Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos
What We Love
- Private terraces with hammocks in each guest room
- Lobster tacos at the property’s cocina
- Ayurvedic treatmets at Ojo de Liebre, the 10,000-square-foot spa
- Del Barco, the property’s indigenous art gallery
What To Know
The resort’s artisan butler service can help curate personalized excursions (regional cook classes; fishing on the resort’s yacht)
The wine menu here includes over 2,500 vintages
The CaboNautas Kids Club caters to children between the ages of 3 and 8
Choose from two 50-meter infinity pools
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
From the culinary cornucopia to its spa treatments, everything at this waterfront wonderland evokes the surrounding Baja Peninsula
Mexican beachfront resorts often conjure up images of palapas and palomas, but you’ll find nothing stereotypical at this nature-driven Golden Corridor haven—a spellbinding stack of quarry stone, granite, and marble. Sandwiched between a pair of rock beds, the sophisticated retreat seems to sprout out of the Sea of Cortez itself, and all 128 rooms maximize those ocean views with floor-to-ceiling glass doors, outdoor showers, and private plunge pools. If you’re in the mood to mingle, make your way to one of the public pools (there are five to choose from here, including a pair dressed in exquisite green granite) or stop by one of the property’s four restaurants, where executive chef Pedro Joaquin Arceyut preps just-caught fish, dry-aged steak, wood-fired flatbreads, and innovative salads with greens sourced from local biodynamic farms. Let’s not forget the resort’s 10,000-square-foot spa, which is the area’s only spa to offer thalassotherapy and well worth reserving a day for.
In the Area
Privacy is paramount at this seaside sanctuary, which is midway between the main hubs of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. While the dusty Carretera Transpeninsula isn’t exactly known for its swimmable beaches, this pristine stretch of shore is an exception. For a closer look at Baja California’s golden deserts, arrange botanical tours of Cactimundo and Wirikuta (the resort can assist), or partake in one of the area’s seasonal outings: whales visit the coast during winter and early spring, a weekly art walk dazzles visitors between November and June, and a revolving door of fishing tournaments lures avid anglers.
How to Get There
Had a chance to spend the day at Solaz on Jan 29, 2019 and it did not disappoint! Beautiful grounds, luxury rooms and incredible spa facilities. This resort is 5 star excellence in every way. The views from the infinity pool made a great backdrop for relaxing and taking photos 😊 Gabriela Gallegos at the Office House was a pleasure to interact with and made us some delicious cocktails while Victor provided some laughs for the afternoon. Suggest the lobster tacos poolside with one of Gabbys Mojitos for a amazing day. Just book it, you will not be disappointed.
Our photoshoot was alot of fun and our pictures super awesome!! Highly recommend!!
Extremely patient photographer with interesting ideas for shots and captured the view perfectly.
Totally worth it!!!!
I am writing this actually from the pool, this place is going to become the new landmark in Los Cabos, hotels will be know as before and after Solaz.
There are a lot of new hotels being built on the area, but most of them are the same ugly structures, high rise, high-density properties that you can find anywhere. But Solaz is different in every way. Landscaping is amazing (there are no palm trees anywhere!), architecture is beautiful, but my favorite part is the beach, it has a different color from other beaches in los Cabos, more turqouise and idyllic. There was a whale breaching right in front 2 days ago. The place is huge, but surprinsingly, there are very few hotel rooms, and the feeling of low-density makes it even more luxurious.
This place is an awe-inspiring hotel that is world-class, not found anywhere. Every spot is an Instagramable moment...
The Luxury Collection has several properties around the world, all different and with a story of their own, but i think this Will be my favorite one (my other bucket list property is the Marques del Riscal... coming soon!!!).
It just opened a couple months ago or so, and one can still feel it in the service, but it will be working like a swiss clock in no time.
Service is great, people are very friendly, spa is really cool, kids club is cool, the Museum/Gallery is worth a visit.
Also, Mako has the best burger in town...
This property is stunning with natural landscape and architecture. I purchased at Solaz during pre-construction and had only seen renderings and a video. The final product surpassed what I expected. Not only are the grounds remarkable but each suite is stunning. Very modern décor with a natural ambience, huge terraces with magnificent views of the ocean. The Solaz employees were outstanding from Isaac that was so patient & kind to me & my friends, to the valets, especially Victor. Katia was super kind and recommended places for us to visit. I cannot remember all of the names but thank you to each of the employees at Solaz for providing us such a lovely experience.
The property was so impressive that my friend decided to purchase for her family too!
I highly recommend Solaz to anyone desiring a luxury, peaceful resort with natural ambience. I will be back soon!!
Fantastic hotel with amazing service .! U will feel like a loyalties in the resort .! Restaurants and pool side bar will offer you amazing food with millions dollars views . A Must visit .! Bell staff and front desk agents are super friendly and eager to help . always smiling .! Don’t forget to let concierge teams to book your activities. They are awesome .! Paul & Paulina are fantastic . ( forgot the name of other concierge lady name . You are awesome too ) . Don’t for get .... worth to tips . Service are amazing !!! Will be back :)