Four Seasons Adds Second Resort in Cabo San Lucas


The vibrant Cabo Del Sol resort community, on Mexico’s Los Cabos Corridor, is now home to the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Cabo San Lucas.

With interiors by New York-based firm Meyer Davis, the modern hacienda welcomes guests with the warmth of an anticipated homecoming, drawing inspiration from Pueblos Mágicos, a series of Mexican towns that showcase local craftsmanship, rich culture, art, music, and food.

At the heart of the property lies La Casona, a gathering place for guests and visitors alike. Anchored by a large fireplace, local artwork, and sweeping ocean views, the residentially inspired space serves as an unconventional lobby, where reception desks are replaced with oversized sofas.

The resort features 96 guestrooms, casitas, suites, and villas, ranging from 847 to 7,255 square feet, with views of the Sea of Cortez, where whales visit every year from November to April. (The property also include 61 branded residences, villas, and estates.)

Clean lines and open, airy spaces define the accommodations as traditional Mexican influences mingle with contemporary luxury. Rooms also boast retractable glass doors and private terraces that extend the indoors outside, while many suites also include private plunge pools and outdoor showers.

Onsite amenities include a swimmable beach, three pools, three restaurants, five bars, and access to the Cabo Del Sol golf course. In addition, there is an art studio, full-service spa, fitness center, adventure center, local retail experiences, and events space.

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