In our latest visit to Cabo, Mexico, writer Kirsten Maxwell of Kids Are A Trip took a look at several family-friendly resorts. These have kids’ clubs and family programming, the perfect starting point for a fabulous family vacation. But they all have something extra both kids and parents will enjoy. Here’s a look at three hotels in Cabo your kids will love.
Royal Solaris Los Cabos is all about families. This all-inclusive resort has spacious rooms, four swimming pools, five restaurants, and a great location on the beach. Many rooms have Murphy beds to accommodate families, and adjoining rooms are available for larger groups. The property also has a spa and fitness center when parents want some peace and quiet.
There are daily activities scheduled for families, from their daily entertainment program for all ages to the family program activities. Children ages 0-4 can enjoy the Baby Park with their parents and children from ages 5-12 can enjoy the Kids Club and the Water Park. If parents need a quiet dinner, they can use the on-site babysitter service. Older kids can spend their days lounging by the pool or hanging out in the Juniors Club with a pool table, foosball, and ping pong.
One of the best things about Royal Solaris (aside from their delicious kid-friendly food), is the endless amount of activities they have available (and their adorable mascot Pancho). Adults and kids alike can enjoy daily volleyball games, water aerobics, and the nightly show in the Tehuacan Theater. Every day there is a rotating schedule of games and crafts for kids to choose from including things like face painting and movie time. With all there is to do, kids will love their stay at Royal Solaris.
Located in the heart of Cabo San Lucas overlooking the marina, is Sandos Finisterra, one of the original all-inclusive resorts in the town. The property has six different types of rooms for families, many with stunning views of the city and bay. Guests will find eight different bars and restaurants on property including a Cupcake Cafe and Pizzeria kids of all ages will love. There’s a gorgeous spa carved into the Cabo hillside that offers spa services for kids including manicures and facial treatments. When the kids want to hang out at the pool they’ll have three different pools to choose from (the fourth one is adults only) or the family can hang out at the beach.
The Sandos Finisterra Kids Club is available every day for children ages four to twelve and they have a large variety of activities to choose from each day. Some of the fun ones include water balloons, cooking lessons, sand castle building, and a scavenger hunt. Activities change daily so kids will always have something new to try. Older kids can hang out in the game room with its ping pong table, Xbox, giant chess set, and foosball table. When everyone wants a change of scenery, they can take a five-minute walk into town to taste the local cuisine and go shopping.
Paradisus Los Cabos is a luxury all-inclusive resort located on a private cove between the airport and Cabo San Lucas. The property has seven different room types including their family concierge suites which come with additional amenities such as access to the private Family Concierge Lounge with its all-day lounge and snacks for kids. All Family Concierge Suites have special touches for kids including bathrobes and slippers, turndown service with milk and cookies, and video game consoles (PS2, Xbox, or Wii available on request). The resort has seven restaurants and bars, including Gastro bar, under the direction of Michelin rated Chef Martin Berasategui. When mom and dad want some quiet time they can head to the spa or fitness center or even a nice dinner.
Kids ages four to 12 can spend time in the Kids Zone playing games, watching movies, or heading outside on the playground or to the pool. Older kids (8-12) can enjoy the upstairs area of the Kids Zone with its video game systems and foosball table. Teens can also hang out in the video game area, but they may prefer one of the other activities offered daily such as volleyball, water polo, or giant chess. One thing families will really enjoy about Paradisus is the private beach on property that is made for swimming and relaxing. It’s really the perfect spot to have a Cabo family vacation.
PIN THIS FOR LATER:
Kirsten Maxwell of Kids are a Trip is an official Travelocity Gnational Gnomad. Gnational Gnomads is an exclusive group of high-profile travel and lifestyle experts who offer tips and inspiration on behalf of Travelocity.
Travelocity compensates authors for their writings appearing on this site; such compensation may include travel and other costs.