A New Luxury Resort Is Opening Soon in Cabo San Lucas

A major new luxury resort is coming to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The new Corazon Cabo Resort and Spa is slated to open its doors in early 2022. 

The $100 million resort is the newest addition to the Noble House Hotels and Resorts portfolio, which includes luxury resorts across the United States, including in destinations like Napa, Key West and Wyoming.

The property will include a new-build tower with 204 rooms and suites, a pair of infinity pools and a rooftop bar, among other amenities. 


“This is Noble House’s first property in Mexico, and we felt it important to set a precedent within the region regarding the level of luxury and service that’s synonymous with our brand,” said Sean Mullen, president, acquisition, sales & revenue management for Noble House Hotels & Resorts. “The result is an impressive and exceptional experience from rooms to rooftop. Noble House properties are also known to cater to adventurers at heart, and the prime location of Corazón answers that call to a tee. From thrilling hydrofoil rides in the Sea of Cortez to delving into the mesmerizing culture of Los Cabos, the resort offers an extraordinary home base to explore this bucket list worthy destination.”

The nine-story tower will be topped off by Rooftop 360, the highest rooftop bar in Cabo.


In all, there will be 187 rooms and 17 luxury suites, with design by Mexico-based Arnoldo Rabaco of RACO. 

Interiors were a joint effort between Carlita Alexander and Sofia Idoate. 

“No detail was spared in creating this truly one-of-a-kind and dynamic resort in the heart of Cabo San Lucas,” said Carlos Blanco, general manager, Corazón Cabo Resort & Spa. “From truly inspired room designs to the excitement of Rooftop 360, the resort is eager to welcome the tastemakers of travel who seek an elevated, authentic and memorable Los Cabos experience.” 

For more, visit the Corazon Cabo

— CJ

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