With its sophisticated style and genuine Baja hospitality, this revamped Cabo San Lucas landmark pleases guests of all ages who are unwilling to sacrifice class for reasonable room rates. A group of New Yorkers took over the worn-down hotel in 2007 and gradually turned shabby rooms into stylish, comfortable spaces with luxuries, such as goose down comforters, 800 thread-count sheets, and wet bars with microwaves, mini fridges, coffeemakers, and sinks. Terraces hidden behind trees make pool access rooms especially desirable, though upstairs rooms with balconies tend to be quieter. Pendant lamps with a Moroccan flair delineate the entrance from the lobby to the urban chic Bar Esquina, where a fashionable after-work crowd sips martinis near the open Mexican-style tiled kitchen and diners linger in the outdoor restaurant. The hotel's beach club on popular Playa Médano is just block away, and guests are encouraged to learn stand-up paddling at the hotel's SUP center.