Caesars Entertainment Announces Development of Caesars Palace Luxury Resort in Puerto Los Cabos, Baja, Mexico
Caesars Entertainment Corporation announced plans to bring a non-gaming Caesars Palace resort to beach-front property along the coast of Puerto Los Cabos, Mexico. The hotel licensing strategy is part of Caesars’ plan to expand its brands into new global markets. The $200 million luxury beach front hotel will be developed by Grupo Questro, one of Mexico’s preeminent developers with over 30 years of experience and a diversified portfolio of projects that includes resorts, hotels, shopping centers, golf courses, and residential complexes. Caesars Entertainment will manage the property and receive a licensing and management fee. The non-gaming luxury beachfront hotel will feature 500 rooms and suites, a 40,000-square foot convention center, a 25,000-square foot full service spa, three fine dining restaurants, an array of amenities including an entertainment venue, pools, cabanas, fitness center, tennis courts and access to the two signature golf courses. The beach-front property will be situated in the Puerto Los Cabos Tourist Corridor and the San Jose del Cabo resort city on the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula.
JSAV Mexico starts operations in Puerto Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit.
With an important investment in high-end technology, JSAV makes our way to the Mexican pacific to continue serving clients with top quality event production support services. Since 2017 Puerto Vallarta’s area has become the second most important destination in Mexico, just after the favorite Cancun. With the offer of 23,000 rooms and the opening of new convention centers, the area has become one of the most popular places for meetings, conventions, and inventive groups. JSAV now offers the same services and we guarantee the highest levels of production and quality service that we have been providing for years in our other locations and all across Mexico. The investment includes an extensive inventory of audio, video and lighting as well as a new warehouse for scenic development and construction. Operations officially began in February 2018 with great success and the support of local hotels, DMCs and meeting planners. Puerto Vallarta is not just a natural paradise, it is one of the most secure places in Mexico. The rich culture is also valued by visitors from all over the world. The future is proving to be very bright and with both public and private support, Puerto Vallarta will continue growing as a top destination for business tourism.
American Will Fly to Cancun with a 787-8 Dreamliner
American Airlines announced recently that it will operate some of its routes to Cancun, Mexico with Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft, in a three-times-per-week schedule, both from Chicago O’Hare and Dallas-Fort Worth. Normally covered by smaller aircraft, such as the A321 or 737-800, the change aims to offer an improved passenger experience, with a three-class layout including 28 business seats with flat-beds and direct aisle access. The rest of the aircraft’s offering includes 55 Main Cabin Extra and 143 economy seats. “With the operation of the new 787-8 in Cancun, passengers will have a cutting-edge experience with state of the art technology for comfort and entertainment,” said Jose Maria Giraldo, American Airlines’ Director for Mexico. “We are proud to offer this new, wonderful product”, he concluded. Starting on November 4, the full schedule for AA’s Dreamliners will be completed by December 19, with the following schedule:
Chicago O’Hare to Cancun
AA1417 ORD 0825 – 1306 CUN AA1417 CUN 1400 – 1657 ORD
AA1503 ORD 1005 – 1449 CUN AA1503 CUN 1535 – 1831 ORD
The rooftop at the Cape, one of the 10 Best Rooftop Bars in the World
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico caught on a bit late to the rooftop scene, but its first (and currently only) high-rise bar was worth the wait. Say hello to the Rooftop at the Cape, a Thompson Hotel, which opened back in fall of 2015 and is still the undisputed place to see-and-be-seen in Los Cabos. Gaze at the Sea of Cortez, the cactus-speckled landscape, and the spectacular El Arco natural rock formation while sipping mezcal-forward cocktails.