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The AAA 4-Diamond, all-villa Cabo Azul Resort sits on 12 acres of gleaming white sand beach overlooking the Sea of Cortez. Los Cabos’ newest luxury resort is “so peaceful that it could be destined to be one of Los Cabos' top hotels," says Fodor’s.
Villas start at a massive 1,200 square feet. Each unit is decorated with dramatic ebony furnishings off-set by crisp white upholstery, floor-to-ceiling windows and private terraces. Villas include full kitchens with sleek stainless-steel appliances.
The highlight of the resort is its three-level infinity pool. By day, guests lounge around the pool, with cocktails from the swim-up bar. After dark, fire dancers perform on platforms above the water. Tourists can visit the distinctive El Arco de Cabo San Lucas (a distinctive rock formation at the tip of the peninsula), about 30 minutes away by car, play 18 holes overlooking the ocean and hire a boat for sport fishing or whale watching.
The hotel features a state-of-the-art fitness center and a five-story, open-air wedding chapel. Two restaurants serve authentic Mexican cuisine and fresh seafood, or guests can book the private chef for a gourmet meal served in their suite (extra charge applies). PAZ, the on-site spa, offers its personalized treatments indoors, in an oceanfront cabana or on the roof with panoramic views of the water.
The hotel charges a $15 resort fee (plus taxes) per night and a service fee of 180 pesos per night covers a daily copy of The New York Times, access to the fitness center, housekeeping and daily fresh towels.
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