by Michael J. Shapiro | March 06, 2018
The long-awaited Solaz Los Cabos, the first Luxury Collection Resort on Mexico's Baja California Peninsula, will debut this June. The property, which will have 128 guest rooms and 21 residences, will cover 34 acres overlooking the Sea of Cortez. It will be the seventh Luxury Collection property in Mexico, joining hotels in Campeche, Mexico City and the Yucatán. 
The sophisticated, modern Solaz will also have a spa and wellness center, as well as six on-site restaurants and lounges. The resort's architectural design consists of unique cascading terraces that blend desert vegetation with quarry stone, granite, marble and wood; each guest room will have a private entrance and patio, unobstructed views of the sea, custom furnishings and original art. 
Works by Mexican artist César Negrete is featured throughout the resort. There will also be a gallery, Gabinete Del Barco, showcasing regional artifacts and dedicated to Miguel Del Barco, a 16th-century Jesuit missionary who chronicled the history and ethnography of the region.
Among the F&B options at Solaz will be Al Pairo, serving fresh seafood; Cascabel, with a menu of traditional and contemporary Baja fare and tapas; Mako, a dinner grill serving dry-aged steaks, local lobsters and fish; and La Cava, a wine and cocktail establishment offering more than 2,500 wines on the menu, many of them local.
Multiple infinity pools will line the white-sand beach, each tiled with a unique green granite. The 10,000-square-foot Ojo de Liebre spa will have 10 private treatment rooms, two VIP double rooms and a full range of services, as well as a salon and workout facilities.
Solaz promises 20,000 square feet of meeting and event space with a capacity of 1,000 attendees, including a 3,500-square-foot ballroom and an 11,000-square-foot outdoor deck.