to California, Cabo San Lucas has become the destination for many world travelers. A popular port-of-call, Cabo San Lucas beckons to 400 cruise ships a year. Over one million annual visitors can't be wrong.

With an incredible array of first-class resorts, activities for the entire family, and first-class amenities, Cabo San Lucas has much to offer. "Cabo" with its balmy moderate temperatures nine months out of the year, boasts upscale shopping, five-star restaurants, world-class golf courses, and still maintains the title of the marlin fishing capital of the world. Vacation villas are available for rent by the week or month, as well as affordable accommodations like Bed & Breakfasts and boutique hotels.

Looking for sandy beaches' Cabo has them, some popular ones are close to downtown. Medano Beach (Playa el Medano) is safe for swimming and popular with its lively music and Mexican fiestas, or take the water taxi and spend the afternoon on Lover's Beach in seclusion. There are even more beaches along the Los Cabos Tourist Corridor.

If its an active night-life that appeals to you, world-famous Cabo Wabo is a must-see, as is El Squid Roe, and Cabo's newest, the Zoo Bar and Dance. Cabo San Lucas has become a shopper's paradise with Puerto Paraiso Mall resplendent in marble, elevators and escalators, not to mention numerous restaurants and fine shops selling articles not only from Mexico but from around the world, including fine jewels, men's and ladies fashions, and fine art. There are open plazas for strolling, or enjoying a latte while people-watching. A first-rate 10-screen cinema presenting up-to-date films, a bowling alley, and cultural events offers entertainment for the entire family. If you want trinkets, souvenirs, and gifts typical of Mexico, there are many shops and open markets throughout Los Cabos that cater to tourists.

Everything's up to date in Los Cabos with gourmet delis, liquor stores specializing in world-renown wines and tequila, and "big box" super markets for every discriminating shopper. With Costco and Home Depot new to the area, your every need is readily satisfied.

Para-sailing' Sky diving' Scuba diving' Snorkeling' Or just a sunset dinner cruise. Cabo San Lucas has activities that satisfy the locals and thousands of tourists that visit Cabo San Lucas year after year. There are not many places where you can swim with dolphins; in Cabos San Lucas, get up close and personal with these beautiful creatures. It's hard to imagine which amazing experiences in Los Cabos you will remember the most. Spotting the whales as they play in the Sea of Cortez. Scuba diving among the otherworldly creatures. Seeing the outcropping of rock that forms the famous Arch, at Land's End. Or spending the afternoon on the marina sipping Margaritas ogling the luxury yachts in the harbor. Whale watching is a popular activity from December through March when the gray whales from the Artic travel the 7,000 mile trek to the Baja Peninsula to mate and give birth. World-class fishing tournaments are held year-round with a strict catch-and-release program.

There are five public championship golf courses in the Cabo San Lucas area, along the Tourist Corridor, that have been rated among the world's best by "Golf" magazine and "Golf Digest." Rolling desert terrain against the Sea of Cortez, man-made lakes, and verdant green fairways provide "eye candy" for golfers while testing their skills.

An excellent selection of restaurants abound, from toes-in-the-sand to award-winning chefs with a variety of food, from fish tacos to gourmet cuisine. In Los Cabos š exceptional dining offers aficionados of food an unlimited choice.

Los Cabos, which means "the Capes", consisting of Cabo San Lucas, its sister city, San Jose del Cabo located 20 miles away, and the Tourist Corridor in between, becomes a second home for many visitors. Beach front, on the side of a mountain, gated communities, whatever your preference, Los Cabos has many choices. The booming real estate market is alive and well along the 20-mile tourist corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo.

You'll find Cabo San Lucas where the desert meets the mountains and rushes into the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, on the very tip of the Baja California Peninsula. An hour's drive along the Pacific side is the charming artist community of Todos Santos or along the Sea of Cortez, the East Cape, both offering endless beaches where the desert meets the sea.

Cabo San Lucas - A Brief History
Hernán Cortez sat in his headquarters on the Isthmus of Tehuantepec scheming about what he might conquer next. Bingo! A shipwreck survivor reported an island ten sailing days north that was populated by Amazons and was rich in gold and pearls. That sounded to Hernán like the fabled island of California ruled by the Amazonian Queen, Calafia. He fairly drooled at the thought. "Andale, hombre", he told his ship builder, "get on with it". Cabo San Lucas - A Brief History continues -

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