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Your Chic Cabo Casa

The gateway to the sun-soaked setting of Cabo San Lucas awaits at The Cape, a Thompson Hotel

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Cradled along the azure waters of the Sea of Cortés and its white-sand beaches with a picture-perfect view of the famed El Arco limestone rock formation in Mexico’s sun-kissed Baja peninsula, the setting at The Cape, a Thompson Hotel in Cabo San Lucas is reason enough to visit.


Life at The Cape, a Thompson Hotel begins in one of the property’s 157 beautifully appointed guest rooms, where a distinct 1960s-Baja-meets-SoCal aesthetic effortlessly intertwines a sense of chic urbanity with the pristine coastal setting. While every room supplies the modish swank for which Thompson is known (think ocean views and terraces with hanging daybeds to soak in the surroundings), discerning guests seeking an elevated experience should find the exclusive confines of the many one-, two- and three-bedroom villas a tad more comfortable. Or, for a truly prestigious stay, consider one of the four two-storey penthouse suits, which feature private rooftops and plunge pools, or the premier Surfer Villa – a 584sq m two-storey suite complete with three bedrooms and separate living quarters decorated in bespoke mid-century Latin American furnishings.


Outside the rooms, a similar celebration of splendour is underway throughout The Cape, a Thompson Hotel’s sprawling premises. First, there are the two pools, including an infinity pool with swim-up bar. There’s also The Rooftop, a six-storey-high rooftop lounge and garden with unmatched panoramas of the city and sea – easily the best rooftop bar in Cabo San Lucas. A similarly elite restaurant helmed by Mexican master chef Enrique Olvera supplies a diverse array of locally inspired culinary delights. At the hotel spa, two private outdoor cabanas invite those in need of some oceanfront rejuvenation, and a well-equipped fitness centre delivers the same stunning vistas as every room throughout the property.


Of course, properly indulging in the Cabo lifestyle requires a venture off-site, whether that be exploring the regional pastimes like snorkelling amongst limestone formations, surfing alongside the famous Monuments Beach or simply sailing calm waters. For a dose of culture, enjoy a day trip to sister city San José del Cabo and amble through the colourful cobblestone streets that brim with art galleries and pop-up shops, where you can pick up a sophisticated souvenir.


The breathtaking beauty of Baja begins the moment you step foot at The Cape, a Thompson Hotel.


The Cape, a Thompson Hotel is part of the World of Hyatt programme. When you are ready to travel and would like to book your stay, please contact the Platinum Travel Service or visit the website. For full information on health and safety measures taken at The Cape, a Thompson Hotel, please visit the website.  


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