Part of the Pueblo Bonito group of deluxe Mexican resorts, the Pueblo Bonito Pacifica is the only one in Cabo that is purely all-inclusive.
Meals (and drinks) are included in the rates.
Pueblo Bonito Pacifica
The original accommodations are in 154 rooms, as opposed to condo-style units with kitchens or kitchenettes, which is the case with the Pueblo Bonito’s three other resorts in Cabo. (We had previously checked these other resorts out on other visits.)
Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Towers:
The resort opened a more exclusive “hotel within a hotel” at The Towers in late December, 2016.
The 47 new club-level rooms and suites come with personal butlers who offer siesta turn-down service among other perks.
As part of the expansion, the Pueblo Bonito Pacifica also added a new fitness center and a new restaurant featuring Baja favorites, along with a new VIP lounge for guests of The Towers.
A luxury all-inclusive resort in Cabo San Lucas
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 our hotel standards. (And if you know me, these can be quite exacting – and therefore sometimes trying for George. In our relationship, I’m the fussy one; he’s more tolerant.)
But back to the story at hand…
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.
For more information, see the Pueblo Bonito Pacifica website.
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See our detailed review of the Pueblo Bonito Pacifica in our travel article “Seek Serenity at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort,” published by TravelAge West.
Photographs courtesy Pueblo Bonito Pacifica