According to local news, a new massive urban project was recently proposed to the Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources of Los Cabos (SEMARNAT).
The project is now under evaluation but, if it was to be approved, it would lead to the construction of four hotels as well as 27 swimming pools near Cabo San Lucas.
But what do we know about this interesting initiative?
Everything you need to know about this new massive urban project
Known as ‘Hotels 3, 4 and 5 in diamond‘, this project will consist of a huge urban development plan consisting of the construction of four hotels, 27 swimming pools, several private cabins, green areas, restaurants, lounge areas, walkways, gazebos for events, and much, much more.
According to recent estimates, it will cover an area of 109,366.71 square meters and will be located about 6.55 kilometers (4 miles) southwest of the center of Cabo San Lucas.
The entire project should take roughly ten years to be completed, but everything still needs to be confirmed.
The urban plan is already extremely detailed, giving people a faithful representation of how this area will look in about a decade from now if the project is approved by the Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources of Los Cabos.
For instance, the 27 pools will all be located in common-use areas. In particular, four of these will be in close proximity to one of the four hotels, six will be near the lounge area, two will be located close to the so-called Building-1, four will be in close proximity to one of the restaurants, and an extra eleven will be places near Buildings B, C, and D.
Three of the four hotels will be joined together, while the remaining one will be built independently. All of them will have a ground floor and seven upper levels, with stunning views of the coast.
According to the current plan, this initiative will lead to the construction of a total of 384 rooms in the Los Cabos municipality. All of these will have private bathrooms as well as access to a terrace.
Other popular resorts coming to Los Cabos soon
This plan surely sounds great, but given that nothing has been approved yet, and that, even in case the project receives the ‘ok’ from the local authorities, it will still take at least ten years before tourists will be able to book a room here, visitors heading to Los Cabos soon may now be wondering which other property is going to open its doors to the public in the next few months.
Luckily, plenty of humongous hotels and resort corporations are now building new accommodations in this municipality.
Number one on our list is the Park Hyatt Los Cabos at Cabo Del Sol. According to this world-renowned corporation, the new resort will have 163 rooms, including 88 suites and three villas.
Some of the rooms will feature ocean views, private patios or terraces, as well as plunge pools.
Talking about the culinary options, guests here will have the honor of trying the unique cuisine of the resort’s signature restaurant, offering a menú mixing Mediterranean influences with local delights.
Park Hyatt Los Cabos at Cabo Del Sol should open to the public by the end of the year, but it’s still unclear when the big opening will take place.
Tourists heading to Los Cabos often and now eager to try a new property can head to the new adult-only Grand Velas Boutique Hotel.
With all the top-notch services of Grand Velas Resort, this new accommodation features rooms with 900 sq. ft. of space, characterized by a bathroom with a walk-in shower, two queen beds or a king-sized bed depending on the deal, and a living area equipped with a couch.
Guests choosing this property will also get access to the Grand Velas’ five gourmet dinner restaurants without having to pay extra costs.
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