Los Cabos Style & Travel Guide
It’s officially vacation season, and I am in full gear assisting my Style Coaching clients in creating outfits for their vacations. Recently, I had the pleasure to get away myself in Los Cabos, Mexico with my sister and mother. We so enjoyed the quality time as we celebrated my mother’s 60th birthday!
From staying at a fabulous resort and discovering amazing restaurants in the area to relaxing poolside and attending a cooking class, I want to share with you all the details for when you plan your trip there. And of course, I’ll start with what I wore while visiting this beautiful part of the world.
What I Wore:
When packing shoes and accessories, I choose versatile, neutral ones that can be paired with many outfits like my metallic clutch, slides and nude block heel sandals. I also included my favorite stylish carry-on that can double as a beach bag for you to shop below!
Shop my looks below:
One & Only Palmilla
During this trip, we stayed at the One & Only Palmilla. It is located on a secluded bluff overlooking the Sea of Cortez and has an amazing spa!
Las Ventanas Al Paraiso
Las Ventanas al Paraíso lies between the two capes that gave Los Cabos its name – San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas.
Nido translated from Spanish means “nest.” Its latticed, nest-like structure is surrounded by elevated walkways, appearing to float on water. “With an international ceviche menu and innovative handcrafted cocktails, Nido draws inspiration from Spain, Mexico, and Peru.”
Floral Farms – Field Kitchen
Flora’s Field Kitchen of Floral Farm strives to only serve what they make, raise and grow. The menu is seasonal with all produce and herbs grown at the farm. All meats served at Flora’s Field Kitchen come from their nearby 150-acre ranch where animals are humanely raised on diets that do not include hormones or antibiotics.
Seared – One & Only Palmilla
Seared, a new steakhouse at the One & Only Palmilla, showcases the finest cuts of meats and serves the freshest seafood with an elaborate wine list.
The atmosphere of Arbol, a restaurant at Las Ventanas Al Paraiso, is breathtaking with its sculpted trees and lanterns hanging from them. The cuisine has Asian influences with exotic spices from India and the Far East.
One of my favorite experiences was attending a fun and interactive cooking class at Flora Farms. We learned how to make regional salsas and corn tortillas the old-fashioned way! Floral Farms has it all – a market, spa and other experiences! We absolutely loved this place!
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