Villa La Estancia Beach Resort & Spa Los Cabos
The Place to Stay in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
The Place to Stay in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
It is an honour to have our State included in the list of destinations using the Safe Travels stamp; we are hugely supportive of the global protocols as the health and safety of our travellers is our priority.
~ Carlos Mendoza Davis, Governor of the State of Baja California Sur
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Excellent Place for a Large Group I stayed with 9 women in a 3 bedroom Villa and I couldn't recommend it enough. The jacuzzi on the balcony was amazing, and there were plenty of space for all of us girls. I loved the pool and it was a short walk on the back to the town. The hotel was a little more quite then I had expected however it was perfect for a group of women in our 30s! I will absolutely stay here again, the next time I'm in Cabo with a large group! More
Beautiful views, warm gracious staff, we will be back! The Resort was lovely. Our penthouse was beyond gorgeous! The staff were warm, sincere and gracious, they are what made the trip that little extra something that will bring us back again and again. Our concierge, Vlad, made our trip the very best!
Only a few hours south of Hollywood, in the luxurious, yet exotic, Baja California, Cabo, as it’s known by those who know it best, features your own playground, too: Villa La Estancia.
Loosely translated, La Estancia means “a place to stay,” and that place waits just for you, where the Mexican desert meets turquoise waters, where infinity pools stretch into the Sea of Cortez, and where you can live the life of a jet-setting star.
Buying or renting your own private resort — a villa, condo, or penthouse on Medano Beach — is a not only a place to lay your head, but it’s relaxation and romance that you’ll find under a beach umbrella, or under the stars, before you slide under the covers.
Only a mile from downtown Los Cabos, Villa La Estancia puts you within striking distance of some of the world’s best nightlife, where you can catch a glorious sunset, a glamorous superstar, or fall in love with your traveling companion all over again.
A former fishing village transformed into a celebrity mecca, Villa La Estancia and Cabo San Lucas offer all the richness of a down-haute trip into an exotic world — the thrill of a Third World journey with the luxury of a five-star experience.
Play a round of golf amidst emerald greens, dive with whales at Gordo Banks, or swim with dolphins in crystal water; you can even take a camel ride through the Desert Park Natural Reserve.
Afterward, take in one of the trendy eateries and quaint cafes in and around Cabo, or go shopping at the finest boutiques or fun, local favorites. If neither of these interest you, simply stop altogether, slather on the sunscreen, and soak up the rays.
Don’t forget about the beaches — From the serene beauty of Playa del Amor and the Sea of Cortez to the surfing magnet of Zippers, you’ll find your own spot to spend your days.
Sunny and serene, magical and mysterious, at Villa La Estancia, each privately owned condominium welcomes you with lavish furnishings and all the amenities of home, only here, you’re surrounded by spectacular views that you won’t find anywhere else. Sculpted rock formations will keep you guessing, while nature’s own light shows dazzle from sunrise to dusk.
Don’t just catch a shooting star — Live like one. When you visit Villa La Estancia, the place to stay in Paradise, you’ll experience more than just a vacation; you’ll make memories that last a lifetime.
Where is Villa La Estancia Beach Resort & Spa Los Cabos located?
Is there an all-inclusive option at Villa La Estancia Beach Resort & Spa Los Cabos?
Are resort/hotel services available at Villa La Estancia Beach Resort & Spa Los Cabos?
Are there restaurants at Villa La Estancia Beach Resort & Spa Los Cabos?
Is there a spa and/or fitness center at Villa La Estancia Beach Resort & Spa Los Cabos?
Yes. There is an executive fitness center and also a full spa. There is no charge for using the fitness center.
Are there tennis courts at Villa La Estancia Beach Resort & Spa Los Cabos?
Yes, there are two private tennis courts at Villa La Estancia and two additional courts at Villa del Palmar (lighting available at a small charge).
Is there a children’s program or babysitting at Villa La Estancia Beach Resort & Spa Los Cabos?
With a private rental at Villa La Estancia Beach Resort & Spa Los Cabos, do I have the same privileges at the resort?
How do I get from the airport to Villa La Estancia Beach Resort & Spa Los Cabos?
The airport is at San Jose del Cabo (SJD). It is about a 40 – 45-minute drive to Villa La Estancia. The concierge can prearrange transportation for you. Here are the current rates:
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Why reserve a villa or penthouse through Cabo La Estancia?
When you reserve through the resort directly or another website such as Expedia or Hotel.com, one of the most common misconceptions is with regard to the one-bedroom unit. It is rented as a ‘hotel room’ when, in fact, there are no hotel rooms in the resort.
This ‘hotel room’ is comprised of a 2-bedroom, 3 bath condo, divided into two parts, Side ‘A’ (1 bedroom, 2 bath, kitchen, living and dining areas) and side ‘B’, known as a ‘lock-off’ (1 bedroom, 1 bath, with a separate entrance, 2 Queen Beds or 1 King Bed, depending on the unit).
This is often referred to as ‘The European Plan’ and the problem is both side ‘A’ and side ‘B’ share a balcony, divided by a grass lattice screen.
A client renting through our website, Cabo La Estancia, will never need to share the balcony because we never rent out the ‘B’ side lock-off. We only rent the ‘A’ side, thereby, preserving your privacy. Other sites will not explain this fully and will rent both sides.
Are there benefits of reserving through Cabo La Estancia versus VRBO or other sites?
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May we use the facilities at Villa del Palmar?
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