Casa Majani. The holistic approach to this property’s design focuses on simplicity while celebrating nature in a contemporary setting. This hacienda fuses starchitect design and accommodations with unforgettable service, food, and comfort. An open layout begs for relaxation, meditation, and relaxation, while two connecting pools, a yoga center, chef kitchen, and private beach are all Instagram worthy. Perfect for a family or a couples getaway, the 6-bedroom suites offer ample space for milestone moments.
Casa Fortuna. Hugging the tip of the Punta Mita peninsula, this 6-bedroom, 7-bath beachfront compound is coveted and ultra-luxe. Laid out like a boutique hotel, expect individual casitas, a gourmet kitchen, outdoor living from nearly every room, a private pool, and easy access to nearby golf.
To book your ultra-luxe stay at Casa Majani or Casa Fortuna please contact Peter Tibble or Lindsey Woodcock.
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A dramatic and comprehensive revitalization of the already established and highly regarded Esperanza Resort in Cabo San Lucas is decidedly buzz worthy. The intimate, 57-room beachfront property is anchored in a contemporary design that evokes the finest coastal Cabo living. The contemporary rooms are restyled with sun-kissed warm palette of soft neutrals and local Mexican handcrafted furnishings. The sea-facing terraced pool features new lounge spaces and cabanas, while cliffside dining at Cocina del Mar Restaurant and Lounge Bar features dramatic candle lanterns to illuminate the hand-woven palapa. Why wouldn’t you?
The book your own experience at Esperanza Resort please contact Lauren Maggard.
Camel trekking in the Sahara Desert, exploring the Blue City of Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains, winding through the busy medinas in Fes and Marrakech, savoring freshly caught fish at the port in Essaouira, or simply sitting at a cafe sipping mint tea watching the flurry of activity: Morocco is reminiscent of a bygone era.
Life in Morocco still exists as it did thousands of years ago. Though highways and cell phones have been introduced, the Moroccan people have preserved century old family traditions, making this country both romantic and nostalgic. One would never suspect, while nestled quietly in your riad, that right outside was a bustling medina with snake charmers, overflowing spices, and locals selling handmade carpets, jewelry, and pottery. The energy of the merchants and the market place is enough to keep you up all night enjoying the evening food market where you can sample fresh squeezed juices, olives, couscous and tagines. Morocco mesmerizes with its enchanting wonders.
To plan your romantic Moroccan adventure contact Courtney Sheeley.