Hacienda Encantada located at the Corridor Tourist is a 100% Mexican family owned business, and now introducing Los Cabos to the Vista Encantada Spa Resort.
Vista Encantada is located on a hill facing the Sea of Cortez, with private access from the Cabo San Lucas Tourist Corridor. At night, the lights seen from the road resemble a picturesque Tuscan community.
“Vista Encantada is the result of a joint effort. We are betting on the destination! The Hacienda Encantada project is an area of 75 acres and every square yard offers a different product to our guests and partners.
We want to surprise you so you want to return. The new chapel with a beautiful cross illuminated at night is particularly captivating. I think it will become a local icon.”
From the very beginning, Hacienda Encantada was planned as a tourist complex that would offer an interesting range of vacation products: hotel, vacation club and fractional ownership in the new Residences Villas. The Vista Encantada hotel will add and complement the Hacienda Encantada offering, providing guests and partners with a different experience.
“Vista Encantada continues the tradition of Mexico Grand Hotels. The hacienda architecture features a more Tuscan style from the Porfiriato era that is highlighted with Mexican art. The design is elegant and stylized.”
The Spa Resort features superior category units of one to four bedrooms, a spectacular infinity pool on the terrace with a 360-degree view of the Gulf of California and the Pacific Ocean, and high-tech facilities for an unparalleled relaxation experience.
“We want our visitors to fully enjoy the colors, flavors and rhythm of our Mexico through the charm of the people, architectural beauty, Mexican art and the delicious variety of our cuisines.”
In Vista Encantada, guests can enjoy spacious units with one to four bedrooms, as well as exclusive 24-hour butler service, private chefs, airport transportation, in-suite massage and other amenities characteristic of Mexico Grand Hotels.
Vista Encantada is oriented toward families and couples looking for spacious comfort and quality accommodations. It is the ideal place to enjoy the tranquility of the surrounding complex. Opening August 2019.
Gabriel Macias Dueñas
What remains on the project list?
Continue the progress with Mexico Grand Hotels. Next is real estate.
There is still much to do and that encourages me, pulls me forward. Teaming up is important because the hotel requires 100 percent.
The hotel industry is alluring to me. Los Cabos has a very good inventory of timeshare and fractional ownership. I feel that now is the time to venture into the hospitality sector to add to the fantastic growth the destination has experienced.
San Jose del Cabo, the Tourist Corridor, and the Pacific coast deserve recognition because, right now, there is a tremendous number of large hotels. There’s the Maravilla, Le Blanc, Grand Velas, Montage, Garza Blanca and Solaz, to mention some.
On the Pacific, Paco Bulnes is building a very nice development. There’s also Ernesto who was the pioneer on that side, “the one who ventured to open the Pacific,” and Diamante development. San Jose del Cabo is not to be ignored. Questro has its marinas with hotels and they talk about great chain brands to come.
This excites me because the destination is growing! We have a lot value to show the world and we are competing on the highest level.
It is hard work. Some of us do this, others do that. If it rains, it falls on everyone. The concept of doing things right soaks into everyone.
Los Cabos is a secure investment because of the joint efforts of businesses and the support of the government. It’s a smart strategy we support because this is our home. The private sector participates because we believe in the union between entrepreneurs. There are major entrepreneurial leaders who work with medium and small entrepreneurs. One important item is money and that has helped make Los Cabos a safe destination. That is one of our strengths. The security here is not found in other tourist destinations in Mexico.