Marriott Los Cabos Resort

Marriott Just Reopened Its Los Cabos Luxury Resort 

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - March 5, 2023

Marriott has reopened Solaz, its Luxury Collection resort in Los Cabos, Mexico, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The resort, set on the Sea of Cortez, has relaunched with more rooms and a new dining concept. 

“We are excited to reopen and showcase the exciting new upgrades that elevate the experience of visiting Solaz and Los Cabos,” said Giuliana Torres, General Manager of Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos. “We look forward to welcoming new visitors and seeing our returning guests continue to create unforgettable memories at the resort.”

Marriott Los Cabos

The new-look Solaz has added 21 new luxury suites, including a signature accommodation called the Villa Solaz suite. 

The resort is also adding two new “wellness suites,” focused on “whole body therapy.”

The property has debuted a new beach lounge called Mako Beach, anchored around a custom-designed Airstream food truck with Baja-style flavors. 

The hotel first opened in 2018.

“The reopening of Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos marks the return of one of The Luxury Collection’s most beloved and exceptional resorts in the Caribbean and Latin America,” said Philipp Weghmann, Vice President and Global Brand Leader, The Luxury Collection. “A truly destination-defining property, Solaz offers an exceptional luxury experience in Los Cabos.”

For more, visit Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort.

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