Nobu Hotel Los Cabos To Open This April


Take a peek inside Los Cabos’ coolest new opening


Calling all luxury travelers! Mexico’s hotel scene is set to expand even further this spring with the opening of Nobu Hotel Los Cabos, a Japanese beach house styled with Los Cabos’ laid-back style in mind.

With its stark desert landscape and azure water, Los Cabos makes a fitting location for the dreamy new hotel.

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A municipality located at the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, its two towns of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo are linked by a twenty-mile Resort Corridor, filled with stunning  beach-front properties and championship golf courses.

Featuring 200 stylish, ocean-view guest rooms that seamlessly blend contemporary Japanese minimalism with locally-sourced Mexican materials and natural finishes, the new hotel is a design lover’s dream that will bring a dose of sleekness to the area.

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Think custom-made furniture, wood-soaking tubs, shoji-inspired closet doors and Japanese lanterns all reflect Japanese-Mexican fusion at its finest.

The brand’s very first Mexican opening, the beachfront property will offer something for everyone – whether it be the relaxed vacationer or the beachfront business crowd.

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Like every Nobu Hotel, the hotel’s foundation will focus on creating and delivering exceptional gourmet experiences; world-famous Japanese cuisine married with seasonal ingredients and the mastery of Chef Nobu.

Foodies can indulge in Nobu’s most-loved signature dishes, from rock shrimp tempura and miso black cod, to yellowtail sashimi with sliced jalapeno peppers.

What’s more, the new Mexican getaway will also house a Malibu Farm restaurant, serving up simple, farm-to-table dining that is fresh, organic and locally sourced when possible. 

Slated to open April 2019. For more information, visit nobuhotels.com.

 

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