Solaz, A Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos

Los Cabos' cliffside luxury retreat
VERIFIED LUXURY

Editor's note: Solaz, A Luxury Collection Resort is temporarily closed.

Perched above the glittering Sea of Cortez, Solaz, A Luxury Collection Resort has staked its claim among the region’s luxury hotel renaissance.

The 34-acre property sits between the lively vacation city of Cabo San Lucas and its more subdued neighbor San José del Cabo, and features four restaurants, three bars, five swimming pools and the 10,000-square-foot Ojo de Liebre Los Cabos Spa, complete with two VIP double rooms.

The 128-room beachfront property draws its inspiration from the incredible desert landscape and indigenous culture of the Baja California Peninsula. Be sure to explore the sustainable “dry jungle” surrounding the resort — this unique landscaping uses only endemic flora and contemporary architecture that blends quarry stone, granite, marble and wood along cascading terraces facing the sea.

Seclusion reigns supreme here, with a private entrance and patio in each guest room. Furnishings include contemporary designs and original sculptures from famed Mexican artist César Lopez Negrete.

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Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Solaz, A Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos offers an array of excursions to help you explore the surrounding area, including diving with whale sharks, helicopter trips to the cave paintings of Baja and camping under the desert stars.
  • Executive chef Pedro Joaquin Arceyut and his team have created menus that incorporate sustainable seafood and produce procured from local fishermen and biodynamic farmers, creating a true Baja-style farm-to-table experience.
  • You’ll be immersed in local culture from the moment you step through the luxury hotel’s front door. Mexican artist César López Negrete has original works on display throughout the property, and El Gabinete del Barco (the resort’s indigenous gallery) showcases rare regional artifacts, including a 43-foot-long whale skeleton and a historical map collection.
  • There are five pools, including two 1,164-foot infinity options that reveal the white sand beach below. Hammock chairs and fire pits lend front row seats to the show-stopping Sea of Cortez.
  • Indulge at the 10,000-square-foot spa with a stint in the Himalayan salt igloo or during an aloe body wrap in one of the 10 treatment rooms.

Things to Know

  • For oenophiles, the property’s impressive wine cellar La Cava offers a selection of more than 2,500 vintages, many of which are local to the region.
  • Each room is assigned a dedicated artisan butler who will help curate one-of-a-kind experiences, such as a private helicopter tour to explore the rare cave paintings of the Baja or a private cooking class.
  • Want to take a private dip? Some room categories include a plunge pool with unobstructed views of the ocean. When it’s time to dry off, head straight to your terrace’s hammock, with a glass of mezcal in hand.

The Rooms

  • Each room is designed with local Mexican Huanacaxtle wood, bamboo-textured marble, and custom furnishings. The natural color palette keeps your focus on those mesmerizing sea views framed through floor-to-ceiling windows.
  • You’ll barely have to move a muscle thanks to the Bluetooth technology found in each room. With the touch of a button, you can set the ambiance by controlling the curtains, lighting and music.
  • Floor plans blur the line between indoor and outdoor space, and many feature furnished patios complete with outdoor showers. Some suites offer private plunge pools for the ultimate beach retreat.
  • The Solaz Presidential Suite is a palatial haven that includes a whirlpool, rain shower, white marble bathroom, full kitchen, inside and outside bars and two bedrooms.

The Restaurants

  • During the day, Mako lets you dine alfresco on salads made with ingredients from area farms and artisanal wood-fired flatbreads. By night, the venue turns the menu over to local live lobsters, flame-grilled catch of the day and dry-aged steaks.
  • International flavors with Mexican hints are always on tap at Cascabel. The restaurant provides a lively ambiance any time of day with communal seating, live cooking stations and an array of botanical-infused cocktails.
  • Seafood lovers will enjoy Al Pairo, where skilled fisherman deliver the fresh daily catch to be simply prepared alongside organic bounty from nearby Miraflores and Todos Santos farms.
  • The Los Cabos hotel is home to Xocolatl, a modern chocolate shop and ice cream boutique that sells organic and indigenous cocoa products. ArabicaCoffee and Lounge features tapas that celebrate the flavors of Baja California, as well as caffeinated cocktails.

Amenities
24-hour room service
Babysitting services
Bar
Beach
Fitness classes
Gym
House car
Indoor pool
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Pet friendly
Restaurants
Spa
Getting There
Corredor Turístico Km 18.5 Cabo Real, San José del Cabo, BCS, 23405 Mexico
TEL52-624-144-0500
NEARBY AIRPORT(S)
SJD (35 min)   CSL (24-28 min)  
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