- Prime position on a secluded bluff offers pristine views of the Pacific
- A family-friendly resort with lots of kid-friendly features and facilities
- Free shuttle service to Pueblo Bonito Rose and Medano Beach
This massive, family-friendly resort offers everything from golf to mountainous views.
Situated on a secluded bluff that looks out onto the cerulean Pacific Ocean, guests will find the sweeping Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Golf and Spa Resort. Check in and make yourself at home in one of this luxury resort’s spacious, well-appointed and modern rooms, each of which includes a fully-equipped kitchenette and 24-hour room service. Then, hop into a golf cart (the best way to get around) and get ready to see all this sprawling property has to offer.
Given its distance from more tourist-friendly areas, the Pueblo Bonito Rose is great for both romantic getaways and family travel. Young travelers, for example, will love meeting other kids their age at the Fun Lab arcade while their parents will be able to sneak off to the full-service luxury spa on premises. Out of a whopping six swimming pools, both kid-friendly and adults-only pools are available for use. Diversity is also reflected in the food, with 5 excellent restaurants, including The Bistro, La Nao, LaFrida Restaurant, Shen and Tazuna, all of which offer casual and fine dining riffs on Mexican, Japanese and everything in between.
Part of the charm of the Pueblo Bonito Rose Sunset Beach is its distance from Los Cabos tourist-centric zones, so guests should come planning to enjoy the on-site amenities and features (the resort is massive, so there’s a lot to explore). That said, its distance from the center of town is only significant when compared to other, more centrally located Cabo San Lucas resorts. In fact, it takes only a 15-minute car ride to get to the city’s popular and always busy nightclubs, bars, and restaurants (not to mention significant historic sites like Iglesia de San Lucas).
The resort’s beach is not swimmable, but free shuttle service takes guests to Pueblo Bonito Rose, a sister property that sits right on beautiful Medano Beach. Anyone visiting the beach should also keep an eye out when they visit, as whales can be spotted mid-migration off the coast January through March.