Advertiser Disclosure

Many of the credit card offers that appear on this site are from credit card companies from which we receive financial compensation. This compensation may impact how and where products appear on this site (including, for example, the order in which they appear). However, the credit card information that we publish has been written and evaluated by experts who know these products inside out. We only recommend products we either use ourselves or endorse. This site does not include all credit card companies or all available credit card offers that are on the market. See our advertising policy here where we list advertisers that we work with, and how we make money. You can also review our credit card rating methodology.

Blissful Escapes: The 12 Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Los Cabos, Mexico [2024]

Ashley Onadele's image
Ashley Onadele
Ashley Onadele's image

Ashley Onadele

Senior Content Contributor

123 Published Articles

Countries Visited: 15U.S. States Visited: 10

Ashley discovered a love for travel in college that’s continued as her family has grown. She loves showing parents how they can take their families on trips using points and has contributed to numerou...
Edited by: Nick Ellis
Nick Ellis's image

Nick Ellis

Editor & Content Contributor

156 Published Articles 771 Edited Articles

Countries Visited: 35U.S. States Visited: 25

Nick’s passion for points began as a hobby and became a career. He worked for over 5 years at The Points Guy and has contributed to Business Insider and CNN. He has 14 credit cards and continues to le...
& Keri Stooksbury
Keri Stooksbury's image

Keri Stooksbury

Editor-in-Chief

35 Published Articles 3236 Edited Articles

Countries Visited: 47U.S. States Visited: 28

With years of experience in corporate marketing and as the executive director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Qatar, Keri is now editor-in-chief at UP, overseeing daily content operations and r...

We may be compensated when you click on product links, such as credit cards, from one or more of our advertising partners. Terms apply to the offers below. See our Advertising Policy for more about our partners, how we make money, and our rating methodology. Opinions and recommendations are ours alone.

Los Cabos, Cabo San Lucas, or even just “Cabo” — you’ve heard about the popular Mexican resort destination. It’s been a top pick for travelers for several decades, largely thanks to its fantastic weather, beautiful beaches, excellent food, rousing nightlife, luxurious resorts, and much more.

The sun-drenched tip of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula seems only to get more popular year after year, and resorts continue to spring up along the beaches.

More recently, there’s been a trend of all-inclusive resorts opening in the area — with so many to choose from, which should you pick?

Whether you’re a group of friends, a couple on their honeymoon, or a family looking for a fun place to spend spring break, Cabo has an all-inclusive resort you can look forward to staying at.

Let’s look at 12 of the area’s best all-inclusive resorts in Los Cabos!

How To Get to Los Cabos, Mexico

First, a little geography lesson. The region on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula that you may think of as “Cabo” is really “Los Cabos,” the name for the region that includes both Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. Technically, “Cabo” refers to Cabo San Lucas, which is known to be the livelier part of the area.

In recent years, though, resort development has spread further into San José del Cabo, which is why you’re starting to hear the term “Los Cabos” more often to refer to the entire region.

Regardless of where you stay in the area, you’ll likely fly to San José del Cabo International Airport (SJD). The area’s other airport, Cabo San Lucas International Airport (CSL), is reserved for private jets and other small aircraft.

A map of Los Cabos and the surrounding area.
Los Cabos sits on the tip of Baja California Sur, Mexico. Image Credit: Visit Los Cabos

Most major airlines in the U.S. serve San José del Cabo International with flights from at least one of their hubs. It’s a very convenient destination for those living on the West Coast and in the Southwest, as it’s just a couple of hours by air from major cities, including Austin, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Diego, and more.

Getting from SJD to your resort, whether in Cabo San Lucas or San José del Cabo, will take at least a half hour by car.

What Is an All-Inclusive Resort?

An all-inclusive resort includes accommodations, most or all meals and drinks, and some activities with the room rate. The most attractive part of an all-inclusive resort is that you can have a complete vacation without ever having to leave your resort for 1 price. If you want to do an excursion or tour that takes you off the resort, a concierge can likely help you make those arrangements.

Some items that may not be included in an all-inclusive resort are top-shelf liquors, excursions outside the property, and some meals at specialty restaurants.

Hot Tip:

You can usually make payments on your all-inclusive vacation, allowing you to slowly pay for your vacation over time. For families and those making a large investment on their trip, this can be a game-changer for making a vacation possible.

The resorts in this guide are organized by traveler type: adults-only, couples, and families:

  • Adult-only resorts require guests to be 18 years old to check in, but guests don’t necessarily have to be couples. In fact, some of the resorts listed below would be great for groups of friends traveling together.
  • A resort designed for couples might be great for a honeymoon, relaxation, or wellness.
  • A family-friendly all-inclusive resort has specific activities for kids, teens, and adults to ensure the whole family has a great vacation.

The 4 Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Los Cabos for Adults

1. Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa

An aerial image of the pool at Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa overlooking the ocean.
Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa is a fun, adults-only, all-inclusive resort in the heart of Cabo. Image Credit: Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa

Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa is the perfect resort for adults looking to have a ton of fun on their vacation. Thanks to the resort’s prime location on the Cabo marina and a daytime DJ at 1 of its 2 pools, there’s no shortage of energy at this resort.

In addition to what can only be considered a “party pool,” the resort also has a much quieter and smaller pool near one of the dining venues when you first enter the resort. Activities available from the resort include paddleboards, kayaks, snorkel gear, and more at the beach below the resort. Additional social activities include bubble parties and the Carnival of Champagne, a carnival-themed Champagne-fueled pool party.

There are almost a dozen restaurants and bars at Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa. Buffet-style restaurant Spoon serves breakfast and lunch, while The Nook is a cafe that serves coffee and snacks throughout the day. You can find burgers and snacks at beachside restaurant Barefoot Grill for lunch. For dinner, check out tapas restaurant Bites, Mediterranean eatery Kibbeh, or Fish Nets, which serves grilled specialties. Ocote serves Mexican cuisine for an additional charge of $45 per person.

Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa has club-level rooms that grant access to the Xhale Club Lounge. The lounge offers a personalized concierge, a continental breakfast, and top-shelf spirits. Club-level rooms also include an upgraded minibar and bath amenities, and guests can enjoy complimentary dining at Ocote.

Rates at Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa start at $484 or 25,000 World of Hyatt points per night for 2 adults.

2. Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos

The pool at Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos.
La Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos is a wellness-focused, adults-only resort. Image Credit: Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos

Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos features luxury amenities such as a butler, wellness experiences, fine dining, and complimentary hydrotherapy. It’s an ideal resort for adults who want to stay active during their vacation.

Fitness and workout activities abound. Functional training, aquatic spinning, yoga, and personal training are just some ways to spend your time. The resort can help you arrange off-property excursions such as sunset sailing, ATV rides, and whale watching. You can also relax on-site with a private cabana or enjoy a private dinner on the beach.

Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos has 8 fine dining and bar venues. Cuisines include French at Lumière, Lebanese food at Habibi, and contemporary Asian at Yama. The resort also offers seafood, international cuisine, and pizza.

Rates at Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos start at $1,063 per night for 2 adults.

3. Marquis Los Cabos

A photo of Marquis Los Cabos from the ocean featuring 3 pools and hills in the background.
Marquis Los Cabos overlooks the Sea of Cortez. Image Credit: Marquis Los Cabos

Marquis Los Cabos is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, a collection of luxury and ultra-luxury hotels — this particular example is a beachfront, all-inclusive resort with sweeping views of the Sea of Cortez.

The adults-only property offers a roster of daily activities, nightly entertainment, and theme nights. Resort activities include wine tastings, dance classes, mixology, and cooking lessons. In-suite amenities include Molton Brown toiletries, bathrobes, slippers, and nightly turndown service. A fitness center, infinity pools, and concierge services are all included, and you can book tours and off-property activities at an additional cost. The on-site spa offers treatment packages as well as à la carte treatments.

There are 6 included bars and restaurants at Marquis Los Cabos in addition to in-room dining. Some of the dining venues include poolside restaurant Dos Mares, which serves seafood specialties; Sakke, which features Teppanyaki tables; and Vista Ballenas, which serves buffet breakfast, international lunch, and Mexican cuisine for dinner. Contemporary French restaurant Canto Del Mar is not included in the all-inclusive rate, and reservations are required at least 24 hours in advance.

Rates at Marquis Los Cabos start at $669 per night for 2 adults.

4. Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort

The pool and hotel view of Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf and Spa Resort.
Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort is a quiet resort for those hoping to relax. Image Credit: Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort

Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort is nestled in a quiet area of Los Cabos, away from the hustle and bustle. Though the hotel has a DJ at the main pool most days, it’s not a party resort and is an option for adults who want a healthy balance between relaxation and fun. The Secrets brand is a part of World of Hyatt’s Inclusive Collection.

Daytime and nighttime entertainment at the resort includes cooking and Spanish lessons, theme nights, and wine and tequila tastings. Due to the resort being on a non-swimmable beach, guests cannot do water activities. However, an infinity pool overlooks the ocean, and Preferred Club guests have a private pool and hot tub. Beach and pool volleyball are available, and guests can access the Puerto Los Cabos Golf Course next door for a fee.

Preferred Club guests get extra amenities such as personalized check-in, premium liquors, and personal concierge service. In addition to a private pool and hot tub, in-room amenities include a pillow menu and an upgraded minibar.

Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort has a dozen bars and restaurants. Cuisines include Italian at Portofino, Seafood at Oceana, Pan-Asian at Himitsu, and traditional Mexican at El Patio. All restaurants are included in the all-inclusive rate.

Rates at Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort start at $379 or 25,000 World of Hyatt points per night for 2 adults.

Hot Tip:

Find the best ways to earn World of Hyatt points in our complete guide!

The 4 Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Los Cabos for Couples

1. Grand Velas Boutique Los Cabos

Grand Velas Boutique Hotel Los Cabos lobby view
Grand Velas Boutique Los Cabos is the adults-only counterpart to Grand Velas Los Cabos. Image Credit: Grand Velas Boutique Hotel Los Cabos

Grand Velas Boutique Los Cabos features just 79 suites on a private beach. Its sister property is the family-friendly Grand Velas Los Cabos. Guests staying at the boutique hotel can access to the larger property’s restaurants, bars, pools, and spa.

Like many hotels in Los Cabos, the beach is not appropriate for swimming. However, guests can spend their time at the pool or lounging on the beach with poolside food and beverage service. There are recreational activities, an agave tasting room, and a 24-hour personal concierge.

As it’s a small property, Grand Velas Boutique Los Cabos offers just 2 restaurants. Buffet and à la carte options can be found for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at Del Mar restaurant. Meanwhile, guests can order à la carte dishes at Loto, the hotel’s Japanese-inspired restaurant. Premium beverages can be enjoyed at any of the hotel’s 3 bars.

Rates at Grand Velas Boutique Hotel Los Cabos start at $1,178 per night for 2 adults.

2. Paradisus Los Cabos

The view of Paradisus Los Cabos's pool and hotel area surrounded by palm trees and ample lounge chairs.
Paradisus Los Cabos is a fun resort for couples. Image Credit: Paradisus Los Cabos

Paradisus Los Cabos features 4 pools, a swimmable beach, live evening entertainment, sports such as beach volleyball, and even a 2-story nightclub. All-inclusive activities include yoga, Zumba classes, cultural shows, and several workshops. The large resort has 7 bars, including swim-up and beach bars.

For an even more exclusive experience, you could consider booking at The Reserve at Paradisus Los Cabos. The Reserve has designated private areas and a private pool. Concierge services available to The Reserve guests include a personal butler and reservations at local restaurants.

Choose from a variety of restaurants at Paradisus Los Cabos. Naos serves an international buffet breakfast, while Tokimeku features Asian dishes, including sushi. Sal Steak Cave is available at an additional cost. The Reserve guests get 1 complimentary dinner at Sal Steak Cave.

Rates at Paradisus Los Cabos start at $590 per night for 2 adults.

3. Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort

An aerial photo of Pueblo Bonito Pacifica's pool and lounge areas overlooking the ocean.
Pueblo Bonito Pacifica is a popular all-inclusive resort in Cabo. Image Credit: Pueblo Bonito Pacifico

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort was listed as one of the top 500 hotels by Travel + Leisure in 2023. The adults-only all-inclusive resort is located on the beach and is just a few minutes by car to downtown Cabo San Lucas.

Guests of Pueblo Bonito Pacifica can partake in several on-property activities, including beach yoga, dance lessons, and wine and tequila tastings. The full-service spa, Armonia, offers body treatments, a beauty salon, and a fitness center. The hotel’s location is convenient for a night out on the town or shopping in Cabo.

Within Pueblo Bonito Pacifica is The Towers, a luxurious resort-within-a-resort. The Towers features 47 guest rooms and suites, all with private terraces, and 6 suites with private plunge pools. Each room comes with 24-hour butler service. There’s also an oceanfront VIP lounge and beachfront fine-dining restaurant, Peninsula, exclusive to The Towers guests.

There are 7 bars and restaurants to choose from at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica. Siempre serves international cuisine and is open for all meals, including Sunday brunch. Peninsula Restaurant is open for dinner and serves local Baja cuisine. Peninsula Bar is an outdoor bar that serves tapas and cocktails all day. And be sure to check out Pescados, the resort’s sushi restaurant (reservations are recommended).

Rates at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica start at $353 per night for 2 adults.

4. Zoëtry Casa Del Mar Los Cabos

An aerial photo of the pool and beach at Zoetry Casa del Mar Los Cabo.
Zoëtry Casa Del Mar Los Cabos has a wellness-focused concept. Image Credit: Zoëtry Casa Del Mar Los Cabos

Zoëtry Casa Del Mar Los Cabos is located along the Tourist Corridor connecting Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. The 61-suite boutique resort is a part of the World of Hyatt Inclusive collection and focuses on well-being.

Relaxation is the goal at this resort — don’t expect to find a party atmosphere. Activities include 4 pools, including an infinity pool, daily afternoon tea, yoga, and a 20-minute wellness experience. Craft, dance, painting, and reflexology classes are also available. Spa treatments, such as a 3D collagen shock treatment and a citrus scrub, can be enjoyed at Zoëtry Spa.

Although it’s a small property, Zoëtry Casa Del Mar Los Cabos has 4 bars and restaurants. Mexican restaurant El Arroyo and Seafood eatery Saltwater are open for lunch and dinner all year. The restaurants alternate breakfast service throughout the year, with only El Arroyo open for the first meal of the day during the summer.

Rates at Zoëtry Casa Del Mar Los Cabos start at $496 or 35,000 World of Hyatt points per night for 2 adults.

The 4 Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Los Cabos for Families

1. Garza Blanca Resort & Spa

The pools and beach view with lots of umbrellas and palm trees at Garza Blanca Los Cabos.
Garza Blanca Resort & Spa is a luxury family-friendly beach resort. Image Credit: Garza Blanca Resort & Spa

Garza Blanca Resort & Spa is a luxurious, family-friendly beach resort with amenities for the whole family. The resort has an all-inclusive plan, but guests can also choose room-only rates. The resort considers travelers who are 12 years old or younger to be children.

For those traveling with little ones, the resort offers plenty of the creature comforts you have at home, so there’s no need to overpack. You can request baby bottle sterilizers, strollers, bouncers, and even a baby monitor for use during your stay. Kid-friendly amenities include kid-sized robes and slippers, a handcrafted toy, and coloring books with games. The kids’ club has activities like sandcastle building, face painting, and video games. There are 8 pools throughout the resort and a long list of activities for every age group.

Adults and parents can find peaceful moments around the resort. Cooking classes, water sports, and kid-free experiences on the rooftop are available. The spa and its amenities are reserved for guests 18 and older.

There are 7 bars and restaurants at Garza Blanca Resort & Spa. Cuisines to look forward to include Italian at Noi, Japanese at Hiroshi, and modern steakhouse Bocados. You can also check out the Beach Raw Bar food truck!

All-inclusive rates at Garza Blanca Resort & Spa start at $519 per night for a family of 4.

2. Grand Velas Los Cabos

Grand Velas Los Cabos
Grand Velas Los Cabos was voted the #1 luxury hotel in Mexico by Tripadvisor in 2023. Image Credit: Grand Velas Los Cabos

Grand Velas Los Cabos is another luxurious, family-friendly hotel with ocean views from every room.

Activities include yoga and mixology classes, as well as Mexican cooking classes. The resort also hosts ModuVated classes taught by trainers who specialize in Pilates, yoga, kickboxing, and other modalities. The hotel has a yacht that you can reserve through the concierge.

This property has clubs designed specifically designed for both kids and teens. Each is open daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. These hours are great for parents who want to enjoy a leisurely or late dinner but don’t want to hire a babysitter.

The kids’ club is available for children aged 4 to 12 and offers activities like piñata making, a splash area, and a covered playground. The teens’ club is for those aged 13 to 18 and features karaoke, pool tables, and gaming pods.

There are 7 gourmet restaurants at Grand Velas Los Cabos. Cuisines include French, Italian, Mexican, and seafood, plus a steakhouse and an international buffet. Cocina de Autor is the star of the hotel’s restaurants — it’s famous for serving an 8- to 10-course tasting menu prepared by a 2-star Michelin chef.

Rates at Grand Velas Los Cabos start at $1,447 per night for a family of 4.

3. Hard Rock Los Cabos

The pool and water slides at Hard Rock Los Cabos.
Hard Rock Los Cabos features water slides and other fun things to do. Image Credit: Hard Rock Los Cabos.

Kids’ clubs are fun and all, but a waterslide takes a beach vacation to the next level. Hard Rock Los Cabos has waterslides and so much more for families traveling to Cabo.

Hard Rock Los Cabos has 2 clubs for kids and teens. Kids 4 to 12 can spend time at Hard Rock Roxity Kids’ Club to do crafts, play games and sports, and participate in evening activities like karaoke. In The Zone Teen Club has things like a pool table, Xbox, and board games entertain older kids. The teen club is open for kids younger than 12, but they must be accompanied by an adult.

There are 6 pools at Hard Rock Los Cabos, including 1 adults-only pool. Rock Spa features a fully immersive music-centric spa menu that incorporates the vibrations of music into a relaxing massage or facial. Daily and evening activities such as a circus or Rock show are included in the all-inclusive rate.

There are 8 restaurants to choose from, including Brazilian steakhouse Ipanema. Other cuisines include Mexican at Los Gallos, pizzas at Pizzeto, Italian at Ciao, and an international buffet at The Market. In-room dining is available 24 hours a day.

Rates at Hard Rock Los Cabo start at $554 per night for a family of 4.

4. Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos

Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos
Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos is a family-friendly all-inclusive resort by World of Hyatt. Image Credit: Katie Seemann

Hyatt Ziva is the family-friendly sister brand to adults-only Hyatt Zilara by World of Hyatt. At Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos, there’s something fun for each family member.

In addition to a kids’ club, the biggest draw to this resort is the 5 waterslides and mini water park. There’s also an infinity pool, an adults-only swim-up bar, and a KidZ pool. One included activity that kids might find exciting is a magic act as part of the live entertainment offering. Tequila and wine tastings are available for adults, as are a spa and fitness center.

There are 14 bars and restaurants at Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos. At La Plaza, the youngest guests can indulge in the kids’ buffet at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Additional restaurants and cuisines at the resort include steakhouse Hacienda Baja Grill, sushi and Japanese cuisine at Dozo, and French at Bon Vivant. For a casual meal of pasta, salads, and pizza near the beach, check out Zaffiro. Reservations are not required at any of the restaurants, and the bars are reserved for only adults.

Rates at Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos start at $608 or 35,000 World of Hyatt points per night for a family of 4.

How To Book an All-Inclusive Resort in Los Cabos

While large hotel brands have made major moves to acquire and open all-inclusive resorts in recent years, plenty are still not bookable with points. For those that are, you can simply redeem hotel points or award nights for a free stay. You can also transfer credit card points, such as Chase Ultimate Rewards points to the World of Hyatt program at a 1:1 ratio.

But for those resorts that aren’t easily redeemable with hotel points, you’ll have to pay cash for your stay. Fortunately, there are typically ways to redeem points for all or part of your stay and/or earn points for the purchase, at the very least.

Book an All-Inclusive Resort Through a Travel Portal

All of the major transferable point programs — American Express Membership Rewards, Bilt Rewards, Capital One Miles, Chase Ultimate Rewards, and Citi ThankYou Rewards — offer a travel portal through which you can book hotels. Depending on which card you have, you may receive an annual travel credit that you can use to save on your vacation. For example, the Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card comes with a $300 Capital One Travel credit you can redeem for travel booked through Capital One Travel.

Even if your card doesn’t offer you an annual travel credit, or if the credit is small, you’ll likely earn bonus points on your hotel booking made through your credit card’s travel portal. Those with The Platinum Card® from American Express earn 5x points on prepaid hotels booked through AmexTravel.com.

When booking travel through a travel portal, you can redeem points to pay for some or all of your booking. This isn’t the best way to use your points, but it can save you money on accommodations.

Book Directly With the Hotel or Through a Trusted OTA

If you can’t redeem hotel points for your all-inclusive vacation, the next best thing is to book directly with the resort on its website. Booking directly with the resort usually ensures that you’re getting the best deal and reduces the chance that the resort will lose your reservation. Another option is booking through an OTA or online travel agent like Expedia. These sites often offer their own loyalty program and a way for you to save on current and future travel packages.

No matter how you reserve your all-inclusive resort, be sure to use the right credit card. The Venture portfolio of credit cards from Capital One earns an unlimited 2x miles on every purchase and allows you to redeem your Capital One miles for travel purchases. So if you use your credit card to pay for a hotel, either directly or through an OTA, you can cover your purchase with the miles you earn. Miles are redeemed in the form of a statement credit.

Best Credit Cards To Pay for an All-Inclusive Resort

The best credit card to use to pay for an all-inclusive resort will depend on how you book. If you’re booking a resort that’s part of a major chain, it makes sense to pay for it with a co-branded hotel credit card that will earn you bonus points. At an all-inclusive resort, you’ll also get your elite status perks and earn elite-qualifying nights. For World of Hyatt reservations, use The World of Hyatt Credit Card to earn up to 9x points on Hyatt stays and a free night certificate after each cardmember anniversary.

If you’re not staying at a hotel brand that you have a credit card for or loyalty to, the next best thing is to use a credit card that will earn you transferrable points. When booking through their respective travel portals, you can earn 10x miles on hotels with the Capital One Venture X card and 5x points on prepaid hotels with the Amex Platinum card. The Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card earns 5x points on travel booked through Chase Travel, while the Chase Sapphire Reserve® earns 10x points on hotels booked through Chase Travel.

Final Thoughts

An all-inclusive vacation in Cabo is a fun and relaxing way to spend time away from home. Whether you’re going as a couple, with a group of friends, or with your kids and family, Cabo has a resort for every type of traveler.

The information regarding the Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer.
The information regarding The World of Hyatt Credit Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer.

For rates and fees of The Platinum Card® from American Express, click here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it worth getting all-inclusive in Cabo San Lucas?

Whether or not an all-inclusive in Cabo San Lucas is worth it will depend on the traveler. For those looking to drink heavily on vacation or families with multiple travelers, being able to save on drinks or meals makes an all-inclusive resort appealing. However, if you prefer to explore off of the resort, for example, an all-inclusive may not be worth it.

Is Cabo nicer than Cancun?

“Cabo” and Cancún are both nice, though they are different. East Coast travelers may find Cabo to be too far away and that Cancún is the perfect distance away. Cancun’s beaches are more swimmable whereas the Los Cabos area may be a more welcoming destination for doing things off the property.

What’s the tipping practice in Cabo at all-inclusive resorts?

As with other all-inclusive resorts, it’s customary to follow the same tipping rules as at a traditional hotel. Depending on how much you would like to leave, you can expect to tip the porter/bellhop, housekeeping, bartender, and servers.

What does all-inclusive mean in Cabo?

An all-inclusive resort includes most meals, drinks, and activities in the price of your accommodation. Some resorts will offer restaurants, activities, or some top-shelf liquor at an additional fee.

How much is the average cost of an all-inclusive trip to Cabo?

According to cabovisitor.com, most all-inclusive resorts in Cabo start at $500 per night for 2 adults sharing a room.

Ashley Onadele's image

About Ashley Onadele

Ashley discovered a love for travel in college that’s continued as her family has grown. She loves showing parents how they can take their families on trips using points and has contributed to numerous publications and podcasts.

INSIDERS ONLY: UP PULSE

Deluxe Travel Provided by UP Pulse

Get the latest travel tips, crucial news, flight & hotel deal alerts...

Plus — expert strategies to maximize your points & miles by joining our (free) newsletter.

We respect your privacy. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA. Google's privacy policy  and terms of service  apply.

Deluxe Travel Provided by UP Pulse
DMCA.com Protection Status