Miguel Ángel Aragonés designs Mar Adentro Hotel & Residences

Mar Adentro Hotel & Residences is slated to open in December in San Jose del Cabo, approximately 10 miles south of SJD Los Cabos Mexico International Airport. The property was designed and is owned by Mexican architect Miguel Ángel Aragonés.

When it opens, the 205-room resort and residences will have a shopping plaza, an art gallery, five restaurants and the Mar Abierto Spa. Guestrooms and residences will have custom Poliform furnishings, a lighting and pillow menu and private butler and chef services.

Mar Adentro Hotel & Residences will have 205 guestrooms, suites and villas with luxury furnishings and appliances. Guests may also customize their experience through a personalized pillow menu, ambiance concierge with lighting and sound assistance and an aromatherapy menu to compliment bespoke treatments at Mar Abierto Spa.

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There will be five restaurants. In addition to a fine dining restaurant, Origen, also available will be Nido Bar, a casual ceviche and sashimi bar; La Playa, a beachside food truck; Nube, a rooftop restaurant with ocean view; and Coco, an all-organic venue.

The property will also have the Mar Abierto Spa, as well as five event spaces to host events. 

Opening in March 2016 is the shopping plaza, which will have high-end retail outlets.

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