Cabo’s most exquisite wedding destination

My Quivira Los Cabos vacation started two days before my trip when my personal butler, Leopoldo, emailed me introducing himself and welcoming me before my arrival. In the email, he asked if I had any dietary restrictions and what time my flight landed.

What I enjoyed most about Quivira Los Cabos while staying at the exclusive and luxury adult-only Pueblo Bonito Pacifica, is how guests have the opportunity to visit, dine and experience three other Pueblo Bonito resorts in Cabo San Lucas.

It’s an ideal beach wedding destination in Cabo San Lucas.


Checking into The Towers at Pacifica, we entered the exclusive Whale Watching Lounge for guacamole and chips, beverages and a light lunch, before being escorted to room 1641. Leopoldo took a picture of my passport for registration purposes and left me his cell phone number. He was available to assist me throughout my stay, offering to make beach cabana reservations, pack and unpack my suitcase, iron clothing, and make transportation and shuttle arrangements.


On my king-size bed was the word “Welcome,” arranged with beautiful glass pebbles. There were 10 pillows of different sizes, some functional, and others decoratively displayed. Guests receive a pillow menu to choose what type of pillow they prefer for an optimal night’s sleep. Two large white bathrobes were hung next to the expansive shower, which had two types of shower heads. My favorite spot in the room was the balcony with two chairs overlooking Aire Aquabar, a swim-up bar attached to the expansive infinity pool and the Pacific Ocean. Especially at sunset, the views are exquisite.


Throughout my four day stay, I noticed a wedding party celebrating by the pool, enjoying spa treatments at the onsite Armonia Spa, hitting a round of golf at the Quivira Los Cabos Golf Club, dining at the Peninsula restaurant, and finally participating in one of the most beautiful weddings on the sand overlooking the Pacific Ocean.


Near our final day, we took a shuttle to the nearby Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach to visit to The Market cultural dining venue, and sip a Mexican cocktail on the terrace of The After at sunset. As the stars illuminated the coal black sky, we splurged and enjoyed an intimate fine dining dinner at the candlelit La Frida restaurant.


For breakfast one morning, we took the shuttle to Pueblo Bonito Rose’ for breakfast and  strolled next door to explore the original Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos and later enjoyed lunch. This were water activities right on the beach. Guests at any of the resorts can rent a paddle board, kayak, or swim in the warm Cabo water.


The staff at the four Pueblo Bonito resorts will arrange for guests to go on fishing and whale-watching excursions out of the Cabo San Lucas Harbor. We boarded a specialized, inflatable Cabo Adventureboat on the first day of humpback whale season for a whale-watching adventure. Cabo San Lucas is a worldwide hot spot to see whales betweeb December 15 – April 15, because the warm waters are breeding areas and a migratory stop for humpback whales in the Pacific Ocean. Our guide, Beth, and the captain of our boat got us close to two 50-foot pregnant humpback whales swimming in their natural environment. Beth was very informative about these ocean mammals, as well as the dolphins and sea lions who came up to our boat.


Back at the resort, the wedding party tables were set in the sand and on the pool patio for a sunset reception. A DJ started playing music while the party sipped champagne and danced into the late evening. Pueblo Bonito Pacifica is an ideal wedding destination for the bridal party and guests to experience Cabo San Lucas. To learn more, go to Pueblo Bonito Resorts.

This article was featured in Luxe Beat Magazine .

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