Cabo San Lucas & San Jose del Cabo Hotels, Condominiums and Resorts Hotels, Condos, Villas and Resort - Accommodations in Los Cabos, Mexico
Directory of condominiums, hotels and resorts in the Los Cabos area of Baja California Sur, Mexico, including Cabo San Lucas, The Tourist Corridor, San Jose del Cabo and the East Cape area. Detailed information on lodging options from quaint Bed and Breakfast Inns to luxury villas and elegant private homes to All Inclusive Resorts. Plan to travel to Cabo San Lucas and Los Cabos Mexico on your next vacation.
Tourism is booming in Los Cabos, the municipality that includes Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo and the Tourist Corridor in between. The Los Cabos region of Baja is undeniably one of the most rapidly growing areas in Mexico. It is comprised of historic, colonial San Jose del Cabo to the east, and thriving Cabo San Lucas to the west, and connected by the twenty-mile Tourist Corridor.
Los Cabos is a vacation paradise where the accommodations are as gracious as the hosts, providing every amenity expected by the discriminating traveler. First time visitors are amazed at the variety in Cabo San Lucas and the Los Cabos areahotel rooms have practically doubledfrom 5,731 in 1998 to nearly 10,000 in 2004.
From cozy bed and breakfast inns to world class luxury resorts, there is one to match your taste and budget. But with so many options, choosing can be difficult.
Los Cabos is a large area with significant differences. To avoid the unpleasant surprise of checking in to a resort inconvenient to your plans, narrow your search to the area best for you. Think of the two sides of a coin: heads and tails are opposites yet close in proximity. And so it is with Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. Only 20 miles apart, they couldn’t be more different, offering visitors two distinctive faces of México.
Cabo San Lucas, or "Cabo," is where the Sea of Cortés meets the Pacific Ocean at Land’s End, the tip of the almost 1,000-mile long Baja California peninsula. Home to the area’s only marina (another is under construction near San José del Cabo), most fishing charters and cruises depart from here.