illustrative_2500m_250dpi_092915.inddThe new, breathtaking 337.7-hectare Rancho San Lucas resort is located in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Created by Solmar Hotels and Resorts to embrace “New World Luxury with Old World Charm,” Rancho San Lucas will be an exclusive coastal resort community consisting of luxury hotels and homes inspired by old world Mexican-Spanish architecture. The project site is bordered by vast expanses of scenic open areas to the north and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Spectacular panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, an 18-hole Greg Norman-designed golf course, recreation-oriented activities, two kilometers of white sand beaches and the site’s intrinsic natural beauty set the stage for this unique coastal resort.

Vision Land Design, Inc. prepared the master plan for the Rancho San Lucas coastal resort, which was approved by the local governing jurisdiction in September 2014. The plan consists of two oceanfront resort hotels with a total of 1,100 timeshare hotel units and 1,264 single-family homes and condominiums located in neighborhoods throughout the master-planned community. A championship level 18-hole golf course designed by Greg Norman Golf Course Design is under construction.

A number of projects within Rancho San Lucas have been designed and are currently under construction. These include:

  • Greg Norman-designed 18-hole golf course and practice range.
  • Golf course clubhouse facility.
  • Grand Solmar Rancho San Lucas: 600-unit resort hotel.
  • The Estates: 32 oceanfront, one-story homes and luxury condominiums with golf course.
  • The Villas: 134 ocean view, single-family, two-story homes with golf course.

The golf course and residential developments within the master-planned community will be designed to carefully blend with the natural terrain and unique native plant materials of the overall community. The development areas will specifically incorporate the native plant materials and respond to the natural landforms while incorporating areas with arroyos, hillsides, and dunes into the overall design character of the project.