This luxurious beachside resort in Mexico’s Baja California Sur state sits on a pristine beach overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Our refreshing updates to the amenity spaces improve circulation, access, and views, while also creating more moments for guests to interact.
The columns of a new porte cochere are concealed with totem-like, geometric, slatted wood screens. As guests enter the lobby, a sky bridge now provides views and circulation directly out to the beach by way of grand, bleacher-like stairs.
The exclusive OMNIA Dayclub Los Cabos is elevated from the beach for privacy and surrounded by a trellis made of wood to support live greenery.
We raised the elevated pools by two meters for better views and more energy.
The U-shaped resort faces the beach and embraces several swimming pools. Twig cabanas are juxtaposed with lush, rich curtains.
Clusters of pendant lights hang over wood lounges and tables, with subtle industrial details and blue-hued rugs and upholstery.
Sitting under existing canopies and directly on the reflecting pool, the SHOREbar is a large, casual, open-air pavilion serving food and drinks all day. Rockwell Group added a truss structure to a dramatic, curved thatch roof and reoriented the bar so that it has views of the ocean.
Casa Calavera, a bar and lounge, transforms into a club at night. An array of architectural finishes, from Mexican tiles to pebbles, stacked stone, and Mexican altar shadowboxes set into niches add texture and color. And the Los Cabos location of Chef Brian Malarkey’s restaurant Herringbone has been imagined as an airy Mexican beach house that sits on a series of the resort’s cascading reflecting pools with views of the ocean.