The small, comfortable rooms at this affordable palapa-roofed, cactus-lined, and jungle-like hotel have brightly painted walls with murals and stained-glass windows above the headboards. The seven rooms on the lower level have refrigerators, and the two top-floor palapa suites are playful and funky, if a little bit noisy, due to their slightly open-air construction and the hotel's close proximity to downtown Cabo's festivities. Palapa #2 has a king bed and hot tub. For
a refreshing plunge, head to the rooftop deck with a tiny pool. A young, hip, international clientele frequents the Cabo Inn, with guests from Argentina, Germany, Ireland, Spain, and Sweden signing the guest book.
Apr 24, 2005
Stumbled upon this ultra-cool little place while getting my laundry done across the street. This is ultra cool! Rooftop palapa rooms are big and charming. Warning: You'd better like the sounds of the city! You can stay all week for the price of one night in a fancy suite elsewhere. Or, better yet rent the entire hotel for night!
Mar 16, 2005
Do not be mistaken: Cabo Inn is not the Ritz. It is a wonderful and simple little lodging in the heart of Cabo san Lucas. If you do not plan on spending lots of time in your room(Hey! This is Cabo! Get out there and do stuff!), Cabo Inn offers a clean place to rest your head. This property has Character! It offers a taste of old Mexico's ambience combined with modern funk.The very simple rooms border a central courtyard. The courtyard has a grill(DIY),
a few tables, and a TV. It really feels like hanging out at an old friend's house, without any of that foofy B&B business. Cabo's beachfront resorts are great in their own way with spas, poolside service, and five star dinning: but, if you want to hang-out or hide-out for an eigth the cost of being in resort land, Cabo Inn is the place for you.