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Los Cabos Golf Resort
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Why Stay At Los Cabos Golf Resort
Just a few miles outside buzzy Cabo San Lucas lies a serene, lushly landscaped boutique resort.
Away from the crowds of Cabo San Lucas, dotted with blooming bougainvillea, cacti and interspersed with tranquil outdoor spaces, hacienda-style Los Cabos Resort offers visitors a sun-drenched respite. Each of the 74 air conditioned custom-furnished villas has a private patio or balcony—many with ocean views—and is outfitted with a kitchenette or a fully equipped kitchen. Take to the links at the next-door 18-hole Dye-designed golf course, which also offers a pro shop and a driving range. Looking to relax? Take advantage of the resort's split-level pool (connected by a short slide) and slurp a Hawaiian Punch (Piña Colada and Blue Curacao) by the swim-up bar. End your day under starry skies on the outdoor patio of the on-site Double Eagle Restaurant where favorite Mexican dishes are served alongside international fare such as shrimp lasagna and clam chowder.
For all-round relaxation, book a 90-minute Well-Being Massage including body brushing and a mini facial. ($156) Tip: Spa treatments are offered in-villa, too.
Get 2 for the price of 1 drink during happy hour at the restaurant between 11am and 6pm daily.
Arrive at Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) which is 31 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 45 minutes of travel time.Via de Carlos Lote #601, KM 3.7 Carret. Transp., Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- 3 Outdoor Pools
- Outdoor Hot Tub
- Spa on Property
- 18-hole Golf Course
- Golf Shop
- Game Room
- Private Patios
- Custom Furniture
- Flat-screen TVs
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Outdoor Dining
- In-room Dining
- Max occupancy is 4
- Hotel taxes
Why We Love Cabo San Lucas
A direct flight from most US airports, a bevy of watersports awaits on the southern tip of Mexico's Baja Peninsula while by night, there's a number of hip clubs and trendy restaurants to be explored.
Calle Narcizo Mendoza. Cabo San Lucas.
Where to Drink: Sip an artistically crafted Mango Margarita made with top-shelf tequila and hand-squeezed fruit juice at Monkey Business Bar; a hidden gem with a cozy outdoor bar and exceedingly fastidious bartenders. Cocktails for two $14.
Marlin Blvd. Cabo San Lucas.
Where to Shop: Puerto Paraíso Shopping Mall with its classic Mexican-colonial façade pairs indoor shopping and entertainment with tranquil fountains and harmoniously laid-out open areas.
Ave. Lazaro Cardenas y Cabo Bello; El Medano Ejidal.
Outdoor Excursion: See the wilder side of Cabo and and hook on to a zipline crossing over 100 square acres of biosphere at El Tule Canyon from where you'll have stellar views of the Sea of Cortez. $95 per person incl. roundtrip transportation from the resort.
Wild Canyon Park at El Tule Bridge, Cabo San Lucas.
Why Go Now
February 2-9, 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 9-18, 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.
Querencia Golf Course, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.