Enjoy a Free Night at Breathless Cabo San Lucas

AMRESORTS BLOG | March 13, 2019

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What could be better than enjoying an adult-only, all-inclusive mix and mingle atmosphere? Enjoying it for free of course!Breathless Cabo San Lucas, an AMResorts property, is located on the gorgeous Medano Beach in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. It’s one of the only beaches in the area that people can swim in safely. Not only does this resort have prime beachfront access, but it’s also located right next to the bustling marina area. In fact, guests can walk out of the resort right onto the boardwalk. The marina gives visitors a front row seat to local tours, oceanfront eateries, shops and the best night clubs in the area.Now is the time to book a trip to this one of a kind resort.Breathless Cabo San Lucas is offering the fifth night free when guests book a trip for five nights or longer in an xhale club suite. The promotion is valid on bookings through March 31, 2019, for travel August 18, 2019, through October 19, 2019.

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