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10 Best All-inclusive Resorts in Los Cabos

Written by Meagan Drillinger
Nov 3, 2020

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Los Cabos has been a hot spot for A-list jet-setters for decades, so the hotel game has always been on point. Not only is it home to the best five-star hotels in the world, it also has some of Mexico's most exclusive and high-end all-inclusive resorts.

Whether designed for chic romance, like the sparkling Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos, or built for family fun like the activity-heavy Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos, the all-inclusive resorts in Los Cabos offer something for every type of traveler. There is even Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa, which has been carefully curated for groups of friends looking to have a good time.

So when it comes time to design the perfect Los Cabos location, it can all start with the right all-inclusive resort. Check out our list of the best all-inclusive resorts in Los Cabos.

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1. Grand Velas Los Cabos

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Photo Source: Grand Velas Los Cabos

Choosing from the best all-inclusive resorts in Los Cabos can be tricky, since the destination has such a fabulous inventory. But when it comes to the best, Grand Velas Los Cabos is at the top of the list. Grand Velas Los Cabos is positioned along the corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. It's a sleek, cool hotel with one of the best luxury packages available.

Rooms are contemporary and cool, with light greens, grays, and creams, with clay-colored accents. The entry-level suites are the Ambassador Suites, while higher categories have separate living rooms. All rooms have balconies with ocean views, and some rooms even have private pools.

Beautiful tiered pools are surrounded by luxe daybeds and cabanas, fringed with palm trees. The expansive beach is photo-ready, as well. Restaurants are substantial, with seven on offer around the property. The most luxurious is Frida, the haute Mexican restaurant.

Grand Velas Los Cabos is known for its cavernous spa, as well, which includes a hydrotherapy circuit that is something out of a Grecian painting. There is also a gym and beauty salon.

Accommodation: Grand Velas Los Cabos

2. Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos

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Photo Source: Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos

When Le Blanc opened its Los Cabos resort in 2018, the bar had been set for a new level of all-inclusive luxury. The adults-only, all-inclusive Los Cabos resort is really a vision in every way. From the contemporary design to the elevated dining, the superior spa offerings, and beautiful beachfront location, Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos is one of the best all-inclusive resorts in the area.

Rooms are elegant and understated, with neutral tones, white linens, marble floors, and upholstered headboards. All rooms have balconies, and those on higher floors have views to the pool and ocean.

But it's the amenities and features that really put Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos in another category. Several restaurants are on offer, but Mezze, with a Mediterranean and Middle Eastern menu, tends to be the fan favorite.

The stunning pool area is fringed in luxury sun loungers, which is good because the ocean in this part of Los Cabos is too rough for swimming. The beach, however, is lovely to look at.

A sprawling spa occupies much of the second floor, with a hydrotherapy circuit that is included in the room rates.

Accommodation: Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos

3. Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort

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Photo Source: Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort

Just outside San Jose del Cabo sits the 500-suite Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort. Perched on expansive, beautiful manicured grounds, the adults-only, all-inclusive resort is white-glove service all the way and is one of the most well-respected resorts in Los Cabos. Guests are greeted with nothing but sea views and mountains.

All rooms are junior suites with separate sitting areas, which cap out at 1,744 feet. The design swings Spanish Colonial, while artwork points to more indigenous roots. The best views are from the Junior Suite Swim Out Ocean View and Junior Suite Ocean Front. Guests who are part of The Preferred Club are guaranteed upgrades, as well as private check-in, private concierge, and upgraded amenities.

The beach is too rough for swimming, but that doesn't take away from the stark natural beauty of this stretch of relatively undeveloped coast. Instead, there are three pools: one being a swim-out pool for the ground-floor rooms. The main pool is massive and luxurious, surrounded by lounge chairs and palm trees. A third pool is private for Preferred Club guests.

A spa, golf course, and a host of activities are also available, from outdoor movie nights and yoga to water aerobics and cooking classes.

Accommodation: Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort

4. Grand Fiesta Americana Los Cabos All Inclusive Golf & Spa

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Photo Source: Grand Fiesta Americana Los Cabos All Inclusive Golf & Spa

Tucked within the Cabo del Sol gated community is this all-inclusive resort in Los Cabos. The beachfront resort has 526 rooms, and is one of the original resorts in the destination. While the interiors are a bit dated, it's the exterior offerings, and the location, that sets the Grand Fiesta Americana Los Cabos a cut above.

On the corridor between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, the resort has natural-colored rooms, with marble floors, wooden accents, and Scandinavian-style decor. The room to book is the Casa Del Mar, which is a separate villa with a decidedly more sophisticated design, as well as its own private pool.

Eight dining venues offer a little bit of something for everyone, from Italian and sushi to a Brazilian-Argentinian steakhouse. The main attraction at the resort are its pools, each with a different theme, from the family pool to an activity pool and one that is adults-only.

Golfers will relish the two famous golf courses nearby, each with 18 holes and views of the surrounding desert and sea. That said, green fees are an additional charge.

Accommodation: Grand Fiesta Americana Los Cabos All Inclusive Golf & Spa

5. Marquis Los Cabos

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Photo Source: Marquis Los Cabos

Perched on The Corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, Marquis Los Cabos All Inclusive Resort & Spa is one of the more luxurious all-inclusive resorts in Los Cabos.

Guests are greeted with a remarkable design, with spaces that blend sleek contemporary style with indoor/outdoor space. The lobby looks out over the sweeping infinity pool and the Sea of Cortez. The vibe swings understated elegance, with soft music filling the air, white furniture, and an elevated simplicity.

The resort has 235 rooms, which range from Junior Suites to the more expansive Presidential Suites and Casitas. All rooms have balconies and ocean views, and upper category rooms have private pools.

But even if you can't snag a pool of your own, three other pools are open to all guests. Two are infinity pools on the beach, while a third pool sits as a centerpiece of the hotel.

Dining options are plentiful, from a high-end sushi restaurant to outdoor Italian. A visit to the spa is a must, as well, for its intimate outdoor hot tubs that look directly out to sea.

Accommodation: Marquis Los Cabos

6. Paradisus Los Cabos

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Photo Source: Paradisus Los Cabos

Perched overlooking a sprawling section of Baja California beach, Paradisus Los Cabos is an elegant, fresh all-inclusive resort that sits between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. Unlike other resorts in the area, Paradisus Los Cabos is relatively intimate, with just over 300 rooms, which gives it a relaxing and low-key vibe.

Rooms are split into three categories, but guests who want to level up will want to book the adults-only Royal Service. Families can opt for the Family Concierge.

All rooms have furnished balconies or patios, while the lower floors have Swim-Up rooms. Those rooms in the Royal Service category have additional amenities like butler service and access to a private lounge, as well as a private pool and restaurant.

The pool is the center of attention at the resort, lined with sun loungers, which pop with purple pillows - the resort's signature color. But one of the best perks of the resort is its swimmable beach, which is uncommon in Los Cabos, where the water is typically too rough for swimming.

Dining at Paradisus Los Cabos has considerable bragging rights, but the one to beat is the Gastro Bar, which serves Basque-style cuisine and is overseen by the Michelin-starred chef, Martin Berasategui.

Finally, the YHI Spa, which is small and intimate, has a wonderful hydrotherapy therapy area and a small fitness center.

Accommodation: Paradisus Los Cabos

7. Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos

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Photo Source: Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos

Hyatt's iconic family-friendly, luxury all-inclusive Ziva brand makes quite a splash on the Los Cabos scene. The nearly 600-room resort is packed with family activities, from the expansive freeform pool to the fire pits, movie trivia, and a Kidz Club. Plus, this particular Ziva resort seems to have enough touches to keep couples and friend groups happy, as well.

Rooms are modern and clean, with terra-cotta tile floors and tones of blue and beige. Each room has an expansive balcony with an ocean view, or direct access to a pool. Opt for a Club Level room for private check-in and upgraded room amenities.

While the beach isn't swimmable, Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos has plenty of water features, from pools to a pond dotted with fire pits. There is also a hot tub and a separate pool designated only for adults.

The Zen Spa is an oasis for adults, with hydrotherapy pools, 18 treatment rooms, and outdoor cabanas surrounded by ponds.

Dining is also a trip around the world, from Japan to France, and, of course, Mexico.

Accommodation: Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos

8. Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort

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Photo Source: Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort

Designed like a desert oasis on a sprawling stretch of beach, Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort is elegant, tranquil, and truly top-notch. The lobby, which is chic and modern, looks out over the posh pool area and wide-open beach.

Just over 200 rooms are spread out around the pool, with 47 located in The Towers, separate buildings that were built more recently and have extra perks, like butler service and their own lounge.

Down on the beach level are two pools and a lovely pool terrace. The Constellation pool is smaller, featuring ocean views, while the infinity pool is freeform and surrounds the Siempre restaurant. The beach area has cabanas and lounge chairs, but the water is much too rough for swimming, like most other beaches in Los Cabos.

One of the main draws of the resort is the exclusive guest access to the Quivira Golf Club, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Design course. Here is where guests will find The Oasis restaurant, as well as the clubhouse, which serves fantastic steaks. Note that the green fees and restaurant are an extra charge.

Included restaurants, however, are just as fantastic, particularly Peninsula Restaurant, which serves traditional Baja cuisine.

Accommodation: Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort

9. Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa

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Photo Source: Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa

Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa is all about the energy. The adults-only resort, located in downtown Cabo San Lucas, is chic and modern, catering to young couples and singles who want to have fun. An action-packed calendar of daytime and nighttime events means there is always something going on, while the elevated design ensures guests are consistently pampered.

Rooms are decidedly cool and chic, with light wood furniture and pops of pink. Suites are divided into the Allure or Xhale categories. Xhale Club Suites are where guests get the upgrade, with access to the Xhale Lounge.

While rooms are luxe and lovely, the real scene is out by the pools, where a DJ spins daily. A second pool offers a more subdued vibe. There is a small, private beach area on Playa del Medano, as well.

Restaurants are plentiful, though everyone loves La Biblioteca for its Mexican food and ocean views.

Accommodation: Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa

10. Hacienda Encantada Resort & Residences

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Photo Source: Hacienda Encantada Resort & Residences

Spilling down a dramatic cliffside overlooking the Sea of Cortez, the Hacienda Encantada Resort and Residences features 237 rooms, all done up in traditional Mexican-style, with a luxury twist. The hotel doesn't have to be an all-inclusive, but guests can book the all-inclusive package.

With sweeping views over the Sea of Cortez, Hacienda Encantada swings elegant and traditional, with rich wooden furniture, ceramic tile, bright textiles, and traditional art. It is a hacienda, after all. Rooms are massive, even at the entry level, and all come with balconies with furniture. The two-bedrooms and larger units have private plunge pools, as well.

The luxury resort in Los Cabos caters to both families and couples, with three pools, an area for kids, and a spa. The kids' zone is packed with activities, from foosball and bocce to playgrounds and a kids' pool.

Dining is delectable, from the traditional Mexican breakfasts to specialty restaurants like Los Ricos, the Mesquite grill. A small spa has al fresco massage rooms, as well as indoor rooms. For those who opt out of the all-inclusive package, a mini-mart is also on property, which is great for guests who want to cook in their own rooms.

Accommodation: Hacienda Encantada Resort & Residences

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