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All Inclusive Resorts in Cabo San Lucas:
Here we take a look at the best all inclusive resorts (and ONLY all inclusive resorts!) in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico in 2022.
Read our full reviews below, plus photos, guest reviews, booking information etc.
Category: Adults Only All Inclusive ResortsAddress: Riu Palace Baja California, Medano Beach
Cabo San Lucas
MexicoOpened in late 2018, Riu Palace Baja is the third Riu resort in its huge Los Cabos complex, joining Hotel Riu Santa Fe and Hotel Riu Palace Cabo San Lucas. All three are of course are all-inclusive but only Riu Palace Baja is adults only, and is also a tad more upscale, and more expensive, than the other two. It sees a nice mixture of couples on romantic breaks and groups of friends of all ages. It’s a popular resort so book well in advance if possible, and note that there is a minimum stay of three nights. Accommodation: The 602 rooms at Riu Baja are all in suite form, starting with 430 sq ft Junior Suites, some of which come with views, some of which don’t, then slightly larger Junior Suites then their top of the range 764 sq ft Full Suites which come with tremendous open ocean views. They sleep a maximum of four, on two double beds, in the case of the larger Junior Suites, or on one king bed and one sofa bed in the case of the Full Suites. All are bright, airy and nicely furnished, and come with some outside space – a balcony or patio. Their bathrooms are particularly luxurious and all suites have a free standing bathtub in the room. Other facilities include bathrobes, minibar, air-con, blackout curtains or drapes, satellite TV, WiFi, safes, tea/coffee makers, drinks dispensers and 24 hour room service. Prices: Check out all the price details at Booking.com here and at Expedia.com here. Food, Facilities & Things to Do: You have some great buffet spreads at Riu Baja which also involve live cooking shows, and you also have a la carte Steakhouse grill, Japanese, Italian and Indian. The latter three are fairly formal affairs, men are obliged to wear long trousers and shirts for dinner for example, and their Krystal Restaurant is more formal again. It’s a fine dining venue specializing in what it terms fusion gourmet. Snacks and casual fast food are available at the bars though. There is a snack bar open 24 hours too and of course you have 24 hour room service. All food READ MORE
Category: Adults Only All Inclusive ResortsAddress: Pedregal
Cabo San Lucas
MexicoOne of five Pueblo Bonito resorts in Los Cabos, Pueblo Bonito Pacifica is a luxury (4.5 star), adults only all inclusive ten minutes from downtown Cabo San Lucas. There are five fine restaurants at the resort and four bars. It’s an upscale place and far more tranquil than most adults only resorts but there are free shuttles to and from the other Pueblo Pacifica resorts which have more of a night life scene. Other facilities include two swimming pools, a hot tub, nice gym facilities, 24 hour room service (and butler service in some suites), a spa and access the adjacent to the Jack Nicklaus designed Quivira Golf Club. Accommodation: 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 have 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. Check out your options at Expedia.com here. Standard amenities include premium cable TV, air-con, mini bars with some premium liquors, coffeemakers, bathrobes, luxury toiletries and 24 hour room service. Prices: Check out all the price details at Booking.com here and at Expedia.com here. 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 READ MORE