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The Cape, a Thompson Hotel, is definitely a place to see and been seen.

Located in the Cabo San Lucas region of Baja California Sur, Mexico, The Cape is situated along one of the most desirable stretches of white sand in Los Cabos: the world-renowned surfers’ paradise known as Monuments Beach. The boutique luxury hotel features 161 guestrooms, all with unobstructed views of the Sea of Cortez and the only hotel with views of the destination’s famed icon, El Arco—a stunning natural phenomenon of granite carved into an arch by centuries of wind and sea exposure. The first Thompson hotel to open in Mexico, The Cape effortlessly blends the brand’s upscale urban aesthetic with a distinct 1960s Baja-meets-Southern California vibe. Guests enjoy two pools, including an infinity pool with swim-up bar and another built within a natural rock formation found on property; a sixth-story rooftop lounge and garden with unmatched views of the city and sea (the best place to see a sunset in Cabo); an intimate spa and fitness center with private outdoor cabanas for treatments with an ocean view; and a diverse array of chef-driven food and beverage destinations (including a signature restaurant from acclaimed Chef Enrique Olvera). One-, two-, and three-bedroom Villas are available, including four, two-story Penthouse Villa with private rooftops and plunge pools and the premier Surfer Villa—a two-story luxury suite ideal for a luxe vacation, private event, or intimate wedding. Most of the guestroom on property offers unobstructed ocean views, as well as outdoor terraces—many boasting hanging daybeds for enjoying the picturesque surroundings.

The Cape—in collaboration with Los Cabos’ private healthcare provider BlueNet Hospitals and parent brand Hyatt—has significantly expanded its safety and sanitation protocols, integrating the latest technology and expert counsel to best protect guests and staff. Measures exceed federal and global health guidelines and include, but are not limited to: introducing a tech-forward disinfecting arch (which provides effective micro drops of sanitizing solution head to feet as a person passes through without dampening clothes, skin, or irritating eyes) to the entrance of the property, thoroughly disinfecting airport transfer vehicles between use (including luggage), providing complimentary personal safety kits (surgical mask, hand sanitizer, antibacterial wipes), assigning guestrooms for maximum distancing, providing QR codes for in-restaurant ordering and spacing tables to allow for social distancing, utilizing the latest technology (such as electrostatic sprayers with disinfecting mist and ultraviolet light) to sanitize surfaces and objects, and conducting daily team member wellness checks.

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