Chileno Bay Resort & Residences, the new beachfront hotel and residential villa resort nestled within the 1,200-acre Chileno Bay development, has begun taking public reservations for purchase on the 32 residential villas that are part of the resort’s first phase, with more than $25 million already reserved as part of a friends and family program.
Chileno Bay Resort & Residences, from the award-winning hospitality company, Auberge Resorts Collection, responsible for iconic resorts including Auberge du Soleil and Calistoga Ranch in Napa Valley and Esperanza Resort in Cabo, is situated in the most coveted stretch of beach in all of Los Cabos and within close proximity to San Jose Del Cabo International Airport.
“In the short time the villas at Chileno Bay Resort & Residences have been available for reservation to purchase, we have seen a healthy demand,” said Craig Reid, Chief Executive Officer, Auberge Resorts. “Our new brand, Chileno Bay, brings something fresh to the area with a youthful, adventurous and casual spirit, and a remarkable setting within Chileno Bay that some buyers are calling a legacy opportunity.”
Chileno Bay Resort & Residences will feature a 29-room, boutique luxury resort with 32 contemporary three and four-bedroom turnkey beach villas, priced from $1.85 million. The exclusive villas appeal to the sophisticated traveler who appreciates a casual and active lifestyle, connecting with family and friends and an authentic, modern yet warm environment. Hassle free ownership allows owners to enjoy the amenities and services of the resort on a daily basis.
“With construction already underway, we are on pace for an October 2016 opening,” said Mark Cooley, Partner, SV Capital Partners. “It’s gratifying to see the villas take shape, capture the spirit of the original Hotel Cabo San Lucas and integrate with the land in keeping with Glazier Le Architecture’s thoughtful plan.”
Designed by Glazier Le Architecture, Burlingame, CA and interior design firm BAMO, San Francisco, Chileno Bay’s contemporary-style suites and villas have been created for relaxed, effortless living. Keen attention has been paid to developing low-profile, contemporary villas that maximize the seaside views and indoor-outdoor living, all with a style that’s California cool and naturally fit into landscape. BAMO, designers of luxury resorts and hotels spanning the globe, from the Four Seasons Bora Bora to The Inn at Spanish Bay in Pebble Beach and The New York Palace hotel, has designed the interiors to reflect an organic modernism with an edge. Fine craftsmanship and bespoke furnishings, like wood-slab table tops with live edges, limestone floors, Wolf appliances, light fixtures crafted from found objects, earthy, natural materials and original art are some of the elements planned for the chic décor that epitomizes modern Baja.
Amenities will include a centerpiece 138-meter swimming pool, a second pool for families, an oceanfront hot tub and fire pits. In the evenings, the Ocean Edge Restaurant will be the place to gather with friends and family for artisanal cuisine in a relaxed setting under the stars. By day guests will enjoy ample fitness and recreational opportunities, from a new Tom Fazio-designed golf course, to an extensive spa, fitness center and movement studio with a series of classes, a kid’s club, owners lounge, and h2O Cave, the resort’s waterfront sports center.
For more information, visit: chilenobayresidences.com
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