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Back in 2018, Marriott opened a brand-new Luxury Collection property in Los Cabos, Mexico.
Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos received much fanfare for its beautiful design and setting and the numerous high-end amenities it offered guests.
Then, in 2021, the resort closed for renovations and upgrades. However, as of mid-January, the resort is once again open for guests.
Here’s what you need to know!
What’s New at Solaz?
According to a press release from Marriott, Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos, is ready to accept guests.
“We are excited to reopen and showcase the exciting new upgrades that elevate the experience of visiting Solaz and Los Cabos,” said Giuliana Torres, General Manager of Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos. “We look forward to welcoming new visitors and seeing our returning guests continue to create unforgettable memories at the resort.”
So, what can guests expect when they return to this high-end beachfront property?
According to Marriott, the property has added 21 new suites, including the Villa Solaz Suite, which measures in at a whopping 10,645 square feet and has 4 bedrooms. Guests who book this suite will also have access to a private chef and mixologist and an “Artisan Butler Service” to ensure that the stay is individualized to guests’ specific preferences. (It should be noted that all guests, no matter the room category, have access to the property’s butler service.)
In addition, the resort has added 2 so-called “Wellness Suites,” which have been designed to enhance relaxation and “whole-body therapy.” These are individual guest rooms with specific amenities — like a double-bed massage table, a steam room, or heated loungers fitted with meditation visors — that cater to travelers who want to take a vacation to boost their well-being.
With the additional suites, Solaz now has a total of 145 guest rooms and suites.
Elsewhere, the resort is debuting Mako Beach, a new oceanfront venue that is poised to be a draw for people all over the area. It boasts a custom-designed Airstream that serves up “delicious Baja-style cuisine,” and will feature live entertainment and DJs.
In addition to all the new features, Solaz offers guests plenty to keep them occupied while on the property.
There are a total of 7 outposts for eating and drinking, including:
- Al Pairo: Helmed by Chef Martín Arellano, this restaurant serves dishes inspired by a fusion of American, Asian, European, and Latin cuisines made with fresh, local, and sustainable ingredients
- La Cava: Curated by the resort’s sommelier, Ulises Barrios, this wine cellar provides incredible views — especially at sunset
- Cascabel: An indoor/outdoor dining concept at which guests can enjoy the hotel’s “Baja Market Style Breakfast”
- Foresta: Part of the resort’s Ojo de Liebre Spa, this cafe offers a plant-based menu made with sustainable and locally-sourced ingredients along with juices and smoothies.
- Mako: This restaurant and grill serves steaks, lobster, and fresh seafood
- Riccio di Mare: An Italian restaurant that’s inspired by northern Italy’s osterias
- Mako Beach: The aforementioned new venue that serves Baja-style cuisine from a bespoke Airstream in addition to entertainment and lively vibes
Solaz places a large emphasis on wellness and sustainability. The fitness center features state-of-the-art TechnoGym equipment and well as cryotherapy facilities.
The Ojo de Liebre Spa, meanwhile, offers 12 private treatment rooms including 4 “VIP double private treatment rooms.” The spa menu includes massages, detoxes, facials, healing treatments, and more.
The resort boasts almost 1,250 feet of private beach in addition to multiple 50-meter infinity pools overlooking the Sea of Cortez, along with experiences designed specifically for kids and teens.
Booking a Stay at Solaz
A quick search of Marriott’s site shows that you can book rooms from about $640 per night if you were to pay cash. Otherwise, award nights start at 73,500 Marriott Bonvoy points per night.
Hot Tip: Read our full review of the Marriott Bonvoy program to learn all there is to know!
After a long closure, Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos, is finally open for guests once again.
While it will cost you — whether you pay in cash or in points — the resort offers plenty of luxury and amenities to ensure you have a memorable vacation.
If a trip to Cabo has been on your mind, you can once again add Solaz to your list of potential places to stay!
Featured Image Credit: Marriott
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