Just 20 miles from Cabo, this historic town of courtyard restaurants, charming architecture, boutiques and a church offers travelers a slow-paced retreat. It’s a perfect counterpoint to sister city Cabo San Lucas, where the pace is non-stop.
All 350 beachfront rooms and suites feature private balconies, plus standard amenities such as free WiFi, minibars, flat-screen TVs, Nespresso machines, and air conditioning. There are also a handful of on-site restaurants.
Paradisus Los Cabos
With an upscale atmosphere, a beachfront location and a full-service spa, Paradisus Los Cabos offers travelers the ultimate all-inclusive experience. It is part of the Melia Hotels International group and a member of The Leading Hotels of the World.
Its stylish accommodations stretch towards the Sea of Cortes on two sides, one family-focused and the other for adults. The family-focused wing is called the Kids Zone, and it also hosts supervised children’s activities, wine and tequila tasting experiences, and nightly music and entertainment events.
Rooms feature white tropical style decor, king-sized beds, terrace views and fully stocked minibars. Some ground-level Royal Service suites offer swim-up pool access.
The resort’s YHI Spa is the place to unwind, offering a range of massages and body treatments. Guests can also indulge in a spa tub or take advantage of the fitness center. There’s also a swim-up bar at the main pool and a lobby lounge with live music.
Marquis Los Cabos
Where the desert meets the Sea of Cortez, Marquis Los Cabos is a luxury all inclusive resort with a dazzling setting and stunning amenities. Its 235 suites and casitas are all spacious and decorated in contemporary Mexican style with views of the ocean.
These rooms offer high-speed internet, L’Occitane toiletries, reversible mattresses (hard or soft), and original art. Some also have private plunge pools on terraces or rooftops.
If you’re a foodie, try out one of the five international restaurants on site. Vista Ballena offers Mexican fare, Sakke serves pan-Asian dishes, Pergola is the place to go for Italian delights, and Dos Mares has a great selection of fresh seafood.
Other activities include tequila tastings, salsa lessons, and nightly theme nights. The 13,000-square-foot spa is a nice touch, too.
Grand Velas Los Cabos
Grand Velas Los Cabos is one of San Jose del Cabo’s most luxurious all inclusive resorts. It’s a AAA Five Diamond hotel and a member of the Fine Hotels & Resorts program, offering luxury suites with private balconies or plunge pools.
Guests can enjoy a variety of gourmet restaurants, bars, and other facilities like mezcal and tequila tasting rooms, coffee shop, convention center and spa with hydrotherapy. Several miles of beachfront, three oceanfront pools, an oceanview fitness center and workout programs are also available.
Dining is a highlight, with options like French cuisine at Piaf and Mexican fare at Frida and an inventive menu led by two-star Michelin chef Sidney Schutte at Cocina de Autor. There’s also a full service spa with signature Water Journey Hydrotherapy treatments.
Hotel Posada Real
Hotel Posada Real, built in an attractive Santa Fe style, is a haven of natural beauty and Mexican hospitality that is located in the center of the San Jose del Cabo resort destination. With 450 feet of private beachfront, this low-rise property offers all the modern amenities, lovely cactus gardens typical of Baja California, and spectacular views of the deep blue Sea of Cortez.
The 152 air-conditioned guestrooms feature coffee/tea makers, safes, and flat-screen televisions with satellite channels. Rooms also offer balconies or patios.
Guests can sample local and international cuisine at the onsite restaurant, Cactus. A bar is also on hand to quench your thirst.
Hotel Posada Real is a great choice for travelers interested in all inclusive hotels in San Jose del Cabo. This 3-star resort features an outdoor pool, 2 restaurants, and a snack bar/deli. The hotel also features a meeting room and spa services. Additionally, tour/ticket assistance is available.