Los Cabos has been a hotspot for top jets for decades, so hotel play has always been key. Not only does it boast some of the best five-star hotels in the world, but it’s also home to some of the most exclusive and high-end all-inclusive resorts in Mexico.
Whether designed for classy romance like the glittering Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos, or for family fun like the action-packed Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos, Los Cabos’ all-inclusive resorts cater to a variety of types of travelers to offer their services. There’s even the Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa created for those who want to have a good time.
All Inclusive Resorts in Los Cabos
So when the time comes to design the perfect Los Cabos location, it can all start with the right all-inclusive resort. Check out our list of the best all-inclusive resorts in Los Cabos.
This all-inclusive resort in Los Cabos is located within the safety zone of Cabo del Sol. The 526-room beachfront resort is one of the destination’s original resorts. While the interior is a bit dated, the exterior and location make the Grand Fiesta Americana Los Cabos above and beyond.
Located in the corridor between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, it offers rooms in natural colors with marble floors, wood details and Scandinavian-inspired décor. The room booked was Casa Del Mar, a standalone villa with a more refined design and its own private swimming pool.
Eight dining venues offer a little something for everyone from Italian and sushi to Brazilian-Argentine steakhouses. The main attraction of the resort is the swimming pools, each with a different theme, from family pools to activity pools to adults-only pools. Golfers will love the two nearby famous golf courses, each with 18 holes and views of the surrounding desert and ocean. However, green fees are an additional fee.
Located on the corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, Marquis Los Cabos All Inclusive Resort & Spa is one of the more luxurious all-inclusive resorts in Los Cabos. Guests are greeted with an extraordinary design that blends stylish and contemporary style with indoor/outdoor spaces. The lobby overlooks the infinity pool and the Sea of Cortez. With soft music in the air, white furnishings and tasteful simplicity, the ambiance is understated and elegant.
The resort has 235 guest rooms, ranging from junior suites to more spacious presidential suites and cottages. All rooms have balconies and sea views, while the upper floor rooms have a private pool. But even if you don’t have your own pool, the other three pools are open to all guests. Two of them are infinity pools on the beach and the third pool is the heart of the hotel. From high-end sushi restaurants to al fresco Italian restaurants, dining options abound. A visit to the spa is also a must, as the intimate outdoor hot tub overlooks the ocean directly.
Located between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo and overlooking the sprawling Baja California beach, Paradisus Los Cabos is an elegant and refreshing all-inclusive resort. Unlike other resorts in the area, Paradisus Los Cabos is relatively private with over 300 rooms, giving it a relaxed and homely feel.
There are three room categories, but guests looking to upgrade will want to book the adults-only Royal Service. Families can opt for a family concierge service. All rooms have a furnished balcony or terrace, and a swimming room on the lower floors. Rooms in the Royal Service category offer additional amenities such as butler service, private lounges, private swimming pools and restaurants.
The pool is the focal point of the resort surrounded by sun loungers and purple pillows are the resort’s signature colour. But one of the resort’s best perks is its swimmable beach, which is not common in Los Cabos, where the water is often too rough for swimming. Dining at Paradisus Los Cabos has its fair share of bragging rights, but the most notable is the Gastro Bar, which serves Basque-inspired cuisine helmed by Michelin-starred chef Martin Berasategui. Finally, the small and intimate YHI Spa with a great spa area and a small fitness center.
Hyatt’s iconic family-friendly luxury all-encompassing Ziva brand has made quite a splash on the Los Cabos scene. With nearly 600 rooms, the resort is packed with family activities, from a large free-form pool to a fire pit, movie trivia and a kid’s club. Plus, this particular Ziva resort seems to have just enough touches to keep couples and groups of friends happy.
With terracotta tiled floors and shades of blue and beige, the rooms are modern and clean. Each room has a large balcony with sea view or direct access to the swimming pool. Choose a club-level room for private check-in and upgraded room amenities. While the beach isn’t great for swimming, Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos has a plethora of water features, from swimming pools to ponds filled with fire pits. There is also a hot tub and a separate adults-only swimming pool.
Zen Spa is an adult oasis with a hydrotherapy pool, 18 treatment rooms, and an outdoor cabin surrounded by a pond. Eating out is also a trip around the world, from Japan to France and of course Mexico.
Designed like a desert oasis on a wide beach, Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort is elegant, tranquil and truly perfect. The stylish and modern lobby overlooks the luxurious pool area and expansive beach. With more than 200 rooms scattered around the pool, 47 of which are located at The Towers, these separate buildings have been recently constructed and have perks such as butler service and their own lounge.
At beach level, there are two swimming pools and a lovely pool terrace. The Constellation pool is smaller and offers ocean views, while the infinity pool is free-form and surrounds the Siempre restaurant. The beach area has cabanas and sun loungers, but like most of the other beaches in Los Cabos, the water is too rough for swimming.
One of the main attractions of the resort is the exclusive access to Quivira Golf Club, a Jack Nicklaus signature design course. Here, guests will find the Oasis Restaurant as well as the clubhouse serving delicious steaks. Please note that greenery fees and restaurant fees apply. However, the restaurants included are just as great, especially the Peninsula Restaurant, which serves traditional Baja fare.
With only 246 rooms, Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort & Spa offers privacy on an all-inclusive basis. The fabulous design and location make the resort one of the best in Los Cabos. Surrounded by rose-colored cliffs and not far from the famous Cabo San Lucas Arch, the resort reflects traditional ranch style but is distinctly on the high side. Amenities are stunning, from eight swimming pools and three restaurants to an oceanfront spa.
Elegant and warm, the rooms are decorated in traditional Mexican style with dark woods, leathers, vibrant colors and white linens. The entry-level Grand Studios are over 700 square feet. But the four-bedroom loft has over 6,200 m2 with a fully equipped kitchen, living and dining area, hot tub and private patio. The beach at the resort is truly special. It is spacious and clean with amazing views of the rock formations. But keep in mind that this beach is definitely not suitable for swimming. But multiple pools make up for it.
Address: Av Solmar #1A, Centro, 23450 Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S.
Garza Blanca Resort & Spa Los Cabos offers luxury amenities and luxury service on a gorgeous stretch of beach between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. From the eight pools to the stylish suites, restaurants, activities and attentive service, it’s easy to see why this is one of the best Los Cabos resorts.
Suites at Garza Blanca Resort & Spa Los Cabos are divided into three categories: Junior Suites, One-Bedroom Suites, and Two-Bedroom Suites. All suites stand out against a clean white floor with silver, gray and cream accents. The rooms have beautiful views and an outdoor terrace. Guests at the Garza Blanca can choose from a variety of dining options, from the Blanca Blue restaurant to the Bocados steakhouse, the Hiroshi restaurant, and the waterfront food trucks.
Outdoor activities such as tennis courts, beach volleyball and croquet are also plentiful. Of course, luxury resorts also have great spas and fitness centers. The spa’s treatment suites are located on the ninth floor of the hotel and offer sea views. Every treatment begins with a signed foot ritual that helps set the tone for relaxation from the moment you enter the spa suite.
Address: Carretera Transpeninsular Km. 17.5, Corredor Turístico, 23405 Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S.
Just outside San Jose del Cabo is the 500-suite Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort. Set on expansive, well-maintained, beautiful grounds with white-glove service throughout, this adults-only all-inclusive resort is one of Los Cabos’ most respected resorts. Only the sea and the mountains welcome the guests.
All rooms are junior suites with separate living areas up to 1,744 feet. While the designs shake off the Spanish colonial, the artwork hints at more indigenous roots. The best views are Junior Suite Swimming Ocean View and Junior Suite Ocean Front. Guests of The Preferred Club are guaranteed upgrades, private check-in, private concierge service and improved amenities.
The beach is very rugged for swimming, but that doesn’t take away the stark natural beauty of this relatively undeveloped coast. There are three swimming pools on site: one for the ground floor room. The main pool is large and luxurious, surrounded by sun loungers and palm trees. The third pool is the private pool for Preferred Club guests. There are also spas, golf courses, and a variety of activities, from outdoor movie nights and yoga to water aerobics and cooking classes.
Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort and Spa was energized. The adults-only resort in downtown Cabo San Lucas is stylish and modern for young couples and singles looking to have fun. The dynamic calendar of day and night events means there’s always something going on, while the elevated design ensures guests are always pampered.
With light wood furniture and pink hues, the room is definitely cool and stylish. Suites are classified as Allure or Xhale. The Xhale Club Suite is where guests can upgrade with access to the Xhale Lounge. While the rooms are luxurious and pleasant, the real scene is by the pool, where a DJ spins daily. The second pool provides a softer atmosphere. There is also a small private beach area in Playa del Medano. There are plenty of restaurants, but everyone loves La Biblioteca’s Mexican food and ocean views.
Located on a magnificent cliff overlooking the Sea of Cortez, Hacienda Encantada Resort and Residences has 237 rooms, all decorated with a touch of luxury in traditional Mexican style. Hotels are not required to be all-inclusive, but guests can book an all-inclusive package. With panoramic views of the Sea of Cortez, Hacienda Encantada is elegant and traditional, with rich wooden furniture, tiles, bright textiles and traditional art. After all, this is a mansion. Rooms are large even at entry level with furnished balconies. The two-bedroom and larger units also have private plunge pools.
The luxury resort in Los Cabos is suitable for families and couples with its three swimming pools, children’s area and spa. The children’s area is full of activities, from table football and pétan to the playground and children’s pool. From traditional Mexican breakfasts to specialty restaurants like Los Ricos, Mesquite Grill, and more, dining in a convivial atmosphere. The small spa has outdoor massage rooms and indoor rooms. For those who prefer not to join the all-inclusive package, the hotel also has a mini market ideal for guests who want to cook in their own room.