Solmar Hotels & Resort Unveils Safe Travels Stamp and New Offerings

Mexico, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur. July 09, 2020

Solmar Hotels & Resorts unveils new offerings now that travel to Los Cabos has safely resumed. Solmar Hotels & Resorts is considered the pioneer of tourism in Los Cabos as the company was responsible for bringing electricity, connectivity and infrastructures to the once small fishing village in the 70s. Solmar now has close to 1,000 rooms across its collection of seven all-suite resorts in Cabo's most desirable beach locations. The Solmar Group is unveiling new private experiences, travel deals and safety updates.

Safe Travels Stamp

Los Cabos is one of the first destinations to receive the coveted stamp of approval for safety protocols from the World Travel & Tourism Council. WTTC designed the special "Safe Travels" stamp to enable travelers to identify destinations and businesses around the world which adopted its health and hygiene global standardized protocols. All hotels within the Solmar collection have also obtained the "Safe Travels" stamp.

New Private Experiences

Grand Solmar Land's End is set along the golden sand beaches of Playa Solmar at the southernmost tip of the Baja California peninsula. Guests enjoy unobstructed ocean views from everywhere on-site and ultimate privacy in a cove-like setting. The resort is offering a private full moon dinner with five-course meal and star gazing experience on the sand overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Other new private activities include cooking classes, mixology lessons, tequila tasting, wine making, and tortilla and mezcal classes.

Newest Golf Course in Cabo- Now Open

The new Greg Norman Signature course at Rancho San Lucas has been lauded one of the top openings of the year and one of the best courses in Cabo. The multi-themed layout offers sweeping ocean views from every hole, including five holes on the beach and a signature island green. The course is now celebrating its official grand reopening. The Rancho San Lucas Golf Club has recently acquired a fleet of Skooza golf scooters, a self-balancing, 100% electric, zero emission fat-tire scooter designed for single-rider mobility-perfect for social distancing.

Solmar Standards in Safety & Care

The brand has implemented "Solmar Standards in Safety & Care" to ensure the highest levels of prevention control across all resorts. New health and safety highlights include contactless temperature measuring stations for guests and employees, luggage and shoe sanitation services, new restaurant and pool furniture floor plans, enhanced room service and take away options, and electronic QR code scanning for menus at restaurants. Mattresses and pillows will be cleaned daily using a high-tech fogging machine and sanitizer spray will be used throughout the AC vents in guestrooms. New state of the art technology will be unveiled so that guests can check in and out electronically and use their mobile devices to unlock and enter their guestrooms. Doctors are also available on-site 24/7 and an isolation room plan has been created in case it's needed.

Hot Travel Deals

Solmar Hotels & Resorts is offering some of the best rates to ever be seen in the popular vacation destination with a three-night stay at Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa starting at $419 for the TOTAL cost + room upgrades based on availability. Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa is a AAA Four Diamond oceanfront resort located just a few steps from the iconic El Arco offering stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. Travel is good through December 20, 2020. See more details here:

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