Explore Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas HotelsPeople come to Cabo San Lucas for one reason, and that's to party. It's jam-packed with lively clubs and bars where the drink flows like water and the music is just as raucous, but it isn't only at night that the place comes alive. During the day you can soak up the sun or – if you're feeling adventurous – take part in some of the countless activities on offer, from banana boating to snorkeling, horse-riding to jet-skiing. Sun, sea, and sensational fun.Things to seeOne of the places where you'll struggle to find a spare inch at the height of the tourist season is Medano Beach – but that's only because of its good vibes, the cheap drinks, and the plentiful opportunities to go exploring the wider region. Whether just lazing on the sands or kayaking out to Lovers Beach for a more secluded time, this beach offers everything from organized drinking games and varied dining options with plenty of sumptuous seafood if you're in the market for the catch of the day. For a spectacular sight, not to mention the passport to some on-sea discovery, the Marina Cabo San Lucas is home to hundreds of docked yachts as well as plenty of shops catering to the well-heeled playboy lifestyle that goes with them. For another stunning sight, head to The Arch to see a natural rock formation which is a popular pilgrimage for snorkelers and whale watchers alike. Hotels in
Cabo San LucasEverything about the resort screams excess, so if you're looking to go to town on your accommodation you'll find plenty of hotels in Cabo San Lucas willing to pull out all the stops and offer five-star luxury. Some of the very top-end hotels offer private beaches, on-site golf courses, restaurants, and multiple outdoor swimming pools, while some also throw in service spas and health clubs. At the more reasonably priced end of the spectrum you'll still expect to find complimentary WiFi, flat-screen televisions, microwaves, and often on-site business facilities and fitness centers as standard. Many of the hotels are all-inclusive. Where to stayStaying in Cabo San Lucas itself throws you open to a huge array of experiences and activities, all within close walking distance. Down by the harbor you'll find a bar and shop-packed pedestrianized area which is also conveniently located for the Puerto Paraiso Mall – a great one-stop shop for any essential or fashion to keep you looking great for the nightlife. Avenida Lazaro Cardenas is one of the hippest areas to party in, thanks to its tempting foods and buzzing clubs, while the marina and surrounding areas are more geared towards tourists, with narrow streets along which you'll be offered souvenirs and other visitor-centric items. How to get to Cabo San LucasThe most likely route into Cabo San Lucas for international visitors is Los Cabos Airport which is around a 45 minute drive away from Cabo proper. There are a few options for transferring, with some hotels offering shuttles, while a shared bus ride will work out far less expensive than a taxi from the airport but you will need to share. When in Cabo San Lucas, a great way of exploring the area is via the Marina Cabo San Lucas where boats head off into the beautiful waters to give you an up-close view of the seas and islands which make this such an enchanting place.