Is Pueblo Bonito on a swimmable beach?
Guests at Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos, Rosé, Mazatlán, and Emerald Bay will enjoy direct on-site access to swimmable beaches. Although the pristine shoreline in front Sunset Beach and Pacifica is perfect for sunbathing, swimming is not allowed due to the exceptionally strong currents along the coastline.
Who owns Pueblo Bonito Resorts?
Ernesto Coppel is the president and developer of Quivira. He is also Founder and Chairman of the Board of Pueblo Bonito Golf and Spa Resorts, eight luxury resorts in Cabo San Lucas and Mazatlán, Mexico.
How many pools does Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach have?
Six pools are available at Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach, including an infinity pool with a swim-up pool bar and an adults-only pool. Lounge chairs and umbrellas can be found on all of the resort’s pool decks, and poolside food and beverage service is available. The property also has a private beach.
How many rooms does Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos have?
Minimalist and magnificent, Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort in Cabo San Lucas features 201 guest rooms and suites.
Does Pueblo Bonito Rose have WIFI?
We are excited to announce that we now offer a new and improved WIFI service at Rosé Resort & Spa and Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos. This service now provides an enhanced WIFI connection throughout 95% of the resort, including the rooms, pools, restaurants and other public areas.
When was Pueblo Bonito Blanco built?
In 1987, founders Ernesto Coppel and Mark Kronemeyer opened the first Pueblo Bonito resort, Pueblo Bonito Mazatlan, which was quickly considered one of the most desirable hotels in Mazatlan because of its combination of modern luxury and old-world charm.
How many rooms does Pueblo Bonito Sunset have?
Each of the 635 rooms is spacious and offers a kitchenette, flat-screen TVs, water-view balconies, and (optional) private hot tubs.
What state is Cabo San Lucas in?
Baja California SurCabo San Lucas / State
What was Pueblo Bonito used for?
Pueblo Bonito is amongst the largest and most completely excavated archaeological sites in the U.S. Southwest. It encompasses approximately 600 masonry rooms up to four storeys in height, as well as around 37 semi-subterranean masonry-lined structures (kivas), which were probably used primarily for ritual activities.