Stories of Pedregal: Christmas Tree Decorations at The Resort

The 2016 holiday season in Mexico brought with it a unique take on Christmas tree decorations at The Resort at Pedregal. With the resort grounds immaculately groomed with palm trees, lush lawns, and distinctive torote trees year-round, Christmas in Cabo San Lucas lends an exciting opportunity to showcase this shrubbery in a festive way. This year at The Resort at Pedregal, our torote trees were decked for Christmas in decorations inspired by the children of Mexico. The dazzling light and décor displays evoked the emotion of Christmas morning and the whimsy of youth, against the classic landscape of the Pedregal
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Pedregal Foot Massage

Mexican Folk Healing at Luna y Mar Spa

Luna y Mar Spa is The Resort at Pedregal’s signature spa experience, offering a variety of treatments that draw from the ancient traditions and culture of the region. These traditions have been handed down from generation to generation throughout the community and are now available for our resort guests. One such tradition is the presence of a “curandero,” or a spa guardian. These wise healers will guide you to bliss and optimum health with rituals like foot cleansing, allowing you to escape and unwind while reaching rejuvenation throughout the process. Consider having a consultation with curanderismo for this truly unique
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The Resort at Pedregal Cabo. New years eve 2016. Julieta Amezcua Photography. (2 of 182)

Stories of Pedregal: Christmas Trees of Mexico

We’re surrounded by beauty and tradition year round in Cabo San Lucas, but at no time is this more true than near the turn of the year. Christmas in Mexico brings pure magic, with each state carrying its own rich traditions, customs and culture into the holiday season.   Here at The Resort at Pedregal, the nation’s diverse ways of honoring Christmas all find a particularly beautiful home. Explore the significance of Christmas trees from three different Mexican states, and discover why each is so magnificently unique at our resort in Cabo San Lucas.   The Meaning of The Christmas
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Holidays at The Resort at Pedregal

The Holidays in Los Cabos

Dining, Drinking, and Much More The holidays are fast approaching, and the Resort at Pedregal is preparing for a whirlwind week of special events and celebrations. During Thanksgiving and from December 24th through New Year’s, we’ll combine our Mexican heritage with the spirit of the season to create a collection of memorable holiday experiences. The Resort at Pedregal will be serving a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner at our signature restaurant Don Manuel’s from 6-10pm. Open to in-house and outside guests, the feast will be served family style with our favorite holiday dishes. In-residence catering is also available for residential owners or
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Holiday Lights Welcome You to The Resort at Pedregal

Winter Holidays 2015: Christmas and New Year’s Events in Los Cabos

If you’re already looking forward to your next getaway now that summer’s over, you’re not alone! At the Resort at Pedregal, preparations are well underway for a sure-to-be magical 2015 winter holiday season. Combining our Mexican heritage with the spirit of the season, we’re looking forward to a collection of December events, ranging from romantic to family-friendly. At the Resort at Pedregal, everyone can participate! Christmas Eve in Mexico is observed as La Nochebuena, a festive evening marking the end of nine days of pre-Christmas celebrations called Las Posadas. Literally translated to English as “a good night,” La Nochebuena will
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Featured Chefs from The 2015 Art of Taste Food and Wine Festival

The Art of Taste Festival: A Celebration of Culinary Prestige

From July 15-19, 2015, The Resort at Pedregal hosted the fourth annual Art of Taste Festival, bringing together internationally renowned chefs, wine makers and top mixologists in an epicurean adventure led by The Resort at Pedregal’s Executive Chef, Yvan Mucharraz. The Cabo San Lucas food and wine festival opened Wednesday with a gala that allowed guests to meet and greet with mixologists, wine makers and chefs. On Thursday, the festival launched an array of cooking demos during which each chef prepared an easy recipe that guests could try at home. Guest mixologists and sommeliers paired featured drinks with the new
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Holy Week traditions in Mexico

  Historically in Mexico, the Catholic Church and religion had a strong influence on Holidays and Social events. Therefore, Holy Week in Mexico is not only a very important vacation, but is the most important week of the year for the Catholic Community. Celebrating Holy Week is one of the country’s most important traditions Holy Week or Easter Week is the commemoration of the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. It begins with Palm Sunday, continuing on Thursday and Good Friday as well as Holy Saturday and ends on Easter Sunday. Traveling through Mexico, you will see this tradition
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