JW Marriott opens hotel in Mexico's Los Cabos

W Marriott Hotels & Resorts has opened the 299-room JW Marriott Los Cabos Beach Resort & Spa in Mexico.

The new property offers 3,437sqm of meeting space, including the Mila Ballroom and six smaller rooms. In addition, guests can use the 700sqm Kepe gazebo for drinks receptions, which is inspired by ancient Greek forums and boasts views of the sea.

Other facilities include seven restaurants and bars, as well as a spa with seven treatment rooms. Located 20 minutes' drive from the airport, the hotel is described as a venue for both meetings and incentives. 

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Moulden Marketing to represent Mexican DMC

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