Along a winding stretch of coastline, hugging the crystal blue waters of the Sea of Cortez, lies a stunning architectural beauty, part bohemian chic, part modern masterpiece. The popular Thompson Hotel Group launched The Cape in Cabo San Lucas only a few years ago, and its legions of fans quickly began flocking to the resort with its awe-inspiring views of Baja’s famed Arch and fronting Monuments Beach.
With a mix of young and beautiful visitors from around the world, the intimate 161 room hotel with terraces and swinging daybeds has become a millennial paradise. From the area’s only rooftop bar to some of the finest cuisine I have ever encountered in Mexico, this property is a winner.
I recently experienced the resort’s spectacular Penthouse Suite as well as the playful Surfers Villa on the beach. Both options were perfectly paired to embrace a youthful culture of travelers who are seeking the best in luxury and willing to spend upwards of $5,000 per night, including your own butler.
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