Viceroy Los Cabos to Expand Event Space

The Viceroy Los Cabos is set to open a new ballroom in January 2020. Adding to the resort’s nearly 43,000 square feet of event space, the new venue will be able to accommodate up to 400 guests. 

The new ballroom will also have seamless load-in and load-out capability, with enough space to accommodate cars and boats for large-scale corporate showcases. 

The Viceroy Los Cabos has over 20 different function spaces, some of which are customizable, along with catering from its culinary team, tech amenities and preferred guest room blocks for business meetings and conferences. 


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Meeting guests can also have group experiences at the resort’s food and beverage outlets, including Nido, the nest-like structured Cevicheria + Bar, Nidito Beach + Poolside Bar, Casero Restaurant, Otro Bar and Cielomar Rooftop. Experience options run the gamut from a welcome dinner at CieloMar to an interactive beverage class at the Otro Bar or a group farewell breakfast at Casero. 

In addition to the dining venues, Viceroy Los Cabos has a fitness center curated by Los Angeles-based celebrity trainer, Harley Pasternak, and the Spa at Viceroy Los Cabos.

Other amenities at the 194-room resort include a cinema room for movie screenings and a beachfront location facing the Sea of Cortez. The resort is in San José del Cabo on the Coast of Baja California.

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