Los Cabos Area Hotels and Resorts - Information Database
Cabo San Lucas, Tourist Corridor and San Jose del Cabo
Cabo San Lucas, San José del Cabo, or the Tourist Corridor in between... each has its own appeal. From intimate boutique hotels to have-it-all destination resorts and vacation clubs, Los Cabos has accommodations to suit any lifestyle.
Cabo San Lucas
Situated at the tip of the Baja California peninsula where the Sea of Cortés meets the Pacific Ocean, Médano Beach fronts Cabo San Lucas’ main hotel zone, with watersports, safe swimming, restaurants and bars, and the landmark arch all at your door. Cabo’s marina has an excellent range of boats and yachts for fishing charters, sunset, snorkel, and day cruises. Plenty of shopping, restaurants, and Cabo’s reputation for sizzling nightlife round out this bustling port. Nearby are luxury resorts on the more secluded Pacific Ocean side of town, along with many smaller hotels and B&Bs for budget-conscious travelers around Cabo’s downtown area.
The Tourist Corridor
Championship golf, destination resorts, and fine beaches define the 20-mile-long Corridor between San Lucas and San José. Three well-established resorts feature every amenity and service. Close to Cabo, Cabo del Sol is home to Nicklaus and Weiskopf championship golf courses, luxury hotels and beachfront villas. Cabo Real, midway through the Corridor, features the Trent Jones II championship course, seven top resort hotels with destination spas and fine dining, and a man-made breakwater for swimming and watersports. A 27-hole Nicklaus championship golf course, an exclusive resort hotel, a destination spa, and the Las Tiendas de Palmilla shopping center are all at the Palmilla resort, near San José. More high-end resorts are under development, with golf and exclusivity the main draw.
San José del Cabo
The “quiet side of Los Cabos,” San José retains its traditional Mexican flavor. The compact colonial downtown, about a mile inland from the beach, has excellent dining, boutique hotels, fine art galleries and shopping, a historic church, and a lively main square. San José’s hotel zone is booming, with new hotels, vacation clubs, and resort condominiums under construction. Close to the Corridor’s championship golf courses, San José has a well-maintained ocean view nine-hole course in its hotel zone. The town is also the gateway to the East Cape’s miles and miles of pristine beaches, and the La Laguna mountains, a protected biosphere reserve. Soon, the new marina and golf resort development of Puerto Los Cabos, two miles east at La Playa, will complement San Jose’s relaxed, easygoing lifestyle.