Leave the crowds behind, and the frenzy, too, when you head to your villa in Los Cabos, Mexico. At Villa 431 along the calm waters of the Sea of Cortez, there is no fuss, no muss, no drama, no tangles. It’s just you, or you and your most intimate companions taking in all the serenity this villa in Mexico was meant to deliver.
The relatively compact specs of this Los Cabos beachfront villa are what make it so attractive. The villa’s 3,400-square-foot spread has only three bedrooms – and one of them is a twin room designed for kids. That means no unexpected knocks on the door from relatives and friends that just decide to show up. This is your time, family time, couples time and quiet time.
Décor throughout the bi-level villa is eclectic Mexican classic. All elements of this Los Cabos villa are meant to soothe, not stun, and flow into each other in subtle flourishes of unexpected detail. Find travertine and Mexican tiling, high sculpted and beamed ceilings, dark wood furnishings and wrought-iron accents.
The two master bedrooms come with private terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows, and grand bathrooms adjoining. Breakfasts can mean coffee on your bedroom terrace, brewed by your villa chef and delivered by your villa butler at precisely the time you request.
The kitchen is down the stairs and flanked by a granite breakfast bar where eggs are done the way you want and served up with fresh fruit. Dinner can be enjoyed in the formal dining room on a grand table that seats eight. Lunch is definitely alfresco by the pool, a sparkling dipping arrangement fed by fountains and complemented by a Jacuzzi overlooking the shore and the grassy lawn in front of the terrace.
Comfortable chaise lounges by the pool and an outdoor dining table for eight with a granite counter for buffet style meals keep vacation life where it belongs – outside, where rapturous views mix with pounding of waves and remind you always of why you came this way.