Thank you for joining me in the final chapter of my Cabo San Lucas Honeymoon series. If you have been following along, you’ve read the overview of our trip as well as my closer look at Rosé Resort, and review of our Cabo San Lucas cuisine. This final installment is to take a closer look at the incredible details of Pueblo Bonito Sunset Resort.
With pandemic restrictions canceling most of my 2021 Winter-Spring travel, I have been spending a lot of time reminiscing about Mexico. It was such a memorable adventure that brings a smile to my face anytime I think of it. It has been one year since we visited Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach, and so on this cold and frigid Valentine’s Day, I recall our romantic dinner on the resort exactly one year ago.
Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach features many running water fountain fixtures throughout the property. While I cannot say for certain how many there are in total, I can recall seeing nearly a dozen. Keeping my Fujifilm X100V camera with me at all times, I did my best to capture as many fountains as we could find during our stay.
I hope these images bring you the much-needed warmth it brings to me today. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Lobby Courtyard Fountain.
A beautiful green and yellow mosaic fountain, my favorite.
A Sun statue fountain, located near our suite.
A lion’s head fountain, located at the base of Buildings 19-20.
A stone fountain, found near Building 26.
Another lion’s head stone fountain.
A stone fountain located near the Main Pool.
A large, ornate fountain located along the Northwest perimeter of the property. Accented with cerulean blue tiles, this fountain welcomes guests and visitors to the resort.
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