The Cape – a Thompson Hotel

Imagine a side of Los Cabos you never knew existed. Where the soul willingly surrenders to “el sol ” on the shores of San Lucas. Where a singular beachfront retreat commands a contour of the cape overlooking El Arco and the Bahía San Lucas horizon, unique to Cabo. From the sleek poolside terrace to the Rooftop, it’s a place to revel in the heat of the moment. Set to the pulse of an urban vibe by night and a calm surrender of resort luxury by day, guests of The Cape experience every indulgence. e contemporary lines of Mexico City’s visionary architect, Javier Sanchez, and warm designs by Arquitectura de Interiores’, Mariasabel Gomez Vazquez, draw you in and reveal a reection of Cabo like no other.


  • 161 guestrooms, all with terraces facing the ocean and El Arco

  • Located on Monuments surng beach
  • Panoramic suites and selected suites have private plunge pools and butler service

  • State-of-the-art rain shower with freestanding copper-leafed tub and luxurious cotton kimono robes

  • Fully stocked in room bar

  • 24-hour in-room dining
  • Tequila amenity

  • Located on a secluded beach

  • Outdoor infinity pool and bar, salt water pool, and hot tub

  • Transportation services available upon request through our Concierge Desk

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

Dining and Entertainment

Lobby Bar

Open-air living room style lounge and bar with game tables and ocean views

Glass Box

Ocean view dramatic contemporary lounge featuring select mezcals and Japanese whiskeys


Two bars featuring local craft beers, curated cocktails and spectacular views of downtown Cabo and El Arco

Pool Bar

Swim-up bar and restaurant overlooking Monuments Beach


Indoor restaurant with patio serving a menu of contemporary Mexican cuisine, as well as traditional American breakfast favorites


One of the most desirable and secluded to surf in Los Cabos, equipped with lounge chairs, umbrellas, and a beach shack offering board and snorkel equipment rentals


Internationally acclaimed Mexican chef Enrique Olvera draws inspiration from the izakaya tradition to introduce Pan-Pacic inuences to traditional Mexican cuisine.



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