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Soaring arches frame the Sea of Cortez view from the open-air lobby at this architectural stunner, formerly called the Marquis Los Cabos. Wide-winged bronze angels appear ready to fly from the lobby's edge above waterfalls cascading down three levels to the pool. Architect Jacobo Micha's thoughtful design carries through to the 235 suites as well: Original paintings and sculptures complement the open-air design, mattresses can be flipped from firm to soft, long entryway counters are perfect for holding beach gear, and whirlpool tubs are deep enough for soaking. Beach casitas are equally indulgent, with individual pools by the sand to please celebs and privacy-seekers. Sunlight streams through latticed wood ceilings above open-air hot tubs in the 1,200-square-foot spa, and the sinuous pool meanders above the beach. Under the Secrets Unlimited Luxury format, the Marquis is now an all-inclusive, adults-only property. The rate covers upscale meals at the six restaurants, which includes seafood at Dos Mares and six-course tasting menus at Canto del Mar (premium liquor is also covered at the bars). The change makes sense in Corridor hotels such as the Marquis, as transportation to the two towns can be very pricey.—Maribeth Mellin
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