Sordo Madaleno Architects designs Solaz in Los Cabos, Mexico

Starwood announced the scheduled opening in June 2017 of Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, in Los Cabos, Mexico. Designed by Mexico City-based Sordo Madaleno Architects, the 131-key resort is owned by Quinta del Golfo de Cortez, and will span 33 acres.

Situated at the southern tip of Baja California Sur, the property will have five distinct six-floor buildings. In designing the building, Sordo Madaleno collaborated with landscape architects Gabayet 101paisaje and artist Cesar Lopez Negrete, whose original art will be included throughout the property.

Each of the guestrooms will include private terraces, and are designed to complement the landscape and ocean views, with a natural color palette incorporating wood and granite.


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The hotel will also include three restaurants, 9,900 square feet of event space, a 26,000-square-foot pool and beach deck, a 12,500 square-foot-spa and fitness center, three tennis courts and walking and running paths.

When Solaz opens, it will be Starwood’s first Luxury Collection hotel in Los Cabos, and the brand’s seventh in Mexico.

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