Hacienda Encantada introduces Stargazing Dinner Experience

Capitalizing on the clear sky above the secluded resort, Hacienda Encantada Resort & Spa in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, is introducing an exclusive Stargazing Dinner Experience.

Now being offered at the resort year-round, the private Stargazing Dinner is perfect for special occasions such as proposals, anniversaries, birthdays, intimate celebrations, or simply a romantic evening. Included in the experience is a carefully selected three-course dinner with a celestial theme, a telescope that is positioned within close proximity to the dining table, along with a star and constellation map for guests to explore the sky at their leisure. This new dining experience can be offered at two exclusive locations on-site.  One location is El Mirador and beachside along the Sea of Cortez.  El Mirador, set high on a cliff, is the highest point of the resort overlooking the sea and Land's End.  Alternatively, guests can opt to dine beachside beneath a cabana covering.

"We believe in going the extra mile to provide our guests with the most enchanted experience when they stay with us at Hacienda Encantada," said Director of Sales & Marketing of Mexico Grand Hotels, Gabriel Ibarra.  "Being a part of our guests celebrations, and ensuring they have the most memorable experience is something we continuously strive for and pride ourselves on."

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The private Stargazing Dinner experience is available for booking beginning at $350 USD per couple. 

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