Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos pays tribute to Baja California

Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos is scheduled to open on September 1, occupying 34 acres overlooking the Sea of Cortez, midway between the city of Cabo San Lucas and the town of San Jose del Cabo. This will be the first hotel in Baja California Sur for The Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts brand.

The 128-guestroom resort will pay tribute to Baja California, both in its design and guest experience.

Designed by Mexican architectural firm Sordo Madaleno, the resort has terraces that blend desert vegetation with quarry stone, granite, marble and wood. Celebrating the endemic landscape of Baja, the property has a sustainable “dry jungle” featuring only endemic species and flora.

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Solaz Resort has original works throughout the property, created by Mexican artist César López Negrete. El Gabinete “Del Barco” is the resort’s indigenous gallery, showcasing regional artifacts such as a 43-foot-long whale skeleton and a historical map collection.

 The rooms and suite at Solaz Resort have a private entrance and patio, contemporary furnishings, original art, Bluetooth technology, and touch screen remote control access to the curtains, lighting and music. Floor plans blur the lines between indoor and outdoor space, as private terraces provide unobstructed views of the sea.

The property has four restaurants and lounges, including Mako, which has al fresco dining.

For events, Solaz Resort has 20,000 square feet of meeting, wedding and event space that can accommodate more than 1,000 guests and includes a 3,500-square-foot ballroom and a 11,000-square-foot outdoor deck.

Photo credit: Solaz Resort

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