Headed to Los Cabos? In addition to the glitzy waterfront dining and iconic rock formations, Los Cabos has several new beach hotels for you to choose from, whether you prefer all-out luxury or something more suited for adventurous endeavors.
Get the inside scoop on the newest additions to Los Cabos’ luxury accommodation market.
Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos
Just opened in September 2018, Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos brands itself as an art-meets-architecture hot spot. This Luxury Collection resort sits right on 34 waterfront acres of the Baja Peninsula with nearly 130 guest rooms, including luxury suites and residences. The coastline’s topography informs the hotel’s layout, so your guest room’s private terrace is sure to offer only the best views of the Sea of Cortez.
The acclaimed artists and architects who worked on this hotel project took inspiration from beautiful surrounding landscape to create something truly one of a kind and unlike any other property in the area. Building materials and architecture incorporate plants and vegetation endemic to Baja, and the resort’s tiered terraces and rooftop gardens form what’s being called “an architectural sculpture.” For more artistic touches, you’ll find original pieces by Mexican artist César López-Negrete throughout the space.
NIZUC Resort & Spa, Los Cabos
Award-winning and highly-touted NIZUC brand is bringing its ultra luxury to Los Cabos. Much of the details are under wraps, as the brand currently hasn’t revealed an opening date.
However, they promise that the hotel will have the same “Zen feeling” and “excellent gastronomy” that its Cancún property is known for. NIZUC Resort & Spa in Cancún has also undergone quite a few updates recently, including the addition of a teen lounge and wedding space.
Nobu Hotel Los Cabos
Another exclusive brand makes its debut in Los Cabos in Spring 2019—Nobu Hotel Los Cabos arrives with much anticipation from sun-seekers on the West Coast. In fact, it seems the brand is specifically trying to market to those luxury Cali travelers, as it caters its marketing and verbiage around their needs and preferred trends. The brand is partially known for its celebrity ownership (Robert De Niro) and it’s no joke that you’ll feel like a celebrity, too, when you stay at a Nobu property.
So what can you expect from the Los Cabos edition?
A European Plan-style of property, versus the all-inclusive option you’ll find in many parts of the Caribbean, is intended to draw the elite rather than budget hunters. Food and dining is a huge part of the experience, as it is at all Nobu hotels, and an outpost of Malibu Farm is promised. The 200 guestrooms combine the Japanese flair the brand is known for with a beach-side feel, incorporating contemporary design elements and natural materials. A five-acre spa, desert botanical park and shopping are additionally planned.
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