Gay award given to luxury hotel in Los Cabos

Gay award given to luxury hotel in Los Cabos

The hotel is located in San Jose del Cabo, has villas, suites and a luxurious spa; the night costs almost $683 USD per person.

The 2021 Gay Travel Awards, which are the equivalent of the Oscars for LGBTQ+ travelers, released the list of winning destinations for exemplifying inclusivity and hospitality excellence on an international level. The award in the category, “Luxury Hotel” went to Zadun, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve, in San Jose del Cabo.

These awards support and promote community travel and tourism by identifying and rewarding selected destinations, event properties, influencers and other organizations; winners lead by example and inspire other brands to be inclusive, said Gay Travel director Steve Rohrlick.

The hotel is located in San Jose del Cabo and has open rooms, which are an expression of the elements of nature, with hundreds of works of art that reflect the artisan culture that exists in Mexico, says the hotel company Zadun, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve, on its official website.

With information from BCS Noticias.

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