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Bel Air Collection Resort & Spa Los Cabos

Bel Air Collection Resort & Spa Los Cabos Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Although the mid-range, 100-room Bel Air Collection Resort & Spa isn't the most luxurious resort in Los Cabos, it has a pretty location along a gorgeous stretch of beach, a sprawling oceanfront pool with swim-up bar, and an optional all-inclusive plan. Thoughtful extras add value: welcome drinks, a continental breakfast (though it starts early, so late risers may miss all the good stuff), tea and snacks at sunset, petit fours with turndown service, and an excellent happy hour at the bar. On the downside, the rooms are a bit small compared with competing resorts. However, decor is contemporary, the bathrooms have jetted tubs, and the kitchenettes are handy when trying to save a few bucks -- there's even a grocery store within walking distance.
Bahia Hotel & Beach Club

Bahia Hotel & Beach Club Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 81-room Bahia Hotel isn't directly on the beach, but it's just a block away, and is home to a trendy, delicious restaurant, and relaxing pool area with cabanas and swim-up bar. Although more basic rooms have older tube TVs, and some rooms are more in need of an update than others, all are decorated with airy color palates, emphasizing the contrast between dark woods and white walls (including the indigenous-style stucco cubbyholes). The rest of the hotel has equally chic decor (demonstrated in details such as the dozens of ceiling-hung lanterns in the restaurant). There's a nice coffee shop on-site, too, for those morning pick-me-ups. Affordable nightly rates and free parking make it a solid value pick.
Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos

Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos is a quiet resort that is mere seconds away from the lively action of downtown Cabo. This Mediterranean-inspired property looks like something that belongs on the Greek Islands, with stark white walls and spherical, blue-tiled roofs. The lobby features ornate moldings and carvings, as well as high, curved arches and black accent chandeliers. Calming colors of pale grays, beiges, and blues give the hotel a natural and tropical feel, while hand-painted details make it seem homey. The 174 rooms are a bit more kitschy than they are modern, with matching floral quilts and drapes, older TVs and built-in seating -- though the private balconies overlooking the pool and ocean are lovely. Overall, Pueblo Bonito is quaint, but not as contemporary as nearby Welk Resort or ME Cabo. But with a long free-form pool, on-site salon and market, and plenty of activities, it's a good value.
San Angel Suites

San Angel Suites Rating: 3.0 Pearls

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.
Marbella Suites en la Playa

Marbella Suites en la Playa Rating: 3.0 Pearls

While the suites at Marbella En La Playa are not impressively decorated or luxurious, they are some of the most spacious, clean and affordable in Baja California. They vary wildly in their offerings (some have full kitchens while others only have a microwave and empty mini-fridge), but they all have lovely views. The pool area is nice and shaded, if a little small and oddly laid out, and the Jacuzzis offer great ocean views. The attractive beach is the real draw, and replaces the booze-fueled parties of nearby Cabo with laid-back bonfires. The secluded surroundings cater well to couples or relaxed families.
Solmar Resort All-Inclusive

Solmar Resort All-Inclusive Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This mid-range all-inclusive property is on the smaller side, so guests get all of the perks of an all-inclusive in a more intimate environment. It also means guests don't get multiple food choices -- there is just one restaurant at the hotel (though guests are entitled to eat free at a few nearby restaurants as well). The real highlight is the hotel's beachfront location, within walking distance of the marina and downtown. All rooms are suites, with kitchenettes, but decor-wise they are a bit out-of-date. The bathrooms show some wear and tear, and the bedrooms feature old, small tube TVs. Although the pool has a swim-up bar, the Solmar mainly attracts families to its (crowded) beach and nightly entertainment offerings.
Hotel Quinta Del Sol

Hotel Quinta Del Sol Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The words "luxury" and "central location" by no means belong as part of Hotel Quinta de Sol's advertising vernacular, but it is certainly one of the best deals in town -- with 72 no-frills, fairly spacious rooms with kitchenettes, a tiny and not-so-pleasant fitness center with modern machines, and a nice, decent-sized pool with kiddy area. That, on top of great freebies like continental breakfast and Wi-Fi, make it an excellent value for the money. But Cabo's downtown area is a 20-minute walk; the beach is half that distance, though you have to trek a hot stretch of street to get there.

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Oyster Pearl Rating

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What's Your Style?

  • Value
  • Beach
  • Resort
  • Romantic
  • All-Inclusive
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Locations

  • Cabo San Lucas
  • San Jose del Cabo
  • The Corridor

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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