Montage Los Cabos to Open as a Virtuoso Hotel

A room at Montage Los Cabos

When the Montage Los Cabos opens this May, it will be as part of the Virtuoso Preview program. The hotel will offer opening advantages exclusively for bookings made through Virtuoso advisors, including a $100 resort credit for guests staying between June 1 and December 15. Other, ongoing benefits include:

  • Upgrade on arrival if available
  • Daily full breakfast for two guests
  • Early check-in/late check-out if available
  • Wi-Fi
  • One-way airport transfer for bookings in Beachfront Suites and above

Located on the Golden Corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, Montage's first property outside the U.S. will have 122 guestrooms and suites with native materials and an earth-tone color scheme.

The resort will also have two pools and two tennis courts, along with access to The Fred Couples Signature Golf Course. Wellness options include a 21,000-square-foot signature Spa Montage and fitness center. There’s also an immersive children's program, Paintbox.


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Montage Los Cabos will have multiple dining options, with a specialty being the region's seafood and local ingredients. There will be 5,100 square feet of indoor event space and more than 30,000 square feet of outdoor space, including multiple beachside lawns, which the hotels will use for weddings.

Preview is part of Virtuoso's Hotels & Resorts Program, which encompasses more than 1,200 of the globe's best properties in over 100 countries.


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