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Everything You Need To Know About Our Cabo San Lucas Hotel

Have questions about planning a getaway or business trip to the Baja? Hotel Quinta Del Sol is dedicated to making fabulous events and vacations come to life in beautiful Cabo San Lucas. Whether you're wondering about our downtown accommodations, poolside dining or contemporary event venues, here's everything you need to know about our Los Cabos hotel.
 
  • Located around 1,000 miles south of San Diego, California, Cabo San Lucas is a city at the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula. The Los Cabos International Airport is conveniently located just 28 miles from our downtown hotel location.
  • Los Cabos is a county that incorporates the cities of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo in the State of Baja California Sur, Mexico. Often called Land's End, Los Cabos is situated on the southernmost tip of Baja.
  • Getting to Los Cabos is reasonably easy from most major cities in the United States and Mexico. Rent a car or book your shared or private transfer service from the airport to our hotel before you depart. Ask our staff for details. Airlines serving Los Cabos International Airport include Aeromexico, Alaska Airlines, US Airways, American Airlines, Spirit, Continental, United Airlines, Delta Airlines, Frontier, Sunwing, West Jet, Virgin America, Sun Country, Air Transat, Volaris, Interjet, Viva Aerobus and various charter flights domestic and International.
  • You must possess a valid, government issued drivers license from your resident state or country. No special permits or bonds are needed unless you plan to drive on the Mexican mainland. Roads are usually safe, but can be narrow. The roadway connecting Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo is a well-lit, modern, four-lane freeway. Insurance is required to drive in Mexico. Be sure to pick up a map of gas station locations and keep your gas tank as full as possible, as gas station locations can be far apart.
  • The legal drinking age in Mexico is 18. All visitors who wish to drink alcohol must present a valid photo ID upon request.
  • Los Cabos and Baja California Sur are located in the Mountain Time Zone. Time changes with the seasonal Daylight Savings Time schedule.
 

About Solmar Hotels & Resorts

  • Yes, Solmar Resorts offers a free shuttle service between the Grand Solmar Land's End, Solmar All Inclusive, Playa Grande, and The Ridge at Playa Grande. The shuttle operates most of the day and evening. Ask our front desk for a detailed schedule.
  • Guests of The Ridge Luxury Villas can access all of the Playa Grande and Solmar All Inclusive facilities. Grand Solmar Lands End Resort Spa guests can access all Solmar Hotels & Resorts beaches and facilities. Guests of the Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa can access facilities at the Solmar All Inclusive resort. Meals and beverages are not included in these exchange benefits.
  • Taxis are available at all Solmar Hotels & Resorts, simply ask the staff to hail a cab any time. Be sure to check the current taxi fares posted in the lobby. Taxi fares are generally higher at taxi stands compared to taxis hailed on the street.
  • Yes, free parking and valet service is available for guests who rent cars or who bring their own vehicles to any Solmar Hotels & Resorts property.
  • You can leave your bill open to make drink and meal purchases, shop at our stores or book special tours. All signed purchases will be charged to your final bill. At the end of your stay, you may settle your bill with cash (US dollars or Mexican pesos), travelers checks or Visa, Master Card or American Express credit cards. We do not accept personal checks or Discover cards.
  • Yes, we do offer cribs and high chairs upon request. Please email us before you arrive as availability is limited and extra charges may apply.
  • Yes, we are happy to arrange for supervised childcare. Please contact our hotel concierge at least 24-hours in advance. Be sure to inquire about the cost per hour and per child.
  • All of our hotels and resorts provide convenience stores selling snacks, drinks, beer, wine, spirits, household goods, souvenirs, drugstore items, various imported sundries, and Mexican goods.
  • Although the official currency in Mexico is the Mexican peso, US dollars are accepted in Cabo San Lucas (but not outside the tourist areas). US and Canadian dollars and travelers checks can be exchanged at our Front Desk. Local banks and Bureau de Change outlets can exchange most currencies for pesos, including US dollars, Canadian dollars, Euros, Pounds, and travelers checks.
  • Yes, all of our local banks can provide cash advances and most also have convenient ATM machines for after-hours cash withdrawals.
  • The official language of Mexico is Spanish. English is spoken in the tourist areas, but feel free to practice your Spanish with our staff and locals.
  • Standard power voltage in Mexico is 110 volts. We highly recommend bringing a voltage converter or purchasing one if you are using 220 volt devices.
  • We suggest a daily tip of $3 for the room maids. Waiters should be tipped 15%, while sky caps and bell-boys should receive a tip of $2 US per bag.
  • Your cell phones should work in Mexico, but you should definitely check with your service provider before leaving to ensure you have cell coverage for international travel.
  • Los Cabos offers convenient daily bus service between the cities of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. Busses run on the main highway and pass each stop every 20 minutes. Standard bus fares between cities is 35 pesos per person (about $3 USD).
  • Cabo San Lucas offers a mild, arid climate with over 300 sunny days each year. Temperatures are generally around 80 F during the day and mid-60's at night during the high tourist season (October-April). Low season temperatures (May-September) can hit 100+ F during the day and stay in the high 70's to low 80's in the evening. Most of the region's rain falls during in September and October.
  • Dressing in layers is a good idea, with cool, light colored cotton clothing and comfortable shoes. You will want trousers and a long-sleeved shirt for trips in the jungle, and a light jacket or sweater for cool evenings. Don't forget your swimsuit, hat, sunglasses, and plenty of biodegradable sunscreen!
  • The Mexican government requires visitors to carry a valid passport from their country of residence. If you are flying into Mexico, you will also need to have a Tourist Card (FMT). Your airline will provide you with an FMT card upon arrival.
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