Mexican Resort Offers Roadside Welcome to Driving Californians

May 23, 2009 by  
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By Kitty Bean Yancey, USA TODAY

Fear of flying into Mexico among those worried about catching the flu in close quarters has prompted one resort to offer a novel welcome.

Las Ventanas al Paraiso, a Rosewood Resort, is catering to guests choosing to drive down the Baja Peninsula fromCalifornia by doing its cold-towel-and-drink welcome roadside rather than at the Los Cabos airport.

A staffer says “bienvenidos” to arrivals in the town of Todos Santos or on a highway, pours drinks and provides an escort to the resort. Las Ventanas, which caters to Hollywood’s A list and usually is packed, also has lowered rates through Oct. 14 to $515 from $595 a night for its most basic rooms. And it’s tossing in a $200 resort credit, free upgrades and complimentary breakfast for two daily.

Information: 888-767-3966; lasventanas.com

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