A multimillion-dollar renovation put a new face on this Los Cabos classic following Hurricane Odile.
The Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort is new and improved thanks to extensive renovation efforts after Hurricane Odile. The stunning beachfront location facing the Sea of Cortes has stayed the same, but inside, Hirsch Bedner & Associates have given the hotel a makeover that holds firmly to its Mexican heritage through custom artwork and colorful textiles, while also adding enviable features that include a range of new dining options. The 375 guest accommodations all offer idyllic ocean views from private balconies and modern amenities including Wi-Fi and LCD TVs. The addition of 65 Club Level rooms ups the appeal with expanded space and exclusive access to culinary offerings and other bonus features. For sipping and supping, Azul lounge serves Los Cabos’ largest tequila collection, while Mio offers fresh and healthy nibbles poolside. House restaurants include El Meson (contemporary Mexican with an emphasis on seafood), Madero (American-Mexican fusion), and the newest member of the resort's dining family, Vela, which takes classic Italian cuisine in a tantalizing direction with the use of Mexican ingredients and techniques. Kids are definitely not forgotten; the Hilton hosts a range of programming and activities for younger guests. In the meantime, mom and dad can swim up to the bar at two of the property’s sparkling pools before retiring to a hammock or cabana for the afternoon. Before you go, pick up a souvenir at El Sombrero, the on-site local hat shop.
AddressCarretera Transpeninsular KM 19.5 23447 San Jose del Cabo Mexico
Contact+52 62 4145 6500, 877-354-1399 (US toll-free) Hotel’s Website
Hotel detailsBusiness center Golf Meeting room(s) Restaurant(s) Swimming pool Tennis Valet parking & parking lot
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