The Pacifica was a great experience. It has a friendly, laid back and relaxing vibe, especially if you grab lounge chairs and an umbrella on the beach. It caters to couples and small groups that have come to relax in the sun. It's adults only, which was nice. Don't go if you are interested in a wild party experience because this is not the place for that. The beach is completely private and we rarely saw anyone on our daily beach walks. The food was great and it was easy to get in at any of the dining options. We saw whales everyday, manta rays constantly jumping, and even saw a shark just outside the wave break. One thing to know is the riptide is really, really intense on this beach, so getting in the ocean is not an option. If you go for the private butler option on your room, ask for Manuel! He is awesome! We will be back to the Pacifica.
Traveller from Portland, OR
This oceanfront, boutique adults-only resort with cutting-edge, minimalist style sits by itself on a rugged 4-km (2.5-mi) …More
NIce pool, beach vendors were polite, clean, fun night shows and entertainment at the beach pool. The food was mediocre. Most of the time it was overcooked and cold. Most staff very friendly. When things did not work, it was always tomorrow. Our garden room by the Mexican restaurant was very noisy with carts and voices. good for a short stay.
Traveller from Centennial, CO
Resort is located along the renowned Medano Beach with spectacular views of the Arch at Land’s End. Downtown Cabo San Lucas …More
Stayed in a budget hotel in La Paz for a week and noticed no people swims along the malecon. Never got a really good explanation other than some nonsense about "everyone is working". I mentioned that if this were Brasil the beaches would have lots of folks in the water. Decided to move out to La Concha Beach Resort and enjoyed swimming and snorkeling right in front of the hotel. Also booked a SCUBA dive in the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez with the dive shop on the premises - great and very professional staff. Reasonable room rates and restaurant serves up some good dishes at prices in line with malecon eateries in La Paz.
Traveller from USA
This La Paz resort is on the beach, 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Playa Pichilingue, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Tesoro Beach and …More
I gave this hotel a five because one must remember that this is not trying to be a 5 star all inclusive resort. It is a beautiful location close by to the Malecon with a wonderful view and access to the marina. Overall I thought it was great for what we were looking for.
Traveller from Alberta
Located in the heart of La Paz, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Playa Pichilingue, Malecon Kiosk, and Biblioteca de la …More
Super comfortable bed and nice pool. Very stark modern design - furniture in the rooms basically all concrete. Felt a bit understaffed, but this was probably because it was Monday during the off season.
Traveller from Brooklyn, NY
Located in the heart of Todos Santos, this spa hotel is steps from Prof. Nestor Agundez Martinez Cultural Center and Palm …More