Breathless Hotel Day Pass – For the ultimate all-inclusive day time party in Cabo, Breathless Day Pass cannot be beat! Breathless is a chic and ultra-contemporary adults only hotel that opened in late 2015. The hotel itself has 169 luxurious guest suites and offers many unique guest packages including my personal favorite, the “Untying The Knot Package,” complete with a trash the memory ceremony (breaking a piñata with your exes face on it), a party cake, group photo shoot and more ($599usd for up to 6 people). But you don’t have to be a hotel guest to enjoy the fun at Breathless! For $1,990mxn or roughly $105usd (2×1 with Los Cabos Passport Card or $1,490mxn for locals with ID), you can purchase a pass which includes a day at the pool with unlimited top shelf cocktails and all you can eat breakfast, lunch and snacks. Choose from the breakfast and lunch buffet, order nachos, burgers and more by the pool, or sit down and dine at their beachfront restaurant. Other day pass benefits include a live pool DJ, foam parties, free Wi-Fi, valet parking and access to Medano beach. Massage treatments can be requested for an additional fee. The pass can be purchased at the hotel and is good from 9a.m. to sunset. While week days tend to be more chill, weekends are a nonstop party!
Aleta Seafood Bar & Grill at Cachet Beach Hotel – The Grand Opening for Aleta Seafood Bar & Grill was held on Saturday, April 29th with over 400 guests in attendance. I was blown away by the elaborate multi-level affair which included endless seafood, sushi, ceviche, delectable meats and cheeses, a tower of elegant deserts and refreshing cocktails and wine paired with live music and entertainers. Aleta has something for everyone including fresh caught seafood prepared however you like; fire-grilled, steamed or fried. They also have a sushi and raw bar, distinctively prepared Mexican dishes, tacos, steaks and more! Executive Chef Edgar Roman explains: “Our concept is based on respect for the ingredient. Looking to exalt their elements and properties…We seek the sustainability of both the regional ingredients and the local economy, because we fervently believe that if you get your environment to flourish, it will make yours grow.” Aleta’s Facebook page describes the atmosphere perfectly: “With a striking beachside view and laid-back vibe, Aleta Seafood Bar & Grill is the perfect spot for chilling out and savoring the flavors of Cabo!” Open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch from 7a.m. to 11p.m. Locals don’t forget to mention your 20% discount for BCS residents!
Crush Nightspot – Crush Nightspot is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. From delicious drinks and bottle service to go-go dancers, live drummers, dynamic lighting and some of the best local and guest DJ’s in town, Crush is not just a night club, it’s an experience! “Our staff is here to give the best service possible and to make the clients’ experience great” says Managing Operator & Entertainment Director Ricky J. Weekly specials include: Mezcal Mondays – 2x$150mxn Mezcal Zignum, Tequila Tuesdays – 2×1 Herradura, Whiskey Wednesday – $70mxn Jack Daniels, Locals Go Loco Thursday – Buy one bottle, get 50% off your second, Glow Fridays – Free glow gear and $2,000mxn Grey Goose bottles, Mash Up Saturdays – Live DJ vs. Drummer and Moet & Chandon for $2,000mxn, and Industry Night Sunday – 2x$80mxn Corona and Pacifico. Crush plays a great selection of music including hip hop, dance, EDM, Reggaeton and party music. Girls are invited to dance on the clear custom made stage above the main bar; “We want people to come have fun and get wild, I want girls to get up on the bar and dance and have fun” says Crush Owner Kevin Dennis. Coming soon in 2017, Crush will be the first club in Cabo to offer a new “Video Mapping Graffiti Projection Wall Mural.” Located on the corner of Plaza Bonita in the heart of Cabo.
The Spa at Pedregal – High above the winding cobblestone roads of Pedregal you will find the most charming boutique spa you will ever see, with sweeping panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. The spa pedicure (with peach bellini) was the absolute BEST I’ve found in Cabo! Pedicures were followed by a dip in the lap pool and relaxing in the warm Cabo sunshine. Massages range from $45usd to $375usd for the ultimate romantic sunset couple’s massage together with champagne and chocolate covered strawberries. Skin treatments include the jet lag facial, body scrub, full body sculpt and more. Ask about other special services including bridal hair and make-up, party packages, and daily, weekly or monthly gym memberships. Vinyasa flow yoga classes are held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 8:15a.m. or try yin yoga at sunset (5:45p.m.) each Friday. Yoga classes are $15usd per person (ask about special discount for locals). The Spa provides free shuttle service to and from your Pedregal villa or in-villa treatments for only $10usd extra/service. Open Monday through Friday 7:30a.m. to 5p.m., Saturday 9a.m. to 4p.m. and Sunday 9a.m. to 3p.m. After hour appointments available with 24-hour notice. Don’t forget to check out the boutique shopping area on your way out which includes many must have jewelry pieces, candles, bags, swimsuits and more!
Héctor Estrada Art Gallery – If you are looking for a stunning one of a kind art piece for you home, look no further than Héctor Estrada Art Gallery in downtown Cabo! Upon entering the gallery, you will find room after room filled with large vibrant paintings and unique sculptural pieces, all available for purchase. Estrada’s incredible works of art can also be found around town including Art & Sushi restaurant and the new Fat Tuna restaurant next to Squid Roe. The owner’s son and fellow talented artist Héctor Estrada Jr. explains: “His work is alive, because of that it can be indefinably contemplated by the successive generation of men.” Acrylic and oil painting classes are held upstairs at the gallery every Tuesday and Saturday from 4p.m. to 6p.m. “It’s an open painting workshop, where you can express your ideas using your own ways to do it but [at] all times with the help of the artist” describes Estrada Jr. Classes cost $100usd per month. You can find the gallery at the bottom of the road to Sunset (Calle Lázaro Cárdenas) across from Jo’s Garden Pizza. Look for the red house. Open daily from 9a.m. to 7p.m.
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