Located on the tip of the Baja California Peninsula, The Cape Residences are a boutique collection of full-ownership luxury condominiums perched above the surf, with stunning views of the iconic Cabo San Lucas’ Arch. They re-deﬁne the concept of contemporary Mexican luxury with an ensemble of clean, modern, and minimalistic designs. With a subtle nod to the beach blanket lifestyle the Baja enjoys year-round, you are bound to experience something quite amazing. This one-bedroom residence offers an open floor concept. The kitchen expands through the living room and out onto the terrace which seems to extend into the Sea of Cortez – boasting the best view in Los Cabos, straight through El Arco.
The Cape Residences are a boutique collection of 34 exquisite, full-ownership residences at The Cape, a Thompson Hotel in Cabo San Lucas. Capturing magnificent views of Cabo’s iconic arch, the luxury condominiums rise above Monuments Beach, a world-renowned surf break. Each residence showcases curated modern design and unrivaled ocean vistas while offering full-service, turnkey living and the exceptional resort amenities of The Cape.
Homeowners at The Cape Residences enjoy 24-hour security, valet, concierge, in-residence dining and impeccable property management service provided by The Cape. Residents have the option of participating in the full-service rental program managed by the hotel. They also enjoy preferred rates (a 25% discount) at the hotel, as well as full access to hotel amenities, which include an infinity-edged oceanfront pool, a second stunning salt-water pool, the Currents Spa and world-class dining. Among restaurants at The Cape is the globally acclaimed Manta, created by renowned chef Enrique Olvera. The Rooftop at The Cape, which offers live music and stunning sunsets, was selected by Condé Nast Traveler as one of the ten best rooftop bars in the world.
From their perch on Monuments Beach, the residences are located within a short five-minute drive from the world-famous restaurants, nightlife, shopping and culture of Cabo San Lucas, and a 20-minute drive from the quaint, historic town of San Jose del Cabo.