New Las Ventanas Uniforms Offer Indigenous Appeal

Uniforms can play a unique role in enhancing the guest experience, and the ones at Las Ventanas al Paraiso, A Rosewood Resort in Los Cabos, Mexico, do just that. The resort is enhancing its personalized service with its collection of new staff uniforms. Each department at the resort, including the spa, has a distinct uniform that is inspired by the history and culture of Mexico. The color combinations and embroidered designs pervade a special meaning that reflects and symbolizes staff member’s job at the resort and their commitment to providing ultimate service. The symbolism in the new uniforms is revealed in a new booklet exclusively for guests where they can learn about ancient traditions while experiencing luxury. Bellboys, for example, wear an embroidered ear of corn on their shirts-the country’s food of life since early times that symbolizes Mexican hospitality, while the planning committee wears blue and white to reflect the famed serenity of the Las Ventanas experience. The uniforms were created by acclaimed Mexican designers Maria Rosario Mendoza and Alejandro Julian who collaborated to create the fashions for Las Ventanas.


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