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Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach: The Hotel With The World’s Most Beautiful Views

Spectacular clifftop property overlooking the Pacific garners No. 1 ranking

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Reviewers have reached a consensus: the most beautiful hotel views in the world are commanded by Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Golf & Spa Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, where pristine beaches trace the shores of the Pacific Ocean.

A recent study gathered data from TripAdvisor on hotel and resort properties with the most beautiful views, using searches for hotels with the keyword beautiful view in each state in the United States and each country around the world. Seven countries with hotels received more than 1,000 “beautiful views” on TripAdvisor. Five of those are in North America, with two (Singapore and Thailand) in Asia.

Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach, where pristine beaches underline epic views of the Pacific Ocean, placed first as the hotel with the most beautiful views in the world. “We were able to watch whales playing off the shore near the resort,” said one reviewer on TripAdvisor, “and the flowers and trees are beautiful, especially the hibiscus!”

It’s no wonder that Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Golf & Spa Resort topped the list. Terraced along a bluff high above the beach and sea, Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach provides a relaxing getaway from everyday life. Set within hacienda-style villas, the hotel’s beautifully appointed suites entice guests with panoramic ocean views from every room. In addition, the personalized service and warm hospitality at Sunset Beach complement a plethora of full-service amenities, including an award-winning spa, gourmet restaurants, six swimming pools, meetings and wedding services, private beach access, and a luxury all-inclusive plan.

There are several vantage points at Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach where the panoramic vistas are simply breathtaking.

For example, there’s no better place in Los Cabos to observe a dazzling sunset than the Sky Pool at Sunset Beach. Perched at the pinnacle of the sprawling resort’s terraced buildings, the Sky Pool, a two-tiered infinity pool that crowns a bluff above the beach, sits roughly 250 feet above sea level. It’s a perfect observation point for a postcard Cabo sunset, the sky streaked with shades of rusty orange and deep purple, the flaming sun swallowed by the sea at day’s end. From the Sky Pool’s elevation, Cabo’s epic sunsets seem to linger just a little longer.

Then there’s The After at Quivira, the stylish sports bar at The Market, the bustling food hall that adjoins Sunset Beach. Rare is the sports bar with a view of anything other than oversize flat screen televisions tuned to sporting events.  But The After is different. Directly outside the well-appointed bar is a spacious wraparound terrace with a superlative view of the sea. There are flat screen tv’s mounted on the exterior of The After where sports fans can watch the games, but most folks who meander to the terrace tend to settle into a comfy sofa angled to the deep blue sea.

LaFrida, the elegant fine dining restaurant at Sunset Beach, offers indoor seating in a candlelit room decorated with reproductions of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo’s work. But for those who want to savor exceptional Mexican cuisine al fresco, LaFrida’s spacious outdoor terrace offers seating with exalted ocean views.

For additional information on Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Golf & Spa Resort, access the web site at  https://www.pueblobonito.com/resorts/sunset-beach