This jewel of the Mexican Pacific has more Five Star Awards properties than any other national destination.
Los Cabos confirms its status as a mecca for luxury hospitality in Mexico. Three hotels and their respective spas, located in the spectacular southernmost destination of Baja California, debut on Travel Guidess annual Five Star Awards 2020 winners list.
With this addition, the Mexican destination has a total of eight distinguished hotels and spas with the highest rating awarded by the prestigious list. This is in addition to six properties recognized with four stars and two with the status of recommended.
The foregoing after being evaluated by Forbes Travel Guide inspectors, who posed as guests to discover the best luxury experiences offered by the different regions of the planet.
Discover which are the highlights of the new hotels in Los Cabos that hold the Five Star Awards 2020 distinctive.
Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal
Built on the side of a mountain, the property offers astonishing views from every angle and an atmosphere conducive to relaxation.
In addition to offering service that exceeds expectations, inspectors report that it has one of the best hotel boutiques with designer names such Melissa Odabash and Tom Ford, as well as a selection of locally made items.
Montage Los Cabos
An unspoiled horseshoe of soft sand surrounds the calm, crystal clear ocean, making this property a paradise with beaches for swimming, a rarity in this area, as most resorts perch against dramatic rocks and crashing waves. Three pools are scattered throughout the grounds and differ not by age designations, but by setting and landscape.
One&Only Palmilla, Los Cabos Resort
At night, the complex is transformed into an oasis by the light of the candles that line the corridors, between buildings, and those lit by the butler inside the room. At the pools, guests will find attentive attendants who not only provide towels and cocktails but also pillows under the knees and whatever they require while enjoying the beautiful panorama.
As Los Cabos continues to develop as a leisure resort, its tourism offerings are expanding beyond the conventional localities of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. From the Pacific coast to the beaches of the East Cape, the Baja Peninsula is in rapid growth to sustain the surge in luxury arrivals.