More Details on New Luxury Collection Resort in Los Cabos

The Luxury Collection plans to open its first hotel in Baja California Sur next month. Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos will begin welcoming guests starting September 1.

The new hotel will have 128 guestrooms. Each one will provide a private entrance and patio, modern furnishings and original art. Guests will be able to make use of the latest technology, including a remote-control touch screen that controls the room’s curtains, lighting and music.

While in the area, visitors can take a private helicopter trip to see the Cave Paintings of Baja and swim with whale sharks. Cooking enthusiasts can take a culinary class inspired by the local cuisine. Situated between two rockbeds, the resort also offers one of the few swimmable beaches in the area. Every rooms comes with a dedicated butler to design tailormade experiences and adventures.


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Solaz sits directly between the busy Cabo San Lucas and the quiet San Jose del Cabo, overlooking the Sea of Cortez. Mexican architecture firm Sordo Madaleno designed the resort, drawing inspiration from the surrounding landscape. The property features sculptures and furnishings created by the Mexican artist César López Negrete. Also available for guests is the resort’s gallery El Gabinete “Del Barco,” displaying a whale skeleton, a historical map collection and other regional artifacts.

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