Hyatt Ziva and Westin Los Cabos reopen summer 2015 after Hurricane Odile

Hurricane Odile ravaged Los Cabos last September when it unexpectedly tracked east over land along the Baja Sur peninsula as a category 3 hurricane rather than veer out to sea. The unexpected landfall stranded 26,000 foreign tourists on the Baja peninsula, most in resort hotels that were about half full as the 125 mph winds hit Cabo San Lucas.

Many of the hotels damaged by Hurricane Odile have reopened, yet there are still several major hotel brand properties months away from opening for 2015.

Grand Mayan Los Cabos. Partly opened Feb. 7. Full reopening expected March 28. Rates after March 28 begin about $375.

One&Only Palmilla Los Cabos. Reopening April 20. Rates in early May begin at about $790.

Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort. Taking reservations beginning June 1. Rooms for two in early July from about $210.

Dreams Los Cabos Suites. Reopening June 1. Rates begin around $469.

Esperanza Resort. Website says reopening March 31. First reservation availability is June 1. Rates begin about $575.

Las Ventanas al Paraiso. Accepting reservations beginning June 15. Rates from about $585.

Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos. Accepting reservations for stays beginning July 15. Rates from about $310 per night.

Hyatt Place Los Cabos. Taking reservations for stays beginning July 15. Rates from about $85 a night.

Westin Resort & Spa Los Cabos. Reopening Sept. 30. Rooms for two from about $170.

Hotel Melia Cabo Real. Taking reservations beginning Dec. 1. Rooms for two in early December begin at about $195, all-inclusive.


Board of Tourism Baja California Sur

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined in 2008.

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