Los Cabos truly has something for everyone. Do you desire a getaway with fabulous beaches? How about stark desert vistas? Or perhaps you prefer to climb to the top of tall peaks. You can find it all in Los Cabos! Cabo is located at the Southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula and surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and the stunning Sea of Cortez. Los Cabos is home to absolutely stellar resorts, and I am revealing the 10 Best Luxury Resorts in Los Cabos.
Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal
Set on 24 acres of lovely beachfront is the at Pedregal. You will reach the resort via the only privately-owned tunnel in Mexico. Upon arrival, you can expect a margarita to be waiting. Each room at the resort has gorgeous ocean views with a private plunge pool.
Grand Velas Los Cabos
Perched along the stunning sea, Grand Velas Los Cabos is an all-inclusive luxury resort with an array of amenities and services. Discerning travelers will appreciate the exceptional butler service, incredible spa, outstanding cuisine, and eco-friendly practices. Grand Velas is also in 30 Most Luxurious All-Inclusive Resorts in the World (Part 1).
Pueblo Bonita Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort
A location at the very end of the Los Cabos strip ensures that the Pueblo Bonita Pacifica feels luxuriously secluded. If catching some rays is your desire, you'll find plenty of room to sprawl across the resort's 2½ mile-long sandy beach. Just don't dive in; the rough waves and high surf make the water unsafe for swimming.
One & Only Palmilla
Flanked by the secluded sands, azure waters and pristine fairways One & Only Palmilla offers a long list of high-end amenities. Luckily it is et along the swimmable Pelican Beach on the Sea of Cortez.
Esperanza, an Auberge Resort
At the tip of the Baja Peninsula, Esperanza Resort lies within the private enclave of Punta Ballena along the breathtaking Sea of Cortez. Seventeen lushly landscaped acres offers an incomparable natural setting—the casitas cascade down a gentle hill affording spectacular ocean views from every room.
The Cape, a Thompson Hotel
Take a private stairway to Monuments Beach, a secluded surfing destination with unobstructed views of El Arco. The Cape is downright cool; expect a modern, clean aesthetic. Once you get there, you are going to want to leave.
Las Ventanas al Paraiso, a Rosewood Resort
Travelers agree this tine hideaway is guaranteed to inspire romance. Las Ventanas al Paraíso has an entire department devoted to passion. If you are looking for a laid-back resort that will pamper you from the moment you step on the property until you leave, you have found it.
Chileno Bay Resort & Residences
Nestled on 22 acres of lovely community, Chileno Bay Resort & Residences offers a waterfront setting. It is on one of the only swimmable beaches in Los Cabos. This in-demand resort is perfect for anyone that loves: paddleboarding, snorkeling, or kayaking.
Marquis Los Cabos
It is almost impossible to find a more dramatic lobby than the one at the Marquis Los Cabos! The all-white, open-air space has deep archways that expertly frame the turquoise waters of the Sea of Cortez. It is situated where the tranquil desert meets the untamed waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos
Offering spectacular views of the Sea of Cortes, Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos, is a luxurious oasis of sophistication and comfort. This resort has a perfect location if you want a explore San Jose. It is an excellent choice if you want a romantic, luxury romantic retreat that is also family-friendly.
Le Blanc Los Cabos
Le Blanc is an oasis of opulence on the Baja Peninsula where the desert meets the sea with days of brilliant sunshine. Taste a higher standard of culinary excellence, dip into four invigorating beachfront pools and plunge into a mesmerizing, spa facility. You'll encounter a level of service not seen in other resorts. Luxury is always included at this utterly
Los Cabos is brimming with astonishing luxury resorts, and it was incredibly challenging to narrow down the list to a mere ten resorts. There is no wrong choice in Los Cabos, but you do need to watch the beaches. They are all beautiful, but the rough seas make many of the beaches unsuitable for playing in the waters.