2015 Mexico’s Leading Beach Resort:
Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto
The World Travel Awards™ is the most prestigious, comprehensive and sought after awards programme in the global travel and tourism industry. To be voted a World Travel Award™ winner is an accolade which many strive for but few achieve.
The Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto, which was nominated along with some of the best resorts in Mexico such as CUIXMALA, Rosewood Mayakobá, Riviera Maya, The Resort at Pedregal and The St. Regis Punta Mita Resort, has taken great pride in winning this important award. “This award has definitely brought a lot of big emotions and makes me feel very proud of the Company I represent. It’s very emotional to know that we have a tremendous amount of very good people that helped us achieve this award,” said Paul Moreno, COO of the Villa Group in Mexico, as he accepted the award. “This award represents a stepping stone in the recognition of the efforts of our team.”
Just a two-hour flight from Los Angeles, with its quiet beaches, scenic vistas, rich history and astounding natural habitat – and offering every modern amenity and truly exceptional service – Villa del Palmar is the perfect getaway for families, couples, honeymooners, friends and more. Set within Danzante Bay and the indigo waters of the Sea of Cortez, the resort features 4,447 acres of unspoiled beauty. Boasting both stunning ocean and mountain views, three outstanding restaurants, five swimming pools, a 39,000-square-foot luxury spa, beautiful beaches, tennis courts, miles of hiking trails, glass-bottomed kayaks, sport fishing, and a soon-to-open Rees Jones-designed golf course, Villa del Palmar has something for everyone. “Our plans for the future are to continue to grow with two additional resorts in Cabo San Lucas and one in Playa del Carmen. In Loreto we’re excited to open a Rees Jones Golf course in February of 2016. We will continue to focus on guest satisfaction and to make sure that everyone that visits us leaves with a beautiful experience,” says Moreno.