The second-most upscale of the four Pueblo Bonito properties in Los Cabos (after the adults-only Pacifica property), the all-suite, all-inclusive (optional) Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach caters especially well to families, and has a relaxed vibe. The 52-acre blufftop resort attracts couples as well, boasting stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and its migrating whales that often pass by (the blufftop setting is great for sunsets, of course, too). The best restaurant, LaFrida, isn’t part of the all-inclusive plan and the ocean isn’t swimmable due to a strong undertow (this is a common problem in the Los Cabos area and has a negative effect on the Overall Beach Resort Rating); but the property offers an excellent swim-up bar and grill, a very expansive beachfront, delicious food for an all-inclusive with plenty of variety, a large fitness center, a cigar bar, a very good kids club with modern games and plenty of activities, and six alluring swimming pools. The outstanding Quivira Golf Club, which features stunning ocean views and a steakhouse, is right next door; it’s one of the best golf courses in the world and only Pueblo Bonito guests have access to it. Other activities include Spanish lessons, cooking classes, and dance classes, among more. The shops, restaurants, nightlife, and water sports of downtown Cabo aren’t far, but they’re not within walking distance. The steep, sprawling layout of the 635-room resort isn’t ideal in some ways for less mobile guests, but complimentary golf carts are available (and often necessary) for getting around. There’s also a free shuttle to the sister properties in the area, including Pueblo Bonito Rosé, where the beach is swimmable.
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.