Four Seasons Expanding In Mexico With Cabo San Lucas Property

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Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts has announced plans for the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Cabo San Lucas at Cabo Del Sol.

Situated on the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula, nestled in the centre of the famed Los Cabos Corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, the newbuild 80-key Resort with 40 private residences is targeted to open in 2022 and will sit on more than 20 oceanfront hectares (50 acres) within Cabo Del Sol's new private beachfront community, The Cove Club. 

"With our second property on the Baja Peninsula, we are excited to offer another unique opportunity to live and stay with Four Seasons in the Cabo region," says John Davison, President and CEO, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

Welcoming couples, families and adventure seekers amid a sweeping ocean and mountain backdrop, the expansive grounds will offer a constellation of dining options, a well-stocked Kids for All Seasons program and private Beach Club. A signature Four Seasons spa and a cutting-edge fitness centre will also be available for those yearning to reconnect body and mind. 

Along with the Four Seasons Resort and Residences, the Cove Club at Cabo Del Sol includes a luxurious, members-only beach club with toes-in-the-sand dining, rare swimmable beaches, beachside fitness, a resort-style pool and private cabanas; a private golf club on the region's top golf course; and La Montaña, a thrilling mountain adventure park.

Other planned amenities include an organic farm and garden offering true sea- and farm-to-table dining experiences; a family park; as well as a signature member services and outdoor adventure program.

The Resort and Residences are located in the heart of the famed Golden Corridor surrounded by endless opportunities for dining, shopping and entertainment. Cabo San Lucas, known for its vibrant nightlife, world-class marina and El Arco, a natural stone arch that is the icon of the region, sits at the western end of the Corridor, while San José del Cabo, the cultural and artistic heart of Los Cabos, marks the eastern end. Both are only minutes from Cabo Del Sol.