Hilton Los Cabos Reopens After Multimillion-Dollar Upgrade

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - July 7, 2015

Above: the Hilton Los Cabos

By Dana Niland
CJ Contributor

Mexico’s Hilton Los Cabos beachfront resort has completed a multimillion-dollar transformation project.

The resort returns with 65 new Club-level suites, re-imagined culinary concepts, a 7,000 square-foot spa and salon and additional upgrades across the property.

“A beloved seaside retreat for more than a decade, we are proud to reopen our doors with a far superior product and the exceptional service standards our guests know and love,” said Tim Booth, general manager at the Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort. “Thanks to our devoted on-property team and partners at Hilton, we are thrilled to welcome guests back to relax, play and discover the endless beauty of sunny Los Cabos, Mexico.”

The property said Interior design firm Hirsch Bedner & associates incorporated Mexican heritage into every aspect of the redesign, with carved wood furnishings, custom artworks, and bright textile accents.

The resort’s new food and beverage offerings include Mio, a swim-up bar with juices, salads and healthy snacks; Azul, a re-conceptualized lobby bar where guests can enjoy sub-zero tequila, mezcal and cocktails while taking in sweeping ocean views; and La Onda beach bar.

In August, the resort will unveil La Vista Club, its new ‘hotel within a hotel’ concept with 65 rooms and suites, private facilities and complimentary culinary offerings in August.

Phase two of the renovation is scheduled for completion in September, when the hotel will present a new spa, which features 15 treatment rooms, pedicure and manicure stations, and a new Zen Garden and Movement Studio.

The second portion of renovations also includes an enhanced Cabo Kids Camp, with new programs for children ages four to 12, and the opening of Vela, a fine-dining restaurant featuring world cuisine inspired by Mexican culture, history, and ingredients.

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