Royal Solaris was the first all-inclusive in Los Cabos, and it runs smoothly, with plenty of entertainment options and sports activities offered. Although it can feel a bit like an amusement park with all the activities, you will be entertained. There are four major dinner shows per week in their theater, Teatro Teotihuacan. There's a casino night, a Latin Show, and other themed nights as well. A complete Kids' Mini-Club area includes toboggan waterslides, dancing lessons,
and kites. Guests can play tennis, basketball, and beach volleyball. There are four categories of rooms, with half facing the ocean and half facing the street. To avoid a dated room, request one of the 100 rooms renovated in 2014.