Hyatt Place Los Cabos in Baja California Sur, Mexico has reopened in Los Cabos after suffering extensive damage following last year’s passage of Hurricane Odile. The hotel underwent a $7.6 million reconstruction, including a redesigned lobby and new terrace with unobstructed views of the ocean. Hyatt Place Los Cabos is owned by a joint venture between affiliates of Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Grupo Hermosillo.
“Hyatt Place Los Cabos was one of the most visual representations of Hurricane Odile’s aftermath, and today, we proudly reopen our doors to guests,” said Myles McGourty, senior vice president, Hyatt Latin America and Caribbean. “This opening is symbolic as it represents the beginning of a new chapter for the Hyatt Place Los Cabos team, which is looking forward to welcoming guests for many years to come.”
“We are delighted that Hyatt Place Los Cabos is once again open. The reconstruction of the hotel has exceeded our expectations,” said Jose De La Maza of Grupo Hermosillo. “Visitors to Los Cabos can expect the same friendly and convenient 24/7 amenities they’ve come to know and love from the Hyatt Place brand. Los Cabos is a special place for travelers from all over the world, and the community that resides here is stronger and more resilient than before.”
The hotel brings the Hyatt Place brand’s modern conveniences and stylish design to the Mexican market. Hyatt Place Los Cabos is conveniently located on Paseo Malecón, just 20 minutes from the Los Cabos International Airport. Steps away from the beach on the Sea of Cortez, the hotel is also near the Jack Nicklaus designed 18-hole “Club Campestre” Golf Course, the San Jose del Cabo Historic Center and Art District, and the signature arch at Lands End, Cabo San Lucas. Guests to the destination may also enjoy seasonal water activities, including whale watching, surfing, kayaking, sailing, wave runners, jet skiing, and deep-sea fishing among others.