Los Cabos is already known as Mexico’s leading luxury destination, and in the coming months, travelers will have even more choices. Three new resorts from top brands are planning openings this year, with more on the way in 2024. In fact, over the next two years, Los Cabos will add more than 900 luxury rooms, suites, and villas to its already impressive portfolio.
A Leader In Luxury
Los Cabos is already home to 5,800 high-end rooms spread across 27 luxury hotels. With rooms costing an average of $2000 per night at some of the top resorts, guests can expect a high standard of service and amenities. From private villas and pools to personal butlers and incredible dining options, Los Cabos has it all.
But the perks don’t stop within the grounds of the resorts – Los Cabos is also known as a top destination for excursions, given its beautiful location at the tip of Baja California. Visitors to the region are spoiled with choices when it comes to activities. From private yacht sailings and helicopter tours to top-rated spas and golf courses, travelers seeking a bit of luxury are at home in Los Cabos.
Four Seasons Resort And Residences Cabo San Lucas At Cabo Del Sol
The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Cabo San Lucas at Cabo Del Sol will be the brand’s second property in Los Cabos. The new resort, which was originally planned to open in 2022, will be located along the Los Cabos Corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo.
Once open, the resort will feature 80 rooms, including 40 private residences. It will be situated along 50 oceanfront acres on the Sea of Cortez in the new Cove Club private beachfront community in the Cabo Del Sol development, just a stone’s throw from some of the best snorkeling sites the region has to offer.
St. Regis Los Cabos Quivira
The popular St. Regis brand will open a new property this year at the luxury resort development Quivira Los Cabos. Once open, the resort will feature 120 luxury rooms and 60 residences. Guests will be pampered during their stay, as St. Regis is known for its personal butler service and fantastic spa services. With an internationally-acclaimed Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course and a pristine 2.5-mile perfect beach, the new St. Regis will no doubt be a popular choice for travelers.
Grand Velas Boutique Los Cabos
The new Grand Velas Boutique Los Cabos in Los Cabos will be the 3rd Velas Resorts property in the region. This all-inclusive adults-only boutique hotel will be located between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. The hotel will feature 80 large sea-view suites and a 3,000 sq. ft. penthouse. Other amenities will include a beachfront pool and a restaurant that focuses on locally caught fish and local produce.
More Los Cabos Luxury Resorts In 2024
The continued development of new luxury properties in Los Cabos will cement its place as a destination for high-end getaways. In addition to the three new resorts mentioned above, three additional properties will open in 2024.
Park Hyatt Los Cabos will feature 168 rooms and 28 residences, as well as a golf course, spa, and environmentally conscious design. Although it was originally scheduled to open in 2020, it is now on track for an opening sometime next year. The Park Hyatt Los Cabos will be located in the same development as the new Four Seasons Resort.
The Aman hotel group has luxury properties all over the world, but in 2024 they will open their first development in Mexico called Amanvari. The new hotel will provide guests with a relaxing and private escape from the stresses of the world along its own stretch of beach on Baja’s East Cape.
Soho House Beach Club is another new hotel headed to the Cabo Del Sol development. The property will be located on one of the area’s most scenic beaches. While not much is yet known about the property, other Soho properties are known for providing guests with down-to-earth luxury.
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