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D'Casa Destinations - Nobu Hotel Los Cabos: Attention to detail as a new concept of hospitality

Omotenashi, a term that highlights attention to detail and is brought to life in a new form of hospitality through Nobu Hotel Los Cabos' Japanese cuisine, design, and traditions.

Mexico City, October 28, 2021.— Included in the select list of Leading Hotels of the World, Ltd. and located on the Baja California peninsula, Nobu Hotel Los Cabos —an exceptional hospitality concept created by the famous chef Japanese Nobu Matsuhisa and actor Robert De Niro— provides an experience of maximum luxury and privacy in one of the most exclusive destinations in Mexico, through the 'omotenashi' concept, in which attention to detail becomes a tangible element during the entire stay but particularly through three distinctive features: gastronomy, design and Japanese traditions.


The arrival: Elegance of minimalism

Minimalist spaces, classic from Japan, merge with elements and materials of the Mexican destination to result in a unique design that welcomes visitors. In neutral hues with striking sculptures and framed by impeccable architecture, guests will perceive that the omotenashi is present from the moment they arrive: A private concierge performs the check-in process - emphasizing the preferences of each guest - in a spectacular terrace from which you can see the entire property, while a traditional Japanese drink is served by the staff and their luggage, transferred to the room.


The stay: Immersion in Japanese traditions

And it is the rooms, precisely, that represent another key omotenashi factor at Nobu Hotel Los Cabos: Perfectly curated areas with pieces of art, materials such as bamboo and classic Japanese elements that, in unsurpassed harmony, reflect a true attention to detail. .

Special mention deserves the bathtub, inspired by the ofuro (Japanese bath). Made in an artisanal way through a careful process, under which traditional Japanese bathtubs are created, it is made of cedar wood that, when in contact with hot water, gives off a particular smell that promotes relaxation and allows the temperature to be preserved for a while. longer, as in Japan.



The cusp: Signature cuisine

Dragons on pieces of furniture and structures, which allude to Japanese culture and traditions, including cutlery, gardens and the tea ceremony, are just some of the tangible elements of omotenashi in the property's gastronomic offering.

With more than five different restaurants and bars, including Nobu Los Cabos, Malibu Farm, Pacific Restaurant and Ardea Steakhouse, Nobu Hotel Los Cabos takes attention to detail to new levels, so that its guests can enjoy dishes really personalized but with the essence of the ancient flavors and traditions of Japan.

Recently recognized by Condé Nast Traveler readers as one of the five 'best hotels in Mexico' in its prestigious Readers' Choice Awards 2021 list, Nobu Hotel Los Cabos since its inauguration in 2019, has had the mission of creating unique and personalized moments in an environment where the magic of the beaches of Los Cabos is combined with the authentic Japanese style. In a place where the concept of omotenashi comes to life, endless extraordinary sensations await all those who wish to experience a luxurious stay redefined by attention to detail.


For more information about Nobu Hotel Los Cabos or to see its complete offer, please visit www.nobuhotelloscabos.com


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