This is our favorite place to go. It is an old hotel but they take good care of it. Expect that something in your room will not work but they take care of it within minutes. They go by the rules and are not very flexible like all Mexico destinations. Fantastic views and right on the beach. Step off the pool deck right onto the roped off and protected beach. The pool is small but very cool. Get down there early and lay towels out on the lounge chairs you want if you plan to spend the day at the pool. Also by the pool drinks will always be "top shelf" unless you tell them differently. The difference is about $5.00 per drink. You can take a 3 minute walk and go to the bigger pool at Rose next door if you like.
All of the staff are very friendly and very attentive. They will bend over backwards to help you. But remember in Mexico everyone has a hustle. Timeshare and excursions are pitched by them all. Not to pushy but if you look interested they can be persistent. Don't buy excursions from the hotel. The cost of a panga for fishing is $199.00 and if you go to the docks directly you can get it for $149.00.
Food is good but there are better bargains in town. Try the Shrimp Factory, cheap and very good. Lots of good places to eat away from the marina so explore the town to the west and past the marina and to the north a street or two.
Snorkeling at Pelican Rock is very cool. Take a water taxi right out front and to the right of the hotel for $20.00. Just tell them when to come back and pick you up and make sure you get their name and remember which taxi it is. Don't let the hotel people stop you and try to get you to make arraignments with them. At pelican rock you can get food, drinks and umbrellas. It's a great day if you like to snorkel because you are right there.
When you get to the airport get a dedicated taxi to your hotel. Tell them before that you want to stop at Wall Mart and Costco to shop for your food. It costs $80.00 and with a $20.00 tip he will wait at both stores while you get your groceries, beer, booze, water etc. The rooms have full cooking capabilities. ( no ovens). It is a very good idea to have a lot of your own food and drinks. We mix our own drinks, or non alcoholic drinks, in our room for the pool and save a ton of money.
This is a great hotel destination. Enjoy!!!!
- Also Known As:
- Pueblo Bonito Blanco Los Cabos Hotel Cabo San Lucas
- Pueblo Bonito Blanco Los Cabos Hotel
- Pueblo Bonito Blanco
- Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In Cabo San Lucas at the tip of the Baja called Land’s End lies the Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos, a luxury beachfront hotel surrounded by the magnificent desert, abundant sea life, inspiring coastline and many activities that Los Cabos has to offer. This casual Los Cabos resort offers the perfect combination of excitement and solitude. Situated on the clean golden sands of El Médano beach close to a multitude of water sports, Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos offers pampering service and fine accommodations. Now offers a deluxe all-inclusive option which includes all resort restaurants and bars, as well as those at sister property Pueblo Bonito Rosé Resort and Spa. ... more less
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