Los Cabos is a very unique destination. Known as a favorite vacation spot among A-list celebrities, Cabo shares a variety of luxury offerings that can provide travelers the feeling of vacationing like Hollywood’s finest. With its dramatic desert backdrops, its numerous and various beaches, luxury resorts, spas, golf courses and first-class restaurants, Los Cabos, located on the Southern tip of the Baja Peninsula on the Pacific side of Mexico, is definitely a different way to discover Mexico. There are many luxury world-class resorts and hotels in Cabo. And, since it’s the capital of extravagant living, you definitely have to embrace the Los Cabos lifestyle once there.
Following the passage of Hurricane Odile which ravaged in September 2014, several affected hotels decided to take this opportunity to renew themselves. It’s the case of the Mélia Hotels International group, which has chosen to transform the Mélia Los Cabos hotel into a luxurious all-inclusive Paradisus by Mélia complex. After two years of renovations that required the complete closure of the hotel, Paradisus Los Cabos opened in December 2016 in San José del Cabo, becoming Mexico’s fifth Paradisus branded property.
The luxurious all-inclusive resort now offers 350 rooms, including 98 in the Royal Service section, 30 family concierge suites and 28 suites with swim-up pools. With its four pools, seven bars and restaurants, a signature spa and fitness centre open 24 hours, Paradisus Los Cabos is the true definition of paradise – whether you are traveling with your family or with your spouse. With its “Adults-only” Royal Service section and its Family-Concierge reserved rooms, there’s a piece of paradise for everyone at Paradisus Los Cabos.
The hotel is located on one of the few swimmable beaches in the Cabo corridor, and is adjacent to a private golf club, the Cabo Real Golf Course. Paradisus Los Cabos also houses a brand new Congress Centre, which has been inaugurated a few months after the hotel opening. It is now the largest convention centre in the region, offering more than 13,500 square feet of meeting space. Another interesting fact about the hotel is that it is one of the few all-inclusive hotels on the Peninsula. It’s the perfect way to enjoy this posh destination without having to worry about anything.