CHG debuts in Cabo with a property reimagined by Rabago Artiquitectors & Consultores with CID

The opening marks the first phase of Cachet Corazon, CHG's first dual-branded resort destination

Cachet Hospitality Group (CHG) and Cabo Villas Beach Resort and Spa have opened the Cachet Beach Hotel & Beach Club in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The opening marks the first phase of Cachet Corazon, CHG's first dual-branded resort destination; the second phase, Cachet Deluxe Los Cabos, is set for completion in 2018.

With 77 re-imagined rooms, a Beach Club, Aleta Seafood Grill, Bar and Sun Deck, and Spa Ritual, the property was developed by Rabago Artiquitectors & Consultores with Cachet Interior Design (CID), which revamped the former Cabo Villas Beach Resort and Spa into this new property.

The design was inspired by the colors and legends of the Sea of Cortez. The new accommodations, in particular—ranging from studios to three- and four-bedroom penthouse suites to a private beach house—have Mexican art and local patterns and hues.

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Rooms have Bluetooth speakers, RoomNetTVs that allow guests to stream their own media, and ASSA ABLOY wristband door keys. Amenities at the rooms also include in-room yoga mats, flip-flops, towels and beach bags.

The hotel also has three wet areas including pools and hot tubs. Similarly, it has sea or marina views.

CHG’s portfolio includes properties in China, Thailand, Mexico and the US.

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