The new 600-room property will be the brand’s fourth destination in Mexico and its fifth all-inclusive destination. Located in Cabo San Lucas,which is one of the world’s most popular vacation hotspots,the resort is scheduled for completion in 2016 and will offer both family-friendly and adults-only areas.
“Hard Rock International is pleased to open a fifth resort with the All Inclusive Collection at a time when increasing numbers of travelers are seeking all-inclusive experiences,” shared Marco Roca,executive vice president and chief development officer of Hard Rock Hotels & Casinos. “Our collaboration has proven to be a massive success so far,and we look forward to delivering fantastic experiences that rock to guests in yet another beautiful vacation destination.”
The brand’s All Inclusive Collection has established a strong presence in Mexico and the Caribbean in recent years,bringing guests from around the world first-class services,luxurious all-inclusive amenities and exotic backdrops. The new Cabo resort will feature live music performances and a list of amenities that includes a Rock Spa,Body Rock workout facility,a newly unveiled Rhythm & Motion spa menu and 54,000 square feet of meeting space.
The architecture will be a timeless yet modern adaptation of traditional Spanish design and the property will include six restaurants and multiple pools,along with its trademark legendary music memorabilia and a Rock Shop,featuring a variety of branded merchandise. The company’s Sound of Your Stay music amenity program will also be available at its new property in Cabo San Lucas.
Located in the state of Baja California Sur,Cabo is actually comprised of three distinct areas,including Cabo San Lucas,San Jose del Cabo and the Corridor,which encompasses the 20 or so miles that lie between the two. Collectively,the region is referred to as Los Cabos and the region is home to some of Mexico’s most striking beaches and gorgeous terrain. Cabo San Lucas was originally a small fishing village,but today it has developed into a major tourist hotspot,with 9 fantastic public golf courses in the area and some of the world’s best restaurants. By contrast,San Jose del Cabo has retained more of its original character and offers visitors the chance to experience a glimpse of what life is like in a traditional Mexican town.
While here,be sure to check out El Arco – a famous arched rock formation that juts out of the ocean,right where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific in an area that is also known as Land’s End and includes other rock formations such as the Window to the Pacific,Lover’s Beach and more. Every few years,a beach emerges for a short time from the sea surrounding the arch,which allows visitors to walk around and below it. This phenomenon is caused by the tides and is difficult to predict,so if you’re not one of the region’s many expats or a local and are lucky enough to witness it,you should feel very lucky!
Hard Rock International also owns and operates a property in Cancun,as well as just to the south in the Riviera Maya’s Puerto Aventuras,and another on Mexico’s Pacific Coast near Puerto Vallarta,demonstrating Hard Rock’s commitment to and confidence in Mexico’s status as one of the world’s most popular vacation destinations.