Where to Stay inCabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas is also characterized by its luxurious and impressive hotel infrastructure. Here is a list of some of these luxurious resorts and hotels. CASA RAFAEL’S Boutique Constructed over an antique family house, and completely renovated, this unique hotel has 10 rooms, a pool and an excellent piano bar. Calle Médano y Camino Pescador Phone (624) 143 0739 CABO SURF HOTEL & SPA Boutique 22 comfortable rooms in this original exclusive, separate and safe concept, offering a boutique hotel in front of the sea. San Jose del Cabo http://www.cabosurfhotel.com VILLA LA ESTANCIA 6 stars This exclusive 6 stars hotel offers everything a hotel in its category should provide. Rooms with a view of the beautiful gardens or sea, with access to many amenities (spa, tennis courts, exclusive restaurants, etc.) Camino viejo a San Jose Km. 0.5 Phone (624) 143 8121 http://www.villaestancia.com LOS CABOS PENTHOUSE 6 stars Everything you could want from a luxurious villa, the amenities of a six star hotel plus the best water sports and beach activities. http://www.villa-la-estancia.com PLAYA GRANDE BEACH RESORT 5 stars Ideal for relaxing and enjoying your vacations, this luxurious hotel located on Solmar beach offers a warm stay among a Mexican style infrastructure. Av. Playa Grande #1 Phone 800 344 3349 http://www.playagranderesort.com ME BY MELIA CABO Located on Medano beach, this is a paradise for sun lovers, where you will find cozy rooms with a view of the beach and “Earth’s End” Playa el Médano S/N Phone (624) 145 7800 http://www.solmelia.com

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