The Cape, A Thompson Hotel
Los Cabos, Baja California
The Cape brings a chic contemporary beachfront retreat to Los Cabos. Every room offers a view of the ocean, with the infinity pool and terrace, signature restaurant Manta and The Roof Top lounge overlooking the San Lucas skyline.
At a Glance
Internationally acclaimed chef Enrique Olvera's MANTA offers a fresh take on Mexican
Architecturally designed with a mid-century modern Mexican aesthetic
Every room offers ocean views and overlooks the famous 'El Archo' arch
Lively and laid-back pools with infinity pool, salt water pool, swim-up bar and terrace
Spa at The Cape offers one-of-a-kind outdoor spa set in natural rock formations
Snorkel, paddle board, whale watch and surf
For the best views of El Arco, opt for one of the corner suites which offer floor to ceiling wraparound windows and truly provide the wow-factor.Scott Dunn team
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Located on Monuments Beach, The Cape is set in a secluded spot, with panoramic views of the Pacific surf. The Cape offers a serene retreat by day and a vibrant nightlife scene at Los Cabos' only rooftop bar and Manta, the hotel's acclaimed signature restaurant.
Designed by the acclaimed Mexican architect Javier Sánchez, The Cape is architecturally designed with a modern Mexican twist. All one-hundred and sixty-one rooms have views over the ocean and offers one, two or three bedroom options. Guests can expect custom made Mexican furniture, regional art and private terraces from which to watch the surfers ride the waves or the sun to set behind El Archo. Some rooms feature plunge pools and outdoor day beds.
The resort features two pools, one has a swim up bar and the other is a chic fresh water infinity pool built within a natural rock formation.
The Rooftop is one of the hotel's best features, an alfresco lounge located on the sixth floor with panoramic views of both downtown Cabo San Lucas and the sea. Open day to night and showcasing weekly live music, the lounge boasts a lush vertical garden and lounge seating and fire pits. With two bars servicing craft Baja beers, local wines and cocktails and an authentic tapas menu, it is set to be the place to go in Los Cabos.
The Cape has a selection of spectacular suites and luxury hotel rooms all with stunning ocean views. Each of the hotel guest rooms has a private balcony, gourmet mini bar, concierge services and much more to make your stay as comfortable as possible. For the best views of El Arco, opt for one of the corner suites which offer floor to ceiling wraparound windows and truly provide the wow-factor.
The Cape has a fantastic range of restaurants and bars at the resort. Manta restaurant features the culinary delights of internationally acclaimed chef Enrique Olvera, best known for his Mexico City restaurant, Pujol. Ledge restaurant is a casual beach house restaurant serving traditional American and contemporary Mexican cuisine. The rooftop is a stunning al fresco bar with stunning views of downtown Cabo San Lucas and El Arco. There is also the pool bar and lobby bar offering delicious refreshments.
Indulge in a huge array of activities on offer at The Cape ranging from snorkeling, paddle boarding, surfing, spa massages and whale watching.
The Cape boasts a luxurious spa offering a full range of pampering treatments and a fitness center.
Location & Directions
Los Cabos, Baja California
The Cape is located overlooking the Monuments Beach point break, The Cape is ideally situated on one of the most desirable playas in Los Cabos, just outside downtown Cabo San Lucas.
When to go
Baja California is a rare destination that offers a great getaway year long. Peak time for travel is when weather is temperate in the low 20ºc range and whale watching opportunities are at their best (late-November to April). This also includes the festive vacation and New Year period. Cool temperatures are ideal for desert adventures and hiking and boating for wildlife viewing and island exploration. Summer (April to September) can be hot and humid but the beaches are less crowded. Summer waters are ideal for snorkeling and diving. Hurricanes are much less common than in the Caribbean, but it is something to be aware of for September and October travel which is considered low season. Baja is blessed with two marine life rich oceans; the Sea of Cortez to the east has a warmer sea temperature than the more exposed than the Pacific Ocean to the west. In the summer the breeze coming from the Pacific is a blessing. For surfing, waves break on the eastern side of the peninsula March to October and on the Pacific west November to March. The most popular summer breaks start in San Jose and extend up to the Eastern Cape making Los Cabos an excellent base. In the winter the best breaks are south of Todos Santos at Cerritos Beach.
When planning your visit, it is worth noting the peninsula's main fiestas. Each March San Jose del Cabo throws an 11-day long Fiesta Patronal with parades and carnival and La Paz holds a similar event. Easter is also a busy time for Mexican's heading to the beach to celebrate Semana Santa and September 16 is Mexican Independence Day.