On the more economical end of the four Pueblo Bonito properties in Los Cabos, the lively Pueblo Bonito Rosé boasts a great location; it’s conveniently situated within easy walking distance of the shops, restaurants, and nightlife of downtown Cabo. The best on-site restaurant (Fellini’s) isn’t part of the all-inclusive plan, guest reviews regarding service are somewhat inconsistent, and there are fewer on-site dining options at the Rosé than at its sister properties (there are just three, but there are another two at the sister hotel next door); but the resort offers an enormous central swimming pool, well above average food for an all-inclusive, a free shuttle to its sister properties (where guests have access to the restaurants and amenities), views of Land’s End, a very spacious fitness center, and a swimmable beach (which is somewhat rare for Los Cabos because of the undertow; the water here is the calmest in the area and the beach is quite nice). The 15,000-square foot spa, with 15 treatment rooms, is one of the better spas in the area. All accommodations are suites with kitchenettes and balconies, Greco-Roman style elements, and living areas; the Junior Suites can accommodate up to four and the Luxury Suites can accommodate up to six. There’s a great selection of water sports at the marina in the immediate vicinity, including whale watching, parasailing, scuba diving, and deep sea fishing. Guests also have access to the nearby Quivira Golf Club (one of the best golf courses in the world), which is only open to those staying at Pueblo Bonito properties.
Complimentary COVID-19 antigen tests are available on-site for all-inclusive guests returning to the United States (minimum three-night stay required, one test per person). Additional tests can be purchased for $17 USD per test.