Scott Disick and Sofia Richie Are Staying at This Romantic Beach Resort in Mexico

Scott Disick and Sofia Richie are spending a romantic getaway at this beachfront resort.

After jetting out of Los Angeles via private plane with Richie’s new puppy — a first-time flyer — in tow, the couple have shacked up at the Chileno Bay Resort & Residences in Los Cabos, Mexico.

The luxury property offers ocean-view suites as well as owned residences with all the amenities of a hotel on hand.

Disick’s three children — sons Mason, 8, and Reign, 3, and daughter Penelope, 5, who he shares with ex-Kourtney Kardashian — are also staying with the couple, a source tells PEOPLE. The party of five will no doubt enjoy the three-tier infinity edge pool, and would be best accommodated in one of the resort’s “sky suites,” which have multiple bedrooms and shared living areas indoors and out.

The property, part of the Auberge hotel group, has racked up awards from Robb Report, Conde Nast Traveler and others for it’s A-list-worthy amenities. Richie, 19, and Disick, 34, can dine at the locally-sourced restaurant Comal, or the beach bar, called TnT — that’s “tacos n’ tequila.” There’s also a full-service spa and 18-hole members-only golf course on site.

The couple have been dating for nine months. They went public with their relationship in September and have since been photographed on dinner dates, on a New Year’s vacation in Aspen and on other romantic getaways.

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Despite ongoing scrutiny of their relationship — Disick and Richie have a 15 year age gap between them and don’t have the approval of Sofia’s dad, Lionel Richie — the pair appear to be perfectly relaxed on their current retreat, as Richie proves with a video of herself dancing along to a Mexican band at the hotel and snuggling up with her puppy.

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As for Disick’s response to his love life: “I guess it’s kind of flattering that people care,” the Keeping Up with the Kardashiansstar told PEOPLE. “It’s not like I’m mad about it. Everybody’s worried about something. Everybody is worried about other people’s things, so it’s fine.”

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