Los Cabos, located at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, is a destination where the sun shines 350 days a year. In the same day, you can see the sun rise over the sea and the sun set over the ocean.
According to the Dallas Morning News, "It's the perfect destination for sun lovers, luxury travelers, action-seekers, romance-minded couples, spa-tarians and tequila mavens. Flights are a couple of hours from Dallas and available at just about any price point."
Since the Dallas-Fort Worth area is the region's second-biggest draw for visitors (behind only Los Angeles), Dallas freelance writer, Connie Dufner, visited and provides her account of the booming tourist region.
Grand Velas Los Cabo stuck out with the "aaah" factor. Here's what Connie had to say about it –
"Grand Velas is Los Cabos' most recently opened luxury all-inclusive hotel, putting to rest the notion that all-inclusive hotels are alike. Grand Velas is larger than the average Los Cabos hotel, with 303 suites at nearly 1,200 square feet each, featuring private terraces with sitting areas, high-end coffee makers, and butler and concierge service. Six restaurants and an on-site convention center round out the offerings."
Click here to read the full article from The Dallas Morning News.