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
Can’t imagine a better way to experience Baja California! Amazing property, all details in the room made me feel like in home, staff was exceptional, and they food was just beyond awsome: fresh, natural, and soooo tasty!! Need to go back asap!!
Excelent stay and great service from Victor at Erizo. Love the environmental concerns taken into the plan like using only native plants in landscape and ocean water that has been desalinated it everything seems perfect
My girlfriend and I, visited Solaz in September 2018. I believe they had just opened their doors. Upon arrival we were greeted by Joan, who provided a much needed Mango Refresher. The property was AMAZINGLY BEAUTIFUL.
The check in process was smooth and easy. Alphonso escorted us to our room, which had a relaxing hammock and plunge pool. We were sooo pleased with the ambiance.
We relaxed for a few minutes, before heading to MACA. The food was sooo good & Fresh. The cocktails were good and strong as well. After eating a delightful meal, we were served complimentary fresh fruit popsicles, poolside. We got drunk and engaged in ridiculously odd behavior for 40 year olds...but hey, we were on vacation.
To sum it up. It will be very HARD for me to stay at another resort in Cabo, as Solaz surpassed all my expectations. The decor, the food, the hospitality were top notch.
My wife and I decided upon the Solaz for our honeymoon and we wished we had never left. Not just because it was our honeymoon or because the weather was fabulous but because this is one unbelievable resort with excellent service.
The poolside attendant (which is misnomer because he did it all), Guillermo, was outstanding. His service is indicative of the service of the entire place. Excellent!!!
Wait staff, cleaning staff...everyone we came in contact with was very friendly.
Our goal is to return as often as possible!
Absolutely AMAZING!!!! We stayed here for 4 nights over thanksgiving & had a wonderful time. The staff were incredibly kind & service was excellent. The “butler “ service was not exactly any different then simply calling a concierge. We were told they are our “personal “ concierges but it didn’t feel that way. We booked dinner @ the Italian restaurant on thanksgiving night but they had a prie fix menu which we weren’t told about. Also one of the other restaurants had a full thanksgiving dinner which we also weren’t informed about when we were asking about dinner options. Besides minor details the staff were great. We’ve had similar services @ the Rosewood Mayakoba & St.Regis Punta Mita & it both times it was much more personalized. Our room was beautiful, spacious, clean, & bed was very comfortable. We also really enjoyed all of our meals at the hotel. We used the kids room on two of the days. Our daughter is 20 months old & seemed to enjoy it there. It’s def something that is better for kids 2 & older. We went to pick up our daughter on the 2nd day after 1hr & she was crying ALOT. She never cries so this was concerning. They didn’t have an answer & just looked @ us blankly. The pool was def one of our favorite things about the property. It was beautiful, clean & had amazing views. Overall excellent hotel & will def go back!