Robert Herjavec is best known as a judge on “Shark Tank,” and between filming, traveling and serving as the CEO of the Herjavec Group—one of the largest privately held cybersecurity providers globally—the successful tech entrepreneur, personality and author doesn’t slow down much. But when he does, it’s at his residence at Montage Los Cabos, where he and his wife go with their young twins. “I like having an environment where a lot of things are taken care of for me and highly organized,” he says. “We love our residential concierge at the Montage. She takes care of every-thing for us. I think that’s what’s really impressed us and why I’m such a big fan of the Montage: It couldn’t be easier for us to relax.”
Montage Magazine: Early riser or night owl?
Robert Herjavec: Early—very early riser (4:45 am, including most weekends)
MM: Best way to lose track of time at Montage?
RH: Family, chipping at golf course, and drinking palomas
MM: Favorite conversation starter?
RH: Simple “hi”—people by nature are social animals
MM:Favorite dish that never fails?
RH: Matzo ball soup—will drive out of my way for it
MM: Dream dinner guest?
RH: (Former race car driver and American businessman) Roger Penske
MM: Service you indulge in?
RH: Occasionally massage
MM: Service you rely on regularly?
RH: Room service (the guacamole toast is amazing)
MM: Longest amount of time you’ve stayed in your Montage Residence?
RH: Two weeks in a row
MM: Most interesting person you’ve met on property?
RH: (Pro golfer) Fred Couples
MM: First thing you selected for your Montage home?
RH: Sombrero for lounging by the pool
MM: Largest number of guests you’ve hosted at Montage?
MM:What do you collect?
MM: Last impulse purchase?
RH: Massive ceramic rooster for the kitchen—still don’t know what possessed me
MM: Most adventurous activity you’ve tried on property?
MM: Something you always forget to pack?
RH: Chargers—they seem to have their own universe
MM:Something you can’t live without?
MM: Number of times a day you check your email?
RH: Too many
MM: Favorite place for people watching
MM: Best insider secret?
RH: Nothing beats hard work.
MM: Most polite way to let people know you don’t feel like talking about their business idea?
RH: I only invest on the show—please call our amazing producers from “Shark Tank.”