We booked a three night stay in a larger suite which accommodated our family of four very comfortably. Our two kids, ages 8 and 13 shared a separate bedroom containing 1 queen and 1 twin bed while my hubby and I shared a room with a queen bed. The kitchenette and small sitting area with sofa along with the back patio which had two hammocks outside were relaxing, rooms and bathroom were clean and beautifully decorated. Pool area is landscaped with gorgeous tropical plants and coconut trees which offered plenty of shade. The location felt safe and so comfortable for our family away from the bars and noise of the main tourist areas. We liked the ability to explore Cabo on foot. Easy to walk to Medano Beach & Marina area though we opted to take a taxi back to the hotel after a full day in the sun. The ride to the hotel from the Marina area was only $12 US. Our last day we rented a car and Eric recommended Todos Santos by car which was one of the highlights of our trip. Our only regret was that we did not stay longer at this comfortable place! As first time visitors to Los Cabos we spent the first 3 nights at the Bungalows and stayed closer to San Jose Del Cabo in the Zona Hotelera the last few nights. Unfortunately the stay in a larger resort was not as pleasant as our stay at the Bungalows. We will definitely be staying longer on our next visit. Breakfasts were amazing and staff really made us feel at home, everyone was so pleasant and helpful. Thank you!!
Traveller from Austin, Texas
Located in Pedregal, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Las Californias Museum, Land's End, and The Arch. Lover's Beach is …More
we had a great time at El Nido. The owners are super friendly and helpful. Breakfast was superb and made fresh. The rooms are very comfortable and secure. The only negative thing I can say is there is road noise in the morning as the locals are heading to work. Ear plugs are very helpful. I would definitely recommend this place.
Traveller from USA
Located in Pedregal, this bed & breakfast is within 2 mi (3 km) of Las Californias Museum, Land's End, and The Arch. Lover's …More