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Cabo San Lucas Budget Hotels


As we all know Cabo is a luxury worldwide destination, but the question is can travelers with less than celebrity status afford to visit the best place on earth? And the answer is yes!  And with a growing selection of moderately priced hotels and inns, planning an economical vacation has never being so much fun. Here there are some examples:

The all new Siesta Suites Hotel- As June 1, 2007 this adorable place reopens its doors after a full phase of remodeling. Fifteen of the rooms are suites and come equipped with a full kitchen including a large fridge and stove; separate bedroom as well as a small living space, the remaining 5 hotel rooms come with two queen beds, a sofa and a small fridge. Siesta suites also rents a penthouse on the 5th floor with a 360 degree view of  Cabo’s city lights. Rates are $69 US a night double occupancy plus 13% tax. The penthouse goes for $76 US a night plus 13% tax. Guests here receive free assistance with booking any activity and can enjoy great Italian food at extremely reasonable prices courtesy of Salvatore’s restaurant located in the Hotel’s lush courtyard around the wading pool. www.cabosiestasuites.com

The Mexican Inn is a small hotel that is just as surprising and elegant as its name. Located two blocks from the  Jungle  Bar The Mexican Inn is decorated with art and handcrafted items from around the country. Rooms come with a 22” television; free DVD player plus a library of movies; air-conditioning; ceiling fan; and a queen size bed. One suite is available that sleeps up to four people. A free continental breakfast is offered under the palapa for guests each morning. Rates are range from $55 -$70 US plus tax. www.themexicaninn.com

Hotel Santa Fe, part of Villa group which owns the Villa del Palmar, Villa la estancia and Villa del Arco resorts in Cabo. The 46 Santa Fe provide guests with fully equipped kitchenettes  including everything from utensils to a coffee maker, free parking, a deli, laundry facility and spacious pool area. Each room has air-conditioning, ceiling fan, phone, cable or satellite TV, a dinette set, sofa and minibar. A four block walk from Cabo’s main drag. Hotel Santa Fe begins at $73 US per night. www.hotelsantafeloscabos.com

Los Milagros Hotel. Established just a a block from the corner bar, Los Milagros (the miracles)  is serenity from the moment one walks beyond the large Iron door. The babbling fountain in the courtyard sits near a small pool and an ivy covered wall. The eleven rooms at this hotel range for simple rooms with a queen or two double beds to suites with kitchenettes and separate living and dining spaces. Los Milagros Hotel even has a master suite complete with a sunken tub and a full size kitchen. All rooms come with phone, TV, wireless access or Internet hookup. Rates for double occupancy range from  $75 to $115 US www.losmilagros.com.mx

Hotel Mar de Cortez is one of Cabo’s original Hotels. The 90 rooms here are pretty basic and have no in room tv’s or phones however they are all air-conditioned super spacious, and Cabo’s nightlife, shopping and activities are literally just steps from the lobby, which does offer a public phone. Mar de Cortez has recently redone its pool and still offers some great food in their on site restaurant where satellite TV is available. Guests can choose from three different room types at Mar de Cortez: standard, terrace and garden view, with prices ranging from $50 to $60 US per night for double occupancy, plus 13% tax and 10% service charge. www.mardecortez.com

Hotel Seven crown. Across the street from Dominos Pizza on the main street, this 40-room gem caters to business travelers as well as tourists looking to save a buck. Here guests receive a free daily breakfast in the on-site breakfast-bar which also serves as the internet access area. Standard rooms here go for $845 pesos ($80 US) per night but there is an attractive discount offered to business travelers, making their rate just $644 pesos ($61 US). Each small guest room is equipped with cable TV, phone, air conditioning, and a mini fridge, rooms are very simple but clean and comfy. www.sevencrownhotels.com

Probably Cabo’s newest budget hotel, Best western’s Hotel Quinta del Sol sits exactly at the entrance to Cabo San Lucas. This  brightly colored structure consists in 73 rooms, each complete with a spacious bathroom and vanity, sitting area, kitchenette with coffee maker and fridge, in room safe, air conditioning and cable/satellite TV. There is heated pool, large private parking area within the hotel, free continental breakfast as well as ice machines and laundry facilities on the premises.   Depending on the time of the year room prices range from $83 to $99 US Nightly plus 13% tax. www.quintadelsol.com

I hope this is useful information for you!  Make sure to search on online to see customer ratings and feedback from people who have stayed at these hotels.