A good economy all-inclusive option for families, Royal Solaris Los Cabos is one of the most affordable beach resorts in the area. The food is mediocre at best, on-site restaurant variety is below average for an all-inclusive, and the beach isn’t swimmable (a strong undertow and rip currents make the ocean too dangerous for swimming here; this is a common issue in the Los Cabos area, but it has a negative effect on the Overall Beach Resort Rating); but the resort offers a small water park for kids with small slides plus one larger slide, scuba training in the pool, beachfront and indoor jacuzzis, nightly themed shows, a nice basketball court, a decent fitness center, a kids club, a small spa, and a wide stretch of sand with beach volleyball. The service is mostly quite friendly, although timeshare pitches here can be aggressive. Off-site shops, restaurants, and water sports are available in the area.
Guests returning to the United States and staying four nights or more are eligible for a complimentary COVID-19 antigen test on-site, prior to departure (two people per room per stay). Additional tests can be purchased for $12 USD each (this is also the fee for guests staying less than four nights).