Rabago Artiquitectors & Consultores collaborate with Cachet Interior Design for Cachet Corazon in Mexico

Cachet Hotel Group (CHG) will debut its first resort development, Cachet Corazon, in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Owned and developed by Cabo Villas Beach Resort and Spa (CVBR), the project that will mark CHG's first resort destination project in the world will have views of the Sea of Cortez.

Cachet Corazon will be composed of a Cachet Beach and Cachet Deluxe dual-branded hotel development, scheduled to open in late 2016 and early 2018, respectively. It will include restaurants, pool terraces, a beach club and meeting and events spaces.

Designed by Rabago Artiquitectors & Consultores with Cachet Interior Design (CID), the interiors of the new property will draw inspiration from the myths and legends of the Sea of Cortez. The property will include a mix of Mexican folk art, cultural patterns and bright colors into the architecture and design of the hotel.


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CHG will renovate an existing tower into a 77-room Cachet Beach. Opening in fall 2016, Cachet Beach will have stylized interiors and social rooftop spaces. In parallel, construction is underway for a ground-up new hotel tower to debut as Cachet Deluxe in January 2018. The new tower will include 204 guestrooms and suites, ranging in size from 624 square feet to 645 square feet configured in bungalow style clusters of three units each. Guestrooms will have private terraces, including some with outdoor Jacuzzis.

CVBR has been responsible for building the community and destination that is now Cabo San Lucas. In 2000, the group purchased its first property and transformed a six-room hotel into a 142-room resort that became known as Cabo Villas Beach Resort & Spa. 

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