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LOS CABOS, MEXICO — The all-new Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas is now accepting reservations beginning Nov. 1, 2019, inviting guests to experience Los Cabos in a new way.
Situated on the East Cape of the Baja California Peninsula, the 405-hectare resort community of Costas Palmas stretches along 3.2 kilometres of swimmable white sand beach on the shores of the Sea of Cortez.
“We are truly breaking new ground here, being part of this community that, while only 45-minutes from Los Cabos International Airport, presents an undiscovered paradise like no other on the Baja Peninsula,” says Vince Parrotta, Four Seasons President, Hotel Operations – Americas West.
The grounds offer five dining options, seven hectares of organic farm and orchards, a Spa and Wellness Centre with 10 stand-alone treatment rooms with two couples suites; four expansive pools; a Robert Trent Jones II 18-hole golf course; a Sports Complex that includes tennis, volleyball and basketball and fitness facilities; and a well-stocked Teen Centre and Kids for All Seasons program.
The resort features 141 guest rooms, including 23 suites, all with views of the Sea of Cortez and private terraces. The interiors include sunlit bathrooms with sea views and free-standing oversized bathtubs. Four Seasons Private Residences will also soon be available for short-term vacation stays.
The on-site culinary team is led by Chef Tonatiuh Cuevas, who most recently introduced the Nayarit-inspired restaurant Zanaya at Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City. Dining venues include Casa de Brasa, a Baja-inspired brasserie; El Puesto, for sea-to-table ceviches; The Cove, an al fresco bar and grill; and Ginger’s, an all-day eclectic café. There’s also an extensive collection of local tequilas and mezcals to complement the food and beverage offerings, as well as an impressive collection of Greek, French and regional wines from Baja Mexico, the oldest wine-producing nation in the Americas.
“Costa Palmas and now Four Seasons Resort truly introduce a new way to experience Cabo. Our vision from the outset was to create a fresh and mindfully planned community in the natural beauty of the East Cape for those of all ages who appreciate a natural setting, a refined approach to design, a spirited sense of adventure and of course, impeccable service,” adds Jason Grosfeld, Chairman and CEO of Irongate (Costa Palmas developer).
For more information, visit fourseasons.com/loscabos.