Best in Cabo: Suites

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For the ultimate way to stay, book one of these jaw-dropping suites or villas for the royal treatment.

Ty Warner Mansion at Las Ventanas al Paraiso, a Rosewood Resort

Designed by business tycoon, Ty Warner, this 28,000-sq.-ft. mansion includes a 7,000-sq.-ft. outdoor space with a 328-ft. long infinity pool with dual spas and a 9,000-sq.-ft. rooftop reached by private elevator, with a glass-bottom lap pool, putting green, bar and more. After passing through the emerald courtyard entrance encompassed by one of the largest 360-degree gardens in the world, guests will find a reflecting pool surrounded by 7.5 million hand-laid white marble tiles. The stark white interiors are decked out with colorful décor like hand-woven textiles, Indian-silk- upholstered sofas, hand-blown glass fixtures, hand-embossed metallic furniture and a variety of original art from Mexico-based artisans. $35,000 per night.

Brisa del Mar at Chileno Bay Resort & Residences, Auberge Resorts Collection

Curl up beachfront in this six-bedroom, six- and-one-half bathroom villa spanning more than 11,000 square feet of indoor-outdoor space, complete with a media room, private swimming pool, entrance to the beach, an outdoor shower, oceanside fire pit, upstairs terrace, butler service and views of the Sea of Cortez. Starting at $12,000 per night.

Villa Cortez at One&Only Palmilla

Relax in this 10,500-sq.-ft. four-bedroom villa inspired by Mexican haciendas with a dedicated butler service, private chef and fitness trainer at your fingertips. The indoor-outdoor living spaces stretch out to the beachfront infinity-edge pool where a whirlpool, fire pits, outdoor shower, daybeds and loungers complete the setup. Direct beach access leads to a reserved cabana throughout your stay, the perfect daytime retreat before cozying up in the villa’s luxury cinema or working up a sweat in the fully equipped gym. Starting at $12,000 per night.

Surfer Villa at The Cape, a Thompson Hotel

The Surfer Villa is a 5,848-sq.-ft. three-bedroom (can be converted to four-bedroom) two-story luxury suite complete with its own private entrance. A fully-equipped state-of-the-art kitchen, a billiard room, entertainment den and a sauna can be enjoyed along with a pergola with an outdoor grill, a BBQ, wet bar and an adjacent private plunge pool. Latin American furnishings decorate the interior and freestanding copper-leafed tubs stands out in the private bathrooms. Guests also receive personal concierge service, daily breakfast, one complimentary pool cabana day experience and surfboard rental. Starting at $3,000 per night.

Desmond Suite at Hotel El Ganzo

While every suite at Hotel El Ganzo is unique in its own right, the Desmond Suite is the ultimate retreat. Spanning 1,800 square feet, it features a spacious living area, grand salon and private terrace with its own Jacuzzi. It’s named after former NBA player turned artist Desmond Mason, who took to the suite, adding colorful works in every nook and cranny of the luxurious space. He’s also responsible for the orange crown painted on the front of the hotel. Starting at $2,200 per night.

This article originally appeared in the 2019 Spring/Summer issue of InMexico Magazine. Click here for the full digital version.

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