Fall is one of the best times to visit Los Cabos for a number of reasons.
Crowds thin out, temperatures are milder, some great events occur during the fall, and, most importantly, hotel rates are more affordable than in winter and spring.
In fact, Los Cabos’ average hotel rate has dropped down to around $500 a night as fall approaches, but there are a few things travelers need to know.
Los Cabos Hotels And All-Inclusives
If you have ever been to Los Cabos or have started your hotel research, then you know there are A LOT of lodging options to choose from.
Hotels and all-inclusive resorts range from basic chain hotels to luxurious all-inclusives that take all of the worries out of planning your Los Cabos vacation.
Just like these resorts range in size and amenities, they also range significantly in price.
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Average Nightly Rate Drops From $600
Just a few weeks ago, at the height of the summer travel season, it was reported that average nightly Los Cabos hotel rates were nearing $600.
The high average nightly rate is because Los Cabos has so much to offer and is continually growing in popularity.
The high standard of hospitality, high-end offerings, and amazing beaches are just a few of the factors that contribute to the destination’s popularity among travelers.
What You Can Get In Los Cabos For $500 A Night
What you’ll get for $500 a night in Los Cabos are some pretty luxurious hotels and all-inclusive resorts.
In fact, some of the best hotels and resorts in Los Cabos are going for around $500 a night this fall.
Some of the options, with prices for three nights, for dates in September are:
- Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort – $1,531
- ME Cabo – $1,465
- Solaz – $1,461
- Viceroy Los Cabos – $1,407
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What You Can Get In Los Cabos For Less Than $500 A Night
While $500 a night isn’t a bad price to pay for a five-star hotel, you’ll be surprised at what you can get for even less than that.
Some of the most popular and highly rated resorts fall into this price category.
Options for the same three nights in September, the 15th – 18th, include:
- Grand Fiesta Americana Los Cabos – $1,283
- Nobu Hotel Los Cabos – $1,190
- RIU Palace Cabo San Lucas – $994
The Difference Between Paying $500 A Night Or Paying Less
While the phrase “you get what you pay for” is often true, that doesn’t mean you can’t get a great Los Cabos resort for an affordable price.
To be sure, paying upwards of $500 a night will afford you the opportunity to stay at some pretty high-end resorts.
But the resorts you can book for $300 a night, like Nobu Los Cabos, are certainly nothing to shake a stick at.
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Flying To Los Cabos In The Fall
Typically in the fall, airlines will increase routes to popular vacation destinations like Los Cabos.
Currently, direct flights are available from 21 different U.S. cities and 4 Canadian cities.
But those numbers are likely to increase come fall and winter.
What To Do During A Fall Los Cabos Vacation
Fall is the best time to explore nature in Los Cabos due to the milder temperatures.
It’s much more comfortable hiking, horseback riding, ATVing, and even spending time on the beach when the temperature begins to drop a little.
Of course, there is no bad time to visit Los Cabos, but there’s a lot to be said for a fall Los Cabos vacation.
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