Solaz Los Cabos reopens with 21 new suites

Solaz Los Cabos has reopened, revealing enhanced suite offerings and a fresh dining concept in one of The Luxury Collection’s most exceptional resorts in the Caribbean and Latin America…

aerial view of solaz Los Cabos The Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts, Marriott Bonvoy

Solaz, a Luxury Collection Hotel and part of Marriott Bonvoy’s global portfolio, sits in the middle of the two Cabo towns, with an extraordinarily rare private beach and a natural bay nestled between two rock beds. Guests can indulge in the turquoise waters of the Sea of Cortés while enjoying a variety of high-end water activities, as well as a world of adventure and signature pursuits just minutes away in the mountain and desert. The recent enhancements to the property include the addition of 21 new luxury suites, including the impressive Villa Solaz Suite.

The new Villa Solaz Suite defines roominess and with its 1,000 square metres and four private bedrooms, it offers an elevated gathering experience. Inside, guests will have access to a private chef, private mixologist and exclusive Artisan Butler service. The resort will also debut two Wellness Suites, focusing on relaxation and whole-body therapy. The relaxation Wellness Suite boasts a double-bed massage table and steam room, while the whole-body therapy Wellness Suite offers heated loungers combined with meditation visors and halotherapy that balance the alkalisation of the body through an immersive experience. The new suites increase the resort’s total room count to 145 guestrooms and suites.

Another new addition to the property is Mako Beach, poised to become Los Cabos’ latest hotspot. Overlooking the glittering sea, Mako Beach features an exclusively designed Airstream serving delicious Baja-style cuisine. Guests can enjoy both local and international flavours, along with live entertainment and DJ sessions on the beach. With the liveliest atmosphere in Baja, Mako Beach will breathe new life into the spirit of ‘Yesteryear Baja’ while serving as one of Los Cabos’ new ‘it’ places to be. Other culinary offerings at the resort include seven unique restaurants, lounges and cellars all led by Executive Chef Elihu Sepúlveda and his team.

“We are excited to reopen and showcase the exciting new upgrades that elevate the experience of visiting Solaz and Los Cabos,” said Giuliana Torres, General Manager of Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos. “We look forward to welcoming new visitors and seeing our returning guests continue to create unforgettable memories at the resort.”

With wellness at the core of the Solaz experience, the resort features elevated offerings for those seeking health, wellness and a re-charge. Its fitness centre has state-of-the-art Technogym equipment and Cryotherapy. Additionally, Ojo de Liebre offers a one-of-a-kind, resort spa experience. With 12 private treatment rooms, including four VIP double private treatment rooms, Ojo de Liebre’s spa menu includes an enchanting assortment of services to revitalise mind, body and soul.

Signature experiences at Ojo de Liebre include the Sea Essence, Cryotherapy Treatment and the Baja Experience Connection. Even visiting pets can even take advantage of Ojo de Liebre with treatments specially designed for dogs and cats.

Celebrating art and design at every turn, the resort showcases works by top Mexican artisans, including architecture by renowned firm Sordo Madaleno and more than 450 pieces of sculpture and art by renowned artist César López-Negrete. Landscape architecture by the award-winning Jeronimo Gabayet blends seamlessly into the architectural design of the resort and highlights the over 120 endemic species living on the property. The resort also features El Gabinete ‘Del Barco’, an indigenous gallery and museum featuring regional artefacts and open spaces to walk through while enjoying breathtaking natural scenery.

Solaz’s green design has helped the property lower its carbon footprint and support its relationship with the nature that surrounds it. The resort features 53,000 square metres of green areas, greatly reducing its carbon footprint by returning oxygen to the environment, while 36 per cent of its rooms contain green roofs, more than any other hotel in Cabo, which allows for lower energy consumption. Smart rooms are controlled with Crestron technology, from check-in to check-out, to maintain temperature levels, lighting, and even to close the curtains when the guest is not in the room. Additionally, 80 per cent of the hotel’s lights are LED, which decreases its energy consumption.

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