by Michael J. Shapiro | April 26, 2017
The St. Regis Hotels & Resorts brand has inked an agreement to enter Mexico's surging Los Cabos hotel market. The 120-room luxury property will debut in early 2021 in the Quivira residential community, which is about four miles west of Cabo San Lucas, where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, about 30 miles southwest of Los Cabos International Airport.
 
"The St. Regis Los Cabos at Quivira will set a new standard in handcrafted hospitality in Los Cabos by providing personalized and refined service tailored to the modern luxury traveler," said Laurent De Kousemaeker, chief development officer for the Caribbean and Latin America for Marriott International. "Thanks to an increase in affluent national and international travelers, Los Cabos' profile and luxury landscape have grown rapidly in the past years, creating an ideal opportunity for St. Regis."
 
The 1,850-acre master-planned Quivira community has a private beach club, a village center, a foodie restaurant market, nature reserves, and more than 20 miles of scenic walking and biking trails, as well as an acclaimed Jack Niklaus-designed golf course. 
 
The hotel's guest rooms all will have ocean views, and amenities will include St. Regis butler service, three dining venues, a beachfront grill, a poolside restaurant, a fitness and wellness center, swimming pools, a saltwater lagoon, luxury cabanas, a destination spa, and both indoor and outdoor meeting and event spaces. 
 
The St. Regis Los Cabos at Quivira will be the third St. Regis in Mexico, joining sister properties in Mexico City and Punta Mita, in the Riviera Nayarit. Marriott International operates more than 70 properties throughout the country, under 14 different brands.