When visiting most tourist destinations, travelers don’t spend much time at their hotels, but in Los Cabos, it’s a little bit different — because the all-inclusive resorts have so much to offer. From keeping you busy to feeding you well and providing a place of supreme comfort for relaxation, Los Cabos’ all-inclusive resorts are all about the guest experience.
Here are the top 7 reasons you won’t want to leave your Los Cabos all-inclusive:
At many of the all-inclusive resorts in Los Cabos, there are a surprising amount of activities included with the all-inclusive plan. This will typically include daily activities organized by the resort, most non-motorized water sports, and the use of fitness facilities on the property. Most RIU all-inclusive resorts, for example, offer fitness activities, host pool parties, and have tennis and volleyball courts.
24-Hour In-Room Dining
One of the best features that many of the all-inclusive resorts in Los Cabos have is 24 in-room dining. Menus for late-night dining vary from one resort to the next, but usually, there is a little bit of everything, offering a bunch of different choices. With the option of having great food delivered to your room or suite any time of day, you don’t ever have to leave if you don’t want to.
In addition to activities, most all-inclusive resorts offer some type of entertainment on a daily or weekly basis somewhere on the property. This can be live music at an outdoor restaurant, a DJ at one of the resort’s bars, and even performance shows. Theme nights are also a common form of entertainment in all-inclusive resorts and usually have some form of related performance to go with them, like the Marquis Los Cabos’ Mexican Night, which features Mexican dance performances.
Typically all-inclusive resorts in Los Cabos have more than one pool and some as many as five or more, depending on the size of the resort. In family-friendly resorts, it’s common to see the number of pools on the higher end of that estimate because there will usually be both family-friendly and adult-only pools. Most adult-only pools will even have swim-up or floating bars there to provide those endless premium drinks that are included.
All-Inclusive dining in resorts in some places consists mostly of mediocre buffet meals and maybe a couple of sit-down restaurant choices for dinner, but subpar food is not a common thing at Los Cabos all-inclusives. While some do offer buffet meals as well, many have unbelievable gourmet restaurants onsite that are part of the all-inclusive package. Typically there will be a variety of international options, steakhouses, seafood restaurants, and of course, there will likely be a Mexican restaurant on the property as well.
Pretty much all of the all-inclusive resorts in Los Cabos have beaches just beyond the resort’s pools, and some of these are even private beaches. Certain resorts will also provide loungers on the beach for their guests to use, usually at no cost unless you want something more private and elaborate, like a canopied beach bed. It’s important to determine if the beach at your resort is swimmable, though, because many of them are not due to strong rip currents and other factors that make many Los Cabos beaches dangerous.
Fun For The Kids
In addition to various pool and beach activities that will keep kids busy during a Los Cabos vacation, many resorts will have areas specifically for kids. In some resorts, there are even separate areas for younger children and for teenagers, with age-appropriate activities in each. Often there will also be movie nights and other organized events and activities for kids as well, giving both kids and parents the break they need during their Los Cabos vacation.
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