- Outdoor barbecues and whirlpool tubs available with upgrade
- Additional amenities available at nearby sister properties
- Free valet parking
- High-speed WiFi is free and available throughout the resort”
A five-star resort with gorgeous Spanish Colonial architecture on Playa el Médano at the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula. The flagship resort in a group of three, the atmosphere is sophisticated, reserved, relaxed, and attracts an older crowd.
The resort features five different room categories which range from entry-level deluxe superior (one room) to sprawling three-bedroom penthouses with large living/dining areas, gourmet kitchens, and up to 4,316 square feet of floor space. The larger apartments feature full kitchens, separate bedrooms, jetted soaking tubs, and large balconies with barbecues. All rooms have free WiFi and flat-screen TVs.
Almost half of the resort’s property is occupied by a zero-entry, freeform pool. Artificial rock formations, waterfalls, and sand-colored tile on the bottom give it a lagoon-like feel, and there are plenty of poolside chairs with umbrellas.
Two on-site restaurants offer dining in a casual yet elegant atmosphere. La Casona offers American and Mexican fare for breakfast, then transforms into steak and seafood for dinner, accompanied by an impressive wine list and live piano music. La Parilla offers poolside dining for breakfast and lunch; lighter fare such as sandwiches and salads are available. Palmita Market is great for a quick bite or something cool to drink. And a romantic sunset dinner on the beach can be arranged with an elegant table for two, wine, and a deluxe dinner, all while surrounded by the glow of tiki torches.
In addition to Villa La Estancia’s two sister properties, downtown Cabo San Lucas is just ten minutes away. Stroll down Lazaro Cardenas Avenue, the main strip, and enjoy great restaurants, bars, shopping, music, and nightlife. Lots of activities, excursions, and tours are also available in town, including glass bottom boat tours, ATV canyon tours, city tours, snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, flyboarding, zip lining, deep sea fishing and whale watching.
While in Cabo San Lucas, make your way to the marina, rent a kayak or hop on a water taxi, and head out to Land’s End with its massive granite rock formations rising out of the Sea of Cortez. El Arc is the most famous – and photographed – natural feature in this part of the Baja Peninsula. Relax on one of the beaches – ironically named Lover’s Beach and Divorce Beach – and enjoy the spectacular scenery along the coast while basking in the tropical sunshine.