The Cape

Los Ca­bos, Mex­ico

Living Etc - - TRAVEL / ETC -

The low­down Laid-back luxe meets surfer chic in a beach­side re­treat. Best for Sun-wor­ship­pers who want to get away from the crowds. At the south­ern end of Mex­ico’s Baja Cal­i­for­nia Penin­sula, Los Ca­bos is renowned for its spas and golf cour­ses, not to men­tion the epic surf, so ex­pect your flight to be packed. But don’t de­spair – tucked away in a cove, The Cape en­joys awe­some pri­vacy, amaz­ing views and a hip, friendly vibe. De­signed by Maris­abel Gómez Vázquez, one of Mex­ico’s lead­ing in­te­rior de­sign­ers, each of the 161 rooms boasts mid-cen­tury-style fur­nish­ings with hand-painted tiles un­der­foot lead­ing to a pri­vate ter­race (many of which are dressed with a ham­mock-style day bed). The re­sort’s Manta res­tau­rant of­fers a pan-pa­cific rein­ter­pre­ta­tion of lo­cal cui­sine – think miso fish tacos, cac­tus salad and cala­mari tem­pura. After set­tling in, keep trim in the treat­ment rooms of the ho­tel’s Cur­rents spa, ex­plore the coast­line by boat or hit the restau­rants, bars and nightspots in down­town Los Ca­bos it­self. Or just chill and take in that jaw-drop­ping view… Book it Dou­ble rooms from ap­prox £360 per night (thomp­son­ho­tels.com/the-cape-los-ca­bos)

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