Park Hyatt Los Cabos At Cabo Del Sol Opening 2025

Park Hyatt Los Cabos At Cabo Del Sol Opening 2025

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For years, Mexico’s first Park Hyatt has been in the pipeline. It’s probably the single upcoming Hyatt property that I’m most excited about. I wanted to provide an update on this resort, as unfortunately the timeline for this opening keeps getting pushed back, and we now won’t see the hotel open before early 2025.

Basics of the Park Hyatt Los Cabos, Mexico

Back in 2017, plans were announced for the Park Hyatt Los Cabos, located in Baja California Sur, Mexico. The Park Hyatt will be situated on a 26-acre property within Cabo Del Sol, a golf resort community that stretches along two miles of beach. The resort is expected to feature 162 guest rooms plus 35 residences. This is the same development where the new Four Seasons Cabo San Lucas at Cabo Del Sol will open in May 2024.

While exact details of amenities are limited, you can expect that the hotel will offer easy access to golf courses, several restaurants and pools, a large spa, a gym, and much more.

Park Hyatt Los Cabos rendering
Park Hyatt Los Cabos rendering
Park Hyatt Los Cabos rendering
Park Hyatt Los Cabos rendering
Park Hyatt Los Cabos rendering

The challenge is that like so many projects, this one has also been delayed significantly. It was initially supposed to open in late 2020, but it’s still not open. Hyatt is now stating that this hotel will open in early 2025.

But I wouldn’t count on that because every year it seems like the opening gets pushed back by an additional year. I’m not sure what exactly is going on, because it seems that construction with this project is mostly done.

At this point one wonders if this might even be the first Park Hyatt to open in Mexico. There are also plans for the Park Hyatt Cancun and Park Hyatt Mexico City, with both expected to open in 2025 (though I imagine those timelines could change as well).

Why I’m excited about the Park Hyatt Los Cabos

As I’ve written about in the past, Los Cabos is one of my favorite places to vacation. The service is amazing (hospitality is great in Mexico in general, and is even more elevated in Los Cabos), the food is delicious, the climate couldn’t be better, I love the rugged desert-meets-ocean landscape, and it’s also a great place for whale watching. Best of all, it’s close to the United States, so there’s no major jetlag to deal with.

The issue with Los Cabos is that luxury points hotels are largely lacking:

Zadun, a Ritz-Carton Reserve

It’s nice to think that there will be yet another “true” luxury points hotel in Los Cabos. Best of all, it belongs to World of Hyatt, which means we can look forward to proper elite benefits, like complimentary breakfast, the ability to use suite upgrades, etc.

Redeeming points in Los Cabos is also especially valuable, given that taxes and service charges total close to 35% of the room rate. This should be a great use of points, though admittedly on the high-end, World of Hyatt’s points redemptions are much more costly than they used to be.

There’s amazing whale watching in Los Cabos

Bottom line

The Park Hyatt Los Cabos has been under development for quite some time. The 168-room resort is currently scheduled to open in 2025, but who really knows, given how hotel openings go nowadays. Park Hyatt seems to have an especially bad track record when it comes to opening hotels on schedule — just look at London and Los Angeles.

I’m really excited for when the Park Hyatt Los Cabos does finally open, as it’s the upcoming Hyatt opening I’m most looking forward to.

Anyone else excited about the Park Hyatt Los Cabos?

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  1. Will Guest

    Just stayed at the Solaz for a night to use a Bonvoy 85k cert. I went in with low expectations based on your review and others. To my surprise, service was top-notch and no one so much as said the word "timeshare." Maybe they figured out the hard-sell was costing them hotel business, or maybe Marriott told them to cut it out. Anyway, the hard product is still super nice, and we had an unexpectedly...

    Just stayed at the Solaz for a night to use a Bonvoy 85k cert. I went in with low expectations based on your review and others. To my surprise, service was top-notch and no one so much as said the word "timeshare." Maybe they figured out the hard-sell was costing them hotel business, or maybe Marriott told them to cut it out. Anyway, the hard product is still super nice, and we had an unexpectedly fantastic stay.

    I love The Cape on a good day, but they play games with suite upgrade availability and they had an obnoxious corporate-retreat crowd the last two times I went.

  2. razorg Guest

    If it's like most of the Hyatt properties in Cabo, you won't be able to use your points very often. Hyatt really needs to fix that, but probably won't.

  3. JustSaying Guest

    Cabo is a ghetto with timeshare compounds. Food scene is horrible. Prices are ridiculous. California anywhere on the coast is a better value and view and California actually has infrastructure.

  4. Sel, D. Guest

    Set way too far back from the ocean and not all rooms are ocean view. Would rather stay at Waldorf or new Four Seasons as neither have those problems. Would not stay.

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Will Guest

Just stayed at the Solaz for a night to use a Bonvoy 85k cert. I went in with low expectations based on your review and others. To my surprise, service was top-notch and no one so much as said the word "timeshare." Maybe they figured out the hard-sell was costing them hotel business, or maybe Marriott told them to cut it out. Anyway, the hard product is still super nice, and we had an unexpectedly fantastic stay. I love The Cape on a good day, but they play games with suite upgrade availability and they had an obnoxious corporate-retreat crowd the last two times I went.

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razorg Guest

If it's like most of the Hyatt properties in Cabo, you won't be able to use your points very often. Hyatt really needs to fix that, but probably won't.

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JustSaying Guest

Cabo is a ghetto with timeshare compounds. Food scene is horrible. Prices are ridiculous. California anywhere on the coast is a better value and view and California actually has infrastructure.

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