A bit dated to compete with some of Cabos' more luxe properties, Mediterranean-style buildings curve around seemingly neverending grounds. Imitations of Roman busts guard reflecting pools, and Flemish tapestries adorn the lobby—this is definitely not your typical Cabo hotel. Even the Rosé's smallest suites can accommodate four people, and all have private balconies. Staff is gracious and attentive, and many guests return year after year because of this. You can opt for an all-inclusive plan should you choose.
Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, 23410, Mexico
624-142–9898; 800-990–8250-in U.S.
Feb 8, 2014
It isn't the newest hotel in town, but it's still nice, well-kept, in the absolutely perfect spot, and has the nicest staff around. Why go to one of their hotels off the beach when you could be at the Rose or the Blanco? (Now called the Los Cabos.)
Dec 4, 2008
Went here with my family this past summer and had a great time. The room was clean, and the staff was nice which made the experience really pleasant. The grounds are beautiful and we had a good time hanging out by the pool with the kids. It was a good place to have a family vacation for the price and we will definitely have to go back again.
Feb 15, 2008
On arrival - free breakfast (high pressured sales pitch). Family got sick immediately. Premises smelled of garbage. Couldn't walk on the beach as confronted aggressively, and hotel under major construction w/ dust everywhere. Walking paths wet with garbage water residue covered in flies/debris/grit. Golf carts were noisy and polluted the air. Couldn't get any chairs by the pool. A lot of biting insects. Family got ear infections from the dirty pool
water that had a heavy film on it.