Talk of the Town – LCM #45 Winter 2017

Talk of the Town – JW Marriott Gilds the Lily.
Café des Artistes is the epitome of fine dining and the third such gastronomic eatery by visionary founder, chef Thierry Blouet. Thierry has combined his French heritage with Mexican flair, creating outstanding dishes in a grand environment at the year-old JW Marriott Hotel & Spa located in Puerto Los Cabos.

Book It – LCM #45 Winter 2017

Book It – These hotels represent the Los Cabos of the future and the region’s simultaneous efforts to celebrate its natural wonders and charm and accommodate a new wave travelers who won’t settle for anything but excellence • By Sandra A. Berry.
When it comes to major vacation destinations, Los Cabos is but a baby. Flash back 50 years, and Cabo San Lucas was a sleepy fishing village.

Outside the Box – LCM #45 Winter 2017

Outside the Box – Real estate veteran Carol S. Billups explores some unexpected finds in Los Cabos.
Outside the Box – LCM #45 Winter 2017Loyal Los Cabos readers know there’s great diversity among the region’s real estate listings. But this abundance of options goes beyond golf or beach views, one story or two. Here we highlight three exciting options: a high-tech smart house, a fixer-upper, and an unplugged oasis.

New Again – LCM #45 Winter 2017

New Again – With its Twin Dolphin master-planned community, Ohana Real Estate Investors aims to honor Los Cabos’ history and explore new levels of luxury.
Ohana Real Estate Investors looked to the iconic Hotel Twin Dolphin for inspiration in naming its ultra-luxe 1,400-acre master-planned community in Los Cabos. The project is already under way on both sides of the Transpeninsular Highway at Santa María Bay, between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo.

The Seas Spell – LCM #45 Winter 2017

The Seas Spell – Famous explorer Jacques Cousteau once said, “The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder
forever.” Prepare yourself to fall under the spell of the Sea of Cortés.
The Sea of Cortés—or the Gulf of California, as some people know it—is an amazing body of water that spans 68,000 square miles and borders the Mexican states of Baja California, Baja California Sur, Sonora, and Sinaloa. It is home to some 900 islands and islets, which have been called a natural laboratory for the investigation of speciation.

Raise the Flag – LCM #45 Winter 2017

Rise the Flag – Why three Los Cabos beaches are a cut above the rest.
Los Cabos is paradise for beach lovers, with dozens of gorgeous, golden-sand-covered shoreline stretches featuring spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortés, as well as world-class conditions for water-based activities like swimming, snorkeling, and surfing.