Resort life in Los Cabos
All 375 rooms at the luxurious Hilton Los Cabos feature walls, doors and sinks uniquely hand-finished by local artisans. Tucked into a cove on the Sea of Cortez, the resort allows swimming on its beach—one of few along a coastline known for fierce undertow. (pictured above)
Sheraton Hacienda del Mar gives guests five pool options, ranging from dramatic infinityedge to peaceful sunbathing spot, from a kid’s pool with a slide to one with a swim-up bar and another with live music and water sports. All come with food and drink service. (pictured below)
Livin’ La Vida Cabo
Cabo’s swanky nightlife finds its expression along Médano Beach, home of such upscale, trendsetting resorts as ME Cabo and Casa Dorada. By day, the award-winning ME Cabo epitomizes relaxation and refinement; by night, the energy pulses from its Nikki Beach and Passion Club. The luxurious, familyfriendly Casa Dorada ranks as one of Mexico’s top 10 hotels, frequently hosting—and hiding—celebrities…and those who wish they were.
Mild or Wild
Los Cabos isn’t just one big beach party—though you certainly can find plenty of those if you want. The Corridor abounds with elegant resorts hugging the immaculate coast, all of them just minutes from world-class golf, fishing, dining and more. Thanks to its perfect climate and range of resorts, Cabo can be all things to all people: wild, restful, cultured and fun.
Luxury at Land’s End
Sandos Hotel Finisterra, the iconic resort scenically located high above the tip of the Baja coast, recently underwent a major renovation under new ownership. The all-inclusive room price includes unlimited food, drinks, family-friendly entertainment and more.
The Sheraton Hacienda del Mar’s colorful, palatial property sits just a pitching wedge from Cabo del Sol’s Ocean and Desert courses and within an easy drive (by car, that is) of lively Cabo San Lucas and the cobblestoned quaintness of San José del Cabo.
Meliá Cabo Real, an all-inclusive beach and golf resort tucked away on a cove along the Corridor five minutes south of San José del Cabo, boasts 305 deluxe oversized rooms, four restaurants and the adjacent Robert Trent Jones Jr. course at Cabo Real.
One&Only Palmilla’s 172 sensuously elegant guest rooms come in single and three-story “casas,” encircling the resort grounds along the peninsula’s edge. Every private patio or balcony comes with unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean or Sea of Cortez.
Cabo Villas Beach Resort & Spa radiates all the luxury of a beachfront paradise with the added bonus of having Cabo’s first and only microbrewery—Baja Brewing Company—on its rooftop terrace. Enjoy the fare, fire pit and fabulous sunsets with a handcrafted cold one.
The Westin Resort and Spa, Los Cabos overlooks the Sea of Cortez and features the exclusive Royal Beach Club Rooms and Suites, offering such amenities as continental breakfast with hot options, snacks all day, and hors d’oeuvres, wine, beer and soft drinks at sunset.
Hilton Los Cabos, like many fine resorts, features an infinity pool with a swim-up bar. The difference? This one serves delicately cut sushi and sashimi. La Barca Sushi Bar, which also has seating, lets you catch some fresh tuna without having to charter a fishing boat.
Read our full Los Cabos Travel Guide here:
Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort
Meliá Cabo Real
Sandos Hotel Finisterra
Sheraton Hacienda Del Mar
Cabo Villas Beach Resort & Spa
The Westin Resort & Spa, Los Cabos