Welcome to the first Four Seasons marina resort, a showpiece of contemporary design on Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula. Nestled on 3.2 kilometres (2 miles) of untouched beachfront on the Sea of Cortez, Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas™ fills your days with swimming, snorkelling, sport fishing, golf and desert adventures.
- Prime Ocean-View Room
Exclusively on upper levels, these prime guest rooms offer elevated views of the Sea of Cortez – both from the sleek interior and the oversized private terrace. Gaze across the waves and watch for dolphins and whales at play.Details
- Ocean-View Room with Plunge Pool
Float in your own private plunge pool as you ponder the Sea of Cortez. Designed for indoor-outdoor living, this sleekly sensual guest room feels like your own personal hideaway. You may never want to leave.Details
- Sunrise One-Bedroom Suite
Boasting our best sunrise view over the Sea of Cortez, these exceptionally large suites are a great choice for families. With extra-spacious living and dining areas – both indoors and out – there’s plenty of room to relax and entertain.Details
- offer valid for: Sep 1 2019 – Mar 13 2020
- USD 400 Resort credit per paid night in a suite (including the Three-Bedroom Beachfront Presidential Villa)
- USD 200 Resort credit per paid night in a guest room
Four Seasons rests on 3.2 kilometres (2 miles) of untouched beachfront.
Tropical calm on the Sea of Cortez
The Baja Peninsula’s undiscovered East Cape provides a long stretch of white-sand beach along the Sea of Cortez, featuring calm, lake-like waters with no waves and no seaweed. The shallow, sandy bottom continues out far from shore, creating an ideal spot for swimming. Looking up and down the shoreline, there’s a pristine, unobstructed view – letting you feel fully immersed in the beauty of nature.
With a long sandy beach and calm clear waters, our new resort is a one-of-a-kind tropical hideaway – just an easy flight from L.A.Borja Manchado General Manager
- Explore an underwater paradise
A UNESCO Marine World Heritage site, the nearby Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park is home to 695 species of aquatic plants and 891 species of fish. Jacques Cousteau called it “The Aquarium of the World.” Plan a boat trip from the marina for unforgettable diving and snorkelling.Details
- TRY YOUR HAND AT ORGANIC FARMING
Remarkably lush and green, the vast Costa Palmas community includes 7 hectares (18 acres) of organic farms and orchards – providing truly locally sourced ingredients for our Four Seasons restaurants. Meet the farmers and get hands-on to learn the latest techniques in sustainable organic growing.
- DISCOVER CHARMING NEARBY TOWNS
It’s just a half-hour drive to the quaint community of Santiago. Take a short hike and go for swim beneath a waterfall pouring off granite cliffs. Or head to El Triunfo, a 19th-century mining town where several old buildings have been restored and converted to restaurants, boutiques, art galleries and a museum.