Olivia Aldrete designs interiors of expanded Cabo San Lucas resort

The Towers at Pacifica will mirror the existing resort’s minimalist décor with organic elements.

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort will unveil a brand new expansion this winter, featuring upscale guestrooms and suites, a new gourmet restaurant concept, VIP lounge, and fitness center, all with oceanfront views. The interior design of the multistructure, oceanfront building was led by Mexico City-based Olivia Aldrete.

Drawing inspiration from Cabo San Lucas’ landscape of long beaches and desert foliage, the 47 club-level guestrooms and suites of The Towers at Pacifica will mirror the existing resort’s minimalist décor with organic elements.

Curated design touches will be found throughout the guestrooms to capture the artistic culture of Mexico, including framed handmade rebozos (indigenous shawls) from San Luis Potosí, photography, woodwork and embroidery, all of which were crafted by Mexican artisans and commissioned exclusively for The Towers at Pacifica. Accents in each room will reflect the natural geography surrounding the resort, such as hand-carved wooden headboards with recessed panels.


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In the suites, a separate living room with a full dining area will anchor the space, with contemporary décor to light up the room, such as an Edison-bulb chandelier, asymmetrical mirrored and wooden coffee tables, custom mid-century modern furniture, patterned armoires, decorative cushions from Sierra de Nayarit, black clay accents from Oaxaca, and Mexican paintings. The color palette will include creams and browns, hues of orange and yellow. Each decorative piece will be hand-selected by Aldrete.

The Towers at Pacifica will begin welcoming guests on December 22.