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Pueblo Bonito Pacifica review: Romance and relaxation on the menu!

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Part of the Pueblo Bonito group of deluxe Mexican resorts, the Pueblo Bonito Pacifica is the only one of the four PB resorts in Los Cabos that is purely all-inclusive.

Meals and drinks are included in the rates – of course!

We’d previously holidayed at the Pacifica property and written a Pueblo Bonito Pacifica review.

The Pueblo Bonito Pacific hugs a virtually private stretch of beach.
The Pueblo Bonito Pacific hugs a virtually private stretch of beach

On our most recent stay at Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach (its neighboring sister property), we were delighted to revisit the PB Pacifica for an evening – touring the resort and enjoying a lovely dinner.

And so we’ve now updated this review of Pueblo Bonito Pacifica.

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica review

Lounging poolside at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica
Lounging poolside at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica

There have been some changes (good ones) since we first bedded down at the resort.

But the thing that struck us the most is that it still has the same casually elegant air about it.

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Review - still quiet, sophisticated and for adults-only
Still quiet, sophisticated and for adults-only

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica is not a party place.

Rather, it’s a place to relax, to stroll the almost-private beach, maybe to play golf (at the Quivira Golf Club) – and to watch glorious sunsets while sipping seriously delicious artisanal cocktails.

Ready to chill? Welcome to the Pueblo Bonito Pacifica!
Ready to chill? Welcome to the Pueblo Bonito Pacifica!

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica rooms

The original accommodations are in 154 rooms.

This is in contrast to the condo-style units with kitchens or kitchenettes, found at Pueblo Bonito’s three other resorts in Cabo (we’ve stayed at all of them).

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica
We stayed in a deluxe oceanview room like this

Rooms are 350 square feet in size; two-room ocean-view suites have 689 square feet of space.

Sunlight filters through onyx accents inlaid in guestroom doors.

Beds have dreamy feather tops.

And terraces feature solid native wood furniture.

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica
Bathrooms have above-the-counter onyx sinks and walk-in showers

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Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Towers

Guest room in The Towers

The resort also has a more exclusive “hotel within a hotel” building, called The Towers (which opened in late 2016).

The 47 club-level rooms and suites come with personal butlers who offer siesta turn-down service among other perks.

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica restaurants

The Peninsula Bar at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica is a great place for cocktails before dinner.
The Peninsula Bar is a great place for cocktails before dinner

The resort has three restaurants onsite for dinner – Siempre for Mediterranean-style dishes, Pescados for sushi and sashimi, and Peninsula, Pacifica’s newest restaurant.

We started our evening with a tequila tasting at sunset – downing shots of Blanco, Reposado and Anejo (aged at least a year), finishing of with Mezcal.

It was fun to try the different recommended accompaniments with each – lime and salt with the Blanco, but orange and chili salt with the Reposado (a cool taste twist).

And then it was on to the Peninsula for fresh fish and organic veggies.

Dine at Peninsula at Puebo Bonito Pacifica for Baja-style cuisine.
Dine at Peninsula for Baja-style cuisine

Shiny new Pueblo Bonito amenities

As part of the expansion, the Pueblo Bonito Pacifica also added a new fitness center (a fabulous huge ocean-view space), along with a VIP lounge for guests of The Towers.

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Luxury Pueblo Bonito all-inclusive resort

We’re not usually fans of all-inclusives – at least those all-inclusives where cocktails are watered-down drinks and meals are conga lines of all-you-can-eat buffets.

But the Pueblo Bonito Pacifica met all our hotel standards.

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica
Looking back at the resort from the pool

For adults-only and with a large spa, the Pueblo Bonito Pacifica focuses on romance and relaxation.

So, yes, you can sip all the Italian bubbly or pina coladas you want.

But there’s no loud pool music or after-dark nightclub.

It’s just a very nice mellow place to enjoy a sun-and-sand vacay in Cabo San Lucas…

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica
The Fire and Ice Martini Bar is a popular spot for a nightcap

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica

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Photo credits: 3 © Janice and George Mucalov, SandInMySuitcase | Remaining photos (except #2) Pueblo Bonito Resorts


About the authors:

Janice and George Mucalov

Luxury travel journalists and SATW, NATJA and TMAC “Best Travel Blog” award winners, Janice and George are the owners and founders of Sand In My Suitcase. Between them, they’ve traveled to all 7 continents.

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Alison

Saturday 29th of June 2019

There are so many ads on this page that I gave up trying to read your review. Distraction. Distraction.

Janice and George

Saturday 29th of June 2019

Sorry to see you go! The ads help support this blog and provide income for us, the blog creators, so we can keep on providing (hopefully) valuable and useful travel information for readers like you :-).

Suze

Sunday 15th of February 2015

Pueblo Bonito looks lovely, the Fire and Ice Martini Bar would be perfect for taking in the sunset!

Rosalind

Wednesday 11th of February 2015

This looks like a lovely resort and I've stayed at many in Mexico. I'm not a fan of all- inclusives because I feel that that they keep visitors from exploring the real culture of the area, which includes food. It's understandable when it's in a remote area but I'd prefer cooking classes given by locals or eating at a street or beach stall to having to eat at a resort every day.

Shikha

Wednesday 11th of February 2015

Wow! I've done the all-inclusive thing a couple of times in Cuba and in the Playacar region of Mexico and although I quite enjoyed it, there was definitely that sense of after-dark nightclub and watered down drinks etc but this looks SO sophisticated and I've been keeping Cabo San Lucas on the list of places I want to travel to in the future. Looks like a wonderful resort!

Janice and George

Wednesday 11th of February 2015

Yes, Pueblo Bonito Pacifica doesn't fit the mold of what we usually think of as an "all-inclusive" resort. Actually, we're now discovering many more "all-inclusives" that are really wonderful places. They happen to be all-inclusive because they're in remote destinations, so food is part of the package. Like Baraza Resort & Spa and andBeyond Mnemba Island Lodge, both in Zanzibar. Anyway, you'll like Cabo when you visit :-).

Irene S. Levine

Monday 9th of February 2015

Looks like you found an unscathed part of Paradise. What a beautiful property~