Cabo San Lucas

With a privileged location at the very tip of the Baja Peninsula Los Cabos seduces with extraordinary vistas, clear sunny days, crystal blue waters teeming with big game fish. It’s an extraordinary place that we are both proud, and privileged, to call home.

An easy two hour flight from Los Angeles, Cabo is a playground for the stars, early days John Wayne and Bing Crosby, these days George Clooney and Jennifer Aniston. Truly World Class Resorts, Restaurants and Attractions have transformed Cabo San Lucas, and it’s sister city, San Jose del Cabo, in to one of the most desired travel destinations on the planet. From lavish to local, here are a few of our very favorites:


Bahia Hotel (hip, fun, great location one block off the action of Medano Beach)

The Cape– a Thompson Hotel (awesome views of arch, stylish rooms, progressive architecture, terrific surf beach in front)

The Resort at Pedregal (Pacific side, amazing tunnel entry, beautiful spa, dramatic dining, closest to Splash)

Esperanza (featured in film and song, Cliffside beauty, perfect whale watch vantage point, excellent resort)

One & Only Palmilla (the best of them all, among top resorts in world, service second to none (except maybe Splash!)


Flora Farm in San Jose del Cabo (farm to table, amazing setting, completely unexpected, a really chic “new” hot spot in an organic locale)

Mariscos Mazatlan (get the whole snapper, sold by the kilo or fraction thereof, some think it may be the best singular dish in all of Los Cabos…)

Las Guacamayas (outlets in both San Lucas and San Jose…both are fun, easy Mexican)

Cantina y Cocina in San Lucas at the Hacienda Hotel…(perfect setting, excellent food, rightly priced, highly recommend)

Tacos Guss in San Lucas (tasty tacos pastor and lots of other classics and all the side salsa bar fixings)


Whale Watch (lots of options, majestic creatures, prime time mid January to late March)

Swim with Dolphins (two spots, San Lucas and San Jose, if you never have, you should)

Day trip to Todos Santos (a “Pueblo Magico”, bohemian, artsy, Mexican chic beach town a pretty 45 minute drive up the Baja coast)

Panga to the Arch (the iconic symbol of Cabo, close up and on the water is a “take your breath away” moment, seals, manta rays, dolphins play in the waters surrounding you)

Rent a Harley (take a day trip around “the Loop”, Baja at it’s best, feel the road, feel the breeze, don’t miss the strudel at the charming Café El Triunfo, an abandoned silver mining town along the way)