Marriott’s Luxury Collection Headed to Los Cabos

by Jessica Montevago
Marriott’s Luxury Collection Headed to Los Cabos


Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort will open June 2018 in Los Cabos, joining the destination’s booming luxury resort market.

Nestled on a coveted 34 acres overlooking the Sea of Cortez, the beachfront resort has 128 rooms and 21 residences. Each guestroom and suite features a private entrance and patio, contemporary furnishings, and original art, while private terraces provide unobstructed views of the sea.

Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort
One of the resort's 128 guestrooms.

Designed by architectural firm Sordo Madaleno, "the resort’s cascading terraces blend desert vegetation with quarry stone, granite, marble and wood to create an architectural sculpture,” Marriott said.

There will be six restaurant and lounges, including freshly caught fish and seafood at Al Pairo; traditional and contemporary Baja fare and tapas at Cascabel; and a “Dinner Grill” featuring dry-aged steaks, local live lobsters, and the sea’s freshest fish at Mako. La Cava will offer a selection of more than 2,500 vintages, many of which are local to the region.

Other amenities include 50-meter (164 feet) infinity pools lining the beaches, fitness center, and 10,000 square feet Ojo de Liebre Spa, with 10 private treatment rooms and two VIP double rooms. Families visiting the resort can also take advantage of the children’s club.

Guests’ will be able to experience the local culture and cuisine through private cooking classes with the chef, fishing on a private yacht with the chef preparing the catch, or venture to see historic cave paintings.

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