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Casa Dorada Los Cabos Resort and Spa
Cabo San Lucas, MexicoEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Casa Dorada Los Cabos Resort and Spa
Overlooking popular Medano Beach, Casa Dorada (which translates to "Golden House") is for those who crave a Cabo getaway where the action never stops.
From the moment Casa Dorada opened in 2008, the upscale beachfront property raised the bar in sunny Cabo San Lucas. Up until then, vacationing film and music executives unpacked at hotels along the coastal Corridor east of the cape. But the 150-room "Golden House"—with its prime five-acre waterfront position, posh bay-view suites, and see-and-be-seen swimming pool—shifted travelers' attention back to the center of town. Forsaking the throwback ambience of so many Mexican hotels, Casa Dorada's suites are resolutely modern, all with beach views from both the white-on-white beds and the private terraces or balconies. Overlooking the bay, the 12 Tribes restaurant is set beneath a huge vaulted roof and serves steak and seafood dishes—from Baja ceviche and octopus cocktails to oysters Rockefeller and fresh-off-the-boat tuna. Another Casa Dorada perk: the sprawling six-floor resort is just a short walk from the harbor (for deep-sea fishing, diving, and boating) and Cabo's main shopping boulevard, Luxury Avenue.
Make use of the pool concierge team, at the ready to bring you quesadillas de camaròn or an ice-cold Corona, chilled towelettes and sunscreen, or reservations to tee off later that day at one of Cabo's dozen golf courses.
Don't overlook some of Saltwater Spa's more offbeat treatments, such as a chocolate massage for two (with champagne and strawberries), bamboo cane massage (not nearly as painful as it sounds), and a musical massage using Chinese balls that create more than 45 melodious sounds.
Arrive at Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) which is approximately 6 miles (about 20 minutes) away from the resort.Av. El Pescador S/N, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- 2 Swimming Pools
- Kids' Pool
- Spa Services
- Private Beach Club
- Concierge Services
- Kids' Club
- Business Services
- Private Terraces
- Ocean Views
- Mini Fridges
- Electric Stoves
- Dining Tables for 4
- Plasma TVs
- 2 Closets
- Marble Bathrooms
- Wireless Internet
- 3 Restaurants
- Swim-Up Bar
- Bar + Lounge
- Live Musical Entertainment
- In-Room Dining
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Why We Love Cabo San Lucas
Offering the perfect combination of great weather, natural beauty and a reputation for the best of Mexican hospitality.
El Tule Bridge. 011-52-624-144-4433
Where to Shop: Paul & Shark Yachting sells a wide range of maritime-inspired items for men and women, including the brand's trademark polo shirts and cardigans.
Luxury Avenue, Boulevard Marina. 011-52-624-163-4280
Where to Eat: It may seem counterintuitive that the Japanese restaurant Nick-San is one of Cabo's best restaurants, but its location—in the sportfishing capital of the Western Hemisphere—is a place where fresh fish is never in short supply. Bring your own catch and the chefs will slice and dice it into sushi and sashimi. Boulevard Marina lote 10 local 2, Plaza de la Danza. 011-52-624-143-8483
Dinner for two $80.
Where to Drink: Tropical margaritas, in flavors including Key lime, banana, watermelon, and agave nectar, are the specialty of the Nikki Beach Club, on the same strip of sand as the Casa Dorada. Poolside at the ME Cabo hotel, Playa Medano. 011-52-624-145-7800
Drinks for two $24.
Why Go Now
February 1-8, 2014
Festival del Arte Todos Santos
Todos Santos, one of Baja's oldest and most traditional towns, celebrates Mexican culture with a weeklong festival of Latin music, folk dance, drama performances, and art exhibits.
March 13 - 22, 2014
Fiesta de San Jose
Celebrate San Jose del Cabo's patron saint with an 10-day festival filled with carnival parades and religious processions, traditional local foods and music, and parties that last from dusk until dawn.
San Jose del Cabo.
March 20 - 22, 2014
Fred Duckett Challenge
A golf tournament and Sammy Hagar concert to benefit a local children's charity.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.