Refined elegance meets surfer cool at The Cape
The authentic Baja vibe has always been chill, secluded, under-the-radar chic. Now the Thompson Hotels’ newest family member, The Cape, pays homage to this history and the unique beauty of Mexico’s most coveted coastline—a place so special—even the whales call it home.
If surfing is your thing, pristine Monuments Beach (the only point break in Cabo) will entice you daily as it carves its way toward the very tip of the Baja peninsula, punctuated only by the dramatic El Arco limestone rock formations—which can be seen from every room in the hotel (don’t worry, we even provide binoculars). Snorkeling is a must, as is sailing and deep-sea fishing if the ocean calls your name. Or hike nearby Mt. Solmar for breathtaking sunset views. Whatever extracurricular activity you choose, you’ll work up an appetite for the exceptional dishes created by the award-winning Mexican chef Enrique Olvera. At Manta, his culinary centerpiece restaurant, he fuses Pan-Pacific flavors with traditional Mexican dishes.
Renowned Mexican architect Javier Sanchez has collaborated with celebrated ceramicist José Noé Suro to ensure the 1960s mid-century Latin aesthetic is integrated with the landscape at every turn. The swim–up bar is nestled against a natural cliff, the infinity pool mirrors the dazzling ocean, and the lush rooftop garden, open-air bar and lounge (fire pits ablaze) give you the chance to appreciate the twinkling lights of Cabo San Lucas from afar.
If your idea of decompressing is reclining in your own private cabana with a basil-infused, salt-crusted Mescal Margarita in hand, we’ve got that covered, too. Similarly, if your bod is calling out for a massage or beauty treatment without moving from your perfect perch, we can take care of that while you watch the waves roll in.
No trip is complete without a cooling plunge into the turquoise waters of Lover’s Beach. Words can’t describe the serenity, so why try? All we can say is, come and see for yourself.