Mexico's might offer dreamy views of the Sea of Cortez, which no greater authority than Jacques Cousteau himself called “the world’s aquarium.” Guests might also gaze in wonder at two new restaurants in the hotel designed by .
The almost 4,000-square-foot is a tribute to Mexico’s most famous painter. Wooden screens trail across the ceiling and angle down to create shelving and room dividers with contents that reflect in the polished marble floors. Lighting is mostly accented in brass, as are railings for the monumental bar of bookmatched marble.
The 5,000-square-foot , named for the region in Tuscany, offers a darker palette, with moody lighting that sets circular curtains of metal aglow. Leather banquettes in mahogany, and leather seating in black and bronze, sharpen the mood. For those more concerned with soaking up the site's natural beauty, both Lucca and Frida offer outdoor seating on the curved balcony, the ideal place to gaze at the glittering sea.