Anyone who has spent time in Mexico’s Baja California peninsula will tell you that the region is home to many of the most luxurious resort properties in the world, but Los Angeles-based Viceroy Hotel Group is taking the hotel experience to a new level with the opening of a futuristic-inspired property in San José del Cabo.


Overlooking the stunning Baja California coastline, the Viceroy Los Cabos is the 15th hotel in the Viceroy’s worldwide portfolio. The luxury property, which was designed by Mexico-based architect Miguel Angel Aragonés and originally home to the Mar Adentro, has nearly 200 rooms and features five new restaurants, a beachfront pool and bar, a premier fitness center and a minimal design that aims to be both sleek and welcoming. Inspired by the natural surroundings and both the ocean and the desert, a blue and earth tone color palette is present throughout the property and highlights artwork and décor that celebrates Mexico’s cultural heritage.



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From the jaw-dropping views of the Sea of Cortes to the infinity pool, there’s something exceptional to see at nearly every turn. Dining venues included a Latin-fusion restaurant which looks like it’s floating on water called Nido, a Tequila Library, and a rooftop bar slated to open later this year. Guests can also look forward to an on-site movie theatre and an experience curator called the “Head Of Vibe” who can help visitors arrange activities like surfing lessons and cooking classes.


The hotel officially opened on May 23 and is taking reservations. Room rates start at $420 a night, so to learn more about the new property, visit Viceroy Los Cabos here.