If you haven’t started a list of the must-stay resorts when travel is back, then now is the time. At the top of the list should be Nobu’s first hospitality project in Los Cabos Mexico, which fuses Japanese minimalism with heritage Mexican craftsmanship, offering a sleek, modern, and ageless effect. The tandem harmony of both design approaches is quickly becoming new parallel south of the border, and it starts here. The hotel sits atop the southernmost tip of the Baja peninsula featuring a world-renowned spa, infinity pools that feel as if they disappear into the horizon, private cabanas, and a variety of dwellings to sip a drink and eat a delicious meal. Within the 200 room resort, native stone and wooden craft together, creating an incomparable getaway for all zen seekers, who will be rewarded with pacific sunset views and migrating whale pods.
The soul of Nobu projects lies within the restaurant, harrowed by Chef Matsuhisa’s mastery. You will find the Nobu Los Cabos restaurant constructed of glass and nestled close to the ocean shore. Signature dishes are served to honor the latest trends in Japanese-fusion cuisine, paired with quenching cocktails.
If you’re on the west coast and close to Mexico, there isn’t an excuse to make the visit to this resort work. If you’re in the Midwest or East Coast or anywhere else on planet Earth, then we repeat, there isn’t an excuse to make the visit to this resort work.