Our mission at Villa La Estancia Beach Resort & Spa, as with all of The Villa Group resorts, is to provide an exceptional vacation experience that exceeds the expectations of all those who visit our resort, including guests, associates, and clients. We hope that in doing so, we will be recognized as one of the best hotels in our category not only for the superior quality of our accommodations and the exceptional service we provide, but also for the genuine hospitality and warmth in which we receive each guest.
Villa La Estancia Beach Resort & Spa is dedicated to protecting the natural environment that has given us so much. Our management and staff have made it a priority to utilize as many sustainable practices as we can to ensure we leave the smallest ecological footprint as possible on the stunning destination of Cabo San Lucas, and we encourage our guests to do the same. Part of our mission is to preserve the natural beauty of Cabo San Lucas by implementing the following sustainable practices, while at the same time providing a luxury vacation experience for our guests:
- Beverages are served by the pool in reusable cups.
- In order to protect the delicate marine and desert ecosystems that surround us from their damaging effects, straws are provided with our drinks only upon request.
- Guests are encouraged to reuse their towels so as to diminish the water wasted during their cleaning. We only replace them if they have been left on the floor, which ensures that we don’t compromise comfort in our mission to protect the planet.
- Sheets are changed every three days, or sooner when requested by a guest, so that we conserve water and electricity.
- The fruits, vegetables, and herbs we use at our Cabo San Lucas restaurants are grown onsite or purchased locally so as to decrease our ecological footprint.
- We utilize a variety of recycling initiative, including the use of separate bins for organic and inorganic waste.
- The staff performs regular beach cleanups.
- Sea turtle programs are implemented from May to October when turtles visit the resort’s beach to lay their eggs, in addition to other initiatives designed to protect the wild and marine life that inhabits the region.