The Bungalows Hotel
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- 98%Family Travelers
- 63%Local Culture
- 63%Business Travelers
- 51%Budget Travelers
Member Reviews (3)
- The Bungalows HotelMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily TravelersFoodies+ 3Oct 04, 2013
On a recent stay here, co-owner Eric greeted us with a warm hug and a fresh fruit drink. He and his mother run this authentic inn, removed from the chaos of downtown Cabo. It might be a little off the beaten path, but it's worth it just for the homemade breakfast that rotates between fresh tropical fruit, smoothies, omelettes, and some of the fluffiest waffles you'll ever eat. Fresh coffee flows all day. There are eight suites, a honeymoon suite, and six two-bedroom bungalows. The grounds are small, but pretty and filled with trees and a modest pool. It's about a 10-minute walk to the plaza downtown. At night, it's probably best to take a cab back to the inn.Recommended for:
- The Bungalows HotelMember ofFamily TravelersFoodiesAdventure Travelers+ 1Sep 13, 2013
This is a very nice, quiet, family run hotel away from the bustle of Cabo. There are only about 20 rooms around a very nice pool. If you are looking to party, this is not the place - it was dead quiet most days. I spent a few days relaxing by the pool, reading and enjoying the quiet. It is very family friendly, and they cook an amazing homemade mexican breakfast every day. Downsides - you are not on the beach - you actually need to walk down the hill and through town or take a short cab ride - kind of a hassle. Also, no bar. Overall we really liked this place and would stay here again.Recommended for:
- The Bungalows HotelJul 04, 2012
Lonely Planet says "put simply, if you can stay here, do." I agree. At least, if you're looking for a calm and secluded place to relax in the middle of an otherwise pretty loud and festive town. Rooms are beautiful, food in excellent, and the staff is super friendly and helpful (they even made calls to Todos Santos for us to reserve a room for the next leg of our journey). Highly recommended.
Map on website is sort of confusing (http://www.cabobungalows.com/map.htm). Location on Lonely Planet map is off by about a few blocks (http://hotels.lonelyplanet.com/mexico/cabo-san-lucas-r2098068/bungalows-breakfast-inn-p1013980/).
It's on the corner of Lienzo Charro and Miguel Angel Herrera M., right in front of the roundabout (you can see the swimming pool in the Google Maps satellite view).</p>