• Viceroy Los Cabos opens as Viceroy’s 15th property

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    Introducing a new level of luxury to San José del Cabo, the Reimagined 194-room Viceroy Los Cabos Captivates Guests with Futuristic Design that was inspired by the majestic meeting of the Los Cabos desert and sea…

    Viceroy Hotel Group has opened its 15th property worldwide with the highly anticipated opening of Viceroy Los Cabos.

    The latest addition to The Viceroy Icon Collection, Viceroy Los Cabos is located in the heart of San José del Cabo on the picturesque coast of Baja California. The opening marks a proud collaboration with Rodina Group, one of the top investment firms in Mexico specialising in hospitality, real estate, transportation and infrastructure.

    Originally concepted by Mexico-based architect, Miguel Angel Aragonés, and formally known as Mar Adentro, the 194-room masterpiece has re-emerged as a Viceroy property after undergoing renovations and enhancements. With a dreamscape design embracing the natural beauty of water throughout, the new Viceroy Los Cabos is a canvas for discovery with cinematic views and alluring experiences around every turn. Completely reconceptualised and brand new to the resort are a beachfront pool and bar, a refreshed and vibrant lobby and arrival experience, new dining venues, and a state-of-the-art fitness centre curated by Los Angeles-based celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak.

    Futuristic designed exterior of hotel

    Image credit: Viceroy Hotel Group

    “The much-anticipated opening of Viceroy Los Cabos marks an extremely monumental day for our brand. I look forward to welcoming guests to this extraordinary resort as we endeavour to create inspiring adventures that will stay with them a lifetime,” said Bill Walshe, CEO of Viceroy Hotel Group.  “The resort stands out as provocative and sensational.  It furthers Viceroy’s quest to deliver highly individual, modern luxury experiences in the world’s most sought-after destinations.”

    “As proud owners of Viceroy Los Cabos, we are thrilled to collaborate with Viceroy. This stunning and unique resort will elevate the already-impressive reputation Los Cabos has as the ultimate destination for sophisticated adventurers,” said Andres & Felipe Chico, Managing Partners at Rodina.

    Clean white interiors in the suites

    Image credit: Viceroy Hotel Group

    Upon arrival through a sculpted iron portal and artisan wooden door, the sensory experience truly begins as guests are greeted by the sound of water, the conceptual central element brought to life throughout the resort. With a striking yet minimalistic design, beautifully re-envisioned by Mexico-based design firm Arquitectura de Interiores, Viceroy Los Cabos’ new lobby interiors have transformed from stark white to feature a warm colour palette of blue and natural sand tones – all inspired by the majestic meeting of the Los Cabos desert and sea. The eye-catching and bold façade is an artistic mélange of white, black and beige, and gives way to the modern and sleek lobby adorned with handmade details, rich textures and unique pieces of art inspired by the local Mexican culture.

    A light and modern lobby

    Image credit: Viceroy Hotel Group

    Among the other renovations, Viceroy Los Cabos reveals five distinct and reconstructed dining venues, each providing a fresh and local experience reflective of the history and culture of Baja. “Nido” Restaurant, translated from Spanish to mean “nest,” is both a visual centerpiece and social epicenter for guests and locals alike. Its latticed, nest-like structure is surrounded by elevated walkways, appearing to float on water.

    Expanding their global footprint into San José del Cabo, Viceroy has grown its Mexico presence where it currently operates Viceroy Riviera Maya, a romantic luxury resort in Playa del Carmen. The opening of Viceroy Los Cabos is a vital part of the brand’s bold and expansive growth strategy with forthcoming openings in Serbia, Argentina, Panama, Portugal, and Vietnam.

     

    Hamish Kilburn / 24.05.2018

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