Los Cabos, Mexico
Viceroy Los Cabos
High Design Hits Cabo
What it is
An architectural gem among Cabo’s luxe resorts.
What it isn't
Anything average. It looks otherworldly but is walking distance to town.
What we think
A modernist and limitless hotel for luxury mavericks, Viceroy Los Cabos (formerly Mar Adentro) is a captivating maze of concrete, water, and elegantly drawn lines. The complex, designed by Mexican architect Miguel Angel Aragonés, is comprised of several white cube-shaped buildings connected by paths that criss-cross a series of “espejos de agua”, water mirrors. If it seems like there would be a cold vibe with all the concrete, think again. Along with the warm Pacific breezes, Viceroy has brought life to the property. There are just under two hundred rooms—all minimalist, spacious and white, with Poliform furniture and views of either the ocean or the architecture. A modern Japanese Mexican restaurant, Nido, sits under a striking bird’s nest–like dome made of recycled twigs. There’s also a rooftop restaurant and bar, immersive spa, beach club, kid’s club, game room, and 4 oval-shaped swimming pools.
You're here because
You’re a design fanatic who enjoys staying at a beach resort whose architecture is more eye-catching than the beach itself.
A warm sea-breeze surrounds you as you tuck into a late lunch of seafood ceviche under the shade of Nidito Beach + Poolside Bar’s lattice shell, the filtered sunlight leaving a web-like print on the floor beneath your feet.
Restaurants & Bars
Cielomar Rooftop – Fresh seafood and flame-grilled flare
Casero - Fresh takes on classic Mexican cuisine
Nido - Cevichería + Bar
Otro Bar - lively bar with a large tequila offering
Nidito Beach - Craft drinks and snacks on the beach or at the pool
In the Hotel Zone outside San José del Cabo, 20 minutes from the airport.