Swim, golf, dine and relax at Baja spa resort
Rosarito Beach is a coastal resort city in the Mexican state of Baja California located approximately 30 miles south of San Diego. As for a place to stay while vacationing, Rosarito Beach Hotel is a Baja spa resort opened as a lodge for 90 years. The 500-room, full-service resort remains one of the most popular destinations offering old world grandeur, world-class restaurants, entertainment, lodging options and activities.
The Casablanca Restaurant is located near the beach, bringing the flavors of colorful, balanced and exquisite dishes. Visitors can also order unique cocktails and tapas in the restaurant’s lounge with a breathtaking view of the ocean. A traditional Mexican buffet at a folkloric ballet show is offered in the Salon Mexicano. The different wines can also be enjoyed at the Rosarito Beach Hotel, where once a month they host a wine tasting and dinner at Chabert’s restaurant featuring many of the local wineries.
Having a day at the spa at the Casa Playa Spa completes a relaxing vacation. When it originally opened in 1925, the Rosarito Beach Hotel was considered a vacation and health destination because the sea-swept air was both preservative and restorative. Early visitors appreciated the therapeutic effects of saltwater bathing and fresh ocean air. People were also drawn to the soul-satisfying aesthetics the seascape provided. The hotel’s oceanfront location gave early visitors the chance to enjoy one of nature’s most inherently beautiful landscapes: sun, sand and sea.
Casa Playa Spa has put together a variety of body services that can help achieve smooth and nourished skin. Natural products are used from the sea and earth. They are specially combined to restore and improve the condition of the skin as well as to detoxify and rehydrate, creating an all-over body glow. The staff consists of registered and highly trained massage therapists. They are educated on how to effectively relax muscles, increase circulation and improve joint mobility using light and deep tissue techniques.
Baja’s Gold Coast, the 60 scenic miles that stretch from just south of San Diego to Ensenada, offers some of the best recreational activities. Relax with some fishing. Explore the beach in an ATV or ride a horse alongside the water at sunset. Jump into a volleyball pick-up game, swim, surf, parasail or build sand castles.
Golf is a main attraction in Baja with two championship clubs located on Baja’s Gold Coast. Bajamar, located just north of Ensenada, boasts of 27 holes of Scottish-style links that play around and over the beautiful Pacific. The crashing waves and volcanic rock will demand the utmost in concentration from even the best golfer.
Real del Mar, located on the northern part of the Gold Coast, offers canyon-style golf throughout rolling hills all the while enjoying the natural beauty of the Pacific Ocean and Coronado Islands. The par 72 championship course boasts 6,400 yards of pristine course with six lakes and is a challenge for players of all levels.
Located just northeast of Ensenada, Guadalupe Valley offers great wine tasting. The Valley is home to about 18 wineries that range from small organic
wineries, such as La Casa de Dona Lupe, to L.A. Cetto, one of the most renowned and oldest wineries in Mexico.
Baja’s Gold Coast is becoming a mecca for artists and art lovers. Great art is everywhere, and going gallery hopping is becoming one the most popular things for people to do in Rosarito.
With beautiful weather, great service, breathtaking views and so many activities, Rosarito Beach is the perfect getaway. For more information on Rosarito Beach Hotel, visit rosaritobeachhotel.com or call 1.866.ROSARITO (767.2748)