What We Love
- The resort isn't on a swimmable beach, but there are 2.5 miles of perfection for your enjoyment. With the resort's adults-only policy, beach strolls are totally stress-free.
- Check out the mixology and tequila tastings to brush up on your bartending skills.
- All guests staying in suites get to enjoy personal butler service.
Things to Know
- Guests looking for immaculate landscaping on a secluded beach adore the hip vibes and romantic ambiance of Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Resort & Spa in Los Cabos.
- The shuttle service and access to sister properties' amenities expands your vacay experience by leaps and bounds.
- The spa might cost extra, but the treatments are out of this world!
Though the beach isn't safe for swimming, the long stretch of sun-kissed sand sets the stage for sunset strolls or lounging on immaculate Bali beds. Cool down in two beachfront pools with a margarita from swim-up Aqua Bar before deciding which of the four restaurants sounds good for dinner. Fresh local ingredients fill the menu at Siempre where chocolate fettuccine with lobster and salmon ravioli leave guests raving. Wondering how to spend the evening? Five bars keep couples company long after nightfall. Hit up Refresca Wine Bar for a glass of red or stop by Partidos Sports and Tapas Bar to catch a game and satisfy the late-night munchies. Couples head to oceanfront Fire & Ice for martinis and sounds of the surf.
If you want even more options, you're in luck. In total, you'll have access to 37 different dining options and 19 bar options thanks to the shuttle service that connects you to each of the sister resorts (Pacifica, Sunset Beach, Rose, PB Los Cabos & Quivira Golf Club). With all those culinary options, you'll have your plate full with delicious food to sample and tasty cocktails to sip.
Wake up early to catch a breathtaking sunrise before taking advantage of complimentary watersports. Arrange a day of swimming with dolphins or a romantic sunset cruise–there are plenty of ways to enjoy the sights and each other. After a day of fun, couples head to Armonia Spa for full-service pampering. Try a massage in the private couple's suite for relaxing intimacy with a side of champagne and strawberries! The Ocean View Suite is the perfect end to a day full of romance. With an immaculate feather-top bed and an over-sized balcony, it's the beginning of a special night. Free butler service in the Ocean View Suites is just the cherry on top of a full plate of romance and luxury.
This hotel is All-Inclusive.
- Unlimited dining and drinks
- Wine and tequila tastings
- Daily sports activities
- Full-service concierge
- All taxes and gratuities
LocationCabo San Lucas-Beach
General Policies & Fine Print
Check-in Policy - Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Convention Policy - Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy - This hotel cannot guarantee a spring break-free environment.
Transfer Policy - A price may display when children stay free, if your vacation includes transfer to your hotel.
General Information - Room taxes and service fees are included in vacation price. Minimum night stay restrictions may apply. Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating5446 reviews
Beautiful Setting with Thundering Waves Background
My husband and I, along with two young adult children, spent our Spring Break at the Pueblo Bonita Pacifica and we all loved the ambiance and amenities of the resort. The pools with plenty of lounge chairs and umbrellas provided a great spot to relax and enjoy the sounds of the waves crashing on the beach. Alan did a fabulous job to keep us supplied with waters, mixed drinks, and snack meals as we relaxed poolside. Our evening meals were quite good at each of the restaurants on site. The beach was pleasant for walking and whale watching. Definitely recommend this resort!
We stayed at the Pueblo Bonita Pacifica in March as part of a group. The resort is very quiet, impeccably clean, and the employees are all very friendly and helpful. The rooms are a nice size and have great views from the balcony. We had the all-inclusive package, so we had privileges at all of the sister resorts, (Sunset Beach, Los Cabos, Rose' and Montecristo) including dining. Transportation was free if you took a van to the Sunset Beach and got a ticket to take the bus to the other resorts. Otherwise, it was $14 one way for a taxi. We ate at Peninsula (outdoor setting with a fire), Siempe, Cilantros (at Los Cabos, beautiful view), Cibola (Montecristo, terrace with an excellent view), and Quivira (located at the golf course and has an upcharge of I think $35, but worth it). Most days we had breakfast at the buffet (Siempe). Be sure to eat there for the Sunday Brunch. One day we went to the Market at Sunset and ate at the 1950s diner for a change. The Market has quite a few options for lunch also, definitely worth checking out. Be sure to get a drink from the bar while there, Alberto is an awesome bartender! He really hustles and makes the best drinks. It was really late when we arrived at the resort, so we ordered room service that night (sandwiches and fries), and I was surprised how quickly we got our food, and it was still hot! As far as activities, there really wasn't much going on. There was an activities schedule, but I never saw anyone participate, and there was a fee for some of them. Most days we just hung out at the pool and beach relaxing, and getting drinks from Anael at the Peninsula bar. He always greeted us with a smile. Super friendly guy, and it's obvious he likes his job! There is a fee ($40 I think) if you want to use a cabana. There were towels on the chairs, so it was nice not having to do the whole towel card thing. The ocean water was too rough to get in, and the weather was a bit cooler than I thought it would be. One day for something different we went to the Rose' resort to check it out. It was spring break, so the atmosphere there was TOTALLY different. Lots of people partying, loud music, etc. Interesting place to people watch. You can actually get in the water at this resort, and there are lots of vendors on the beach selling their stuff. I got t-shirts for $10 each. To summarize, I would definitely return to this resort again.
Amazing food, wonderful employees! Can't wait to come back!
Wow. Where to start? We had a wonderful time at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica. It was everything we were looking for in a resort - peaceful, tranquil, manicured, professional, and relaxing. From start to finish. Great food. Great drinks. Most of all, wonderful employees! TOWERS/BUTLER/VIP: We elected to stay in the Towers, which includes access to the VIP lounge and comes with a butler. Our butler, Gabriel, was OUTSTANDING! Personable, communicative, helpful, attentive, and kind. He was there when we needed him, and wasn't when we didn't, which worked out perfectly. He would check in with us daily, ask if we needed anything, help us if we needed it, and would respectfully leave us to enjoy the resort the rest of the time. Definitely worth the extra $ just to have him. He made our check-in, daily activities, room comfort, and check-out seamless. Access to the VIP lounge was an added bonus. First off, the ability to make your own top-shelf drinks was nice. It didn't cost extra there (like in the rest of the resort). They also serve food from the Peninsula restaurant on the whale-watching deck. It's an extra layer of exclusivity in an already exclusive environment. Sounds snobby, and it is, but hey! You're at an all-inclusive resort! Why not? And speaking of exclusive - we went to the other resorts in the order of Sunset - Rose - Los Cabos. Let me say - staying at Pacifica is WORTH IT!!! Sunset was nice. Family atmosphere. Lots of screaming kids, but good food and, again, very nice employees. Rose and Los Cabos were crazy. It was like Spring Break. Well actually it WAS Spring Break, but at Rose and Los Cabos, it felt like it. At Pacifica, you wouldn't know it. SERVICE: I already mentioned Gabriel's amazing service. But the service at the rest of the resort was just as stellar. Of particular note was Anael, the best bartender there (that we found). He works at the Peninsula bar, which is located just outside the Peninsula restaurant. Anael remembered our names, greeted us by name, and quickly built rapport with us, which made our experience there even more memorable. Not only did he go above and beyond to make sure my wife and I had the drinks we needed (which was a lot!), he was creative, funny, personable, and made some very interesting concoctions with fresh ingredients and good booze. Probably the most interesting thing he made was what he called the Beso Rojo, which included Bacardi, muddled Thai basil, ginger, and raspberries, with cranberry and orange juices. Really good and refreshing. FOOD: All of the food at PBP was great. We tried every restaurant, and we enjoyed them all. We had our breakfasts most days at the VIP lounge, which was great. Good food, and not as many people as at Siempre (see above about exclusivity). We ended up eating at the pool most days for lunch. Again, good food. All the restaurants for dinner were good. My favorite was Peninsula, because they had some really creative fresh seafood dishes. My wife liked the steak at Siempre best - it did have a really wonderful smokey, charcoaley flavor. DRINKS: Good drinks everywhere. Some better than others. I often found myself walking over to visit Anael at the Peninsula bar even when we were at the pool. He made better drinks and was rarely busy, unlike at the pool. Bottom line with all the drinks - ask for alcohol by name and ask if it's included or extra. Bacardi's included. Tito's isn't (unless you're in the VIP lounge). Don Julio is included. But you always have to ask for the better liquors - if you don't, you'll probably get a drink with worse stuff. Which I can't really blame them for. ROOM: The room in the Towers was nice. Small, but it had everything we needed. Nice big shower. We had an issue with the bed topper at first, which Gabriel fixed immediately. +1 point for him. ACTIVITIES: This was maybe the one area that could've been improved upon at PBP. We arrived on a Tuesday, wanted to do the Hook & Cook on Wednesday morning, but were told on Tuesday that it was already booked up. So we never got a chance to do that. It was the one activity we were really excited for. Too bad. Now that we know, we would've emailed prior to coming to make sure our names were on the list for that activity. Overall for the activities, people didn't really use them. We seemed to be some of the only people interested in them. We did a hike up to the lighthouse, which was fun. That's about it. OVERALL: We had an amazing experience. We spent a week at PBP and the time flew by. WE CAN'T WAIT TO COME BACK!!!! Thank you to everyone there who made our experience unforgettable!
Room and view were fantastic. Service was excellent. Food was very good. The best feature of the trip was our butler, Yomali. She was so nice and took care of anything we needed. The one day we decided to go into town she didn't see us at the pool and called us that afternoon to make sure we were ok. Yomali was GREAT.
Wedding March 2020
Feliciano was our butler service. His service was a 10 out of 10! He was professional, helpful, friendly, and polite. He got us reservations with restaurants that were over booked.....I don't know how but he did! He had coffee ready and waiting for us every morning, took care of our bags arriving and departing and checked in with us daily if we needed anything.