Eat & Drink

This Mexican Resort Has An In-House Margarita Butler

When you go on holiday, the ultimate goal is to be waited on hand and foot. So when we heard that the Esperanza, Auberge Resorts Collection in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico had an in-house margarita butler, you better believe it piqued our interest.

Because let’s be real, everyone loves a cheeky marg.

Once you’ve chosen your preferred flavour and rim, the expertly trained butler will chuck in some premium agave tequila, ice, and then shake it up cabana-side while you kick back, relax and overlook the luxe infinity pool and seaside.

Here's a Cinco de Mayo margarita just for you straight from Esperanza, An Auberge Resort in Cabo! Cheers!

Posted by Auberge Resorts Collection on Thursday, 5 May 2016

 

The cabanas are totally kitted out too, with fresh towels, drink fridges, magazines, fruit baskets, USB ports to charge your electronics, oh, and a button to press for immediate service should you need anything else.

Once you’ve sampled the many flavours available and found the one for you, you can opt for a six-cup pitcher, or create your own unique flavour! Your wish is your margarita butler’s command.

And if you’re worried about the credibility of your butler, rest easy knowing they’ve been expertly trained by the resort’s “master tequilier” before hitting the floor.

Feeling snacky? Throughout the day you’ll be treated to an array of goodies, including but not limited to crudités (French vegetable appetisers), fruit skewers, grilled cheese bites, tacos and tortillas.

The margarita butler is included in the purchase of your cabana, which is $190 per day. This includes six margaritas and all the other goodies mentioned.

Then again, can you really put a price tag on happiness?

How To Get There

  • Fly Qantas to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
  • Catch a connecting OneWorld Partner flight to Cabo San Lucas International Airport
  • Drive 13.5 km (23 min)
  • Esperanza, Auberge Resorts Collection, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

(Lead image: Patrick Sgro)