When it comes to all-inclusive, what we want to know is this: ‘is the food really worth it for the price?’ And we can quite honestly say, yes. Yes it is. No mass-dining room with a buffet style dinner every night here…there are five on-site restaurants. Quite frankly, you’re spoiled for choice!
So…roll up your sleeves and dig in. The food is a major high point of this hotel. Fancy a poolside light lunch with an ice-cold cheeky tequila sunrise? Look no further.
Chef Thierry Dufour’s Canto del Mar is the resort’s signature restaurant; he would qualify as a BNOC of French cuisine in Los Cabos, let’s put it that way. Let the Executive Chef lead you through a culinary journey; enjoy a four-course menu with wine pairing, that showcases the best contemporary French cuisine with the local Los Cabos flavors. Remember to book at least 24 hours in advance to avoid disappointment!
Also try Vista Ballena, where whales are occasionally spotted during breakfast or Mexican themed meals. You’ve also got to try pan-Asian restaurant Sakke, and book a table at seafood specialist Dos Mares. Other all-inclusive perks include the Italian poolside grill, Pergola, and coffee bar Espresso Cappuccino.
For a late night tipple, head to Suspiros Bar for some magical cocktails whipped up by expert mixologists.
Adventurous eater? Are you a fan of the Marquesita? Its a mexican street-food speciality: essentially a crepe filled with Nutella and Philadelphia cream cheese. If you are a fan of this slightly loco salty-sweet flavor combo, and you’re dining at Sakke, try ‘Kushi Age’, breaded skewers of banana and mozzarella cheese. Sounds a little crazy, right? Give it a go!