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Pueblo Bonito Post - September Edition

The Pueblo Bonito Post: September edition
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To Market to Market

Introducing The Market at Quivira, a modern market filled floor-to-ceiling with gourmet goodness. Located at Sunset Beach, this urban food hall-style market offers our guests a wide assortment of food and drink, including Mexican, Asian and American favorites, plus a candy store, crêperie, chocolate shop, deli and pizzeria. With the exception of the chocolate shop, guests can enjoy it all on their all-inclusive plan. Bon appetit!

The Art of Service
There’s a fine art to great service and you won’t find a finer example of it than at our soon-to-debut Towers at Pacifica. Every suite in our intimate new resort-within-a-resort has its own dedicated butler providing round-the-clock service. Trained by the internationally renowned British Butler Institute, your butler will happily cater to your every wish and whim, ensuring an unforgettable experience.

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Get Rooted in Culture
Two festive October events celebrate Mexico’s rich cultural heritage. Make plans now to be in Mazatlán for Culinary Roots Mazatlan 2016, October 27-30, and the Mazatlan Cultural Festival, which kicks off October 6 and continues through December 16. Culinary
Roots Mazatlan 2016 is a four-day gastronomic showcase of traditional Mazatlan cuisine, mixed with craft beer tastings and cooking demos and more. The Mazatlan Cultural Festival showcases performances of classical dance, literature and visual arts,
music and theater.

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A Spash of Luxe

When the iconic W magazine went scouting for a photo feature on the world’s most luxurious hotel pools, its editors naturally couldn’t resist the chance to showcase our picture-perfect oceanfront swimming pool at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort in Cabo San Lucas. A palm-lined expanse of sun-kissed luxury, this graceful, gently curved gem is a showstopper.

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