Los Cabos is gaining popularity as one of the go-to tourist destinations for travelers heading to Mexico. The city’s hotels have incredibly high occupancy rates, and local officials have announced that the off-season in Los Cabos is shrinking more than ever. Increased demand brings higher prices, with hotels now averaging $417 per night. For travelers keeping track, that’s almost $150 more per night than 2019 rates.
With increasing rates and fewer available dates, some travelers may worry Los Cabos is growing out of their price range. However, we’ve found five top-rated stays in Los Cabos that cost less than $175 per night, including a 5-star stay right on the beach! The prices shown are for a one-week visit from October 11th to October 18th. All the prices below are inclusive of taxes and charges.
La Marina Inn – $160
Right across the street from the beach sits this charming hotel that will suit travelers looking for a more intimate stay than a large resort can offer. A restaurant with great reviews sits right on the property, and guests coming in for the day from fishing can bring their fresh catches to the chef for a memorable meal.
Medano Hotel and Suites – $167
The Medano Hotel is excellent for travelers looking for variety while on hotel grounds. Guests can enjoy pickleball, mini golf, croquet, and an outdoor heated pool. Guests looking for a relaxing day can head to the onsite spa, offering various treatment options. This hotel is a great location for a beach day or a shopping trip, just five minutes from Médano Beach and ten minutes from Puerto Paraiso Mall.
Hotel Los Patios – $118
The most affordable option on the list, Hotel Los Patios, is just five minutes from downtown. A quick ride into the city opens up many possibilities for the vibrant nightlife of Cabo San Lucas, and Palmilla and Santa Maria beaches are both close by. The property has an outdoor pool, a hot tub, and a restaurant on site. Each room has an outdoor hammock to relax with a good book after a long day at the beach.
The Bungalows Hotel – $150
Located just three blocks from downtown Cabo San Lucas, this exotic-styled hotel is the perfect home base from which to explore the area. Beautiful gardens and an outdoor swimming pool are on the property for guests to enjoy when they aren’t out exploring. A gourmet breakfast is served every morning at no additional cost. Médano Beach is a five-minute drive away, and downtown is only a ten-minute walk away.
Hacienda del Mar Los Cabos Resort, Villas & Golf – $160
This is definitely the most luxurious stay on this list and requires just a bit more legwork to book for below $175. Recently, we wrote about a new chrome extension that will reveal deep discounts on hotels. Once you have the extension, you can head to Priceline.com and search for hotels in Los Cabos. Filter by Express Deals and open properties until you see that the extension has revealed Hacienda del Mar Los Cabos Resort. By using this trick, the price goes from $293 per night to just $160 per night!
As for the hotel itself, guests will not be disappointed. Stunning outdoor pools, a fitness center, an onsite spa, and onsite car rentals are just some of the amenities guests can enjoy during their stay. The property has direct access to the beach, with chairs and umbrellas available for use. Enjoy a gorgeous sunset with a cocktail in hand before heading to one of the onsite restaurants for a delicious dinner.
There are so many things to do in Los Cabos that it’s impossible to get bored. Travelers can swim with dolphins, go ziplining, take a sailing tour, go whale watching, play a round of golf, or enjoy countless other activities. More and more travelers are discovering how much Los Cabos has to offer, and it will likely continue breaking records for years to come.
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