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
- 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
Lovely boutique hotel close to the beach. Room was modern and the bathroom spacious. Restaurant pricy but good quality with live music every evening. Amazing family restaurant around the corner called Amelia's where we had the nicest meal of the trip.
Lee and every member of the Bahia staff took care of all of our needs. The staff welcomed us from beginning to end.
Fishing,surfing,razors,massages and dining were all over the top experiences. We traveled with 4 18/22 year old boys and survived the chaos! Thanks Lee and the entire staff!
The food was spectacular!! Will be back highly recommended!
Awesome boutique hotel centrally located with close proximity to everything. I stayed here for 4 nights with some friends and had a great time. Staff is super friendly and helpful & SUR Beach House and Bar Esquina both have amazing food and drinks. Beach time, swimming, fishing, stand-up paddling, golf, surfing and volleyball. We managed to do it all. Looking forward to coming back soon.
Small, intimate boutique hotel near Medrano Beach.
The staff is extraordinary, and the helped us requests that were both large and small.
The restaurant is wonderful, and Carlos at the pool bar, and Julio at the inside bar, are both delightful hosts.
We would definitely stay here again.
This hotel accepts dogs and the staff and the hotel are incredible. We stayed here for a week for a family celebration and my dog travels with me everywhere. I was concerned about the 35 a night charge for a dog but then again its less than the day I'd pay for dog hotel or dog sitter to stay at my house. the bahia staff went above and beyond to make us comfortable from check in to check out. On the 2nd day we were there they delivered a dog water holder with filter and a dog food holder. The staff at reception Amir and Damaris were so helpful and set up things for us we could not. Damaris knows a lot of the restaurant owners and was able to make us reservations on patios of places that dont usually accept dogs. Be warned my dog is 14lbs and very well behaved. We had the housekeeper Brenda the entire week and she was incredible. She always scheduled a time to clean to ensure that she was not making my dog uncomfortable and wanted to know if i wanted to clean with her there or not. she did an amazing job. the room we stayed in was the old classic style with a full size oven and stove. The room is equipped with fridge but everything else is on request which when requested was in the room within an hour. In front of the hotel is a dog station with grass and poop bags and trash. The cafe was great and the restaurant does not allow dogs however they will deliver to your room or to go. I cannot wait to stay at bahia again with my girl.
the sur beach house was also great. they provided water for my dog we went to the lounges on the beach and they allowed her and they all went out of their way.
If you are traveling to cabo with a dog stay at the bahia you wont regret it.