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On a private beach about a 15-minute drive from downtown Cabo San Lucas
The Sheraton sits on a private beach where the waters are rough and rocky. Good for surfers, but maybe a bit rough for families. It's at the southern end of The Corridor, which runs between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose Del Cabo.
At the southern tip of Mexico's Baja Peninsula, Cabo San Lucas -- a beach town on the stretch of 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 Sheraton Hacienda is located on a private beach in the northeast area of Cabo, about six miles from downtown Cabo, or 15 minutes away by car.
The 270 rooms of the Sheraton Hacienda are spread out in colorful buildings across pristine grounds. The room decor itself may not be that exciting (tiled floors, rare pops of color, and local artwork attempt to create an authentic vibe) but everything is modern, including flat-screen TVs and crisp white linens. Every room has a private terrace, many with gorgeous ocean views. The private beach, where the waves can get a bit rough, is rarely crowded. And the hotel also has three pools, one with a swim-up bar. It's a good choice for families, with a kids' club and four on-site restaurants, but the hotel is a 15-minute drive from downtown Cabo, so partiers may want to stay closer to the nightlife.