Long known as a tourist area, Los Cabos is mature in its services and amenities, and offers a huge range of hotels, resorts, and condos for accommodation. The area is divided into three main areas for accommodations – Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo, and the tourist strip between them. Cabo San Lucas is a bustling town with plenty of night life. I have to mention Los Tres Gallos restaurant, where I enjoyed a full Mexican eating experience – complete with serenade! The hotels along the Cabo San Lucas shoreline are at the centre of the action. Close to the famous Arch of Cabo San Lucas, this area offers predominately smaller properties, often with kitchenettes. It also offers swimmable beaches, a rarity in the heavy-surf region of Los Cabos.
Twenty minutes east lies San Jose del Cabo, a quieter, more laid-back town. Here, a wide mix of all-inclusive resorts, hotels and condos are available for all tastes and budgets.
Larger all-inclusive resorts for families and adults alike populate the tourist strip. I stayed at Le Blanc Spa Resort, a luxury adult only all-inclusive resort that set a new standard of all-inclusive for me that will be hard to match in my future travels.