Why We Recommend It:
There are five fine restaurants at the resort and four bars. It’s an upscale place and, far more so than most adults-only resorts in Cabo, is a place to relax and unwind, though you also have the benefit of regular free shuttles to and from the other Pueblo Pacifica resorts which have a more lively nightlife scene.
Facilities are excellent, and include two swimming pools, hot tubs, state-of-the-art gym facilities, 24-hour room service (and butler service in some suites), spa facilities, and access to the adjacent Jack Nicklaus-designed Quivira Golf Club.
Rooms & Suites:
Pueblo Bonito Pacifica has 201 rooms in total, 47 of which are in two separate VIP buildings called The Towers, which are more upscale with some having private plunge pools, and all having extra perks like 24-hour butler service, a VIP lounge, and private beach cabanas.
The rest of the rooms and suites aren’t much of a step below though. All are spacious and elegantly furnished and decorated, all have balconies or patios and many have spa baths.
Standard amenities include premium cable TV, air-con, mini bars with some premium liquors, coffeemakers, bathrobes, luxury toiletries and 24-hour room service.
Food, Facilities & Things to Do:
Open for breakfast are the Siempre and Peninsula Restaurants, the latter offering a la carte, the former a la carte and buffet, both offering international but with a strong Mexican slant.
Peninsula is open for lunch too and you have food all day at the Aire Restaurant and Bocados Deli, both casual poolside eateries with a whole range of snacks, sandwiches, fast food, salads, etc.
For some classy evening dining try Pescados. The menu has a lot of Asian – sushi, sashimi, and Asian fusion, and the views are lovely, especially at sunset.
Siempre is another chic venue with Mediterranean cuisine. The dress code for dinner is formal for both and reservations can be required.
All food and drink across the resort is included in the all-inclusive with the exception of some top-shelf items like lobster and certain wines and liquors.
Pueblo Bonito Pacifica is not much of a place for nightlife but there are some nice bars: Refresca, The Peninsula Lounge, Ice Oceanfront, and Partidos Sports Bar.
All of them are pretty chilled but as mentioned previously there are frequent free shuttles to the other four resorts nearby which have livelier nightlife.
The resort has two main pools, one of which is an infinity pool. They also have a nice, semi-private stretch of beach with furniture and waiter service, though the water, as in most of Los Cabos isn’t swimmable.
Not part of the all-inclusive but guests have access to the Jack Nicklaus Signature Quivira Golf Course, known as one of the world’s most scenic courses. There’s a clubhouse here too with a steakhouse and a full bar.
There’s a spacious, well-equipped fitness center overlooking the Pacific at the resort and further wellness can be had at their small Armonia Spa (spa treatments cost extra).
Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort sits on a beautiful, two-mile stretch of beach around 10 minutes from downtown Cabo San Lucas.
Los Cabos International Airport is less than half an hour away while the journey to San Jose del Cabo should take about 45 minutes.
Some Guest Reviews:
“The property was amazing! The food was good the staff was so nice and helpful. Everything was clean and well kept. We had an amazing time and will be visiting again soon!….”
“The attention to detail was phenomenal! Every request and question was answered efficiently. The choice of restaurants was phenomenal and if we wanted a different option, the shuttle quickly drive us up the hill to the sister property. The concierge was so helpful planning offsite adventures. We will definitely be back to Pacifica as a couple and are already planning a family trip to Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach…..”