CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO—Auberge Resorts Collection has unveiled a redesigned Esperanza, an Auberge Resort, after a comprehensive revitalization for the oceanfront property.
The redesign of the 57-room beachfront resort features completely transformed guestrooms, a revitalized Cocina del Mar restaurant and Lounge Bar, enhanced pool and terrace with new lounge spaces and cabanas and refreshed spa and public spaces.
“We are excited to welcome our guests back to Esperanza with a contemporary redesign that provides a fresh take on coastal living in Cabo,” said Marc Rodriguez, GM of Esperanza. “As one of Cabo’s most romantic destinations, we hope our guests will enjoy rediscovering Esperanza. With our stylish new spaces, extensive Auberge Adventures programming, and pristine seaside setting, Esperanza will continue to be recognized as one of the best resorts in the world.”
Auberge Resorts Collection tapped interior designer Mary Alice Palmer of HKS Architects and landscape architect George Girvin, to lead the resort’s extensive redesign. Inspired by the natural colors of the rocky cliffs and blue ocean, Esperanza’s new look welcomes guests with a palette of sandy neutrals and shades of gray mixed with the warmth of light driftwood and hand-woven palapas, according to the resort. Original art and handcrafted furnishings by revered Mexico-based craftsmen have been reinterpreted in a fresh way exclusively for Esperanza, paying homage to the traditions of Mexico.
“Set on a backdrop of vivid sunsets and turquoise blue waters, Esperanza is truly a magical place,” said Palmer. “Our intention with the redesign was to take a contemporary approach and create sophisticated intimate spaces that complement the innate beauty of the surrounding landscape and captivating oceanfront setting.”
A member of the Relais & Châteaux collection, Esperanza encompasses a 57-room resort, 60 privately owned villas, 36 private residences, a full-service spa and several signature dining outlets, located on the bluffs overlooking two private coves at Punta Ballena near Cabo San Lucas.