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Pueblo Bonito Post - October Edition

The Pueblo Bonito Post: October Edition 2016. Everything You Need to Know About Mexico’s Favorite Oceanfront Resorts.
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Best in The World? Yout Bet!

We couldn’t be more excited to announce that all six Pueblo Bonito hotel properties have been named among the “Best in the World” by the savvy, well-traveled readers of Condé Nast Traveler. You’ll find them listed among the best resorts in Mexico in the magazine’s November issue cover story announcing the 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards.

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New Dining Options Coming Soon to South BeachFood halls have long been popular in Europe and other regions around the world, and now we’re bringing the concept Pueblo Bonito. Located at Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach, the Market at Quivira is set to open on December 22, and will offer a wide assortment of delicious dining options, together under one roof with shared, communal seating. The urban food hall will also include a full-service, 50s-style diner. With so much variety, the Market at Quivira is sure to delight guests!

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Introducing Hook & Cook at Pueblo Bonito PacificaDo you love fresh fish? Then this one is for you! Pueblo Bonito Pacifica introduces “Hook & Cook,” a chance for guests to fish from the shore and bring back their freshest catch to create our chef’s signature mesa de ceviches. The ceviche bar features an array of seafood, including Dover sole, baby scallops, and sea bass, as well as a selection of house-made goodies like smoked salsas, beet’s ink, and carrot- and habanero-infused oils and emulsions. Trust us, it’s a culinary experience of a lifetime.

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Golf That Fits to a Tee

When it comes to the world’s most spectacular golf courses, seeing is believing. But don’t take our word for it….click the video and picture yourself teeing off against this breathtaking Baja backdrop of windswept dunes, sheer granite cliffs and the shimming Pacific Ocean.

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