by Loren G. Edelstein | July 06, 2015
The Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort officially reopened July 1, following a multimillion-dollar renovation. The resort had been closed since September 2014, when it sustained extensive damage from Hurricane Odile. Beyond reparations and renovations, the property also has unveiled new culinary concepts, 65 new club-level suites, a 7,000-square-foot spa and salon, and additional enhancements.
Among other new features is El Sombrero, offering handcrafted fashions, and a completely redesigned resort landscape with private cabanas and hammocks. In the guest rooms, major upgrades include hand-painted wall murals.
In August, the resort will unveil La Vista Club, an entirely new "hotel within a hotel" concept, with 65 rooms and suites. These rooms will feature extended balconies, custom-made furnishings, marble baths and unique, members-only amenities.
As part of phase-two renovations, to be completed in September, the resort will present a new spa concept focusing on holistic health, wellness and fitness experiences for guests. The 7,000-square-foot spa will feature 15 treatment rooms, three pedicure stations and four manicure tables, as well as a new Zen Garden and Movement Studio. Also set to open in September is Vela, a fine-dining concept with world cuisine inspired by Mexican culture, history and ingredients.