Due to Hurricane Odile, many properties in Los Cabos are currently closed. We will follow up with more information on hotel openings as it becomes available.
With flights less than 2 hours from LA and 3 hours from SF, Cabo can be a great long-weekend destination for Angelenos and San Franciscans. Just make sure to budget in an extra hour for customs once you hit Mexico when calculating trip time! Situated on the Baja California Peninsula between the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific, Cabo caters to LA weekenders and jetset and has several luxury hotels. The top hotels are CAPELLA, LAS VENTANAS, THE ONE & ONLY PALMILLA and for a true Unique & Chic experience the Culinary Cottages at Flora's Farms. Of these, CAPELLA is far and away the standout in service and décor; it is my preferred place to stay for everything-made-easy. The one issue to note: its Pacific location makes it a little breezier year round, a bonus in the summer, but not ideal in winter months. Also, swimming in the Pacific is rough and often not allowed, whereas the Sea of Cortez is warmer and more tranquil. For a true rustic chic experience, The Farm, a ten acre organic farm, is intriguing; not a top pick due to the fact that the price tag doesn’t justify the lack of exposure to beach or ocean, in a locale that is typically a real beach destination.
Bikini, Board Shorts, Sunglasses, Sundresses, a Light Sweater/Jacket for evenings and a Good Book
||Capella Pedregal||Los Cabos||Luxury||$675.00||8|
||Las Ventanas al Paraiso||Los Cabos||Luxury||$564.00||10|
||Rancho Pescadero||Los Cabos||Unique||$200.00||10|
||One&Only Palmilla||Los Cabos||Luxury||$405.00||Coming soon|