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On the outskirts of downtown Cabo San Lucas, within walking distance of many attractions -- but some may want a car
Although the hotel isn't directly on the beach, it's about a 15-minute walk to the sand, as well as the dining, nightlife, shopping, and other activities in the Medano Beach District.
At the southern tip of Mexico's Baja Peninsula, Cabo San Lucas -- a beach town on the stretch of a coastline collectively known as Los Cabos (The Capes) -- has long been a popular vacation spot for sun-worshipping party seekers. (Hence, the nickname Cabo San Loco.) The large cluster of rock formations on Land's End is famously beautiful, and there's great whale watching January through March (particularly in March). Old churches, charming restaurants, and handicraft vendors prove that this town is more than just a wild spring-break getaway.
The 12 suites at the San Angel hotel are set up like a small apartment complex, and overlook a central courtyard with a large Jacuzzi, well-kept grounds, and a communal grill. The hotel is often used by guests visiting the area for an extended stay, and lacks resort-like amenities such as a pool and a fitness center. But the suites are large, with up-to-date kitchens, and the hotel is (just) within walking distance of the beach and downtown Cabo. However, most guests bring a car, which can be kept in the free parking lot.