San Jose del Cabo all inclusive

The perfect place to let your inner artist paint a luxury vacation experience. From sculptures to mandalas, creativity is everywhere.

This family-friendly hotel offers an all-inclusive package that includes a la carte meals at four restaurants, premium beverages, in-suite Nespresso and morning pastries. Guests also enjoy pool and beach access.


Guests staying at a San Jose del Cabo all inclusive enjoy the best of both worlds: onsite resort amenities and private accommodations. These luxury resorts are situated along the golden beaches of Los Cabos and offer everything from a kid-friendly pool to an adults-only spa.

This all-inclusive resort tucked into the Sea of Cortez shoreline offers stunning ocean vistas from every room, suite, and restaurant. Golfers can perfect their game at the nearby Jack Nicklaus Ocean Course at Cabo del Sol, while spa-goers melt away tension with “vinotherapy,” a treatment that embraces the benefits of wine.

This family-friendly resort boasts a new, sleek design that appeals to the senses. Previous visitors cite the resort’s expansive pool area (complete with lounge chairs and a swimmable beach) as a standout, along with its attentive staff and plethora of activities. Kids can get their groove on at the on-site nightclub or the youth-oriented Kids Club, while adults can enjoy the spa, fitness center, and a variety of dining options.


In a town known for its sand and surf, this resort inspires your inner artist with its kaleidoscope of colors. Upon arrival, you’ll be greeted by an antique door that opens into a grand lobby surrounded by Indian marble and waterfall walls.

The 235 guest rooms and suites are equally inspiring, featuring L’Occitane bath products and ocean views from private balconies or patios. Guests can choose from five tailored packages that include a welcome drink, round-trip transportation and diverse meals.

This family-friendly beachfront resort is a favorite for families with kids, thanks to its convenient location near Cabo San Lucas and flexible kid’s club and pools. It also impresses travelers with its well-maintained grounds, upscale restaurants and top-notch staff. Plus, the all-inclusive rate covers limitless meals and drinks, gratuities, nonmotorized water sports and Wi-Fi access. The resort’s spacious suites offer ample amenities and playful, romantic accents like bright artwork and a large soaker tub. Those seeking extra space should book one of the many three- to four-bedroom villas.


The pristine beaches of San Jose del Cabo are not only for relaxing, but the surrounding environments are also ideal for hiking, snorkeling, and kayaking. Those seeking a more cultural experience can immerse themselves in the town’s vibrant art scene during their stay at one of the luxury resorts.

Guests of these hotels can expect the pinnacle of all inclusive relaxation, with communal onsite amenities like pools, spas, and restaurants as well as luxurious private suites with L’Occitane products, a Nespresso machine, nightly turndown service, and more. Some of the best hotels in Los Cabos include Las Ventanas Al Paraiso, A Rosewood Resort and Royal Decameron Los Cabos.

A visit to San Jose del Cabo would not be complete without trying the area’s cuisine. The culinary scene is a blend of Mexican, Spanish, and indigenous flavors with seafood being a major focus given the town’s proximity to the Sea of Cortez. Be sure to try a plate of the local specialty, Chocolate Clams, which are large brown-shelled clams served raw with lime, in ceviche, or grilled.


While Cabo San Lucas is all about partying on the beach and drinking, San Jose del Cabo has a more tranquil vibe. Here you’ll find pristine beaches and a thriving art scene, with the Gallery District being a highlight.

The best time to visit is during shoulder season (May, June, October, or November). It’s well-enough post-Spring Break but before the rainy season starts, and it’s still warm enough for swimwear.

Many resorts offer multiple pools, including water slides, infinity pools, adults-only oases, and hot tub whirlpools. Plus, you can work off those vacation calories with a few trips to the hotel gym.

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