Who owns Pueblo Bonito?
Ernesto Coppel is the president and developer of Quivira. He is also Founder and Chairman of the Board of Pueblo Bonito Golf and Spa Resorts, eight luxury resorts in Cabo San Lucas and Mazatlán, Mexico.
Who built the Pueblo Bonito?
Pueblo Bonito (Spanish for beautiful town) is the largest and best-known great house in Chaco Culture National Historical Park, northern New Mexico. It was built by the Ancestral Puebloans who occupied the structure between AD 828 and 1126.
Who owns Pueblo Bonito Sunset?
A Note from the Ernesto Coppel, Owner of Pueblo Bonito Resorts and Spas.
How many pools does Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach have?
With six pools, five full restaurants, an elegant spa, extensive kids’ facilities, and a dramatic cliffside location with Pacific Ocean views, the property is like a small town. Each of the 635 rooms is spacious and offers a kitchenette, flat-screen TVs, water-view balconies, and (optional) private hot tubs.
When was Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach built?
Signaling a surge of growth in the new millennium, Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach opened in 2002 on a 1,200-acre site, just 10 minutes from downtown Cabo San Lucas.
Is the beach at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica swimmable?
Pueblo Bonito Pacifica is located on the Pacific side of Cabo due to the strong currents and extreme drop off, the beach is non swimmable. Only Santa María, Chileno and Medano beaches are considered safe for swimming. At all other beaches in the region, one should enjoy the dramatic beaches from a safe distance.
Why was Pueblo Bonito abandoned?
Pueblo Bonito Abandonment and Population Dispersion At Pueblo Bonito new construction ceased and many rooms were abandoned. Archaeologists agree that due to this climatic change, the resources needed to organize these social gatherings were no longer available and so the regional system declined.
How many rooms does Pueblo Bonito have?
Minimalist and magnificent, Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort in Cabo San Lucas features 201 guest rooms and suites.