Luxury Resort and Travel Guide

Resort Report: Cabo’s Esperanza, Alan Wong’s Amasia, and Vegas Golf Vacation

This week’s Resort Report features a coastal Mexican gem with a note-worthy anniversary package, celebrity chef Alan Wong opens a new restaurant on the Hawaiian Islands and Sin City golf that’s no gamble on the pocketbook.

Esperanza Celebrates 10 Years of Luxury with Anniversary Package

Auberge Resorts just seem to have that certain something. Their ability to harness a truly experiential ambiance is one of the reasons the Auberge brand has solidified its place in the minds of luxury-loving vacationers. A prime example is Esperanza, an Auberge property on the coast of Cabo. This Mexican gem just beckons those seeking a relaxed state of mind, while living it up in the lap of luxury. We dare you to visit Esperanza’s Web site and not be immediately transported to your happy place.

Celebrating a decade in the luxury hotel biz, Esperanza is offering a sensational Anniversary package that includes: the fourth night free, special welcome amenity, complimentary bottle of the resort’s private label sparkling wine, complementary round trip airport transfers, complementary daily breakfast for two at Cocina Del Mar, and complimentary use of the fitness facility and yoga classes daily.

To Learn More: Esperanza Resort, 866.311.2226, www.esperanzaresort.com.

 

Alan Wong’s Amasia Opens at The Grand Wailea

Maui’s Grand Wailea has a new amenity in the form of Alan Wong’s newest creation, Amasia. In Amasia, Chef Wong presents visitors with the unique flavors of Peru, Spain, and Singapore, as well as other global destinations. Amasia features a sushi bar, robata grill and creative cocktails inspired by the restaurants global perspective on cuisine.

View the entire new menu by clicking here.

To Learn More: Grand Wailea, www.wailearesortdining.com.

 

Vegas Golf Vacation

Golf Summerlin, located in Las Vegas, is greeting longer days and rewarding golf enthusiasts with reduced Summer rates at its three convenient Summerlin courses. Beginning May 21, through September 23, players can tee off at Highland Falls, Palm Valley or Eagle Crest golf courses at the lowest rates of the year. Las Vegas locals and visitors are welcome to take advantage of the summer rates, which range from $20 to $50 per round (includes cart rental) and vary by time of day and individual course.

To Learn More: Golf Summerlin, 702.254.7010, www.golfsummerlin.com.

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