The Spa at Esperanza

Inspired by the restorative coastal desert environment

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Our wellness guru came to Esperanza with a vision of breaking down barriers and letting the outside in. As a result, when you enter the spa through weather-beaten wooden gates, you find yourself in a lush desert oasis, with plants and a palapa roof that lets the glorious Cabo sunshine filter in. Treatments harness the healing powers of local plants and take place in private suites with the door left discreetly open to the elements. It’s good for the soul to spend time in this award-winning spa, where tension melts away and a greater sense of inner peace is achieved. And it’s good for the body to combine such detoxifying treatments with core-strengthening workouts in our fitness center with floor-to-ceiling windows or out or on the beach, inhaling that fresh sea air.

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  • Open daily from 9am - 8pm
  • We invite you to arrive 30 minutes prior to your treatment to indulge in our water passage purifying ritual.
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Relax before your treatment
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Enjoy a moment of peace in our steam rooms
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Natural ingredients inspired by the Baja coast
My favorite treatment is the sun baked stone massage and cucumber lime facial. Emily Ward Guest

Our most popular spa treatments

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Auberge Attunement

Harmonize and revitalize the body with this active yet restorative blend of massage therapies.

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Auberge Antidote

Natural biorhythms are restored as your body is flooded with beneficial cleansing ions during an aromatic energy scrub.

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Auberge Head to Toe

Enjoy any full-body massage combined with a sea greens hair and scalp treatment. Finish with a salt of the sea foot revitalizer.


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Esperanza Products

Bring home the healing power of Esperanza. Our organic bath products nourish sun-kissed skin and will transport your senses back to Baja. The lively blend is created from a careful combination of tart Mexican limes squeezed fresh from the rind; vanilla imported from one of the first Malagasy-owned master distillers in Madagascar; a twist of litsea cubeba; and a hint of coconut massoia.