Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos

Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos

Palace Resorts creates a luxury escape amongst a striking landscape.

 

Images courtesy of Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos

It’s as if they are reading your mind. As you relax on your plush chaise lounge, infinity pool directly in front of you, Pacific Ocean and blue skies beyond, they appear at your side. Your drink—down to its last sip—is replaced with a fresh craft cocktail.

As you indulge in some well-earned dozing, you realize you haven’t made a decision since lunch, and you don’t mind one bit. Escaping—that’s what you’re doing. And Le Blanc Spa Resort is only too happy to assist.

With just 373 rooms, almost all with oceanfront and partial-ocean views, you’ll feel pampered from the moment you arrive at this adults-only property. Your biggest challenge at this new all-inclusive resort may be deciding whether you want to watch the sunset from your room, visit one of the six bars and lounges on-site, or head to the white sandy beach.

Relax. Your personal butler can help you decide as he opens your bottle of wine.

Choose from a menu offering lavender vanilla, pear vanilla or cucumber mint. We’re not talking about room service dessert, but rather your in-room aromatherapy menu. This isn’t the only way Le Blanc has tapped into health wisdom. Its most valuable resource, this striking location, offers a wealth of sea and sun, which pays off big time with your health and well-being.

“I designed the interiors of Le Blanc Spa Resort in Los Cabos to bring the spectacular outdoor setting into the property’s luxurious interiors,” designer, Francois Frossard says. “The stunning Sea of Cortez and hills that surround Los Cabos, provide the ultimate palatte for fresh and breathtaking décor, while at the same time keeping in line with the luxury lifestyle in destination.”

Once outside, you have your choice of four refreshing pools, among them an infinity pool, or beachside bliss with a never-ending view of the turquoise sea.

There’s no shortage of culinary adventure, including French-fusion at Lumiere, an intimate restaurant with a seven-course tasting menu, Blanc Asia, serving a diverse selection of Asian food á la carte. Blanc International, where every fare is paired perfectly with an ocean view. Blanc Italia, fine regional Italian cuisine with a seasonal approach, and brick-oven pizzas at Blanc Pizza.

In addition to delighting your taste buds with scrumptious dishes and top shelf drinks, you may choose to soothe your senses with a visit to Blanc Spa. The Hydrotherapy facilities inspired by Greco-Roman rituals are a health and wellness specialty, and complimentary with your stay.

Guests enjoy a resort credit, based on length of stay that can be put toward spa treatments, the beauty salon, a photography session or other options, such as tours.

Los Cabos may be “the” place to view humpback whales and other species from gray whales to orca, but at Le Blanc, you can enjoy the Ultimate Dolphin Swim Gold experience and swim with dolphins.

You can also use your resort credit to take a tour of San José del Cabo, less than 10 minutes from the resort. Shop, people-watch or visit the Mission of San José del Cabo, the southernmost mission built by the Jesuits during the Colonial period, established in 1730. This architectural gem was originally constructed near the beach but deemed too fragile, and moved inland.

Or visit the premier landmark of Cabo San Lucas, El Arco. This natural limestone formation is accessible only by boat.

At the end of the day (or anytime), guests have a number of choices for relaxation and rejuvenation, including architect Roberto Elias’s favorite spot. “Our goal was to have the ocean take center stage,” he says. “Just past the main entrance, you’ll stumble upon my personal favorite part of the resort—the terrace. This is a perfect spot to enjoy a cold drink, while indulging in deep blue views of the Sea of Cortez.”

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Heather Dorsey

Heather Dorsey is a contributing writer for Here & Beyond who doesn’t have a bucket list because she doesn’t want to let travel opportunities pass her by. She prides herself on asking “when?” if friends are looking for a travel partner. Some all-time favorite destinations include New Zealand, Amsterdam, Roatán, Québec, the BWCA and Paris. Locally, she enjoys exploring state parks, golfing and farmers’ markets. She holds a BS degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she double-majored in in consumer communications and psychology. She has a writing, sales, marketing and social media background. (And two cool teenagers).