Need to know
A total of 105, including 29 suites.
Both check-out and check-in times are flexible, subject to availability.
Double rooms from $425.00, excluding tax at 34 per cent.
Rates exclude breakfast (from $35), but include items from the minibar and coronitas, chips and guacamole delivered to your room each afternoon.
For the culinarily inclined, Don Manuel's restaurant offers a range of cooking classes, as well as tequila and wine courses.
dir="ltr">Refurbishment works to make the resort ever more eco-friendly will be taking place from 4 to 19 September 2019 between the hours of 9am and 8pm; guests may experience some noise disruption. During this period the Luna y Mar spa will be temporarily relocated to a suite and a special daily rate will include buffet breakfast at Don Manuel’s restaurant
At the hotel
Spa with 10 treatment rooms; CD/DVD library; free WiFi throughout; gym. In rooms: flatscreen TV, iPod dock, CD/DVD player, minibar, Nespresso machine.
Our favourite rooms
Each room has ocean views and a plunge pool, and all are decorated with brightly coloured Mexican art. Of them, Vistamar 344, an Estrella Suite on the top floor of its building, has a fire pit and sweeping views, along with a sitting room. For added privacy, the One Bedroom Beachfront Suites have the best views, their own gardens and a patio by the sea.
The heated infinity pool by Don Manuel restaurant is open to adults and there’s a saltwater pool in the spa. By the beach club, there’s an all-ages infinity pool, as well as a children’s pool with a rock fountain. Though the hotel is on the beach, the ocean currents are too strong for swimming, so stick to the pools.
Luna y Mar spa offers yoga and a full menu of spa services (a candlelit massage should help you relax) in the 10 treatment rooms all circling an outdoor spa pool.
Don’t fret if you forget the basics. The hotel shop, AlmArte, sells stylish dresses, sandals and swimwear, along with art and homewares, including the dishes, pillows and art found in many of the guest rooms. The hotel library holds a stash of books and games.
Pets are welcome. The hotel charges $150 per pet for animals to bed down, and will provide a food bowl.
Pets are welcome. The hotel charges $150 per pet for animals to bed down, and will provide a food bowl. See more pet-friendly hotels in Los Cabos.
The hotel is very kid-friendly. Cots for babies are available at no extra cost, babysitters can be arranged, and there is a kids’ club with half- and full-day programmes, as well as week-long arrangements. Rollaway beds are available for $75 a day.
Ages three and up.
The freestanding Premium Ocean-View Suites allow for the most privacy, and have full kitchens, helpful for feeding picky eaters.
The hotel has a dedicated kids’ club, with activity options ranging from a half-day to a full week of beach adventures. Club activities include scavenger hunts, movie nights, Spanish lessons and castle-building competitions. In addition, the staff can arrange horse riding, hikes and other family activities.
There is a dedicated kids’ pool near the Beach Club (no lifeguard, though), and children are welcome in the adjacent infinity pool.
The Beach Club has a children’s menu, with macaroni and cheese, pizza, tacos and snacks. There are highchairs available.
With notice, the hotel can arrange babysitting. The kids’ club also has a nighttime programme.