While this isn’t among the cheapest weekly deals we’ve highlighted lately, it’s still one of the best. Getting a basic room and 3 buffet meals daily at an all-inclusive hotel for US$250 per night is great and all, but often when you spend a bit more you get a lot more, and this is one of those cases.
The Barcelo Los Cabos Palace Deluxe All Inclusive is rated at 4.5 stars and averages about the same out of 5 on its guest reviews, making this one of the best and most reliable resorts in Mexico. At the moment they are offering Junior Suites in this all-suite hotel at only US$394 per night for two people, which is 25% off their normal rate. As we’ll discuss below, that is an amazing price for a resort that has this much to offer.
A Junior Suite at the Barcelo Los Cabos Palace Deluxe All Inclusive for US$394 per night for two people, and this comes with a US$200 resort credit for spa services, premium dining, or excursions. An Ocean View Junior Suite is US$40 more per night.
This rate is available through Expedia and it includes free cancellation, as well as the Expedia Extra of the $200 resort credit. There is no minimum stay required to get the rate, but it is subject to availability.
A suite deal indeed
This is where it really gets good. All inclusive resorts tend to have kind of basic rooms because people are meant to be spending their time at the pool and in the restaurants, but this one is anything but basic. The kingsize bed in each room has a pillowtop, for example, with premium bedding and Egyptian cotton linens. The bathtub has jets, and there is a separate shower stall, plus you get bathrobes and complimentary toilets. It’s really a 5-star experience at a 3-star price, considering this is in high season.
There are 619 rooms, so this is one of the larger resorts on Mexico’s Pacific coast, and that means they can provide many more services and still keep prices down. There are 5 swimming pools to go along with the gorgeous beach out front, with several swim-up bars from which to choose, dispensing included cocktails and fresh fruit juices.
The pool cabanas are also included in the price, so people used to paying US$100 per day for them in Las Vegas resorts know what a deal this is. There’s even an on-site water park for the kids (or adults who like water parks).
The food is obviously a big attraction at an all inclusive resort, and many of the cheaper places have one big buffet restaurant and perhaps a premium a la carte place that charges extra, but here you have 8 restaurants (including 2 buffets) and 7 bars. There’s a Spanish, Italian, sea food, steak, and Japanese restaurant in the mix. The Barcelo Los Cabos Palace Deluxe All Inclusive also has different themed entertainment each night, so a one-week stay will feel like a trip around the world without having to pack your bags in between stops.