Experience Cielomar Rooftop at Viceroy Los Cabos
If you’ve every stayed at a Viceroy hotel or resort, you’ll no doubt recall an epic guest experience, a hallmark of the brand. Each hotel is a reflection of the local culture and a provides a unique guest experience. In Los Cabos, that experience began in May 2018, when the hotel first debuted. Since then, Viceroy Los Cabos has been at work making enhancements that now complete its goal to inspire travelers to create their own journey. The enhancements include the Cielomar rooftop bar and restaurant, a five-star spa and boutique shopping.
Not only are travelers drawn to this high point overlooking expansive views and one-of-a-kind sunsets, but the locals have caught on too. Cielomar translates to “Sky and Sea.” The name reflects a true sense of place where a fiery sky meets cerulean blue waters. When the sun goes down, you’d be hard pressed to find a better view in all of Los Cabos. The true architectural design becomes even more detailed and transformative as day fades into night. The exquisite ambient lighting and decor also add to the entire experience, rivaled only by food that features fresh seafood, wood-fired pizza, flame-grilled fare, and innovative craft cocktails.
The menu reflects locally sourced ingredients and the freshest catches each day combined with unique Mexican panache. There is a delicious tuna poke pizza topped with grilled jalapeno, habanero-fermented Hamachi, charred corn ravioli and even bone-in rib eye for the carnivores in the family. However, the restaurant also caters to vegetarians too. The fresh black truffle, fontina cheese arugula pizza is quite a popular dish.
Not only is the food world-class, but the international wine list and selection of craft beers and spirits ensures the right accompaniment for any meal. But it is Los Cabos, and nothing is more relaxing than watching the sun go down with a signature cocktail in hand. The menu includes incredible combinations of fresh ingredients such as the “Blonde Shakerato” incorporating beer and black truffle all meticulously engineered by the head Chef Pita and his talented team.
With an enviable location nestled at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, Lost Cabos is certainly one of the sunniest spots. With around 350 days of idyllic blue sky and an average temperature of 75, you can visit in any season. Los Cabos also has a unique art and cultural hub that only adds to the vibrancy of the Viceroy. There is no lack of culinary adventure, but as a hotel guest, you might not want to eat anywhere else.
So, while looking for the perfect place to watch the sun set you have many choices. Cielomar in Los Cabos is a slice of Heaven. In fact, you might not want to leave. Fortunately, Engel & Völkers Snell Real Estate can help you find the right spot here to call your home away.