WATG’s Monica Cuervo and Mark Yoshizaki collaborate with Studio PCH’s Severine Tatangelo for Nobu Hotel Los Cabos

Nobu Hospitality announced the scheduled opening in 2017 of the Nobu Hotel Los Cabos. Developed in collaboration with RCD Resorts, the property will be the first-ever Nobu Hotel in Mexico when it opens.

This upcoming resort will be situated on the shores of the Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The 200-room property marks Nobu Hospitality's ninth hotel, and is the second joint property between Nobu Hospitality and RCD Resorts following the announcement of the Nobu Hotel Eden Roc Miami Beach. Nobu Hospitality is a private company owned by Chef Nobu, Robert DeNiro and Meir Teper.

Plans for the Nobu Hotel Los Cabos include luxurious accommodations and suites designed with the use of natural materials, and will feature a contemporary style with inspiration drawn from both Japan and the beach location. The signature Nobu Restaurant and Bar will be located on the beachfront of the Pacific Ocean delivering the Nobu experience framed with a view.  The beach resort will also boast an array of facilities including event and meeting space, a spa, retail stores, and a variety of dining and lounging experiences.

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Monica Cuervo and Mark Yoshizaki of WATG are lead architects for the project; and Severine Tatangelo of Studio PCH, the architectural designer of the Nobu Restaurant Malibu, is leading the design of the interiors, including the Nobu Restaurant design.

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