The Mar y Luna spa at The Resort at Pedregal in Los Cabos offers massages, detox rituals and relaxation healing techniques. Sound therapy is used throughout the spa to balance energy levels, while local healing practitioners use endemic herbs to soothe and “cleanse” visiting guests. The hotel also offers a special yoga package which includes beachside yoga instruction and moon night meditation.
Grand Velas Riviera Maya has a guest chef program that brings big names from across the country to their eight onsite restaurants. They offer everything from molecular gastronomy to authentic Mexican. You will find classic French cooking along with Asian fusion and Yucatecan. With some of the coast’s best restaurants, visitors often remark that the interiors and presentation don’t feel like a big all-inclusive at all – so they must be doing something right!
Mexico’s first overwater hotel, El Dorado Maroma has bungalow suites with glass floors and palapa-style roofs. as well as a glass-floored restaurant. There’s also onsite spa combining local traditions and plants to soothe away any worries you may have brought with you. As you can image, floating out there in the ocean there are plenty of watery activities to be had for those who just can’t get enough the great blue.