The Best New Hotels and Restaurants to Visit in Cabo

Thanks to a series of new properties, Los Cabos, Hollywood’s beloved getaway, is bigger and better than ever. “Cabo continues to reinvent itself,” says travel consultant Smartflyer Kara Slateradding that its Los Angeles guests love this sunny Mexican hotspot – anchored by the towns of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas – for its “stunning sea-meets-mountain views, reliable hospitality and unparalleled culinary offerings.”

Next year, Amanvari will also make its long-awaited debut. “All of these hotels realize that guests have so many options and do everything they can to satisfy them,” says Michael Torbiak, luxury travel advisor at Tourist attractions M. domo. Cabo just received the luxury the party has started.


Zadun: Cabo’s luxury additions include Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton reserve (rooms from $1,499 per night; more options on and Expedia), just east of San Jose del Cabo. The biggest draw of this contemporary resort – one of only six Reserve properties in the Ritz-Carlton portfolio – is its 115 ultra-private, self-catering rooms, suites and villas. These indoor and outdoor paradises offer spectacular views of the Sea of ​​Cortez and the coastline of Puerto Los Cabos. The property is distinguished by distinctive amenities, including the 30,000-square-foot Alkemia Spa, which features a Savasana room where sound therapy and a vibrating floor combine to offer guests a unique meditation practice. In addition to chakra alignment and reiki healing, among other new treatments, the resort recently introduced a traditional Temazcal healing hut called the Templo de Calor (house of warmth). There, guests enter a sauna-like space, intended to purify the soul and purify energies, accompanied by chants led by a shaman.

A King room at Zadun, a Ritz-Carlton reserve

Ritz Carlton Hotel

Four Seasons Costa Palmas: Cabo has also expanded further into the Eastern Cape of Baja with the continued development of Costa Palmas, a 1,500-acre destination (about an hour’s drive north of Los Cabos International Airport). Led by Los Angeles-based developers Irongate, the resort and residential community – home to Gwyneth Paltrow and where CAA’s Bryan Lourd has been spotted vacationing – includes the Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos in Costa Palmas (from $1,250; more options on and Expedia), which opened in late 2019 and includes a Mexican outpost of the popular New York restaurant Estiatorio Milos. Many Angelenos have purchased second or third residences there, according to Torbiak. “With such a large supply of luxury properties in the area, it allows hotels to really up their game in terms of offerings, services and accommodations,” he says.

The Mozza Caprese salad at Mozza Baja.

Courtesy of Costas Palmas

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