Press Release

Chileno Bay Resort And Residences Designated As Grand Award Winner In 2018 Andrew Harper’s Hideaway Report

CABO  SAN LUCAS,  MEXICO (January 8, 2018) Chileno  Bay Resort & Residences, an Auberge  Resorts Collection property and Los Cabos’ newest contemporary resort, has been recognized as a top rated hotel by Andrew Harper in the 2018 Grand Awards, a selection of 20 highly-rated hotels around the globe. The travel editorial brand recommends the most exceptional hotels and travel experiences worldwide after editors visited 16 countries and stayed in close to 150 hotels over the last year.  All of Andrew Harper’s recommended properties possess exceptional character, a commitment to classic hospitality and a profound sense of place. The results are published in the January 2018 special edition issue of The Hideaway Report, Andrew Harper’s member-exclusive monthly publication. The awards also recognize Chileno Bay Resort’s floating bar as one of the, “Most Unique Luxury Amenities” editors encountered this past year—highlighting the resort’s free-spirited beachfront lifestyle and amenities that offer visitors fun-filled experiences at every turn. “As we celebrate our first anniversary, we are honored to be recognized in Andrew Harper’s Grand Awards,” said Eliezer Quinones, general manager, Chileno  Bay Resort & Residences. “This award recognizes not only our unrivaled location on the swimmable shores of Chileno Bay, active experiences and amenities but also our staff’s commitment and passion for service that comforts and engages guests from the moment they arrive.”  “We could not be more excited for the recognition, it’s both humbling and energizing to be chosen as one of the best given the number of openings across the globe,” said Craig Reid, president, and chief executive officer, Auberge  Resorts Collection. “We are committed to offering our guests this level of helpful and genuinely warm service Andrew Harper editors have recognized us for, not only in Cabo but at our Auberge Resorts across the world.”