The Riu Palace Cabo San Lucas all inclusive is located less than four kilometers from downtown Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Four golf courses lie between two and 19 kilometers of this property.
This Spanish-style property features a lobby with multi-hued marble floors, carved-beam ceilings and a dome hung with a massive wrought-iron chandelier. The resort offers 11 restaurants and bars that include the Misaki fine-dining Japanese restaurant, El Médano buffet restaurant and San José restaurant that serves international fare. Poolside, swim-up, beachfront and disco bars are positioned throughout the property. A combination Internet and game room offers four computers and free wireless Internet access. Guests can take advantage of complimentary wireless internet in the lobby. Two meeting and conference rooms are available. This property consists of identical twin complexes featuring freeform outdoor infinity pools with jetted sections and in-water lounges. A health club houses five twin-bed treatment rooms as well as women's and men's saunas. Services include massages, reflexology, body wraps and scrubs. The resort recently opened the Krystal Dining Room, a "New fusion restaurant" concept that blends 50 years of history, local ingredients and regional flavors.
The five-story Riu Palace Cabo San Lucas all inclusive offers 642 guestrooms with furnished balconies. Select suites offer views of the Sea of Cortez. Guestrooms include 27-inch satellite TVs, direct-dial phone and laptop compatible safe. Minibars are stocked with soft drinks, water and beer. Liquor dispensers yield tequila, rum, vodka and brandy. Sofa beds and loveseats are located in sitting areas beneath wood-paddle ceiling fans that circulate sea breezes. Décor includes tile floors, dark-wood furniture and burnt-orange fabrics that accent white ceilings and walls. Tile bathrooms feature dual-sink granite vanities, shower/tub combination, and Italian designer bath amenities. Complimentary wireless internet is available.