Announcing The Villa Pura Vida Cabo Luxury Rentals on the Sea of Cortez

Villa Pura Vida today announced the official launch of their Cabo Luxury Rentals property. Further information can be found at https://villapuravidacabos.com/.

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico - March 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Villa Pura Vida today announced the official launch of their Cabo Luxury Rentals property. Located inside the prestigious Villas Del Mar, only 20 minutes from the airport, overlooking the beautiful Sea of Cortez. From the lush garden entrance to the marble interior, glistening pool, outdoor cabana area, and ocean beyond, Villa Pura Vida marvels in exquisite reflections. Begin each day with sunrise over the Pacific Ocean. Villa Pura Vida welcomes you with an infinity pool and jacuzzi, a gourmet kitchen, and 4 guest suites. Our concierge will meet your every need and comfort.

Dining

We can arrange to have a private chef prepare and serve you breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Choices for on-site villa dining include the large granite island in the kitchen, and indoor formal dining room, the outside dining area, or the covered patio area. There are plenty of great restaurants just outside the Villas Del Mar gates.

Family Room

The family room opens fully to the covered patio, pool and chaise lounges, and views of the Sea of Cortez. It’s only a short stroll to the beach.

Guest Suites

This Cabo vacation rental has 4 large guest suites. The Master Suite and Guest Suite 1 have an ocean view.

Kitchen

The gourmet kitchen is fully equipped with beautiful blue Mexican tile and Viking stainless steel appliances. There is also a breakfast bar with 4 chairs.

Outdoor Areas

Enjoy swimming in a semi-circle heated infinity pool. Relax in the jacuzzi overlooking the Sea of Cortez or sunbathe in any of the chaise lounges. The expansive pool terrace offers hours of entertainment, spectacular views, privacy, and relaxation. There is also a covered patio with Sonos speakers and a fireplace. If you prefer to be out in the open, enjoy the firepit, gas BBQ grill, and foosball table.

Views

Our Cabo vacation rental has beautiful views of the Sea of Cortez. The peaceful water is visible from inside the Master Suite and Guest Suite 1, as well as the family room, dining room, and pool terrace. The home is just a 25 second golf cart ride to the beach with easy access to stroll along the shore, pick up shells, or watch the whales.

For further information about Villa Pura Vida or the new Luxury service, it can all be discovered at

https://villapuravidacabos.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Brian Rhoda
Organization: Villa Pura Vida
Address: fraccionamiento Portales, Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur 23405, Mexico
Phone: +1-214-914-0015

For more information, please visit https://villapuravidacabos.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 313666

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