Joshua Harrison designs villa suite in Mexico

The Resort at Pedregal
The Resort at Pedregal introduced the first suite from its new Villa Collection.

The Resort at Pedregal – a property located at the tip of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula – introduced the first suite from its new Villa Collection.

The Casa Bella Vista has two floors and three bedrooms (specifically, there are two master bedrooms and a separate guest casita), each of which with an en suite bathroom. The rest of the collection has six additional three- and four-bedroom suites.

Villa guests will have access to the entire 24-acre property.

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Designed by Joshua Harrison of Dallas-based Auriga Studio, the 4,391-square-foot space has a living room with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer views of the nearby marina and downtown Cabo. In addition to a full kitchen, there is an open balcony with covered barbecue areas with fire pits, as well as a private infinity pool with chaise lounges. The villas also has indoor parking, a laundry room and butler service.

The Resort at Pedregal

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