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Events & News

02
Jun

The Ministry of Tourism granted Mexico Grand Hotels with the "H" prize.

Jun
02
 2017
About 3 week(s) ago by Hacienda Encantada No Comments
Yesterday, the Ministry of Tourism of Baja California Sur granted Mexico Grand Hotels with 36 awards for the different restaurants and bars of the prestigious brand that includes Hotel Hacienda Encantada Resort & Residences and Marina Fiesta Resort & Spa. Jesús G. Serafín Ochoa led the event... Read More
02
Jun

Hacienda Encantada Resort & Residences was awarded for third consecutive year with the "Elite" Award

Jun
02
 2017
About 3 week(s) ago by Hacienda Encantada No Comments
May 31st., Hacienda Encantada Resort & Residences was awarded for third consecutive year with the "Elite" Award, given by Interval International, the quality vacation exchange network. This event was privileged by the presence of Marcos Angostini, the company's VI president, also a regular and excellent guest at our destination... Read More
02
Nov

Thanksgiving

Nov
02
 2016
About 7 month(s) ago by Hacienda Encantada No Comments
Thanks Giving
A treasured American tradition has made its way over to Mexico. Spend your Thanksgiving holiday in Cabo San Lucas at Hacienda Encantada, and make memories feasting on Mexican delicacies like stuffed pork, tamales, cornbread pudding and turkey tacos, for a harvest with a twist that you're sure to be thankful for. Read More
02
Nov

Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead)

Nov
02
 2016
About 7 month(s) ago by Hacienda Encantada No Comments
Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead)
Feel alive on the Day of the Dead, Mexico's traditional two-day celebration of those who have departed. It is highlighted by a callejoneada, an exuberant procession through the streets of Mexico, where people visit altars set up to commemorate loved ones that passed. Festivities usually begin at dusk, and costumes consist of skeletons and cloaks. Read More