There are few resorts in the world as majestic as Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort. A heaven in Baja California Sur, it was cultivated to celebrate the beautiful contrast between the arid desert and the sparkling Sea of Cortez. Inspired by the disparity of nature’s artistry, this resort is more than just stunning architecture and awe-inspiring sea views. You’ll feel the vibe of continuity throughout the resort, how the property’s conception embraces its contradictory natural elements. The 7 onsite restaurants bring culinary exploration experience to its guests as well.
Calypso Terrace is one of the few dedicated ocean front event spaces that’s available to reserve for your private celebrations. This venue is a blank canvas in the best possible way and can embody a multitude of design aesthetics. A gently sloped path to the beach lined with indigenous landscaping is a beautiful entrance for a Bride. Permanent towers on the main terrace allow for attachment points for unique lighting and floral installations. This venue can hold up to 300 guests.
Mako Beach Club
Down a flight of stairs, you’ll find yourself in the Mako Beach Club. This is a venue with mixed surfaces of solid and sand. With a beautiful backdrop of rocks formations with opposing mountains at the horizon and crystal-clear water will welcome your guests to any event that you want to host in the sand: Ceremony, Welcome Party, Bonfire or Daytime Beach Party. This venue can hold up to 200 guests.
Blue Horizon and Horizon 33 Rooftops
On the 5th floor tucked in between 2 of the resort tours you’ll find an iconic mirador that is as unique as the resort. It’s an ideal venue for intimate gatherings with an attendance for 50 or less which could be a Ceremony, Private Dinner, or Welcome Cocktail.
Solaz has up to 150 rooms and it’s best known as a resort that plays in harmony with the topography of Baja California Sur. The neutral color palette of Solaz gives you earth tone vibes and a minimalistic aesthetic. With gallery worthy sculptures and art installations throughout the property by Mexican Visual Artist, César López Negrete. The overall feel of the property is editorial but still soft continuing the balance of its contradictions.