Skip To Main Content Skip To Footer

4 night stay

Additional Options

Share your Stories

DearJournal@aubergeresorts.com

Stories from Chileno Bay

Stories from Chileno Bay

Do Secrets to a Seamless Cabo Wedding

As a longstanding member of Chileno Bay’s resort concierge, I’ve witnessed countless weddings, from beautifully intimate toes-in-the-sand ceremonies to extravagant all-out bashes with fireworks over the Sea of Cortez. But weddings at Chileno Bay are more than just day-of festivities. They’re gatherings of a couple’s most loved family members and friends. With some traveling hundreds, or even thousands, of miles to get to Cabo, the desire to get everything pitch-perfect can be high. Understandably, so can stress levels. That’s where Chileno Bay’s new Wedding Concierge comes in.

Ruben Alvarez, Wedding Concierge
Staff
View Details

Eat Dining With a Noma Legend in Cabo

Food plated

I didn't know what to expect when a large white radish, served on a bed of ice, was put before me. But I lifted its top to find it stuffed with slivers of super fresh striped bass, young coconut, green strawberries and a deeply flavorful dashi broth. Another great dish was the exceptionally tender grilled squid. Sunflower seeds are used a lot in Mexican cooking, and Chef Mads made a reduced jam from macadamia nut milk, sunflower seeds and petals to accent the squid. A feast to the senses!

Noma Fanatic
Staff
view details

Do Seeing the Baja Through the Eyes of a Top Danish Chef

I’ve worked at some incredible places throughout my career, but one reason I love being a part of the Auberge family is their brilliant programming. I’m especially looking forward to hosting Chef Mads Refslund for a special culinary weekend on March 13 to 15, 2020. Chef Mads is best known as a co-founder of the groundbreaking Danish restaurant Noma, which went on to receive two Michelin Stars and become the ranked best restaurant in the world by Restaurant Magazine four times.

Yvan Mucharraz Director of Culinary Experiences | Executive Chef
Staff
View Details

Drink An Agave Ritual at TnT

“What’s with the snake?” It’s a question I’m often asked at TnT, and for good reason. One of my favorite spirits, and one that’s displayed prominently on the counter of our open-air beachside taco bar, is Coyame Sotol, which has a whole rattlesnake curled up inside along with several scorpions. They’re said to give special healing powers. Here at TnT, we view “Caroline the Rattlesnake” as a cure-all, and bestower of good energy.

Osvaldo Vasquez Director of Beverage Curation
Staff
View Details

Play Los Cabos: One of North America’s Top Golf Destinations

Just over 30 years ago, golf was practically unheard of in Los Cabos. That all changed in 1987, when the 20-mile, sun-kissed stretch between the two towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo got its first golf course, the 9-hole Punta Sur, now known as the Course at Vidanta Los Cabos. While partially flat with modest views, it foreshadowed the future: a boom in Los Cabos golf resorts and the region’s emergence as a premier destination for golf, with more than a dozen championship courses and even more on the way.

Golf Fanatic
Guest
View Details

Do An Insider’s Guide to Sea Life at Chileno Bay

A favorite among Cabo San Lucas hotels on the beach, Chileno Bay Resort & Residences sits along one of Cabo’s most swimmable beaches, a half-mile stretch of golden sand that leads to some of the calmest, most tranquil waters in the region. The Blue Flag-certified beach is also home to one of Los Cabo’s best snorkeling reefs, where you’ll discover a hidden underwater world brimming with colorful sea life. “You’ll feel like you’re swimming in an aquarium,” says one recent fan.

Donaciano Aguilar "Dony" H2O Coordinator
Staff
View Details

Learn Don’t Miss these Highlights from our Art Collection

As you walk to Chileno Bay’s front desk, you will be greeted by a monumental steel sculpture by Sante Fe, New Mexico-based artist Will Clift—your first sign that art will surround you at seemingly every turn here. Enjoy a wide range of pieces from dozens of artists based right here in Los Cabos, elsewhere in Mexico, and across the U.S., showcased in the resort’s public spaces as well as in each guestroom, suite or villa. No two pieces are alike, though common themes of seascapes, desert landscapes, and natural elements abound.

Dulce Ponce Chief Concierge
Staff
View Details

Drink My Secret Tool for the Best Chocolate Drinks

Chocolate is revered all over the world, but perhaps no more so than in Mexico, where it dates back to pre-Hispanic times. Back during the Mayan and Aztec eras, cacao beans were used as currency, and those of the highest ranks were known to have drunk copious amounts of frothy cacao out of clay-wooden vessels. At COMAL, we offer a fun tableside experience that lets diners create their own hot or cold chocolate drink with a molinillo, a traditional wooden whisk that dates back thousands of years. But using the molinillo isn’t just for historical integrity—it’s the secret to soft, almost cloudlike foam.

Yvan Mucharraz Director of Culinary Experiences | Executive Chef
Staff
View Details

Celebrate Lasso Your Everlasting Love with this Romantic Mexican Wedding Tradition

A romantic Mexican tradition likely to have your wedding party reaching for the tissues, the wedding lasso is a heartwarming way to symbolize your eternal love and incorporate the rich, local culture into your special day. Whether strung with flowers, made of silver, or consisting of ribbons and rosaries, the lasso can be personalized with a material that is meaningful to the bride and groom. Traditionally placed on the shoulders of the couple by family members, the lasso is wrapped in a figure eight form to represent infinite love.

Brenda Flores Weddings and Events Sales Manager
Staff
View Details

Celebrate Love Can Walk On Water

Marking your steps towards forever, a bridal entrance is unrivaled in grandeur. Make this milestone moment your own, and craft a custom entry point to honor the bridge between bride-to-be and newly-wed. Whether it be traditional or avant-garde, let your dreams guide you. For one of our brides, this meant walking on water. Perhaps the most extravagant entrance we've crafted at Chileno Bay Resort was a custom pathway that led the bride over our pool to the ceremony. With a subtle change in music, wedding guests turned to see the first glimpse of their loved one dressed in white, gracefully making her way to say “I do” while seemingly floating upon glimmering water. Unanimous awe fell over the ceremony—and a swift reach for tissues. In crafting an uncompromising, custom bridal entrance, elevate your ceremony or reception with the details that tell your unique story.

Brenda Flores Weddings and Events Sales Manager
Staff
View Details

Go Sunrises are better than Sunsets

One of my favourite jobs here is turning guests into morning people. I oversee the arrival experience and I'll know guests are fully immersed in Chileno Bay when they discover that sunrises in Cabo are different. I can't specifically say what makes them so. Maybe it’s the reflections off the white sand of the beaches, the adobe-coloured desert dunes or the deep sea at dawn, reminiscent of a Monet painting; but it’s truly a gift to greet each day this way and see light like that.

Dulce Ponce Chief Concierge
Staff
View details

#AlwaysAuberge