Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Los Cabos area.
Los Cabos, “the capes,” are the two towns at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula of Mexico, which juts between the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez. On the Pacific side, Cabo San Lucas is regarded by many as the marlin fishing capital of the world. Its rock formations and endless stretches of beach, culminating in El Arco, a natural rock arch at the junction of the two seas, mark the ragged end of the continental land mass. A favorite of pirates, who rested here and found some protection among these natural formations, today’s visitors also can find many places to conceal themselves for a few magic moments from everything but the open sea. In addition to its unique natural beauty, Cabo San Lucas also offers the entire budget spectrum of hotels and resorts, nightclubs and mariachi bands that keep the Marina dancing around the clock, assisted by the world’s best Margueritas served everywhere. In contrast, the town of San Jose del Cabo, along the calmer Sea of Cortez, is on the less
rugged of the two coasts, where Baja has kept its original 18th century mission town architecture and ambiance well preserved. Both towns are linked by the Sierra de la Laguna chain which descend on either side to miles of soft, grassy desert dotted with palm trees and cactus, making Los Cabos a premier golf destination, in addition to its many other unique and magical qualities.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Los Cabos area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|·||Cabo San Lucas||·||San Jose del Cabo|
|Lodging in Cabo San Lucas, sometimes referred to as a miniature Acapulco, famous for its 'Lovers Beach,' which is accessible only by boat.||Lodging options located at the tip of the Baja peninsula with close access to Los Cabos International Airport (SJD).|
|Lodging in nearby communities such as La Paz and Todos Santos.|
Area Facts: In the summer, the water around Los Cabos reaches 80 degrees F., and you can see down to 120 feet. The international area code for Mexico is 52.
You can return to this page at any time by pressing on the "LodgingGuide" button in the left margin of the page.
Mexico City Lodging
Puerto Vallarta Lodging
San Diego Lodging
Palm Springs Lodging
San Jose, California - Silicon Valley
New York Lodging
Washington, D.C. Lodging
San Francisco Lodging
Las Vegas Lodging
|Other Versions:||En Español|
Cruise the Caribbean...
Visit the Cruise Ship Guide website for information about destinations and ships serving the Caribbean.
Copyright © 1999-2015, MetroGuide.com, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
LodgingGuide and LodgingGuide Los Cabos are service marks of MetroGuide.com, Inc.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
To list your property with the LodgingGuide service: Click Here.
To contact us at MetroGuide: Click Here.