While many luxury vacation resorts often offer many onsite amenities to lure clientele (which you will certainly find here too), the nature environment of Solaz is the key here. Situated in the semi-desert environment of Baja Sur California, visitors will find a property that strives to blend in perfectly with the landscape.
Designed by the Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo firm, the goal was to put the seascape views of the Sea of Cortez on full display. Utilizing a staggered design, each level is met with it’s on lush terrace full of native plants to give each room the feel that it’s freestanding; not smacked into some high-rise hotel or crowded property. Every room on the property has an unobstructed oceanfront view.
You won’t find any walls and miles of cold concrete here. While concrete is obviously a natural material used in construction, the developers, Quinta del Golfo de Cortez Group, and the architects were very conscious of adding natural elements on top of those surfaces that only enhance this natural desert by the sea appeal.
Each unit boasts an indoor-outdoor appeal. Upon immediately entering the front door, visitors will find an enclosed outdoor living area for relaxation and entertaining company, as well as ample wall space to even add a television projector for outside viewing. This area includes a pergola with native plants, along with smooth stone beds.
Once inside, the modern minimalist interior design is gorgeous. A beautiful wood wall is the first thing that caught my eye, but behind this “wall” were doors that concealed interest into the bedroom and storage areas for pantry items and other closet goods (e.g., spare linen, clothing, etc.).
I’m looking forward to seeing this amazing property and design completed one day. I guess I’ve found an excuse to go back to Los Cabos sooner rather than later.
Sending you dreamy bliss,
*This post based on a personal visit to the Solaz Los Cabo resort. This is not an endorsement of the property nor was DRB paid or asked to prepare this post. We just wanted to showcase pieces from our Mexico trip.