Due to the fact that Los Cabos has been a popular destination for celebrities and other high-profile visitors for decades, the hotel scene has always been on point. Aside from being the home to some of the world’s most prestigious five-star hotels, Mexico is also home to some of the country’s most exclusive and luxurious all-inclusive resorts.

When it comes to designing the ideal Los Cabos setting, it is possible to start with the selection of the appropriate all-inclusive resort. Here is a guide of Los Cabos’ most popular all-inclusive resort hotels.

Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Los Cabos Mexico

1. Villa la Estancia Beach Resort & Spa

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A mini-compound of three sister Cabo San Lucas properties includes Villa la Estancia. Two restaurants with alfresco dining, and a vast stretch of beach are among the hotel’s facilities. Private balconies or terraces and flat-screen TVs are standard in all rooms; upgraded Villas feature outdoor barbecues and jacuzzi baths. A la carte restaurants are expensive (all-inclusive packages are available) and the beach is gorgeous but choppy. With more restaurants and pools, the Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa delivers more for less.

Villa la Estancia is the most refined and adult-oriented of the three Villa properties in Cabo San Lucas, with a hacienda-inspired style that stands out above other Cabo San Lucas accommodations. Elegant wingback seating is included in the lobby and other communal rooms, as well as marble. In the hotel’s outdoor area, the big freeform pool is the social hub. The mood is calm and quiet here. It attracts older couples who prefer to relax and read a book while sipping wine. However, the most family-friendly shared amenities are offered in the two sister resorts nearby.

In contrast to the calmer waters of downtown Medano Beach, the hotel is located on one of the area’s most picturesque public beaches. There are also no easy walking routes to downtown’s most popular shops, restaurants, and clubs. A highway and several resorts are the only neighboring amenities. Getting to town takes ten minutes. Cabo San Lucas Country Club’s professional 18-hole golf course is about 10 minutes away by car. A 35-minute drive north of San Jose del Cabo, Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) Taxis and private buses are generally cheaper than the hotel-arranged transportation. Several well-known rental vehicle companies have counters in the airport. Weekly rates are comparable to most famous Mexico tourist locations.

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2. Villa del Palmar Beach Resort & Spa

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The most family-friendly of the three Villa Group residences in Cabo San Lucas. Its 460 suites include neutral, simple design, fully equipped kitchens, and balconies with seaside views. There are outdoor pools and a waterslide, but umbrellas are scarce. There are three restaurants, a grocery store, and themed nights with live events; parents can relax knowing that nightlife ends at 11 p.m. Beware of intrusive daily Wi-Fi prices and time-share solicitations. If you have room in your budget, consider the slightly more expensive sister resort Villa Del Arco, which has a beautiful spa.

Villa Groups has eight properties in Mexico, three of which are on this beach in Cabo San Lucas. Americans and Canadians of various ages usually stay a week, so Saturdays are busy in the lobby. The bulk of guests are families and groups on vacation, not spring breakers. As a result, the hotel enforces quiet hours after 11 p.m. There are weekly themed events and a sports bar for the social drinkers. On-site supermarket stocks a wide choice of beers and liquors for the kitchens. Time-share and spa sales pitches are often incorporated into the events, so don’t make any commitments while intoxicated.

The hotel’s layout is undoubtedly its best feature. Three yellow houses surround a huge terrace facing the ocean and distant rock formations; cruise ships often dock there. The nicest chairs are taken before breakfast, and the pool maintains a no-reservations policy. Fighting for umbrellas can be frustrating. Aside from these tiny annoyances, relax and enjoy the view!

Cabo San Lucas is a seaside town in Mexico’s Baja Peninsula known as Los Cabos (The Capes). This has long been a favorite sun-worshipping party destination. Villa del Palmar is tucked away from the excitement, perfect for families seeking a major resort atmosphere with more peace and quiet.

The resort is located on the Transpeninsular Highway, which connects San Jose del Cabo with Cabo San Lucas. Arriving at Los Cabos International Airport, guests can take a taxi or hire a car to the hotel. For the latter, a gated entry and security guard defend free parking. There are also local golf courses and whale viewing and diving expeditions. Taxis from the hotel are expensive, but taking the local bus saves money. Free trolley transportation between Villa resorts.

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3. Los Cabos Golf Resort, Trademark Collection by Wyndham

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Los Cabos Golf Resort appears to be one of Cabo San Lucas’ best three-and-a-half-pearl golf holiday options. Pool with two levels, outdoor Mexican restaurant, and enormous grotto-style hot tub round out the niceties. They have kitchenettes, flat-screen TVs, and private balconies. There’s nothing around, a bland one-room spa, and aggressive time share pitches detract from the hotel’s posh allure. If you prefer to be near to the beach and the town’s party scene, Bahia Hotel & Beach Club provides comparable pricing and a gastronomic restaurant.

Los Cabos Golf Resort can be a pleasant golf destination if guests limit their expectations. The resort’s design ranges from historically Mexican to rustic to vivid and crisp, depending on where guests are. Upon arrival, guests are greeted by a sophisticated stone and stucco front and a bright, open-concept lobby. But the property is antiquated and lacks the sophisticated panache it seeks to exude. La terrasse extérieure, with its two huge pools and grotto-style hot tub, is oriented toward elderly couples rather than families. But, like the surrounding golf course, the whole mood is polished. Previous guests have also been treated to aggressive and lengthy time share solicitations.

Los Cabos Golf Resort is surrounded by an 18-hole country club and is on a dead-end road. Guests will require a car to view the sights or get to the beach. Downtown Cabo San Lucas restaurants and stores are a 10-minute drive away, as is the nearest public beach, Medano Beach. A Walmart and a huge shopping center are less than five minutes distant by automobile. The closest international airport is Los Cabos (SJD), 40 minutes away by automobile. Just 10 minutes north of San Jose del Cabo, a beautiful alternative to Cabo San Lucas’ raucous vibes.

The rooms are nice, but the unaffiliated high-end golf course next door is better. Excellent fit and finish with granite counters, travertine tile floors, and plush furnishings. The rooms feature bold patterns, knit-style ottomans, heavy dark wood furniture, and shabby-chic wicker seating.

Kitchenettes (with refrigerators, microwaves, sinks, and electric cooktops) and private, furnished balconies are standard fixtures in all ten room categories. Only premium daily or multi-day plans include Wi-Fi. The studio Executive Villas are the smallest, while the One Bedroom and Two Bedroom Villas are the largest, with numerous bathrooms and terraces, one with a private hot tub. Penthouse Villas have three or more bedrooms and can sleep up to 12 people. These luxury categories include large flat-screen TVs, hot tubs in the master bathroom, and private rooftop pool decks and gardens.

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4. Villa del Arco Beach Resort & Spa

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The three-and-a-half-pearl Villa Del Arco Beach Resort & Grand Spa is located on Playa Medano, with views of Land’s End. The large pool complex has a full-size pirate ship. The hotel has two casual seaside restaurants and a three-floor spa and gym, one of the largest in Cabo San Lucas. The 222 rooms include great amenities including kitchenettes (or full kitchens) and furnished balconies, but no free WiFi and intrusive timeshare salespeople. The hotel’s Medano Beach is lovely, but the sea may be treacherous, and getting to town requires a car. The four-pearl Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa offers similar amenities for less.

The Villa Del Arco Beach Resort & Grand Spa is the most vibrant and family-friendly of the three hotels in the mini-compound. The design features huge arches, Moroccan-style crockery, and exquisite mosaic floor patterns. Even still, a little kitsch is inevitable — this is Cabo, after all. The property’s large outdoor pool complex features a full-size Spanish galleon recreation, clearly aimed at party-goers. The all-inclusive prices are popular, but the ambiance is quiet, which is a blessing (and rare in the region). The outside terrace is the de facto social hub. Expect to see a mix of families and couples, as well as small groups of friends.

The hotel is located on one of the area’s most stunning beaches, Medano Beach. Remember that the beach here is less sheltered than in town, and thus more risky. Guests without wheels are stuck at the resort, with only sister properties within walking distance. Restaurants, stores, and the marina are all within a 10-minute drive. To get to El Arco (the renowned Cabo San Lucas Arch) in about 10 minutes, guests can arrange a tour or charter boat immediately on the property. The lovely San Jose del Cabo is 35 minutes distant by vehicle from Los Cabos Airport.

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5. Zoetry Casa del Mar Los Cabos

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One of the best places to stay in the area between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo is Casa del Mar Golf Resort and Spa. It’s a lovely, high-end hotel. With a calming spa, multi-level pool, three a la carte dining options, a modern fitness facility, and 24-hour room service, the boutique hotel provides a peaceful alternative to the nearby mega-resorts. All 50 suites have balconies, flat-screen TVs, and ocean views. Though the ocean is beautiful, it isn’t always safe to swim. There isn’t much entertainment or kid’s activities. For a similar price and closer to a swimmable beach, consider Casa Dorado.

After storm devastation, Casa del Mar Golf Resort & Spa was restored and relaunched. The guarded entrance is in the Tourist Corridor, and like other nearby luxury properties, Casa del Mar has a long, winding approach to the lobby. Guests are greeted with hibiscus tea and a cooled towel. The open-floor lobby features a quiet garden with wooden tables and colorful throw pillows, perfect for reading or playing board games. The well-kept gardens feature fountains and pink tropical flowers. The property is spaced out enough for the older couples that make up the resort’s majority to get away from any busy scenes. There are no activities specifically for children here.

Casa del Mar Golf Resort and Spa is five minutes from the motorway. The home has ocean views and is a 5-minute stroll from the beach. The greatest beach for swimming in Cabo is Playa El Medano, an 18-minute drive from the hotel. Playa El Medano is very easily accessible from downtown Cabo. Golfers can play at Cabo Real Golf Club, El Dorado Golf and Beach Club, and Palmilla Golf Club.

San Jose del Cabo’s cobblestone walkways are a 17-minute drive from Casa del Mar. a vibrant art scene and lovely restaurants Both Los Cabos International Airport and Cabo San Lucas International Airport are a 28-minute drive away. There is nothing within walking distance of the hotel and taxis are pricey, so hiring a car may be the best option.

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6. Hotel Palmas De Cortez

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Rooms at the Hotel Palmas de Cortez have free Wi-Fi and access to a private beach, in addition to refrigerators in each room. Los Barriles’ popular features, such as outdoor tennis courts, a Jacuzzi, and an outdoor pool, ensure that guests have a pleasant time during their visit.

The resort has 56 rooms, each of which is equipped with everything you could possibly need for a peaceful stay. They also have an oven and a microwave, among other things.

Due to the presence of a restaurant that serves foreign cuisine, the resort offers visitors everything they require for a relaxing evening without having to leave the premises. The lounge bar is a great place to unwind in the evenings.

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7. Hotel Tesoro Los Cabos

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This big, 286-room hotel is right in the middle of downtown Cabo San Lucas, next to the busy harbor (great for those who want to be in the thick of things). The hotel used to be a Wyndham, and there are signs of that. Tesoro’s main attraction is a modern outdoor pool with two raised jetted tubs. Three restaurants and three bars keep people from getting bored. Most people go out for dinner and nightlife. Adults should think twice about staying in March and April when the hotel is full of young people having a good time. Romantics and families might want to check out the all-inclusive Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos, which has a wide beach setting.

First-time visitors might have a hard time finding Tesoro Los Cabos, which is part of a local brand with two other resorts in Mexico, because there isn’t any signage. This could be because Wyndham is taking over the brand. Besides that, the original entrance isn’t the same. Instead, there is a white archway that connects two buildings on the second floor. There is now a new lobby, restaurant, and bar under the white archway. Guests can park in the outdoor parking lot next to the street, or they can be dropped off at the front door by a driver. The exterior is made up of white and orange Spanish-style architecture, with a unique lighthouse structure with a turn-around entrance at the marina. In this whole area, there are a lot of shops and restaurants. It gets a lot of people in the afternoon and at night. Indeed, the hotel is surrounded on both sides by many bars and restaurants. People who like to walk to a lot of places for both can choose this place.

It’s at the southernmost point of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula that Cabo San Lucas is, a beach town and resort town on the stretch of coast known as Los Cabos (The Capes). Those who like sun and partying have been coming to this place for years. It’s a good place to go for restaurants, nightlife and golf. It’s also a good place to see whales and do water sports. Though this hotel isn’t right on the beach like many other places in the area, it’s still close to downtown and has a marina where water taxis can take guests to Medano, Pelican, and Lovers beaches. Guests can quickly go on a boat tour of the famous “El Arco” for a very low price.

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8. Marina Fiesta Resort & Spa, A La Carte

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Medano Beach is within a ten-minute walk of the Port Fiesta Resort, which towers over Cabo San Lucas’ bustling marina. However, the nautical theme and outmoded bathrooms disappoint. Two pools and a swim-up bar attract adult couples, bachelorette parties, and small groups of friends. A new gym with a trainer and a dated spa are also available. A wide range of cuisines are available in the hotel’s Golden Zone, a coastal promenade with restaurants ranging from Japanese to Italian. On the other side of the marina, Tesoro Los Cabos provides reduced rates and more modern rooms.

Is this the most up-to-date all-inclusive resort in Cabo San Lucas? No. But for tourists seeking a simple, mid-range resort with a laid-back vibe and just enough sociability, it absolutely delivers. From the street, the hotel’s lobby has a lively, energetic vibe, with families, couples, and young tourists arriving and departing. The hotel’s design won’t win any major honors and is wildly eclectic. In the open-air foyer, we saw big oil paintings, religious artefacts, classical sculptures, animal prints, and vibrant colors. Still, this is a simple home that will satisfy most people for a few days.

The hotel has a small footprint situated in the middle of Cabo San Lucas, but it is packed with features. The main pool is a beautiful freeform choice, surrounded by lounge chairs and umbrellas, and manned by friendly personnel bringing customers beverages and food. There are many of romantic nooks and a vibrant swim-up bar. Throughout the day, pop music is played quietly, and most of the sounds are of guests chatting and laughing. On the hotel’s backside, the calm pool has a small bar and a few gaming tables. On the hotel’s higher floors is a hot tub terrace.

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9. Barceló Gran Faro Los Cabos

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This 350-room beachfront resort on the Sea of Cortez is ideal for families and adults. There are three sections of rooms, each with a pool (one with a swim-up bar) and a large beach. Those pools are also a blessing because swimming in the sea is risky due to the strong current. But long walks along the beach are a must. The renovated rooms are basic but have balconies, rain showers, and free minibar items. With two buffets, three a la carte restaurants, and a sky bar with some of the best views in town. The historic district of San José del Cabo has more restaurants and shops. Get ready for an upgrade pitch.

Barcelo, known for its large all-inclusive resorts, jumped at the chance to take over this property from Hola Hoteles & Resorts. Hotel Row refers to the area surrounding the hotel, which has many other large hotels. The older of these resorts is easily identifiable by its unusual tower (visible from the street) with a sports bar on top. The entrance, like the tower, has a retro conference center vibe with flags (a Barcelo staple), a fountain, and a turnaround entrance with valet parking. A covered breezeway leads to the reception area, past splashes of bright pink and yellow that evoke a beach resort. Then there’s the view: stunning views of the pools and the sea from the second-floor lobby. There are plenty of sun loungers to spend the day on, surrounded by palms and gardens. The beach, pools, and restaurants are all within easy walking distance of the three sections of rooms. Beautiful views of the sea and a great layout for its size.

Baja enjoys near-constant sunshine, so guests will need to come in and cool off. There aren’t many options, but the large lobby bar has drinks and games to keep you entertained. The animation team organizes regular activities at the beach and pool, and the snack bar and pool bar are always busy. Breakfast and lunch are served at the waterside buffet, while dinner is served in a separate area by the lobby. After dinner, most people go to the sports bar tower for drinks.

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10. Playa Grande Resort

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In terms of resort amenities, the Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa is the best value in Cabo San Lucas. An authentic beachfront Mexican restaurant, an open-air sushi bar, a massive main pool, easy access to downtown Cabo, and a beautiful spa leave guests wanting more. Elegant marble bathrooms and private furnished balconies overlooking the water are featured in each of the 260 suites. Some may be put off by the lack of swimmable beaches and high Wi-Fi fees. The Ridge at Playa Grande, a neighboring sister property, offers access to the same amenities as well as a stunning rooftop pool terrace and a quieter, adult-oriented vibe for a slightly higher price.

Colorful buildings, thatched-roof restaurants, and tropical landscaping evoke a sense of Mexico. The design is bright and bold, yet sophisticated. The grounds feature koi ponds and Spanish tile. Days are spent in the large central pool area, which includes several interconnected pools and an adult-only beachfront pool. Restaurants keep the nightlife humming. There’s little nightlife beyond the occasional beachside barbecue or live music set. There are a lot of things for both kids and adults to do at the resort, and its size makes it easy for families and couples to find their own space. Guests have complained about pushy salespeople at this time-share property.

The hotel is located at the end of a quiet private road minutes from downtown Cabo. A staffed security gate ensures only guests can enter. The resort is conveniently located near the city’s most popular restaurants, bars, shops, and marina (just five minutes by car). Cabo San Lucas offers cheap car rentals, but most visitors opt to walk or take one of the area’s cheap shuttles. The hotel can arrange paid shuttle service, but private shuttle service is often less expensive and more convenient. The only major airport in the region is Los Cabos International (SJD), which is 45 minutes north by car.

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11. Riu Palace Cabo San Lucas – All Inclusive

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The Riu Palace, which is outside of Cabo San Lucas, has a lot of fun things to do. There are 6 restaurants, activities, and nightly entertainment at this huge 642-room all-inclusive resort. All of these things are included in the price. The rooms are spacious, with opulent bathrooms and stunning views, but the furniture is outdated, and there are no duvets, only old comforters. There are two big pools, one for relaxing and one for playing, as well as a swim-up bar and a decent-sized gym. While the grounds of the resort are well-kept, there have been complaints about crowds at the pool and people taking the lounge chairs early. People also have to take taxis to get to the center of Cabo San Lucas. The water is also too rough for swimming.

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12. Royal Solaris Los Cabos

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There are 400 rooms at the Royal Solaris, a midrange hotel that’s good for families. It’s an all-inclusive option that’s good for families. This time-share property looks good, but beware of sales pitches. It has four pools, four bars, and four restaurants, two of which are a la carte. Rooms have traditional furniture, mini-fridges stocked with free beer and water, and balconies, though some are small. They also have traditional decor. People have a lot to do every day. Even though the beautiful beach is usually not swimmable, it has a lot of sand and chairs under thatched umbrellas. Because there is a kids’ and teens’ club, nightly entertainment, dance classes, and a water park, families are the norm, but couples can go to the spa or the adult-only pool to get some alone time. Compare the prices of the Barcelo Grand Faros to the prices of the Barcelo Grand Faros. The Barcelo Grand Faros has a few more modern rooms.

On Hotel Row, this large Spanish-style house has a pink-hued exterior surrounded by palms and bougainvillea. During check-in in the palatial lobby, you get a lot of information about the resort and all-inclusive bracelets that let you go to bars and restaurants. The whole hotel is built around a large pool area that looks out over the beach. Most of the guests spend their days here. This isn’t the only place Solaris’ animation team hangs out. They keep guests entertained with games and contests. There are two different restaurants that serve a la carte food at night. Most people go to the buffet where there are different themes each night, or to one of two restaurants that serve only a la carte food. The theater has entertainment, and the lobby bar and dance floor are available for drinks and live music at night. Due to the fact that this is a family-friendly hotel, the party scene tends to end around midnight.

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13. Hacienda Encantada Resort & Spa

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All-inclusive options, stunning views, and beautiful pools are just some of the reasons why the Hacienda Encantadas Resort & Residences in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, is one of the area’s most popular hotels. The 237 rooms are all Mexican-themed with flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and balconies. The resort has a huge kids’ zone, games, and an activity pool. There are several dining options, including Italian, Mexican, and buffet, as well as a small spa and fitness center. Although there are sun loungers on a rocky shore, this is not a beach. From time-share pitches to closed restaurants, past guests have complained. Casa Dorada Los Cabos Resort & Spa is right on swimmable Playa el Medano.

Hacienda Encantada combines Old World Mexican charm with luxury. The hotel has multiple buildings for rooms, restaurants, and the main lobby. A traditional hacienda feel is reflected in the Old World details such as the large arches, weathered colonial decor, and hand-made accent sculptures. The hotel even made some walls look old by removing bricks.

The secluded hotel has an adult-only pool, an activity pool, and a kids’ zone, so guests can choose how much noise they want. TIME SHARE PITCHES CAN BE Notably, the hotel lacks evening entertainment and an animation team, which can be a plus or minus for guests.

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14. Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort

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The adult-only, all-inclusive Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf and Spa Resort is a tranquil four-and-a-half-pearl option considered one of Cabo’s most romantic properties. Most menu items (like lobster) and premium liquors are included in the all-inclusive package, although some (like lobster) and room service are not. All 201 rooms have garden or ocean views, premium cable, daily refilled minibars, and coffeemakers. Due to harsh currents, the ocean isn’t swimmable, but there is a little beach, two magnificent outdoor pools, and free cabanas for suite guests. With pools, restaurants, and a swimmable beach, Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos is a great option for families.

Parts of Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort were damaged by Hurricane Odile in 2014, yet the hotel retains classic Mexican architecture with boxy buildings, yellow stucco, and open areas. A remarkably modern lobby with a circular pool and fountain welcomes guests. The hotel grounds and Pacific Ocean are visible from the back of the lobby. Outside are overwater walks, miniature fountains, seeded concrete walkways, and vistas of the nearby Quivira Golf Club.

Close enough to downtown Cabo for a relaxing holiday, but far enough away for a night out. The adult-only hotel has two pools with slow-jam music and poolside service. There are a few bars for nightlife, although they are quiet. The complimentary shuttle between the four sister resorts allows guests to choose between a raucous nightlife or a tranquil stay at Pacifica.

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15. Hard Rock Hotel Los Cabos

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The 639-room Hard Rock Hotel Los Cabos, located on the coastline of Cabo San Lucas within the pristine Diamante Cabo San Lucas complex, emanates nothing but royalty with its opulent all-inclusive amenities and unrivaled guest services, all imbued with Hard Rock’s musical soul.

Luxurious accommodations, including Hard Rock’s branded “Rock Star Suite,” luxurious ocean front swim-up suites, the signature Rock Spa®, Body Rock® fitness center, iconic music memorabilia, and access to the Cabo San Lucas Country Golf Course, a par 71 course designed by Roy Dye and home to one of Mexico’s longest holes, are just a few of the resort’s many amenities (610 yards).

Guests can also enjoy the opulence of five swim-up bars, six pools, waterslides, eight exquisite a-la-carte dining options, and three lounges—Sun Bar, Moon Lounge, and Club Heaven—as well as ample entertainment options for guests of all ages, including designated family-friendly and adult-only areas, a bowling alley, and Hard Rock’s own kids program, Hard Rock Roxity Kids ClubTM. Hard Rock Hotel Los Cabos is not just the ultimate luxurious paradise, but it also has 56,000 square feet of event space perfect for any occasion.

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