The Nobu resort in Los Cabos, which is partially owned by Hollywood actor Robert De Niro and world-famous Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa, is getting a whole new private residences section added to the resort. The Nobu hotel is one of the newest resorts in all of Los Cabos, with the main hotel building having opened in 2019.
This new section is set to feature a total of 60 independent residences on resort property. According to Ash Tembe, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at AIC Hotel Group, which runs the Nobu resort, these new residences were created to meet the new demand for multi-room options at resorts.
With that in mind, it’s entirely possible that these residences weren’t actually part of the original plan for the resort when it was finished in 2019. In any case, Tembe had this to say on the expansion,
“This coming year is presenting stronger demand for multi-room products, and Nobu Residences Los Cabos create the perfect opportunity to cater to luxury travelers seeking this type of accommodation for extended stays.”
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A Home Away From Home In Los Cabos
Nobu is calling their new private residences part of their “home away from home” concept. These private lodging options all come equipped with a full kitchen. Travelers who want to stay at the resort but want more of a vacation rental experience can opt to head to the supermarket and buy their own food that they can later prepare from the comfort of their residence within the resort.
As vice president Tembe said, the concept is meant to appeal to travelers who are looking for comfortable, longer stays. To be able to stay at the Nobu residences, long-term guests will be asked to put down about 1,600 dollars per night. That’s the starting price for the one-room suite.
Of course, there are options for travelers who want to stay in the private residential area but still want to get the full beach resort experience. Guests staying within one of the 60 private residences can solicit a personal chef service to cook for the group throughout their stay. There are going to be four different types of private residences available known as Hikari, Asahi, Sakyü, and the Kogane Penthouse.
Hikari residences are one-room accommodations that face the golf course or the resort gardens. Asahi residences will feature two rooms within the same part of the resort. Sakyü residences are set to offer 3 rooms and a private pool, and finally, the Kogane Penthouse will have 4 rooms and a private terrace for guests to be able to enjoy. The suites are available to be booked starting this March.
The Nobu Resort Is Adding Dining Options
The original Nobu restaurant has become one of the more popular spots in Los Cabos for fine dining. Now, the resort is set to feature yet another dining option in the form of the new Muna Restaurant. This restaurant is set to be located in a part of the resort that is adjacent to the Nobu residences area. Currently, it is slated to open in Spring 2023.
Presumably, it will also open its doors in March along with the rest of the residences area at the resort. This restaurant will offer Mediterranean cuisine. It will also feature a section known as M Bar, which will serve as the resort’s flagship nightlife venue.
The Muna restaurant will operate like the original Nobu Los Cabos, and other on-resort restaurants like the Pacific Restaurant and the Ardea Steakhouse in the sense that they are places that non-resort guests can book a table in. Since this is a resort that was started by a chef, travelers can be certain that they will be treated to some of the best dining experiences in Cabo at Nobu. They promise “exquisite flavors and aromas from the region”. However, the Nobu hotel has yet to release an official menu for the restaurant.
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