One&Only Palmilla Hosts World-Renowned Chefs, Christopher Kostow And Jean-Georges Vongerichten For A One-Of-A-Kind Thanksgiving Experience In Los Cabos, Mexico
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One&Only Palmilla, the iconic, ultra-luxury Los Cabos resort perched on the edge of the stunning Baja Peninsula, has announced a series of exceptional celebrations for Thanksgiving, starting from November 27. Two world-renowned celebrity chefs, …
One&Only Palmilla Welcomes Chef Sandro Falbo as Executive Chef
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One&Only Palmilla, the ultra-luxury retreat located on the edge of Baja Peninsula, has announced the appointment of Sandro Falbo as Executive Chef, who will lead the vibrant food and beverage offering at the legendary resort in Los Cabos, Mexico. …
One&Only Palmilla Launches Limited Edition Tequila With Clase Azul Spirits
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One&Only Palmilla, the ultra-luxury resort situated on the edge of the stunning Baja Peninsula, has partnered with Clase Azul Spirits to create a special edition, custom blend of Joven tequila exclusive to the resort. Inspired by the pristine views …
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One&Only Palmilla-a luxury seaside escape that sits at the edge of the Baja Peninsula, where golden desert sands meet turquoise waters.
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When your spirit needs recharging and your chakras are all out of whack, head to the rugged Mexican coast for shamanic healing, mindfulness and emotional harmony.
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As we begin our tour of the 250-acre property, I notice towering archways, the patter of an ornate fountain, palm shadows on whitewashed walls, saltillo terracotta tiles. History is inscribed on the walls: the resort was built in 1956 as a 15-room retreat for Don Abelardo Rodriguez, son of General Abelardo Rodriguez, the former president of Mexico. Walking ahead, with the Sea of Cortez stretching before me, I finally get my bearings. This isn’t a lone island; this is Baja California Sur; this is Mexico.
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I’ve come to understand that most vacations do not offer the relaxing escape they were intended for. There are just so many decisions to be made. First, there’s the itinerary development phase: poring over friend recommendations and Yelp reviews in order to avoid dining or staying at charmless tourist traps. Then, when you land, you have to navigate the transit system or chaotic taxi stand to reach your out-of-the-way accommodations. The rest of the time is spent ensuring that your days are filled with enriching activities, so you feel like you’ve really made the most of it.