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Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Cabo 2023

Did you know that Jennifer Aniston, George Clooney, and Justin Timberlake are just a handful of celebrities who spend their holidays in Cabo? That’s how fabulous this resort city at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula is.

It’s a vacation destination where the waters of the Sea of Cortez merge with those of the Pacific to create an ideal spot for surfing, scuba diving, and snorkeling. Combined with white sandy beaches and a warm climate all year round, it becomes an irresistible place to go to with your family, friends, or significant other.

Thinking about booking your stay at one of the all-inclusive resorts in Cabo? Can’t blame you — it’s hard not to. You’ve probably already seen Instagram photos of some of the hottest resorts to stay at.

Give in to the temptation and discover what Cabo has to offer, whether traveling with a big group of friends or with your fiance.

Keep on reading this guide to find what resort looks the most promising.

Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Cabo

Marquis Los Cabos


Nestled along the Corridor where the desert meets the sea, Marquis Los Cabos is an award-winning luxury resort that takes the all-inclusive title seriously. There are so many amazing activities here, do them as a couple or individually. Featuring famous Latin American paintings and sculptures, it’s just as contemporary inside as it is outside.


The gorgeous setting and lavish amenities make Marquis an attractive destination for adults wanting to unwind at a world-class spa and dip in one of the onsite beachfront infinity pools. Guests are also welcome to challenge their partner to a match or two on the tennis court.

The entertainment activities include beach volleyball, archery, wine tastings, and cooking lessons, among other things. There are also regular theme nights consisting of fire show, circus show, cabaret, and classical dances.


The five restaurants at the resort offer you the chance to try a variety of cuisines and not get bored of either. You have plenty of choices, from pizzas at Pergola and French five-course meals at Canto Del Mar to ceviche and fish tacos at Dos Mares.

If you’re in the mood for some Asian staples, Sakke is your restaurant. Vista Ballenas is great for savoring international lunch dishes, and Suspiros Bar is ideal for grabbing a drink before watching the sunset.

Learn more about Marquis Los Cabos here!

Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal


Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal is more than just a resort — it’s an immersive experience that invites you on a journey through Mexico. Here, you’ll experience Cabo through its rich culture, cuisine, and entertainment, unlike any other resort. You’ll need a month to try every activity WA offers.


If you have a bucket list item you want to check off, you might be able to do it at Waldorf Astoria Pedregal. Swim with whale sharks, go whale-watching, paddleboarding, surfing, or drive an ATV in the desert — the sky is the limit.

You can also go off-road and look at Los Cabos with a fresh pair of eyes by taking a guided camel tour with your kids. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience you’ll remember for a long time. You can even surprise your significant other with a vow renewal if you’re feeling spontaneous.


Rooted in Mexican heritage, the cuisine at the resort never lacks character and a unique taste. Feel like having tacos? Visit Travesia at su Cocina. In the mood for oysters and intricate cocktails? Pop into Crudo.

Visit Don Manuel for a delicious breakfast or dinner and have an agave tasting at Peacock Alley. You don’t need to leave the beach to satisfy your cravings: Beach Club is there to serve you their signature Oaxaca cheese quesadilla and bluefin tuna ceviche.

Learn more about the Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal here!

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort


Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Pueblo Bonito Pacifica is an intimate luxury resort where couples like getting lovey-dovey. With 24-hour butler services and Pedregal beach located just 7 minutes away from the resort, nothing is getting in the way of enjoying each other’s company days on end.


The resort features a fitness center, two outdoor heated pools, and an Armonia spa. There’s also a Quivira Golf Club, two tennis courts, and an opportunity to go zip lining if you’re looking for more active ways to spend time at the resort.

If you decide to spend most of your time in chill mode, take advantage of the spa with a steam bath, an indoor Jacuzzi, a cold plunge pool, and a sauna. The resort focuses on the holistic wellness approach, so expect to be treated with pure medicinal ingredients when signing up for these therapies.


Visit the on-site Siempre restaurant that always has market-fresh products in stock for a full-on meal. It also has wellness-focused spa cuisine and a premium-priced dessert menu you can order from when craving something sweet.

You also get access to the swim-up bar and two cafes situated on the property. Get yourself a frozen pina colada and watch the sunset from the Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach resort nearby.

Learn more about Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort here!

Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort & Spa


This family-friendly resort stretching across the Pacific Ocean is a luxurious destination for those staying on a budget. Parents looking to have some couple’s time alone will find some convenient accommodations and activities for their kids.

It’s only 9 km away from Cabo San Lucas International Airport and less than a kilometer away from the famous rock formation known as El Arco.


If you’re traveling with kids, feel free to leave them at the kids’ club designed to accommodate children between the ages of 5 and 12. In the meantime, take a dip in the adults-only pool and get a massage at the local spa.

Thanks to the occasional themed nights offering a lot of fun for kids and adults, you won’t get bored at the Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort & Spa. Or, if you’re particularly into golf, visit Rancho San Lucas Golf Club, located just 15 minutes from downtown Cabo.


Try every single one of the eight restaurants located on the resort’s property to experience a variety of dishes from Baja and beyond. Go to La Roca for breakfast or dinner, have a taste of the Japanese cuisine at the Asian Lounge, and discover Brazilian, Mexican, Italian, and Argentinian staple dishes at Don Luis.

Dine directly at the beach at Las Brisas Snack Bar & Brisas by Night, or indulge in the private dinner from the comfort of your own suite. To finish off the day, have a tropical cocktail at Las Olas.

Learn more about Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort & Spa here!

Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos


Catering to an older crowd, Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos is party central while being a family-friendly resort. Situated in the upscale neighborhood of Pedregal overlooking Marina and the ocean, it’s a destination where both you and your kids can have fun.


Chill at one of the sun lounges before diving into the free-form pool and hopping into the jacuzzi afterward. To make up for delicious food and all-night partying, take a pilates or a yoga class and use onsite spa services like steam baths, sauna, and massage.

While you’re doing tequila tasting and dancing salsa every night, your kids can spend time at the kids club designed for children aged 4 to 12. They can play with others at the playground, watch cartoons, and swim in the designated pool for kids.


There’s a swim-up La Palapa bar for adults only that serves domestic beer and local cocktails. The other bars include The Stones Club, Rocca Lounge, Plaza Finisterra Bar, and Whale Watchers Lounge Bar.

If you feel like having dessert for breakfast, head to Cup Cake Cafe. For a buffet-style lunch and dinner, visit Don Diego. Agave, Tortuga Beach, and Emiliano’s Osteria are the go-to restaurants for A la carte dining. Don’t forget to stop by the Pizzeria located by the poolside for the best woodfire pizza.

Learn more about Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos here!

Royal Solaris Los Cabos


You won’t get a better value for your money in Cabo than at the Royal Solaris resort. Located 20 minutes away from the San Jose international airport, it’s one of the most affordable luxurious holiday destinations that welcomes families of all sizes.


Go diving, sign up for a dance class, or play volleyball at the pool — the possibilities are endless. Kids can join the mini club and get entertained at the mini water park and the baby park with the built-in playground, pool and water slides, and a mini-camp.

If you’re not in the mood to be active, take a dip in one of the three swimming pools with a heater and relax in the outdoor jacuzzi. You can also use spa services and go to the beauty salon without leaving the facilities.


Aside from the snack, pool, and lobby bars, Royal Solaris also offers a variety of restaurants for the guests to check out. Dine at the Panchos if craving local cuisine, enjoy authentic Mediterannean food at Rosmarinus, or have a formal dinner at the Italian Marco Polo restaurant.

Drop by Rodizio Dinner to savor some of the best and juicy meats prepared in the Brazilian style, and have your favorite kind of pizza at Pizzalisima the next day. Save some room for dessert at Cafe Solaris.

Learn more about Royal Solaris Los Cabos here!

Sheraton Grand Los Cabos Hacienda del Mar


This Mediterranean-style resort is a picture-perfect destination for couples and families looking to spend their holidays like in the movies. Set on the white sandy beach, it has eight indoor meeting rooms making it a go-to retreat for entrepreneurs who cannot leave their work duties even when on vacation.


Go snorkeling or diving to discover the underwater world here in Los Cabos. You can also go fishing, hiking, rock climbing, desert off-roading, and zip-lining if feeling adventurous.

As for the onsite activities, we recommend you take advantage of the resort’s Cactus Spa, where you can get a relaxing massage, among other luxurious treatments. There are also several pools at the facility, including an activity pool, an infinity pool, a swim-up pool, and two children’s pools.


Visit Tomatoes Restaurant for local cuisine and De Cortez Grillhouse for an authentic grill experience. Book your reservation at Pitahayas restaurant if you want to enjoy a beautiful sunset under a palapa roof while familiarizing yourself with wines you’ve never had before.

Las Sirenas is a local favorite for snacks and cocktails, while Tortugas Snack & Beach Bar is the best place for having fresh sushi delivered to your beachside table. Don’t leave the resort without trying traditional Mexican tacos made with either shrimp, steak, or chicken.

Learn more about Sheraton Grand Los Cabos Hacienda del Mar here!

Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos


Conveniently located in the Zona Hoteliera with the Cabo Dolphin center, shopping, and restaurants, Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos offers an ideal setting for guests of all ages. Golfing amenities at Club Campestre San Jose are only 3.8 km away from the resort, and Los Cabos International Airport is a 10-minute drive.


Plunge into the never-ending infinity pool or chill out at the adults-only swim-up bar. Let your kids roam free at the KidZ Club, packed with entertainment like a jungle gym, a playground in the sand, and a mini water park with five water slides.

Learn the local tongue and enjoy live shows at night ranging from sensational magic arts to tropical dance and contemporary music. Awaken your senses with revitalizing treatments at the Zen Spa and book a cabana for some privacy.


Whether you’re into international or local cuisine, Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos has got you covered. You have El Cortijo serving Spanish dishes, DoZo welcoming you to discover a true taste of Japan, and Bon Vivant with a variety of the finest French-inspired meals.

Go to El Molino and order their signature Pollo al Pibil (adobo marinated chicken breast) served with fried beans and rice to try local Mexican food. To finish the night on a sweet note, visit El Mirador and get a handcrafted drink made of martini.

Learn more about Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos here!

Grand Fiesta Americana Los Cabos All-Inclusive Golf & Spa


Grand Fiesta Americana Los Cabos is a luxurious beachfront resort with Spanish Colonial architecture that prioritizes wellness and entertainment. That means golf, great cuisine and amazing spa facilities.

It’s an excellent getaway for couples and just as perfect of a vacation spot for families.


You get access to the 18-hole pro-Ocean golf course, which is one of the top 100 golf courses on the continent. Once you’re done playing golf, get a wine massage at the SOMMA wine spa. It’s the only wine spa in Mexico out of the six wine spas spread across the globe.

There are six outdoor pools and four jacuzzis to help you unwind even more. Leave your kids at the kids’ pool or the Fiesta Kid’s Club and spend some one-on-one time with your significant other, relaxing in the jacuzzi or playing golf.


Sample tapas at the Tapas Bar and Fire Pit, have authentic Italian lasagna at Rosato, or savor the always freshly-made guacamole with nachos at El Mexicano. Enjoy Argentinian grill-style dishes at La Bodega and Pacific specialties at BLU.

We urge you not to leave the resort without having sushi at the lounge-like Sushi Sky Bar while sipping a drink and taking in the spectacular views of the Mar de Cortes.

Learn more about the Grand Fiesta Americana Los Cabos All-Inclusive Golf & Spa here!

Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa


Overlooking Marina Cabo San Lucas, this chic, adults-only resort is located on the swimmable Medano beach. There are plenty of opportunities to shop, dine, and dance near Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa as well.


Aside from the two outdoor pools, a 24-hour fitness center, and a relaxation-inducing spa by Pevonia, this resort also offers non-motorized watersport activities. We’re talking about daring to dive the rocky reef getaway to a drop of 1000 feet deep just minutes away by boat. Plenty of paddleboarding, kayaking, fishing, and snorkeling are possible here too.

If you like to keep your sports on land, make some friends at the volleyball cart or a yoga class. You can also partake in beach tennis, off-site golfing, ping pong, and hiking. Consider yourself lucky if you catch a sailor party or a rock show while at the resort.


Start your day off with an iced coffee at The Nook cafe and continue at the a-la-carte Bites restaurant serving tapas and other small plates. Alternatively, get some burgers and snacks with a side of the beach at the Barefoot Grill.

It’s also worth visiting Ocote for sampling authentic Mexican dishes and Spumante — to enjoy Italian specialties. If you’re a fan of Eastern Mediterranean cuisine, pop into Kibbeh, and if you’re into seafood, Fish Nets is the place for you.

Learn more about the Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa here!

Getting to Cabo

It’s a 1,000 miles from San Diego to Cabo by car. You’re looking at a full day of travel. On the other hand, it’s a beautiful road trip worth taking the time. But if you’re going to one of these resorts, you’ll likely just want to get there as soon as possible. If you’re flying from the US, you can count on United Airlines and American Airlines to get you to Cabo. If you’re flying from anywhere else in the world, chances are you’ll have to transit through the States or Canada to get to your destination resort. Remember to fill out your online transit forms (ESTA and eTA) to avoid any complications along the way.

Either way, there isn’t a shortage of airlines operating in Mexico’s Cabo that could help you realize your dream of a tropical vacation.

You can also take a ferry which is a more adventurous way of getting to Cabo. There are daily shuttles to and from La Paz, and Mazatlan is situated close enough to Cabo to get you there in under 4 hours. Hop aboard, and you can travel between the cities of Mexico on a ferry as well.

Getting Around Cabo

Depending on where you’re staying in Cabo, you should do just fine with walking around the resort city. This is particularly true if you’re staying close to downtown Cabo and/or are planning on taking your time to explore equally packed Cabo and San Jose del Cabo.

To check out the sites located further away — and save time and money in the meantime — consider renting a car. Beware of driving beyond the highly touristic areas as highway robberies are common in Los Cabos.

We wouldn’t recommend getting a taxi just because drivers tend to overcharge tourists. Although the rates are often negotiable, you’ll be better off driving a rented car or taking a water taxi if you want to explore multiple beaches. Clustered near the downtown marina, a water taxi is a go-to vehicle for visiting places like Playa Medano and Playa del Amor.

You can also take a bus to visit La Paz, Todos Santos, and the like.


Frequently asked questions about All-Inclusive Resorts in Cabo

Why is Cabo so popular?

Apart from being home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean region, Cabo is also an all-around destination for party animals and those looking for a relaxing vacation. It has something for everyone, making it a diverse place to visit for a holiday.

Cabo will pleasantly surprise you with outdoor activities if you like to be one with nature. Scuba diving, snorkeling, paddleboarding, kayaking, whale watching, and ziplining are just some of your adventures in this resort city.

Cannot imagine a vacation without partying hard at night? There are plenty of nightclubs in Cabo to satisfy your craving for some cool DJ tunes and tropical cocktails.

Cabo is also the place to be if you’re a seafood enthusiast. From scrumptious fresh-caught mahi-mahi to street-style shrimp tacos, the cuisine is guaranteed to delight your taste buds.

What’s the best time to go to Cabo San Lucas?

Although the weather in Cabo is sunny and dry most of the year, it’s best to visit in either May or June. It’s the time when the majority of locals are gone by May, and the tropical storms are yet to hit the city.

If you’re into fishing, you might want to book your stay at the all-inclusive resort in Cabo for August or early fall. Whale-watching is best done between December and April. October and November are the best months to travel to Cabo, with the only exception being higher than average prices. So, if you’d rather experience mild weather, book your trip in advance.

Beware of tropical storms happening during the hurricane season from May through November. That said, if you’re on a budget, this is the most fitting time to visit Cabo.

What is Cabo known for?

Cabo San Lucas is best known for its San Jose Del Cabo district, where you’ll find bohemian restaurants, streets, and galleries full of art and exquisite architecture. This postcard-perfect city is worth a full day of exploring.

Perhaps the most famous site on the city’s southern tip is the El Arco (Arch of Cabo). This rock formation rises above the waters and serves as a point of reference for water sports and other fun activities, including sunset and kayaking tours. You can even grab your significant other and do a photo shoot here at sunrise or just before the sunsets.

Speaking about water sports, Cabo isn’t a stranger to surfing and diving. In fact, it’s the best spot in all of Mexico for surfers. Scuba divers and snorkelers will remember Cabo as an exciting destination, too — coral reefs are colorful and marine animals are fantastic to watch.

What’s the nicest area of Cabo San Lucas?

Located downtown near Marina, El Medano beach is considered the best area to stay in Cabo. It gets extremely busy, which also explains why it offers more than any other beach in the city. A word of caution — if you’re looking for a quiet place to rest, El Medano isn’t the best choice for you.

Pedregal Hills is another top-rated spot for booking your vacation. Situated on the Pacific Coast, it’s one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in town, with dozens of luxury resorts and rental properties on the territory. It’s also where you go to have a fancy dinner and splurge on organic groceries.

Stay in Tourist Corridor to get access to the best beaches for snorkeling and diving. Golfing is another highlight of this area with 12 golf courses being used by the tourists on a regular basis. Bungee jumping and zip-lining are also common thrills here.

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