Los Cabos as a whole specializes in high-end hotels, but with the burgeoning number of resorts being built in the area, some bargains can be found in all-inclusive resorts. In general, the beachfront hotels along the Corridor and on Playa Medano are the most costly.
It's probably best to stay in the location that best fits your interests: Cabo San Lucas will suit if you like to party, fish or be within walking distance of a beach.
Choose a Corridor resort if you're looking for quiet seclusion and an all-inclusive-type experience. Some resorts offer luxurious suites with custom furnishings, as well as a spa and world-class dining. These resorts typically have the most function space and family-friendly programs and are suitable to the wedding market. Unless you have a car, getting to Cabo San Lucas from the Corridor requires a taxi.
Be aware that the bars in Cabo San Lucas are very loud, and the sound carries to downtown hotels. On Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter and three-day U.S. holiday weekends such as Labor Day and Memorial Day, hotels are packed—advance reservations are a must.
Private-home rentals are available, too.
The high season, when tourism is at its peak, is November-May. Many resorts and hotels offer summer low-season discounts to attract visitors.
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