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Where to stay in Los Cabos

From glitzy resorts and hotels to villas, apartments and budget-friendly options, Los Cabos has something for you. 

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  • Cabo San Lucas

    If you’re looking for family-friendly accommodation with all the bells and whistles for the adults, you can’t go wrong at Grand Velas. This luxury, all-inclusive boutique hotel boasts a wide range of facilities (including a dedicated kids’ club) and plenty of activities like morning yoga, cooking and dance classes, and e-bike tours. There’s also direct access to a private beach and shuttle services into town. Montage is a contemporary 122-room hotel providing a front-row seat to Santa Maria Bay. Aside from the views, it has two swimming pools, an all-day restaurant and a private spa (the largest in Los Cabos!) The hotel also offers complimentary sunrise kayak excursions. The Mayan Monkey is a fabulous option if you’re watching your budget. Close to all the action of the Marina’s restaurants, bars and clubs, and the beach, this hostel offers a range of accommodation from private rooms to dormitories. Amenities and services include a pool deck, shuttle service and entertainment in the form of happy hour and live music — what more could you want?

  • San José del Cabo

    Exclusive adults-only accommodation doesn’t get better than Marquis Los Cabos. Overlooking the Sea of Cortez, this all-inclusive resort boasts gorgeous suites, a magnificent spa, a choice of four on-site restaurants and a well-equipped fitness centre. It’s also close to swimmable beaches and downtown San José del Cabo. Keen to play a round of golf on a championship course? Dreams Golf Resort & Spa, 15 minutes from San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, is a golfer’s paradise. Enjoy unlimited gourmet dining, high-octane entertainment, and a top-notch pool and beach service. Looking for value for money? The lovely three-star hotel Santa Maria Del Cabo is a five minutes’ walk from Las Mañanitas Beach and offers rooms overlooking the beach or the golf course. With a delicious inclusive breakfast, friendly staff and laidback atmosphere, it provides a more affordable and low-key option in San José del Cabo. 

Frequently asked questions

The beaches in Los Cabos are known for their crystal-clear waters and the majority are perfect for swimming, snorkelling and surfing. Just be sure to check the local conditions before taking a dip as some stretches of coastline are known for rough surf, rips and undercurrents.

Los Cabos is Mexico’s premier tourist destination, known for its breathtaking beaches, crystal-clear waters and vibrant nightlife. With a variety of outdoor activities including snorkelling, surfing, and golfing, as well as delicious cuisine and luxury resorts, Los Cabos is the perfect destination for both relaxation and adventure!

The best time to visit Los Cabos is from December to April when the weather is sunny and dry, perfect for lounging on the beach or watching the whales frolic in the water. If you're looking to avoid the crowds, consider visiting from May to November.

It might be quicker to list the things you can’t do in Los Cabos! Visitors can fill their days and nights snorkelling and swimming, whale spotting, laying by the beach, camping and glamping, exploring on ATVs, partying in Cabo San Lucas, playing golf on championship courses, discovering the area’s award-winning cuisine; there's just so much to do!

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It depends, how much fun in the sun can you handle? Ideally spend at least three to four days in Los Cabos soaking up the Mexican sunshine, sampling the region’s bounty of seafood and exploring the stunning landscapes. But, what’s the rush? Why not stay a week or even longer to fully immerse yourself in the laid-back Baja lifestyle.

Get ready for salty, sun-soaked adventures in Los Cabos! Pack your swimsuit, sunscreen and flip flops (thongs or jandals depending on where in the world you reside) for the stunning beaches, just don't forget to bring your adventurous spirit! Hot tip, pick up a waterproof case for your phone or camera to avoid any unfortunate mishaps and unplanned dips.

Cabo San Lucas is a popular spot for visitors as it's where you will find a bunch of hotels, resorts, restaurants and nightlife as well as the world-famous Arch of Cabo San Lucas. That’s not to say San Jose del Cabo is a poor cousin, no siree – there are plenty of things to see, including the old Jesuit Mission, known as Parroquia San José, and the Estero, an estuary filled with colourful birds and wildlife.

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