First NOBU luxury property in Mexico opens its doors in Cabo

Los Cabos fans have a glamorous new hotel to check out.

Nobu Hotel Los Cabos has officially opened its doors and is welcoming guests to experience the first Nobu Hotel in all of Mexico.

Drawing design inspiration from the sophisticated palette that alludes to the Japanese aesthetic of the Nobu brand, as well as the unique elements of Cabo San Lucas, Nobu Hotel Los Cabos is the perfect fusion of architectural elegance and laid-back luxury.

The beach resort also boasts an array of facilities including event and meeting space, a luxurious spa, retail stores, a variety of unique dining and lounging experiences, and much more.

Nobu Hotel Los Cabos Suite
A suite at the luxurious, new Hotel Cabo San Lucas.

Nobu Hotel Los Cabos features 103 suits and 97 standard units. Rooms features bath tubs/soaking tubs and walk-in showers, exclusive Nobu beds with high thread count and organic cotton linens, 65-inch television sets and both Nespresso coffee machines and Japanese tea sets.

Guests also will find double vanities with an Italian stone finish, private balconies with lounge furniture, locally-sourced artwork, a minibar, VIP check-in and more.

In-room dining is available from Nobu Restaurant and Malibu Farm, as well as shoe-shine and laundry service, in-room yoga mats and Natura Bisse signature bathroom amenities.

There are six bars, including a swim-up bar, plus 14,389 square feet of meeting and event space, two ballrooms, an outdoor terrace and two outdoor lawns.

Two world-class golf courses are nearby, with designs by Tiger Woods and Davis Love III.

The spa measures 13,691 square feet and had 13 treatment rooms, as well as salon services, an indoor hydrotherapy area, outdoor hydrotherapy garden, co-ed lounges inside and out, experiential showers, a cabana jacuzzi and much more. There’s also a full service gym and an indoor/outdoor yoga/spinning area.

Nobu Hospitality was founded by actor Robert De Niro, chef Nobu Matsuhisa, and movie producer Meir Teper. A Nobu Toronto is in the works for the city’s entertainment district.

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