New Four Seasons Resort in Los Cabos Opens Bookings

The new Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas is now accepting reservations for stays beginning November 1. The new Los Cabos resort from Four Seasons will be the only one of the company’s properties to have a private marina, and it will be located on a swimmable beach on the East Cape

The 114-room property will have views of the Sea of Cortez and private terraces in all accommodations, with a design that attempts to integrate indoor and outdoor spaces. Guests will be able to enjoy five dining options, including the first Latin American outpost of Chef Costas Spiliadis’ Estiatorio Milos Mediterranean seafood restaurant. 

Other property highlights will run the gamut from a spa and wellness center with 10 treatment rooms, including two couples’ suites, to four pools and a Robert Trent Jones II-designed, 18-hole golf course. From the private marina, guests will be able to set sail on sunset cruises or sport fishing expeditions. 

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The resort will also be set on grounds that include 18 acres of organic farms and orchards, a Sports Complex with space for tennis, volleyball and basketball, as well as fitness facilities, and a teen center. The resort will also offer Four Seasons’ signature Kids for All Seasons program. 

The site of the property will be approximately 45 minutes from Los Cabos International Airport

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