The Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort is between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo on the Gulf of California. It reopened July 1 after extensive damage from Hurricane Odile in September.(Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort)
As part of the first phase of the Hilton resort’s renovation, guest rooms and suites have a new look, as shown in this rendering.(Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort)
Plans call for 65 new La Vista Club rooms and suites decorated with wall murals and customized furniture in this rendering.(Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort)
The executive lounge at the resort is shown in this rendering.(Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort)
The newly redesigned Azul bar in the lobby shown in a rendering.(Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort)
Vela Restaurant is one of the eateries at the Hilton resort. Three new bars have been rolled out with the July 1 reopening.(Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort)
The lavish design for the presidential suite at the Hilton resort in Los Cabos, Mexico, shown in a rendering.(Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort)
One of the dining areas at the resort, as shown in a rendering.(Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort)
The Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula reopened to guests July 1, the first time the resort has seen guests since it was slammed by Hurricane Odile in September.
The resort located on the Sea of Cortez between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas underwent a multimillion-dollar fixup after being extensively damaged by the hurricane that struck Sept. 14.
In a statement, Hilton says the first phase of upgrades for the property included redoing 375 rooms and suites, and restoring landscaping, cabanas and hammocks.
What else is new? There’s a swim-up bar called Mio, a subzero tequila and mezcal bar called Azul and a beach bar called Onda. The restaurants El Meson and Madero also have reopened.
Next month, the hotel plans to roll out La Vista Club, described as a “hotel within a hotel.” It will feature 65 rooms and suites with amenities like marble bathrooms and custom-made furniture.
In September, as part of the second phase, there are plans to open a new spa with 15 treatment rooms and a Zen Garden and Movement Studio that will offer workout classes. The resort also will open Cabo Kids Camp with activities for children 4 to 12 years old.
During and after the storm, resort guests praised the staff for taking care of them.
Jennifer Anne Lowry wrote on a blog last September: “Once again, thank you to the Management and Staff of the Hilton Los Cabos for sacrificing so much, so that we could be safe and comfortable in an otherwise nightmarish situation. We are forever indebted to Max and his team for everything they have done.”
Check out Lowry’s photos of the hurricane damage at the resort.