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Hotels & Resorts in Los Cabos

The sapphire Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific at El Arco, arguably the most photographed landmark of Baja California Sur. Originally inhabited by the Pericu Indians, this mountainous desert peninsula is broken up into three districts, each enjoying 350 long days of warm sun per year. From the trendy restaurants and bars, marina, and Luxury Avenue Mall of Cabo San Lucas down The Corridor’s 20 miles of stunning Medano Beach, upscale resorts, impressive spas, and championship golf courses to the cobblestone alleys, colonial architecture, and small art galleries and boutiques of sleepy San Jose del Cabo, this destination is a treasure at the “Land’s End.”


Cabo Azul is located on the east coast of the Baja Peninsula in the heart of San José del Cabo.
Cabo San Lucas - Marina Front
Cabo San Lucas - Medano Beach
Cabo San Lucas-Off Beach
Near Black Coral Beach
Near Cuadra San Francisco
Near Lover's Beach
Near Medano Beach
Near Plaza Mega Comercial Mexicana
Near Plaza San Lucas
Near Puerto Paraiso Mall
Near Santa Maria Beach
San Jose del Cabo
Seaside and cliffside, outside and in, The Waldorf Astoria Pedregal is the ultimate in luxury resorts, via Mexico’s only privately owned tunnel
The hotel is located between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, at the tip of the Baja Peninsula in Mexico.
The hotel is located in the tourist corridor between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas in the peninsula of Baja California in Mexico.