Seamlessly blending the Thompson brand’s signature urban aesthetic with a retro, 1960s Southern California-meets-Baja vibe, The Cape brings a vibrant and fresh approach to Los Cabos luxury. Located near the southernmost tip of the Baja California Sur Peninsula, the resort is situated on the world-renowned surfer’s paradise known as Monuments Beach. The all-new property offers unobstructed views of the region’s most famous landmark, The Arch, from virtually any vantage point on property. Two pools; a six-story-high rooftop lounge with unmatched views of the city and sea; a spa with two private outdoor cabanas for treatments with an ocean view; a fitness center featuring floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Sea of Cortez; and a diverse array of regionally inspired, chef-driven food and beverage destinations position The Cape as a vibrant new addition to the Baja scene.
Check In: 3:00 pm
Check Out: 12:00 noon
Number of Rooms: 158
Oceanview room with private balcony and hanging daybed, mid-century Latin American décor with cocktail bar and gourmet mini bar, king bed with sateen-woven linens, rain shower and freestanding copper tub.
Oceanview room with private balcony and hanging daybed, mid-century Latin American décor with cocktail bar and gourmet mini bar, two queen beds with sateen linens with rain shower. Private balcony with hanging daybed overlooking the ocean and El Arco
Oceanview suite with private balcony and hanging daybed, living area with mid-century Latin American décor, craft cocktail bar and gourmet mini bar, king bed, rain shower and freestanding copper tub.
Oceanview corner suite with private balcony, private plunge pool, hanging daybed and telescope, living area with mid-century Latin American décor, cocktail bar and gourmet mini bar, king bed, rain shower and freestanding tub.
Oceanview suite with extended private balcony and hanging daybed, large separate living area with mid-century Latin American décor, craft cocktail bar with gourmet mini bar, king bed, rain shower and freestanding copper tub.
Oceanview villa with large private balcony, separate living area with mid-century Latin American décor, dining room, full kitchen, laundry room, powder room, king bed, rain shower and freestanding copper tub.
Three-bedroom oceanview villa with large private balconies including lounge furniture, separate living room with mid-century Latin American décor, full kitchen, three King Bedrooms, three bathrooms featuring rain showers and freestanding copper tubs plus a powder room.
Two-story, three bedroom oceanview penthouse with large private balconies plus 1,900 square foot private rooftop terrace (pergola, wet bar, BBQ, plunge pool, fire pit and powder room), living room with mid-century Latin American décor, dining room, full kitchen, 3 King Bedrooms featuring 3 bathrooms with rain showers and copper freestanding tubs plus powder room.
The fitness center features floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows facing the Sea of Cortez with a separate room for personal training, yoga, and more.
Hailed as a culinary innovator with a deft hand for forward-thinking Mexican cuisine, celebrated chef Enrique Olvera oversees the hotel’s 114-seat signature restaurant, Manta. Olvera’s menu at Manta celebrates Pacific Rim traditions, taking inspiration from his native Mexico, as well as Peru, Japan, and beyond. His approach maintains a distinct and tastefully casual Baja sensibility with a commitment to local sourcing. Design highlights at Manta include an expansive outdoor terrace, hand-carved wooden doors at its entrance, an exhibition-style kitchen backed by a copper-finished wall, and striking views of the ocean from any seat in the house.
The Ledge is a casual, beach house-inspired restaurant and patio serving breakfast and lunch, with a menu including traditional American favorites and contemporary Mexican cuisine with a focus on fresh local seafood. Hours: 6:30am - 4:00pm.
A throwback to a bygone era and the classic bars of Mexico’s Pacific Coast, the open-air lobby bar offers sunken communal seating, mid-century modern décor, vibrant hand-woven rugs made in Mexico, and living room-style seating with a gaming area and pool table.
Just off the lobby, take in the cool vibe of the Glass Box lounge over coffee or cocktails. Architect Javier Sanchez’s inspired contemporary glass cube is a dramatic, yet intimate, venue ideal for private parties. Featured house spirits also include select rums, mezcal and Japanese whiskeys.
The Rooftop is an open-air lounge, sitting six stories high, featuring unprecedented views of both downtown Cabo San Lucas and the sea. The only rooftop lounge in the city, it features a communal seating area and fire pit, a lush vertical garden, water features, two bars, and a menu of Mexican-style tapas and craft Baja beers.
The main pool’s swim-up bar and terrace heighten a vibe that’s both lively and laid-back. Fresh fruits and juices highlight the libations, and a lunch menu featuring fresh local seafood is served daily.
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From the airport take highway 1 direction Cabo San Lucas, It is a toll Highway, bypassing San Jose del Cabo. You must pay $35.00 pesos = $3 usd (approximately).
After fifteen minutes you will come to an intersection where you will see a huge purple monument of flower; turn right and drive for about fifteen minutes more until you reach Cabo del Sol, Km 10.3, by the Ocean side- you will recognize Cabo del Sol because of the bridge over the highway. Passing that for 2 minutes you will then see another bridge at Punta Ballena. Immediately after you go under it get into the lateral lane. You will go past Home Depot, up the bridge at Misiones, go to the left at the top of the bridge and return the opposite way, staying in the lateral lane, turn your right at the first street, there is now a little monument with the hotel Logo, go straight all the way to the end make your right.
Nearby airports: Los Cabos (San Jose del Cabo), Mexico
Distance: 24 Miles