Marquis Los Cabos, All Inclusive Resort & Spa – Adults Only
What We Love
- The rate includes breakfast, lunch and dinner, 24-hour room service, premium alcoholic drinks, activities and a free minibar restocked daily
- The 13,000-square-foot spa is one of the best in the Cabo area
- Private plunge pools in Casitas
- Lots of activities such as cooking classes, water aerobics, beach volleyball, archery, yoga and more are included
- Eco-friendly: Soap is made from cactus in the laundry room, and the resort uses water from the ocean (there’s a desalination plant on the premises)
What To Know
- This is an adults-only property; children 17 and under are not permitted
- The resort’s beach is not the best for swimming, but there are three pools on property
- Located about 15 to 20 minutes from San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas
- Spa treatments cost extra
- Quiet, romantic atmosphere suited for couples
- Eco friendly
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Wedged between celeb hot spots San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, the 235-suite adults-only Marquis Los Cabos Resort & Spa is an all-inclusive hideaway that’s big on romance and seclusion. The Leading Hotels of the World member is a crowd-pleaser, from the open-air lobby and its waterfall cascading down to one of the three pools (two of which are infinity-style) to the attentive staff and breathtaking ocean views at nearly every turn. Starting at 650 square feet, rooms are spacious, with dark Mexican-wood armoires and colorful woven fabrics. Small sitting areas and oceanfront balconies come with every suite, and generous bathrooms have oversize tubs. The eco-friendly property has two bars and five restaurants that offer everything from French cuisine to seafood specialties. Meals at Vista Ballenas are memorable – don’t leave without trying the stuffed chile with huitlacoche sauce. The 13,000-square-foot Maya-themed spa is worth a visit, too. Featuring all-natural treatments and materials, the menu includes chocolate and seaweed body wraps and decadent massages. The best part? The all-inclusive rate means most daytime activities (cooking, Spanish and dance classes, tequila tastings and wine pairings and yoga) are covered.
In the Area
Go to Deckman’s in San Jose Del Cabo for higher-end cuisine and an extensive Mexican wine list, Casiano’s for modern interpretations of Mexican classics like chiles en nogada and flan, and Flora Farms for a gorgeous setting that redefines the phrase “farm-to-table.” Every Thursday night between November and June, there’s an Art Walk in charming San Jose del Cabo. Visitors can stop into numerous galleries, sip wine and try dishes from popular neighborhood restaurants. Rather hang out on the water? Learn to ride the waves at Mike Doyle surf school.
How to Get There
The food is excellent, the service phenomenal. The hidden secret is the housekeepers... we never saw them but our suite was impeccably clean. The evening turn down service was excellent. We appreciate all of the nice touches. Ivy, the activities director was so fun and kind. She kept us moving with a smile. We needed it because there was so much delicious food to enjoy. Thank you all for a fabulous week.
We decided to come and spend 4 days in Los Cabos. Marquis is a very good resort - with good food and wonderful service. The pool is amazing-but super cold.
Restaurants are good and not buffet style - what makes the quality of the food better.
The only inconvenient was the bed - it seemed to be “broken” and we didn’t have a good sleep.
All of the staff made sure the experience was a good one. Facility is clean, bright, and well laid out. Several restaurant options with great food. Los Cabos only has a few places you can swim so if that is a family focus you will need to travel to the beaches.
I just returned from 5 nights at the Marquis and what an amazing resort. The room was spacious with amazing expansive views. You are so close to the ocean the sound of the waves can be heard even with the door shut. The staff was always so friendly and they really go out of their way to give amazing service. My husband has celiac and they also had a good selection of gluten-free options. Adriana the hostess for breakfast in the morning somehow was able to remember our names after one day. The resort is also very clean and I especially love the fact that there is literally almost a full-time person keeping the bathrooms clean down by the pool areas. While at the resort we also experienced seeing them release about 350 baby sea turtles into the ocean which was a great experience. We also were able to see whales a few times off of the resort. Another great experience! We were able to get an Uber ride once into town but had to take a taxi back to the resort as Uber's are limited. The other rideshare option Andale was nearly as expensive as a Taxi. Taxi's are $35 plus tips. If you are going to be going into town a few times I would recommend renting a car. All in all look no further as you will not be disappointed in the Marquis. Just remember also that swimming is not safe at the beach like most places in Cabo but you can do a short walk down to the swimmable beach.
I've stayed in many places before but this is an amazing place. The entertainment staff make it even more fun and it would not be the same without them. The views are fantastic, the food is great, the rooms are perfect but the entertainment is awesome (Volleyball, Bingo, Casino night, Yoga, etc.)