This Mexican resort lets you have your very own Margarita butler

While personal butlers are an inclusive feature in many luxury resorts, never have we ever heard of a ‘Margarita butler’ being available on call for guests! Doing things differently around here, is Mexico’s Esperanza, Auberge Resorts Collection in Cabo San Lucas that is lets you have your personal Margarita man, ensuring you ‘high spirits’ round the clock!

This one of a kind resort amenity is being offered to visitors only post its renovation. “After Odile, we closed down for eight months of renovations. When we opened back up we decided to offer the margarita butler as an extra personalized service that is authentic to Mexico,” Resort Manager Diego Weiss said. To ensure perfect service, each butler is personally trained to help guests decide which flavors taste better frozen or on the rocks and which go best with salt or tajin on the rim. While connoisseurs can choose from Mango, Tamarind, Hibiscus, lime and Cucumber and Cilantro, it’s the latter that is said to make the best concoction on the rocks.

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As part of the service, the Margarita butler also offers guests with tidbits like crudités, fruit skewers, little bites like grilled cheese with jalapeño and ham and cold towels. The exclusive amenity, however, is only available to those who book a poolside cabana at the hotel (prices starting at $!40). Before booking the full service, complete with six Margaritas, one can also opt for a demo of two fresh margaritas mixed right up front, for $32.

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