have progressed in the aftermath of September's Hurricane Odile, according to the Los Cabos Hotel Association, but a number of resorts will undergo extensive revamps before reopening.
Electricity, telephone, Internet and potable water supplies have been restored to the area, at the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula, and Los Cabos International Airport was servicing about 30 flights as of mid-October. Schedules are expected return to normal in early December.
Many hotels are taking this opportunity to upgrade their facilities. By the end of October, more than 30 Los Cabos hotels were open, including Bahía Hotel and Beach Club, Grand Solmar Land's End Resort & Spa, and Riu Palace Los Cabos. Some, like the Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos (April 2015) won't open until next year.
Other debuts scheduled at press time:Nov. 1:
Bel Air Collection Resort & Spa Los Cabos, Sandos Finisterra, Royal Solaris Los Cabos, Sheraton Hacienda Del Mar, and El EncantoNov. 2:
Los Cabos Golf ResortNov. 3:
Barceló Grand Faro Los CabosNov. 15:
Fiesta Americana Grand Los Cabos, Secrets Puerto Los CabosNov. 20:
Decameron All-Inclusive ResortDec. 1:
Holiday Inn Resort Los Cabos, Marbella Suites en La PlayaDec. 15:
One&Only Palmilla; Esperanza, An Auberge Resort
Secrets Marquis Los Cabos, Dreams Los Cabos Suites, Zöetry Casa del MarJanuary 2015:
Sirena Del Mar Welk Resorts, Cabo Azul Resort & Spa