Oakmont Corporation Breaks Ground on Four Seasons Resort and Residences Cabo San Lucas at Cabo Del Sol

Mexico, Cabo San Lucas. June 29, 2021

California-based Oakmont Corporation and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, an international leader in luxury hospitality, celebrates two major milestones for the new Four Seasons Resort and Residences Cabo San Lucas at Cabo Del Sol. The prominent oceanfront development along the famed Los Cabos Corridor has secured more than $100 million in reservations from its initial, private pre-sale launch of the residences, and just began construction on site.

"It is an honor to be in partnership with Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, an iconic brand we know will bring an unparalleled level of luxury to the Golden Corridor," said Robert Day, CEO of Oakmont Corporation, the owner of Cabo Del Sol. "Interest from buyers has surpassed our expectations, and we know the unmatched oceanfront location and legacy of the brand are huge draws."

Located on the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula, between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, Four Seasons Resort and Residences Cabo San Lucas at Cabo Del Sol lies on 50 breathtaking beachfront acres and will resemble a low-density seaside village with clusters of two-story buildings when it opens in mid-2023. Being built in relaxed harmony with the surroundings alongside the exclusive Cove Club, a 500-acre private club and community within the master planned Cabo Del Sol development, the Four Seasons project sits right on the water and will encompass a 96-room resort and 61 branded residences, each offering direct and expansive ocean views.

"Together with the incredible team at Oakmont, our second property on the Baja Peninsula will continue to define Cabo as a global destination, setting new standards for luxury travel in the Golden Corridor," says Bart Carnahan, President, Global Business Development and Portfolio Management, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. "Cabo has seen a significant investment in the luxury category in recent years and we look forward to continue building upon this momentum with the development of this exceptional, world-class project."

Situated inside the well-known Cabo Del Sol development, the Four Seasons Resort will include 74 guest rooms and casitas, 17 suites and five villas, in addition to family, adult, and spa pools, a mix of casual and elegant dining options, a signature Four Seasons spa, a cutting-edge fitness facility, a Kid's Club, and an open-air Mercado offering premium brands alongside the finest local vendors. Guests and residents will have access to the world-class golf at Cabo Del Sol and an array of mountain and ocean Baja experiences.

Each of the 61 Four Seasons private residences will connect owners to the ocean with large glass windows and expansive terraces offering unobstructed views of the Sea of Cortez. The limited collection of private villas and residences includes two- to five-bedroom layouts up to 5,600 square feet and starting at $4.8 million. All residences tout their own pools and offer spacious, covered outdoor terraces of up to 1,800 square feet. Owners may enter their residences into the Four Seasons Private Retreats rental program, and they can purchase membership in Cove Club, the newest exclusive golf and beach club in Los Cabos.

Featuring contemporary, elegant architecture paying homage to the Spanish Missions and seamlessly blending shelter and terrain, the design of the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Cabo San Lucas at Cabo Del Sol includes low-slung, ocean-facing villas with clay barrel tile roofs, white masonry walls and colonnaded arches. Both hotel rooms and residences will provide an open, airy feel with plush upholstery, clean hues and patterns throughout, while the landscaping incorporates lush coastal desert plantings such as palm trees, red plumeria, jacaranda and bougainvillea.

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