Mar del Cabo Launches in Los Cabos, Mexico

Courtesy of Velas Resorts

Mar del Cabo in Los Cabos, Mexico, is now open.

Velas Resorts says the new place of stay is an adaptation of the classic boutique hotel, designed to captivate and comfort with its space of minimalism. Created as a white canvas with touches of color, it is the deep blue of the Sea of Cortez and the golden beaches that add tone, depth and natural accents. Located midway between San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, Mar del Cabo invites travelers to experience a beachy vibe.

All 46 suites and penthouses feature one or two bedrooms with a king or two queen size beds, kitchenette with coffee maker and microwave oven, terrace with sitting area, separate living area with sofa, bathroom width step-in rain shower, and daily turndown service.


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The hotel website says the minimum age for minors to stay at the Penthouse is 12. Minors from 12 to 17 years hold have to share it with an adult.

Culinary offerings involve organic cuisine inspired by local Baja dishes and coastal Mediterranean favorites. They will be served at the Encanto Restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  A bar, oceanfront spa, ocean-front pool, as well as outdoor spaces to hold private events are also featured at the Los Cabos hotel.

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