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Resorts & Spas in Cabo

Solmar Hotels & Resorts

Treasures await at the tip of the Baja Peninsula where land disappears into deep blue sea. That’s where you’ll find a collection of luxury resorts conceived and designed with one thing in mind – you. Solmar Hotels & Resorts have turned hospitality into a fine art. There is a culture of attentive service here that can turn an ordinary vacation into an experience of a lifetime. No matter what you want to do from fishing and golf to shopping and dining, every detail will be taken care of. Even the location is perfect. Just a short walk from both downtown Cabo San Lucas and the white sand beaches of Playa Solmar.

Avenida Playa Grande Cabo San Lucas , 310-459-9861

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Puebla Bonita

In Cabo San Lucas Mexico at the tip of the Baja called Land’s end lies the Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos, a luxury beachfront resort surrounded by the magnificent desert, abundant sea life, inspiring coastline and many activities that Los Cabos has to offer. This casual retreat offers the perfect combination of excitement and solitude. Situated right on the clean golden sands of El Médano beach close to a multitude of water sports, Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos offers pampering service and fine accommodations.

Playa El Médano Cabo San Lucas , 624-142-9797

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Hilton Cabo San Lucas

Discover an idyllic paradise on the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, between colonial San Jose del Cabo and vibrant Cabo San Lucas, along the crystal blue water of the Sea of Cortez. Our beachfront Los Cabos resort offers one of the only swimmable beaches in Los Cabos. Feel the coastal breeze nestle against your skin as you soak up the brilliant afternoon sun at our Los Cabos, Mexico hotel.

Cabo San Lucas , 624-145-6500

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Grand Mayan Los Cabos

A visit to The Grand Mayan Los Cabos luxury resort is truly and intimate escape. Based upon the concept of a boutique hotel, everything about The Grand Mayan Los Cabos is unique, luxurious, and designed to provide the most romantic getaway possible. Located in the beautiful Los Cabos region, The Grand Mayan Los Cabos luxury resort is surrounded by beautiful Pacific views and is lulled by lush, tropical breezes.

Cabo San Lucas , (624) 163 - 4003

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Fiesta Americana Grand Los Cabos Golf & Spa

The lobby's stone walls, red-and-bronze-marble floor, high-beamed ceiling, and richly colored paintings exemplify an understated contemporary style. A stream dividing the resort, bridges, walkways, meandering pools, and gardens create pockets of privacy and relaxation.

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Villa del Arco Cabo San Lucas Beach Resort

Villa del Arco Beach Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is on world-famous El Médano Beach. The 5-Star luxury beach resort features spacious units with beautiful ocean views and looks out on the famous Land's End "El Arco", after which the resort is named. The resort offers luxurious accommodations with panoramic views of the Sea of Cortez and the Cabo San Lucas Arch "El Arco". The condos include fully-furnished Deluxe Studio, 1-Bedroom and 2-Bedroom Suites, as well as select luxury Penthouses.

Cabo San Lucas , 624-145-7200

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Never been to that resort but i know Playa grande is amazing and pueblo bonito is also a great resort. it is a great vacation spot. nice sand on the beaches and great restaurants tours and shopping. all around a great spot

Sep 13, 2010

What do you know about Hacienda Encantada Resort & Spa ? I have never been to Cabo San Lucas ..

Sep 12, 2010
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Cabo San Lucas, Baja’s southernmost city (pop. 30,000), is very tourist oriented. Local and those in the know call it simply Cabo. Some of the region’s oldest and most beloved hotels are located there, tucked against sandstone cliffs, and the town is the center of the region’s ever improving shopping and dining scene.

And for those who want to know where the party is, this is the place: Cabo’s nightlife scene attracts a young crowd to the raucous bars and clubs lining the side streets (it reminds a lot of visitors of Key West, Florida). Drinking, dancing and mingling with potential dates are the big attraction.

Boulevard Marina, the main drag in Cabo San Lucas, is lined with restaurants, bars and shops. Though the boulevard runs along the edge of the bay, the view of the water is blocked by businesses and the massive Plaza las Glorias hotel.

The top natural attraction is El Arco, a spectacular sandstone arch at Land’s End, the tip of the peninsula. Sea lions and pelicans sun themselves there. Another beautiful sight is El Faro Viejo, the old lighthouse (ca. 1890), set amid sand dunes on the Pacific Ocean about 2 mi/3 km west of Cabo San Lucas. There are no paved roads to the lighthouse—visitors usually see it from an all-terrain vehicle or a boat.

The area’s quality sportfishing is due to the merging of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, which creates a fertile feeding ground for the game fish. You can try your luck for blue marlin, sailfish, mahimahi (known as dorado in Mexico), yellowtail, wahoo and many others. There are scores of charter boats that leave from the central fishing dock in Cabo San Lucas. If you catch a fish and you’d like to have it for dinner, there are several restaurants that will cook it for you. Otherwise, catch-and-release is becoming popular among anglers who wish to preserve the ocean’s bounty for another day.

Attractions
In a land of known for its inexpensive travel destinations, Los Cabos is one of the priciest. It's also one of the most popular with fine beaches, luxurious ambience, great golf courses, lively nightlife and some of the best sport fishing in the world.

It also offers an atmosphere that is quite different from other parts of Mexico. Visitors from the U.S. will find it more familiar and perhaps comforting.
English is common - it even appears on signs - and streets and buildings have been polished up. Those who relish the gritty charm and historic sites found in other parts of Mexico will find them in short supply in Los Cabos.
But the region is not completely devoid of history. In the 1500s, such notorious pirates as Sir Francis Drake and Thomas Cavendish concealed themselves in the bays and coves along the southern coast of the Baja Peninsula, slipping out to ambush passing Spanish galleons. Later, Spanish missionaries tried to convert the Native American population but within a few years nearly the entire Indian population had succumbed to European diseases.
After the missionaries moved on, the rocky spires and arches that characterize the southern tip of Baja went pretty much unnoticed by the world until after World War II.

That's when private planes began flying in celebrities - Bing Crosby and John Wayne among them - to go deep-sea fishing. Because the area was remote and difficult to reach, it remained the private hideaway of a few well-heeled travelers until the 1970s, when the road through Baja was paved and a new airport built.

The area was a natural choice when the Mexican government went scouting for resort sites and construction has been going on in earnest since 1976.
In addition to fishing the area offers long stretches of golden sand and secluded coves of clear blue water where visitors can snorkel, surf, windsurf and go sailing.

Activities at the resorts that now dot the area include golf, tennis, horseback riding and party-boat cruises. Partying without the boat is also popular - Los Cabos has earned a reputation as a hot spot for youthful travelers seeking good times and romance.

Collectively known as Los Cabos, the region is made up of the towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo as well as the 18mile/30km of shoreline between them, which is known as The Corridor. There isn't much of interest in the two towns themselves. The 200-year-old San Jose del Cabo (pop. 25,000) has a small 18th-century church and stucco homes painted in earth tones and pastels.

Boulevard Mijares, the main street through the town, is lined with small shops and cafes interspersed with private homes. Most resort-style hotels are along the Zona Hotelera facing the Pacific Ocean.
Beaches there are great for walking or horseback riding but the water is not recommended for swimming because the surf is very strong.
Beyond the hotel zone is Estero de San Jose, a natural estuary with good bird watching, nature trails and a small museum with fossils and replicas of Indian cave paintings from the Baja region.


Cabo San Lucas Restaurants
Chefs from the U.S. and Europe test their talents with the local seafood, fruits and herbs. Some of the best restaurants are located in the upscale resorts in The Corridor.

Note: Water in first class hotels is safe to drink. Otherwise, stick with bottled water.

Cabo San Lucas Shopping
Shopping Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-1pm and 4-8 pm. Some may open later in the afternoon and stay open later at night.
Banking Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-1:30 pm.
Several galleries and shops sell fine handmade ceramics, glassware, textiles and wood carvings from throughout Mexico. There are also good sportswear boutiques and artisans markets that sell T-shirts and serapes.
The best overall shopping is in Cabo San Lucas, where the shops are located along the waterfront and on the streets leading to the plaza.

 

 

 
 

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