Hotel Spotlight: Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve

Zadún, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve

Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve is one of five Ritz-Carlton Reserve properties – the brand’s most luxurious and secluded resorts. The exclusive Reserve resorts are set in exotic locations around the world, nestled within the natural beauty of each destination. Each Reserve property promises a personalized and unique experience based entirely on each guest’s preferences. 

Open in 2019, Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve is a Mexican paradise perched in the dunes of Puerto Los Cabos. Travelers can enjoy the remote escape, yet are still within reach of downtown San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. 

Upon arrival at the 115-room property, guests are welcomed with a cold towel and nutritious drink upon arrival. You are then greeted by your Tosoani, also known as your private butler, who whisks you away to your room for your check-in experience. Your Tosoani is your dedicated butler who you are able to communicate with directly to ensure all of your needs and desires are met during your stay.

Zadún, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve
Zadún, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve

The collection of rooms, villas, and suites are designed to blend indoor and outdoor living. The Ocean View King Rooms are the entry-level “rooms” here starting at an impressive 750 square feet. Rooms in this category with even numbers are on the ground floor and have outdoor showers, but may not have as great of an ocean view. Second-level rooms with odd numbers do not have outdoor showers but will have better ocean views. The room design combines the perfect blend of modern elements with Mexican artistry and nature. Each room is complete with a plunge pool and paired with complimentary beach hats and bags for you to use while on the property and to bring home with you as a keepsake. And 24-hour in-room dining means enjoying meals on your terrace next to your plunge pool at any hour! What better what to spend your $150 STARS resort credit?

While the beach on this property is not considered one of the swimmable beaches in Cabo, the resort is comprised of three pools – the infinity pool, adult pool, and spa pool, along with the private pools in every room, suite, and villa. With a focus on wellness at this resort, your stay wouldn’t be complete without recharging at the Alkemia Spa with treatments that include a sound bath, massage, facial, body scrub, and more. One of the most unique aspects is the Savasana Sound Room which is an aromatherapy inhalation room for post-treatment resting.

There are several different dining options at Zadun, each with a unique Latin American flare. Humo, the main restaurant, is an Argentinean-inspired grill, with endless steak and seafood options. El Barrio, where you can enjoy your complimentary breakfast for two daily, has a Mexican street market feel, with huevos rancheros in the morning and endless tacos throughout the day. And Equis is the adults-only raw bar where the food menu is based solely on the catch of the day, with offerings including Chocolata Clams, Baja Oysters, and a variety of ceviches among others.

The service is on par with what you would expect from a luxury hotel, with the added bonus of your Tosoani who plays a rather large role in the overall service experience. Most importantly, this resort truly has something for everyone. This option is great for honeymooners (hello private plunge pools!), couples traveling together, groups, and families with children of all ages. Guests here can expect complete privacy thanks to incredible room design, while also enjoying the resort’s public amenities.

And while you can’t redeem or earn Marriott points here, Ourisman Travel clients can enjoy value-added STARS amenities such as complimentary breakfast, resort credits, and more. For more information on Zadun or other luxury hotels in Los Cabos, reach out to our team at or submit a travel request form!

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