The Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos is Hilton’s recent foray to the booming beaches of Cabo. The property was not built from the ground up but instead took over The Resort at Pedregal, one of the areas premier luxe destintations. It is the first Waldorf Astoria in Mexico and the luxury Hilton brand plans for more Caribbean and Latin American locations in the near future.
The Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal feels more like a Mediterranean village than a hotel: guests enter through a dramatic tunnel to an infinity pool that blends seamlessly into the horizon and 66 rooms that cascade down a mountainside, all featuring locally made ceramics, fireplaces, private plunge pools with staggering ocean vistas.Jetsetter.com on the Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos
Located at the very tip of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, visitors cam choose from one-bedroom ‘Dos Mares’ suites, two-bedroom beachfront suites, or even presidential beachfront suites. Each suite features a private plunge pools and service from a team of in-house personal concierges.
The property encompasses 24 acres and features three swimming pools, including an infinity pool, saltwater pool and a children’s pool. An awe-inspiring, tranquil spa featuring unique, local services such as a Mexican folk healing treatment designed with local shamans to cleanse your body’s energy.
Dining options include:
- El Farallon, an open-air, cliffside seafood restaurant with ‘ocean-to-table’ options
- Don Manuel’s, a signature modern take on local cuisine and cooking
- Crudo Bar, is the ‘raw bar’ with an array of refreshing local dishes such as ceviche
- Va Y Viene Beach Bar, a mobile bar offering an assortment of champagnes
Two other southern Baja, “most romantic” destinations in Mexico noted by Jetsetter included the Hotel San Cristóbal (Todos Santos) and Las Ventanas al Paraíso (San José del Cabo).