Artistic Lantern-Laden Trees Set the Scene for an Indulgent Dinner at Arbol

Tucked into Las Ventanas al Paraiso, A Rosewood Resort, Arbol brings the tantalizing aromas and tastes of the Far East to Los Cabos, Mexico.

Arbol restaurant, Los Cabos

This is the municipality’s first Asian restaurant, a formal dining establishment whose stylish, creative interiors make patrons feel like they’re dining in the middle of a whimsical forest.

Eye-catching sculptural trees by Guadalajara-based artist David Luna decorate the place, while over 500 birdcage lanterns hang from their branches, casting a warm, surreal glow throughout. Otherwise, the design has a subtle nod to Mexico, with carefully chosen decor pieces and hacienda-inspired arches and pillars delimitating the areas.

Restaurant with sculptural trees
Hacienda-inspired restaurant
Display kitchen

A display kitchen adds a vibrant, theatrical feel to the dining experience, while the on-site bar keeps guests well imbibed with refined wines and spirits, and a creative cocktail menu.

The restaurant opens to a shimmering infinity pool, complete with a semi-submerged dining area and breathtaking views over the Sea of Cortez.

Semi-submerged dining area
Dinner in the pool
Lantern-laden trees

With highly trained Indian chef Anand Singh at its helm, Arbol specializes in coastal Asian style cuisine with a Baja twist, proposing refined dishes such as Tandoori Lobster with Mango Chutney and Stir-Fry Wagyu Beef. Alongside tandoor and charcoal ovens, there’s an enticing raw bar teeming with the finest seafood from around the world.

Seafood Raw Bar

Set at the tip of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, Las Ventanas al Paraiso is one of the nation’s most luxurious and spectacular resorts, offering stellar dining options and magnificent accommodation in colorful ocean-view suites and palatial villas often seen in the pages of design magazines. One of them is Ty Warner Mansion, a one-of-a-kind 28,000-square-foot oceanfront hideaway that astounds with its marvelous design and lavish facilities.