Spa Resort

We discover that the vibrant friendliness, courtesy, and attentiveness we’re feeling is part of the Pueblo Bonito culture. The December 2016 opening of The Towers is part of a resort within a resort concept that Pueblo Bonito is thrilled to introduce. The overwhelming early response on The Towers is evident in a winter occupancy rate of 94 percent.

The sun rises, and we start the day with a hot cup of coffee on our balcony. Our suite’s sweeping view of the Pacific Ocean is a great way to recharge. We’re on vacation, so we saunter down for breakfast at the Peninsula Restaurant. We savor juice, fruit, and a croissant while observing the artistry of the early morning Towers sand sculptor. We are captivated watching Juventino shape a giant image of the sun on the beach. We learn that guests make special requests for what they’d like as tomorrow’s image. This breakfast is one for the memory books as we ponder what’s on our first day’s itinerary.

We are energized by our satisfying breakfast, so we sneak a glance at The Towers poolside activity board. The eclectic array of options have us thinking twice about staying in relax mode. The activity board reveals that, amidst perfect 82-degree temperatures, we can indulge in salsa dancing, beach yoga, blackjack strategy, Spanish lessons, learn the perfect Margarita recipe, or even take on Thai boxing. On our first day in paradise, boredom is nowhere to be found.

Ocean Golf, Whale Watching, and Best in Spa

Pueblo Bonito’s The Towers has aligned itself with some of the most famous brands in the world. None other than Jack Nicklaus designed Pueblo Bonito’s new golf course. A three wood down the beach from The Towers is the amazing Quivira Golf Course, an 18-hole layout featuring extreme elevations and more ocean holes than any course in Los Cabos.

If you wish to experience one of Cabos’ natural wonders, then an excursion is in order. Your concierge or butler can arrange for a whale watching tour. Los Cabos’ Pacific Ocean is famous for its steady humpback and gray whale migration during the winter months.
For many, simply relaxing is why they choose The Towers and Los Cabos. Plus, the word is out that Pueblo Bonito’s Armonia Spa is rated as one of the Top 5 Spas in the World. We are in a no-lose situation while contemplating healing therapies, anti-aging facials, or the intriguingly titled Four Hands Massage. At a destination where the air is exceedingly fresh, there is even a treatment billed as the RoyaL Oxygen Body.

Resort Luxury with Heart
After an excursion, spa treatment, golf, swimming at the pool, or a delicious meal at one of The Towers’ four restaurants, we decide to stretch a bit and explore the beautifully landscaped grounds. Five minutes into our walk we stop dead in our tracks and ask about the colorful ornaments hanging from the trees.

The courtyard trees showcase a family of glass hearts. Some are red, some are white, and some are gold. What is the story behind the hearts? At the core of this multi-million dollar resort is an unspoken pledge to honor the Los Cabos environment. In a destination where the air is so fresh and the marine life is so plentiful, the hearts are a reminder to nurture what draws vacationers to the Baja.
The hearts are created by a local artist from the hundreds of pounds of recycled glass that the hotel generates. Pueblo Bonito believes it’s important to give something back. This imaginative touch is another example of how The Towers is a luxury resort with heart. On our last day at The Towers, we bid farewell to Alexis, and take a deeply purposeful breath of extreme Los Cabos air. That’s when it hits us that The Towers at Pacifica has collected another heart. This time they’ve stolen ours.