Los Cabos, Mexico (September 2, 2009) – The 237-suite beachfront Marquis Los Cabos Resort, located on the southernmost tip of the Baja California península, has reopened for business as usual following Hurricane Jimena which passed just west of the Los Cabos corridor late last night. Every precaution was made prior to and during Hurricane Jimena and the resort is happy to report that there has been no damage to the property. After San Jose del Cabo International Airport temporarily suspended flights yesterday as a precaution, the airport is currently open and operational. It is business as usual in Los Cabos as many visitors remain in the destination continuing to enjoy their holiday.
About Marquis Los Cabos
Located where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, Marquis Los Cabos Resort is minutes from the authentic Old World village of San Jose del Cabo as well as the lively town of Cabo San Lucas. The resort features a 15,000 square foot holistic spa and fitness center, an exclusive gourmet restaurant where a Michelin-pedigreed chef prepares a nightly prix fixe menu, and an extensive collection of Latin American sculpture and painting on display in public areas and guest suites. Since its 2003 opening, Marquis Los Cabos has earned the travel industry’s most coveted awards including “World’s Best” (Travel + Leisure); “Gold List Award” (Conde Nast Traveler); “Best Value” (Conde Nast Traveler); the AAA Four Diamond Award, and the Five Star Diamond Award for its Canto del Mar restaurant. Marquis Los Cabos is a member of the prestigious Leading Hotels of the World and the only member of Leading Spas of the World in Los Cabos. Just featured in National Geographic Traveler’s “Hotels with a Heart,” the Marquis Los Cabos donates five percent of the hotel’s annual revenue for the staff’s education and healthcare in its Marquis University. Since 2003, the resort has helped on average 20 employees a year obtain primary schooling and bachelor degrees.
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