The 5-star Royal Solaris Los Cabos & Spa is situated in Los Cabos, Mexico and is a magnificent oceanfront resort boasting a traditional Mexican hacienda style. Offering a fabulous all inclusive service, the resort is home to seven restaurants, beautiful gardens and a whole host of services the family can enjoy.
The hotel’s Pizzalisima Restaurant has a tranquil, poolside ambiance and serves more pizzas than you could count! If you’re feeling arty, why not create your own and choose between a number of fine and fresh ingredients? The hotel’s main restaurant, Rosmarinus, serves international cuisines aplenty – you can never go wrong with a buffet! If you’re looking to unwind come the evening with a drink or two, you’ll have three bars to choose from. Why not spend time in the lobby bar and enjoy live music Solaris-style? There’s also a pool bar – an ideal setting for cooling down with refreshments in a fantastic, tropical setting.
After a long day in the sunshine, seek refuge at the Royal Solaris Spa. Here, you can relax to the max with a massage, sweat it out in the steam room or look forward to ultimate pampering at the beauty salon. Fortunately, part of the main pool and children’s pool are covered, so you can always enjoy a swim at any time of day without being exposed to direct sunlight. The hotel’s exceptional facilities also include a kids water park! The little ones are bound to have endless fun here and in the unlikely event this does get tiresome, they can take on Pancho’s Adventure Wall or make new friends at the kids club.
All 390 of the comfortable, air-conditioned rooms at the Royal Solaris have spacious interiors and are fitted with LED TVs, as well as free WiFi. Each room is also well equipped with a private bathroom and a hairdryer for your convenience.
An airport shuttle service is available if you’re looking to take the stress out of travel planning, as well as free parking – ideal if you’re driving. Keen golfers can tee off in paradise at the Panta Sur Golf Course nearby and if you’re into nature, visit the San Jose Estuary. There’s numerous hiking trails and a tropical estuary abundant with bird life.