The properties’ desirability can in part be owed to its extraordinary location, as the enclave spans 2,000 oceanfront acres, encompassing a vast expanse of lush landscaped gardens and a three-mile stretch of pristine shores. Residents have access to a world class marina, which accommodates yachts of up to 400 feet, private beach clubs, an estuary, signature golf courses from Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman, a private sculpture garden, and a 12-acre cactus botanical garden.
Naturally, though, this especially scenic setting isn’t the only reason people choose to reside here. It’s also the appeal of benefiting from the outstanding service the Ritz-Carlton is known for, with the sense of place that can only come from owning a piece of the land. And as well as access to the resort’s facilities, residents can request the hotel’s full range of services, from in-home chefs to housekeeping.
To find out more about the Ritz-Carlton Reserve Hotel and Residences in Los Cabos, and keep up with the development’s progress, go over to www.ritzcarlton.com. As a $430 million project, it will certainly be extraordinary.