Hilton Los Cabos Review: A Family-Friendly Luxury Resort in Cabo, Mexico

Looking for a family friendly Luxury Resort in Cabo? Read on to see why we loved Hilton Los Cabos. Located on tip of Baja California Sur is a desert oasis with a mixed personality. Cabo San Lucas is party central, where every day feels like a holiday and popular with the younger crowd and spring breakers.  While its mellower sister city, San José del Cabo, is popular with the Hollywood elite who come in their private planes for some rest and relaxation.

Cabo is a perfect vacation spot for families as well.  The 18-mile stretch of highway known as “The Corridor” connects the two cities. There are quite a few resorts that are lined up in this area that specializes in making families feel at home and the area offers many attractions and activities in Cabo.

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Hilton Los Cabos Review

We were in Cabo last Christmas and stayed at the Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort.  The Hilton resort property has one of the few beaches in Cabo that is good for swimming, among other entertainment options and amenities. 

Each guest rooms feature Mexican-inspired interiors with tile floors, carved dark wood furniture, wall stencils and blue accent pieces spread throughout. The rooms on the top floor are the Vista Club rooms that have additional amenities like a welcome bottle of Tequila and access to a club room for evening cocktails.

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Welcome Amenity at Hilton Cabo

Resort and Rooms at Hilton, Cabo

Our room was a 2 bedroom suite, there are bedrooms with two Queen beds as well and other bed configurations that work well for families. The beds were Sealy Posturepedic pillow-top mattresses with Egyptian cotton linens and Mexican blankets. 

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Plus we had a sitting area with 30-inch flat-screen TVs with cable and movies, complimentary in-room mineral water every day and private, furnished balconies. Marble bathrooms have separate showers and tubs, as well as vanity mirrors, robes, and slippers.  We didn’t opt for the inclusive meal plan and ate at the different restaurants in the property and next door at Rosewood Las Ventanas al Paraíso.

Restaurants at Hilton, Cabo

There are five dining options at the Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort. Vela serves Italian cuisine mixed with regional ingredients, while El Meson serves a mix of American, Mexican and international dishes alfresco for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Madero Bar & Grill offers Mexican-American fusion fare and Mio specializes in healthy, lighter bites next to the pool. 

And then is the Azul lounge, which boasts one of the largest tequila collections in Los Cabos.  Azul had a nice sitting area and a telescope on the balcony and the staff mentioned that you could spot whales from there. Vela was our favorite with a nice wine list, top-notch service and a romantic setting.

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We mostly started our day with breakfast at the El Meson and spent the day lounging or in the pool and had lunch at Mio.

Pool and Spa at Hilton Resort, Cabos

Hilton Los Cabos resort’s Eforea Spa offers a range of services in its 11 treatment rooms, including massages, facials and body treatments, along with a full-service salon. There are unique services influenced by the area’s traditions such as the Baja Sacred Stone Massage, plus special kids and teens offerings.  

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The resort has two large outdoor pools with swim-up bars. The Infinity and Dolphin Terrace pools both offer views of the Sea of Cortez. Plus, if you stayed on the Vista floor you have access to a separate pool area and cabanas with pool butlers that bring some complimentary refreshments for adults and kids. 

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The property is home to one of the few swimmable beaches in the region.  We loved wandering around the granite boulders and watching the sunsets from the coves.  Our kids are older and don’t get to use the kids club anymore but we saw the fun activity room and the club area.  Since we were there during Christmas, the resort had organized a dinner that included a dessert room that looked like you stepped into Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory.

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More Photos from our trip to Cabo

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