Grand Solmar Land's End Resort & Spa Review

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Av. Solmar 1-A, San Lucas 23450, Mexico
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Editor’s Review of Grand Solmar Land's End Resort & Spa

Did you know Los Cabos is only a two-hour flight from San Diego? It's so close that many people actually bike there from Southern California! Whether you're traveling to the resort area of Cabo San Lucas by bike, car or plane, you'll need a place to stay, and we highly recommend that place be Grand Solmar Land's End Resort & Spa.

Entering the resort -- surrounded by a mix of natural rock, dessert life and tropical foliage -- is like discovering another world. The resort is so big, we guarantee you'll get lost, but trust us -- this is the best place to get lost.

Grand Solmar Resort at Land's End Resort fronts the teal-blue Pacific Ocean, creating the ultimate backdrop for your vacation. The only downside is that you
... more can't actually swim in the water (as is the case at all resorts in Cabo) -- the waves are too strong and the water is too deep (hence the reason Los Cabos is a popular fishing destination). You can swim on Lovers Beach, however, a short walk (or shuttle ride) away, which means you can literally walk to the famous Arch of Cabo, too.

The resort more than makes up for a lack of beach, though, with seven glittering, heated pools, four of which feature infinity-edge features. As you traverse the resort's beautifully landscaped walkways, you'll also discover several dining options, from two full-service restaurants to a coffee bar, along with a kids' club, top-notch fitness center, and gorgeous, seaside spa huts. One thing you won't find? Crowds. Even at maximum capacity, the resort never feels overly busy. And accommodations are a dream for families (the largest rooms sleep up to 14 guests!), with oceanfront balconies, fully equipped kitchenettes or kitchens, Murphy beds, Wi-Fi, plenty of outlets and privatization options, such as sliding doors in master bedrooms.

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Our Editor Loves
  • Glittering, oceanfront pools
  • Apartment-like accommodations
  • Central location in Cabo San Lucas
Family Interests
  • Museum/Cultural
Family Amenities
  • Children's Program
  • Connecting Rooms
  • Cribs
  • DVD Player
  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kids'/Theme Meals
  • Kitchenettes
  • Laundry Service
  • Onsite Dining
  • Refrigerator
  • Pool
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The resort has a total of 246 spacious rooms -- the smallest rooms span 737 square feet -- with family-friendly (and very luxurious) amenities galore. All rooms have fully equipped kitchens and dining nooks, with the exception of the Grand Studios, which have kitchenettes. All rooms also have Murphy beds -- but you won't realize it right away. The Murphy beds are actually disguised as beautiful wooden doors! Most rooms have two or more bathrooms and sliding doors to privatize areas, ensuring everyone has plenty of personal space.

Other perks include complimentary Wi-Fi, plenty of outlets, nightly turndown service and daily housekeeping, and best of all -- expansive balconies that overlook the resort's pools and the beautiful Pacific Ocean beyond.

Grand Studio
This unit sleeps a maximum of three people, but not for lack of space -- it spans a whopping 737 square feet. It has a king bed and queen Murphy bed, plus a kitchenette with a full-size fridge.

Master Suite
The Master Suite spans 1,248 square feet, and includes a fully equipped kitchen, dining room and living room. There's a king bed in a separate room that can be privatized by a sliding door; this room also has a large bathroom with a soaking tub and separate shower. Two kids can sleep in a queen Murphy bed in the living area, where a second bathroom is located.

Presidential Suite
The Presidential Suite can sleep up to eight guests (six fit comfortably), with a king bed, two double beds and one queen Murphy bed. This room extends 2,589 square feet and features a private terrace, fully equipped kitchen with wet bar, and three bathrooms.

Two Bedroom Penthouse
This room has one king bed, two double beds and one queen Murphy bed, sleeping up to eight people.

Three Bedroom Penthouse
Upgrade to a three-bedroom penthouse for even more space for your large group. This room has two king beds, two double beds and a queen Murphy, sleeping up 10 guests.

Four Bedroom Penthouse
The four-bedroom penthouse can potentially sleep 14 guests -- perfect for those traveling with friends or extended family. There are two king beds (for all the parents, of course), four double beds and a queen Murphy bed.


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