Thanksgiving Memories Taste Better at The Cape

Now we invite you to spend an extra night on us; that’s one more day to enjoy a memorable Thanksgiving on the beach surrounded by family, friends, exquisite meals, live entertainment and breathtaking vistas of El Arco and the ocean from any of our rooms, suites or villas.

Select our most exclusive accommodations, the Villas – which include even more in-room amenities. Book three nights and enjoy the fourth night on us.

Memories taste better at The Cape.

THE CAPE, A THOMPSON HOTEL

A Los Cabos boutique hotel like no other. Imagine a side of Los Cabos you never knew existed, where the soul willingly surrenders to el sol. It’s a fresh and vibrant approach to Los Cabos luxury—a singular beachfront retreat commanding a contour of the cape where every room and vantage point overlooks El Arco and the Bahia Cabo San Lucas horizon.

Intuitively interwoven within the natural landscape surrounding the Monuments Beach point break, The Cape is a place to revel in the heat of the moment. The clean, contemporary lines of visionary Mexico City architect Javier Sanchez converge in a relaxed 1960s Southern California-meets-Baja aesthetic at this luxury boutique hotel.

Two pools and a duo of outdoor spa cabanas seemingly spring from the natural rock formations, while the only rooftop lounge in Cabo San Lucas floats six stories above. Set to the pulse of an urban vibe by night, the warm designs by Arquitectura de Interiores’ Marisabel Gómez Vázquez ultimately draw you in, revealing a reflection of Los Cabos like no other.  

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THOMPSON HOTELS LOS CABOS INFLUENCERS X JAVIER SÁNCHEZ

Inspired by the natural beauty of the Cortez Sea, Mexican architect Javier Sánchez has added to his groundbreaking portfolio of work with The Cape, a new Thompson Hotel in the picturesque, laid-back haven of Los Cabos, Mexico. A founding partner and director of the Mexico City architecture firm, JSa, Sánchez works with what he calls “an urban acupuncture strategy,” using the natural world and public spaces to disrupt and regenerate the city’s fabric. He has designed more than ninety projects.

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