Lea Lane is a travel expert that collaborates with The New York Times Travel Show, Huffpost, Salon, and the Daily Beast, The Miami Herald, Forbes and Gannett Newspapers just to name a few. She recently published the following article on The Finisterra Suites Los Cabos:
Among my favorite edge-of-water destinations are Baja California, where desert meets sea; The British Virgin Islands, unspoiled and languid; the Spanish coast, with mountains, gorges and historic buildings; and Italy’s Amalfi Coast, the spectacular 33-mile stretch of lemon groves, historic villages and drop-dead views. If you can get to any one of these destinations, and then stay on a cliff overlooking the sea, it doesn’t get much better — or more romantic.
For lodging on the edge of some of the loveliest places on earth, and maybe a perfect valentine gift for someone really special, read along:
The Hotel Finisterra (where Keith Richards was married) is now Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos, a 5-star, all-inclusive resort. Situated on a cliff at the tip of Baja California Sur, this property features a pristine beach and cliff views, and is only a short walk from downtown Cabo San Lucas and its marina, with restaurants, shops, nightlife and water sports.
Set near the famous Land’s End Arch, the desert meets the Pacific Ocean to create a serene atmosphere along with spectacular views from each of the 250 rooms. Three pools lead from the hotel to the beach, with Jacuzzis and poolside service. The resort also features impressive buffets and panoramic views at Don Diego restaurant, along with three a la carte restaurants featuring cuisine from Mexico, Baja California, Italy and beyond.
These modern suites are located in the original historic section of Sandos Finisterra resort, boasting either clifftop views over the bay and the marina, or ocean views. Each has a living area and access to the VIP pool area, and king rooms feature an in-room Jacuzzi tub.
TBP Newsroom with information from Forbes.com