Los Cabos, Mexico (September 22, 2021) - In honor of Mexico's Independence Month in September, Grand Velas Los Cabos ups the ante with a new ancestral food tasting to complement the resort's extensive lineup of offerings celebrating rich Mexican traditions all year long. At the resort's Frida restaurant, where gourmet cuisine is inspired by famous Mexican painter Frida Kahlo and her lover Diego Riviera, guests can taste pre-Hispanic delicacies like grasshoppers, chicatana ants and tetelas (cooked triangle-shaped corn masa) in conjunction with lesser-known spirits like Pox, Bacanora and Sotol. Onsite activities and experiences at the AAA Five Diamond Resort are inspired by Mexican history, culture, and traditions, which impart a rich sense of place for guests.
Grand Velas Los Cabos is part of Velas Resorts, a 100% Mexican owned hotel company who created the concept of ultra-luxury all-inclusive in the country over 30 years ago. The AAA Five Diamond property celebrates Mexico's rich traditions this and every month. In addition to a worthy representation of invaluable Mexican gastronomy, when it comes to beverage, insuite artisanal mezcal, Mexican wine and over 50 different tequilas and mezcals are offered at Tequila Mezcal Bar and throughout the resort complimentary in the nightly rate. Se Spa features spa treatments inspired by and using native products of the earth, like the Blue Agave Massage and Damiana Experience, as well as Spa Atelier workshops inspired by local Mexican culture and based upon the principles of ancient Ayurvedic medicine. Grand Velas Los Cabos art gallery furthers its commitment to showcasing the finest Mexican art in various media. Exclusively curated by San Jose del Cabo gallery owner Patricia Mendoza, the gallery features many of Mexico's leading artists, including Cabo natives Yandi Monardo and Enrique Vascó. Extra-large Frida and Diego mojigangas (puppets) and a mariachi are an authentic twist to weddings.
Culture-seeking travelers who want to uncover Baja's ancient legends and traditions can do so with unique experiences like a microadventure to remote rock paintings in the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains and an over-the-top wine getaway via private jet to Mexican wine country in Ensenada. Another WOW offering at the hotel - the world's most expensive taco for $25K USD. The culinary masterpiece is served on a gold flake-infused corn tortilla.
Rates at Grand Velas Los Cabos' all-inclusive resort start at $658 per adult per night in double occupancy and include luxury suite accommodations, gourmet meals, premium branded beverages, 24-hour in-suite service, nightly entertainment, taxes, gratuity, and more. For reservations or additional information, please call 1-888-407-4869 or visit https://loscabos.
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