Bahia Hotel & Beach House
What We Love
- A welcome drink is included in the Jetsetter rate
- Great in-town location just a few blocks from Medano Beach
- The restaurant, Bar Esquina, and its Baja take on Mediterranean cuisine
What To Know
- Because it's a boutique property, you won’t find the full-scale amenities that you would at nearby Cabo beach resorts
- The hotel is not particularly well suited for families
- Check-in is at 4 p.m.
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Cabo has its fair share of hotels that are past their prime, but the Bahia Hotel & Beach Club isn’t one of them. A top-to-toe renovation in 2010 saw to that, adding a sleek design, bang-up hotel restaurant, beach club access and chill vibe. In the heart of the Medano Beach district, the property has an enviable location just two blocks from Cabo’s only swimmable beach and easy access to a clutch of great bars and restaurants.
Bed & Bath
Guestrooms eschew the bold, brash colors that can be found in many Bahia hotels in favor of a neutral look and Mexi-chic design: polished cement floors, plush beds swathed in layers of white, hanging lanterns and dark wood furniture. Most rooms on the ground level have patios outfitted with hammocks. Spacious bathrooms have rain showers and luxe Teva and/or C.O. Bigelow amenities.
Outside by the pool, the scene is set for stylish lounging, from the daybeds and wooden recliners to the diaphanous swaying white curtains and swim-up palapa bar. Prefer to spend your time with sand between your toes? Head over to Medano Beach, where the hotel operates a concession at the Medano Beach Club. But perhaps the best feature is the excellent on-site restaurant, Bar Esquina, which puts a delish Baja twist on familiar Mediterranean flavors. For something more casual, an adjacent coffee shop serves tasty coffee made from beans grown in Chiapas and Oaxaca, plus quick-grab pastries, salads and sandwiches — perfect whether you want a low-key picnic on the beach or fuel for adventures in Cabo’s stunning desert landscape.
How to Get There
We stayed 7 nights at Bahia. Everything was excellent, from the location to the restaurant to the decor to the housekeeping service to the concierge and valet staff. Pool and gym were also very nice and clean.
We have stayed in Cabo san Lucas 20 different occasions and experienced a number of hotels in that time. But we have found the jewel in the crown…. The Bahia hotel and Beach house is by far the best experience we have had so far. The hotel is excellent with all modern amenities the rooms are luxurious. SUR beach club is the place to hang during the day, not only has the best views of Medano beach but it has fabulous food. But the best of this property is the staff, we would like to thank Lee, Christina , Cesar and all the staff for making it a pleasure to stay at the hotel.....
There was nothing I didn't like about my two stays at Bahia.
The rooms were luxurious, the staff hospitable and helpful, the restaurant
and dining were an excellent way to put a cap on a day of poolside
lounging, the latter of which was made especially enjoyable owing to
prompt service, excellent sushi, a varied drink menu, and comfortable
lounge chairs each provided with a towel.