Cabo San Lucas, Puerta Cabos Village
Floating above three stories high, within the magical land of Los Cabos, there is a place of unrivaled beauty. Carefully located near the most popular beach in Cabo, the white towers stand against the sun and above the desert, a true oasis in this land of dry heat. In here, life can come to a halt and hide in the beauty of Paradise.
As you enter the home, the kitchen comes first into sight. The terracotta color of the marble countertop and wall cover shines with gleeful discordance against the dark woods of the under and floating cabinets and the white walls. Several shining appliances are scattered throughout the kitchen, hidden by the dark woods and brimming in their chromed skin. From the two-door fridge to the wine-cooler in the bottom, luxury overtakes the room. Inside wooden doors, a washer/dryer center hides from sight.
Facing the glass sliding doors, with its back to the kitchen, the diner takes a stand. Its dark cushioned chairs surround the wooden frame of the eight seat table, and seem to guard the massive marble slate on top, with webbings of dark stone against its pure white skin. A small fitment near the window is all that decorates this perfect piece of grandeur.
On the side, the Living room opens its arms to welcome the sun. in here, as a large mirror set in wood reflects the diner, two round slates of white stone wait surrounded by a large, L shaped couch in dark dress and a small individual couch in a wonderful shade of gray, as a large TV set clings into the wall.
Past tall pillars with stone shoes, a mirror in the back shines with the light from the fixtures above. On the left, the Master Bedroom awaits. The first of the many black wooden doors in here opens to a closet with a safe box stored inside. The next opens a portal to the Master Bathroom, where marble tiles cover the entirety of the shower. A single piece of marble covers the countertop where the sink rests, and a small crevice reveals the luxury of the bathing tub, where windows of wood can be opened to allow light inside. As the room opens from the door-lined hall, a wooden headrest of gargantuan proportions covers most of the back wall, with its shiny light skin matching the nightstands on each side, and enhancing the colors of the King size bed, dwarfed by the size of its crown. A small vanity fitment and a single couch are all that decorates the room. Alas, true beauty is found from its windows, coming in. a side balcony offers a magnificent view of the gardens and pools, and from the main balcony, accessed by sliding glass doors from this room, the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean merge in the distance.
Inside the guest bedroom, on the opposite side of the hall, small reflections of the opulence of the master bedroom can be found. In here, two full size beds share the room, segregated by a single nightstand, and wear tiaras reminiscing of the king's crown. As in the king's chamber, a small vanity fitment and mirror, aside from a small couch, are all that decorates the room. The guest bath, found behind a wall and hidden by a door, consists of a marble top that offers a white bowl in the sink, and a shower covered by marble tiles in sandy color.
Once in the terrace, past the sliding doors of the diner or master bedroom, wide open space is occupied by two chairs and a coffee table, and the rest gazes peacefully at the gardens, hills, and the majesty of the Ocean and Sea that clash against one another in the famous Medano Beach. The skies glitter by night with thousands of Diamonds that shimmer in their dark canvass, and by day is dressed with wonderful fabrics of red and gold and blue, offering a sight that cannot be matched by any mortal means.
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