Holiday Inn Resort Los Cabos All-Inclusive

Blvd. S/N, Calle Boulevard Antonio Mijares, Zona Hotelera, 23400

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Overview

The Holiday Inn Resort Los Cabos All-Inclusive hardly looks or feels like a Holiday Inn, but offers the chain’s best-loved perks, including two pools, a children’s activity center, sports rentals (including bicycles), live entertainment and babysitting services. The hotel features Family Rooms with bunk beds, and connecting units are available.

Holiday Inn Resort Los Cabos All-Inclusive is located right on the beach, and is just 15 minutes from Los Cabos International Airport.

Our Editor Loves

  • Two outdoor pools
  • Children's activity center
  • Babysitting services

Family Interests

  • All Inclusive Rates
  • Beach

Family Amenities

  • Babysitting
  • Children Programs
  • Cribs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Pool

Reviews

Really Fun Experience for the Price

by SamPoquitoT

TL;DR version:
I would highly recommend the Holiday Inn Resort. This was my very first all-inclusive resort and they set the bar really high. Especially since my wife and I went on this trip with being budget-friendly in mind. They offer a lot fun activities and entertaining, cannot miss, shows with a really talented singer. We met other guests at this resort that have been coming here for years so, clearly, the Holiday Inn must be doing something right. The staff were amazing and I felt like I've made lifelong friendships. If you're still not convinced, I don't know what else I can add, give this place a try and I hope you'll have a great of a time as we did. Adios!

Special shout-outs to the activities staff members that made my experience totally unforgettable:

Ariel
Manuel
Omar
Andrea
Sinai
Rocio

They were all really great people and truly loved being there and making everyone's experience entertaining. Ariel, Manuel, and Omar led a lot of the activities including bike tour, beach volleyball, pool volleyball, aqua aerobics, casino night, and bingo. Both Andrea and Sinai were beginning in their positions but they have great mentors that will help them become great hostesses in their future careers. Rocio was a promoter for Party Hopper and insanely good at foosball.

Fun Time during Mexican Independence Day Weekend.

by FoodieByChoice

First, I live in Cabo San Lucas, MX and this was a mini-staycation for us. We also checked out the Pet Friendly option of the resort and brought out 2 dogs with us (extra fee charged per pet).

Pet Friendly includes hotel provided doggy beds, doggy dishes and bags for clean up. Make sure you ask for the bags. Throughout the grounds there little pens and gated areas where you can let you dog sit and relax while you are at the pool, restaurant, etc.

The grounds are amazing at the Holiday Inn Resort and the place is HUGE! Several pools and restaurants, all green grounds and probably the best Sea of Cortez frontage out there.

We had a ground floor room in front of the kiddie pool (that leads into a big family pool with swim up bar) and we could see views of the ocean from our room. Even with the place being filled with families, not that much noise since they don’t play super loud music there

We were lucky enough to have a little pen right next to the family pool and lounge chairs. So we took advantage of that until the sun was too hot for the dogs and then we took them back to the room.

Our room was a King bed in an ample sized room that included a futon sofa bed, larger frig and desk inside and a nice patio with table and chairs and hammock outside.

For dining, there are 2 ala carte restaurants by reservation when the resort is full. And there is a decent buffet serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The night buffets have themes, like Mexican, International, Asian, etc. And have cooked to order meats like chicken and beef besides what is offered as entrees on the buffet.

Plenty of hot and cold choices, desserts, etc. At Breakfast, you can get made to order omelet’s

We sat outside for the 2 buffet meals. Night waiter was on his game, his name was Sergio. Our day waiters were a little lax on the Saturday breakfast. We opted for room service one night and one morning. Everything came hot, in about 30 minutes time, very delicious. So, I give the overall Food and service 3+ rating.

We spent one evening at the Activity Pool. Lots of music and energy. Fun people. B/C it was the weekend of Mexican Independence day and a long weekend, lots of visitors from Mainland Mexico as well as the surround areas of Los Cabos to La Paz. A nice mix of couples and families. So nice to see all ages, from grandparents to babies having a great time. And, it gave me a chance to speak more Spanish than I usually do.

The bars at the pools are open early and close by 6 pm but the pools are open until 9 pm and you can easily walk to one of the nearby restaurants to get more drinks. The buffet bar is right next to the activities pools. So, that's where I would hang if I wanted to sip cocktails by the pool after 6.

Resort offers activities during the day, some free some at a cost. Have a good time playing pool volleyball and for the sporty players, there are nets on the beach if you want to play in the sand vs the water.

ENTERTAINMENT - they had some kind of a show nightly. "Vegas" style with costumes, and entertainment. Fun for what it is.

First, I live in Cabo San Lucas, MX and this was a mini-staycation for us. We also checked out the Pet Friendly option of the resort and brought out 2 dogs with us (extra fee charged per pet).

Pet Friendly includes hotel provided doggy beds, doggy dishes and bags for clean up. Make sure you ask for the bags. Throughout the grounds there little pens and gated areas where you can let you dog sit and relax while you are at the pool, restaurant, etc.

The grounds are amazing at the Holiday Inn Resort and the place is HUGE! Several pools and restaurants, all green grounds and probably the best Sea of Cortez frontage out there.

We had a ground floor room in front of the kiddie pool (that leads into a big family pool with swim up bar) and we could see views of the ocean from our room.

We were lucky enough to have a little pen right next to the family pool and lounge chairs. So we took advantage of that until the sun was too hot for the dogs and then we took them back to the room.

Our room was a King bed in an ample sized room that included a futon sofa bed, larger frig and desk inside and a nice patio with table and chairs and hammock outside.

For dining, there are 2 ala carte restaurants by reservation when the resort is full. And there is a decent buffet serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The night buffets have themes, like Mexican, International, Asian, etc. And have cooked to order meats like chicken and beef besides what is offered as entrees on the buffet.

Plenty of hot and cold choices, desserts, etc. At Breakfast, you can get made to order omelettes.

We sat outside for the 2 buffet meals. Night waiter was on his game, his name was Sergio. Our day waiters were a little lax on the Saturday breakfast. We opted for room service one night and one morning. Everything came hot, in about 30 minutes time, very delicious. So, I give the overall Food and service 3+ rating.

We spent one evening at the Activity Pool. Lots of music and energy. Fun people. B/C it was the weekend of Mexican Independence day and a long weekend, lots of visitors from Mainland Mexico as well as the surround areas of Los Cabos to La Paz. A nice mix of couples and families. So nice to see all ages, from grandparents to babies having a great time. And, it gave me a chance to speak more Spanish than I usually do.

The bars at the pools are open early and close by 6 pm but the pools are open until 9 pm and you can easily walk to one of the nearby restaurants to get more drinks. The buffet bar is right next to the activities pools. So, that's where I would hang if I wanted to sip cocktails by the pool after 6.

Resort offers activities during the day, some free some at a cost. Have a good time playing pool volleyball and for the sporty players, there are nets on the beach if you want to play in the sand vs the water.

ENTERTAINMENT - they had some kind of a show nightly. "Vegas" style with costumes, and entertainment. Fun for what it is. DFirst, I live in Cabo San Lucas, MX and this was a mini-stacation for us. We also checked out the Pet Friendly option of the resort and brought out 2 dogs with us (extra fee charged per pet).

Pet Friendly includes hotel provided doggy beds, doggy dishes and bags for clean up. Make sure you ask for the bags. Throughout the grounds there little pens and gated areas where you can let you dog sit and relax while you are at the pool, restaurant, etc.

The grounds are amazing at the Holiday Inn Resort and the place is HUGE! Several pools and restaurants, all green grounds and probably the best Sea of Cortez frontage out there.

We had a ground floor room in front of the kiddie pool (that leads into a big family pool with swim up bar) and we could see views of the ocean from our room.

We were lucky enough to have a little pen right next to the family pool and lounge chairs. So we took advantage of that until the sun was too hot for the dogs and then we took them back to the room.

Our room was a King bed in an ample sized room that included a futon sofa bed, larger frig and desk inside and a nice patio with table and chairs and hammock outside.

For dining, there are 2 ala carte restaurants by reservation when the resort is full. And there is a decent buffet serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The night buffets have themes, like Mexican, International, Asian, etc. And have cooked to order meats like chicken and beef besides what is offered as entrees on the buffet.

Plenty of hot and cold choices, desserts, etc. At Breakfast, you can get made to order omelettes.

We sat outside for the 2 buffet meals. Night waiter was on his game, his name was Sergio. Our day waiters were a little lax on the Saturday breakfast. We opted for room service one night and one morning. Everything came hot, in about 30 minutes time, very delicious. So, I give the overall Food and service 3+ rating.

We spent one evening at the Activity Pool. Lots of music and energy. Fun people. B/C it was the weekend of Mexican Independence day and a long weekend, lots of visitors from Mainland Mexico as well as the surround areas of Los Cabos to La Paz. A nice mix of couples and families. So nice to see all ages, from grandparents to babies having a great time. And, it gave me a chance to speak more Spanish than I usually do.

The bars at the pools are open early and close by 6 pm but the pools are open until 9 pm and you can easily walk to one of the nearby restaurants to get more drinks. The buffet bar is right next to the activities pools. So, that's where I would hang if I wanted to sip cocktails by the pool after 6.

Resort offers activities during the day, some free some at a cost. Have a good time playing pool volleyball and for the sporty players, there are nets on the beach if you want to play in the sand vs the water.

AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE ABOUT THE BEACH

Not all beaches in Los Cabos are swimable. That also includes this resort. The undertows are wicked and if you get caught in the surf, you are very much at risk. We've know people who have sustained head and neck trama, almost drowned, etc. So, dip in your toes, but swim in one of the 5 resort pools available.

NOTE: there are off resort tours to swimable beaches for snorkeling, etc. Do that. For your own safety.

We got a fantastic price through BookIt. When we added the per dog per day additional charges, it came to about what we would have paid at normal price. So price wise, I give it a 6. It was a great deal.

We drove from Cabo San Lucas. The resort offers free parking.

We were not bothered by timeshare people. We did find a free photograph notice under our door one day. And someone did call to see if we were going to come for that, but I said we weren't interested and that was that.

Cleanliness - 6 for the resort overall. Very clean and well maintained. Yes, the resort is older, but spotless. Our room was in the "back 40" and probably an area reserved for the "cheap seats" like the ridiculously low price we paid. No biggie.

But it did smell musty, probably from not being used recently. But spotless. Plenty of towels, TP, only 1 shampoo and 1 conditioner and 1 bar of soap. So, call housekeeping to get whatever else you need. I swear they showed up like in 2 minutes! My only other comment is our hammock wasn't up when we arrived, but they took care of that when we asked.

Alcohol - local beer, non-premium booze, but they have all the basics: vodka, rum, gin, tequila, etc. Not sure if you have to pay extra for premium or if they even offer it.

They don't have all the normal mixers for drinks. So, drinks that would have squirt/fresca in them are substituted with sour lemon (non carbonated) and I don't know what else. That means the Margaritas were not very good and pretty much tasted like sour mix not lime. Stick to tropical sweet drinks, beer, wine or easy stuff like rum and coke.

So, YES, I would recommend.

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