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NUBA invites you to Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort & Residences, Los Cabos



Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort & Residences, Los Cabos, is warming up for its grand reopening and here at NUBA we have the inside scoop into some of the new features this majestic Resort will have. By booking with NUBA you can enjoy the following benefits:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability

  • Daily Buffet Breakfast for two guests per bedroom

  • $100USD equivalent Resort or Hotel credit utilized during stay (not combinable, not valid on room rate, no cash value if not redeemed in full)

  • Early Check-In / Late Check-Out, subject to availability

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

As we remember the renowned firm, Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos is behind this architectural concept created especially for the property. For art enthusiasts the resort is an architectural marvel with a vast private collection of original works of art by César López-Negrete, inspired by the rich culture, landscapes and heritage of Baja. Jerónimo Gabayet, renowned Mexican landscaper, was in charge of enhancing the spirit of the destination using the oldest and most endemic plant and flower species of the region seeking, in addition to an unparalleled environment, the conservation of it.



Another big attraction and one of NUBA´s favorite is El Gabinete "Del Barco," an indigenous art gallery within the property, which features regional artifacts and open spaces to enjoy the wonderful natural scenery. Seen through the eyes of Baja California explorer Miguel del Barco, El Gabinete's exhibit includes a whale skeleton of more than 13 meters long suspended on the ceiling, a collection of original historical maps, and much more.



Solaz Resort, designed in harmony with the topography of the place, where the desert and the sea merge, is located between the two most coveted destinations in Baja California: Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. The resort offers extraordinary encounters with its local treasures delivering a tailored journey for its discerning guests. From visiting the art galleries of Todos Santos, exploring Cabo Pulmo with its extraordinary coral mantle for the most passionate divers, to having a mystical encounter with the whale shark and other titans of the sea. Solaz Resort will be the starting point of a transformative journey.



New experiences abound at Solaz Resort. Unwind at the Ojo de Liebre Spa, the only one with cryotherapy in Los Cabos through a healing circuit within the spa complemented with thalassotherapy.


Witness the first sports center in Los Cabos called CSC (Cabo Sports Center) where the 250-point ATP Mexican Tennis Open takes place, the Hotel has exclusive access to the complex and during the rest of the year it can be used for tennis clinics, Pickleball tournaments and other cultural and social events such as concerts and weddings without schedule restrictions for an unforgettable celebration.


Also, for all the ocean lovers, Solaz will open a new beach bar to enjoy the sand and the proximity of the sea.


Solaz has 3 olympic size infinity ocean front pools with two swim-up bars, 2 pools for the kids and over 1,300 feet of linear swimmable beach.


Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort & Residences, Los Cabos not only reveals itself with an environment full of design and luxury, but will also be pleased to bring a NUBA approved culinary offer that will revolve around the most outstanding flavors of Baja California with 6 restaurants and unique culinary proposals, directed by renowned Chef Elihu Sepulveda.


With a coastline that stretches from the Sea of Cortez to the Pacific Ocean and 350 sunny days a year, Los Cabos is Mexico's haven for international elite. Whale watching, diving, fishing, and surfing provide guests up-close experiences with Mexico’s wildlife and ecology. Nearby, Cabo San Lucas comes to life at night in vibrant bars and restaurants while San José del Cabo offers art walks and galleries as well as a prominent farm-to-table food scene.


By ML Staff. Images courtesy of Solaz.

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