Ritz-Carlton Reserve has expanded its portfolio to four with the addition of new luxury resort set in the dunes along the coastline of San José del Cabo in Mexico. Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve is located in the haven of Puerto Los Cabos and offers panoramic views of the Sea of Cortez.
Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve features 115 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites, many of which offer an individual pool and terrace, within 42 two-storey villas placed gently along the natural slopes of the land. All guests receive a tosoani, or private attendant.
Among Zadún’s 15 stunning room categories is the property’s signature villa, the Grand Reserve Villa, which offers 550 square metres of living space, two large bedrooms, five lounges, a pool, one Jacuzzi, a private kitchen, a gym, a living room, two full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms.
“Zadún, like each Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is a rare estate that allows guests to feel completely immersed in the stunning fabric of the destination,” said Lisa Holladay, Global Brand Leader for The Ritz-Carlton and Ritz-Carlton Reserve. “Through bespoke design, thoughtful amenities and innovative culinary offerings, guests of Zadún will enjoy a highly personalised, transformative experience completely unique to the destination.”
The guest rooms offer a modern expression of Mexican design that showcases the talent of handcrafters from culture-rich areas throughout Mexico, such as Oaxaca, Yucatán, Campeche, Mexico City, Jalisco, and Puebla. The rooms, conceived by uribekrayer, feature a careful curation and combination of materials, enhancing the natural veins of solid wood and stone throughout.
The property also has a one-of-a-kind, 2,744-square-metre Spa Alkemia, complete with a variety of customised, locally inspired treatments for solo spa guests, couples and small groups. Designed by the renowned TLee Spas – the team that also created the award-winning Spa Botánico at sister property Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve – Spa Alkemia’s name is a modern adaptation of the Spanish word alquimia, or alchemy, underscoring a focus on positive transformation.
A deeper understanding of the natural habitats in Baja California and the protected marine sanctuaries of the Sea of Cortez will be the focus of Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment program at Zadún. Offering activities for children, families, and adults, Zadún’s Ambassadors of the Environment will also pioneer a new environmental stewardship component.
Guests of Zadún have direct access to the sprawling Puerto Los Cabos Golf Course, adjacent to the hotel. The 27-hole golf resort features three distinct courses designed by Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus. The courses are perched above the Sea of Cortez and etched into rolling desert foothills, backdropped by the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains.
More at www.zadunreserve.com