Four Seasons Announces Plans for Third Mexican Property

Rendering of a room at the new Four Seasons Los Cabos at Costa Palmas

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and Irongate announced plans for a luxury resort and slew of private residences on Bajas eastern shore. Set to open in 2018, Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas will be a part of the exclusive Costa Palmas resort community, set along a two-mile stretch of coastline. 

The resort will boast 145 rooms spread out across multiple buildings and a collection of whole-ownership oceanfront, marina-side and golf-side residences as well as a collection of single-family beachfront private residences. In addition, Costa Palmas will have multiple swimming pools, extensive indoor and outdoor event and wedding facilities, and five unique eateries.
Regarding amenities, Costa Palmas has an 18-hole golf course, full-service spa and state-of-the-art fitness facilities. The grounds of the resort will also have up to 200 slops to accommodate yachts up to 250 feet. 

The resort's location on the waters of the Sea of Cortez makes for excellent snorkeling, diving, sport fishing, and windsurfing and kite boarding. As the hotel sits at the base of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains, there is also ample opportunity for land excursions from hiking and biking to exploring waterfalls and hot springs.  

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The introduction into Los Cabos made sense due it's already-high population of luxury travelers, according to J. Allen Smith, president and CEO, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

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