Welcome to the sneak peak of our vibrant hotel that awaits your arrival. The Cabo Inn Hotel, spares no expense when it comes to a traditional eye catching Mexican ambiance!
With its relatively easy, consistent, warm-water waves, an unending beer and tequila supply, beautiful desert landscape coupled with comfy condos and shopping malls and its proximity to ever-growing Southern California, it’s no wonder the area around Cabo San Lucas has become a kind of surfing Disneyland. A bit dustier, sure, but no less fun. And if you’re on it, the lines for the rides are way shorter.
Cabo is generally divided into three main areas: the south-facing East Cape, which lies to the east of San Jose Del Cabo and is most famous for its proliferation of fickle, silky right pointbreaks; the southeast-facing Costa Azul, just southwest of San Jose Del Cabo, right on the tip of the peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, which is known for its reasonably consistent – and crowded – rock reefbreaks; and the west-facing Pacific Coast, northwest of Cabo San Lucas, which is known best for its dependable beach and rock-reef breaks. [Read more…]
Yes, there is artistry to food – the smell, the taste, the presentation; but artistry doesn’t always mean pricey. Cabo San Lucas offers a wide variety for every taste bud and every wallet AND the Cabo Inn Hotel is lucky enough to have several of these bangs for your buck within steps of our front door. Here are just a few of our top rated choices:
Maria Jimenez: A one-minute walk from the Cabo Inn Hotel to this tasteful delight, is a Mexican cuisine filled with dishes only usually left to ones’ imagination. The flavors are out of this world, the ambiance is beautiful, yet not stuffy, the staff is attentive, and the overall experience leaves you raving about the place. Simply put, this place is a stellar Mexican treasure. We recommend the Spinach Quesadillas and the Chef Special (a spicy chicken dish) as our top picks, but with such greatest it is really hard to pick just a couple. Each dish is easily split able and the price is super reasonable. [Read more…]
They are the biggest hotshots to arrive like clockwork every winter, they are lacking wallets to dine top notch or stay 5 star, but the lasting impression they leave during out of this world shows, will have you talking about them for years.
Every fall, blue, gray and humpback whales begin a 6k mile journey south from Alaska to the southernmost point of the Baja Peninsula so they can enjoy their winter vacation with the rest of us folks.
It is quite possible to see some whales while relaxing on one of many beautiful Cabo beaches such as: Medano, Santa Maria, and Chileno; however, you are likely to catch several sightings onboard a water excursion. [Read more…]
The moment you step foot in Cabo San Lucas, you know you have stumbled upon something magical. If you are a return visitor, I bet you planned your return trip before you even left for home on your last trip. It’s rare to arrive at a destination and do something of the sort, but for the newbie’s, you’ll understand very quickly why this happens and soon you’ll be planning your move.
Cabo San Lucas, even with the hustle and bustle of fun and nightlife, there always remains a feeling of complete tranquility. Cabo San Lucas is a remarkable combination of desert suddenly meeting bright blue and clear waters. Located on the southern most tip of the Baja Peninsula, it typically doesn’t see much rain and when you experience the climate, there is no explanation needed as to why people from all over the world come here to unwind all year round. [Read more…]