Grand Velas Boutique’s Billionaire Buyout

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There’s a seemingly endless array of luxury options for indulgent Los Cabos, Mexico getaways, but none are as lavish as the Billionaire Buyout offered by the stylish oceanfront sanctuary, Grand Velas Boutique Los Cabos. The brand new, adults-only 79-suite property has curated an unforgettable three-night stay for two for the tidy sum of $600,000. 

Limousines are too pedestrian for billionaires, so after landing at San José del CaboInternational Airport, a private helicopter will fly Billionaire Buyout guests to the Grand Velas Boutique hotel for a soaring VIP experience before checking into their ocean-view accommodations — where they’ll have the whole place to themselves. Upon arrival, guests have the choice of any of the property’s suites, each boasting more than 900 square feet, a large private terrace with outdoor lounging, a Jacuzzi or plunge pool, and select suites with a romantic fire pit. Can’t decide which suite to pick? Suite hop each night, with hotel butler service moving your things for you, three days in a row. 

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A bottle of vintage Dom Pérignon will greet buyout guests on arrival in the chosen suite, and guests can choose a morning for breakfast on a floating tray in their private plunge pool. The feast features an assortment of items including Belgian-style waffles with red fruit compote and caramelized seeds, house-made granola, lobster Benedict, spinach and mushroom soufflé, pancakes, hash browns, avocado toast, Osetra Caviar, truffle, and more. 

Billionaire tastes demand Michelin-star dining, something Velas Resorts has delivered for more than a decade. Velas’ two-star Michelin restaurant Cocina de Autor, led by Chef Sidney Schutte, will serve its most VIP guests a private dining experience featuring an exclusive 10-course tasting menu and wine pairing. Whetting your appetite for more meals, additional culinary treats include a private beach dinner with sunset views over the Sea of Cortez, a 20-foot breakfast buffet at Del Mar, and lunch options from poolside to the oceanfront Roca Bar, which pays homage to the distinctive rock formations that define the destination. Additionally, buyout guests have access to the five fine-dining restaurants at the boutique’s sister property, Grand Velas Los Cabos, a Forbes 5-Star resort featuring a world-class spa. If, somehow, that’s still not enough to satisfy every glutinous desire, we double-dare you to order the world’s most expensive taco at Grand Velas Los Cabos — think Kobe beef, Beluga caviar, lobster, truffles, and edible gold — for an extra $25,000.

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Between bites, Buyout Billionaires can enjoy — sans other guests — whale-watching from the beachfront infinity pool, play beach sports, unwind with wine, cheese and tequila tastings in the hotel’s dedicated Agave Room, and work off a few pounds in personal training sessions. The piece de resistance is an exclusive sunset cruise for two on the resort’s 55-foot Azimuth Yacht, named Bella, capped by evening s’mores around a fire pit. When the three-day escape comes to an end, the grand departure will be a touching (and social-media ready) one, with the entire hotel team waving farewell while a Mariachi band plays. If that won’t make one’s billionaire and millionaire frenemies jealous, nothing will.  

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