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Last week I traveled to Cabo San Lucas for a long weekend to celebrate Jenn’s wedding and spend some time at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica with Nikki!  Jenn asked Nikki and I to be in her wedding, and so we have had this trip scheduled for what feels like so long, so we were so excited to arrive in Mexico and sneak in some beach time before the big day.

As soon as we arrived to Pueblo Bonito Pacifica, I was thinking, “how can I extend this trip and get Christian down here?” He has been wanting to take a week of vacation in May and I felt so guilty because he would have LOVED this resort.  It is an all-inclusive property right on the water in Cabo.  There are multiple pools, tons of cabanas lined up in the sand, several restaurants and incredible suites.

We were assigned a butler named Manuel, and he was so attentive and helpful.  Turns out he also makes the best cocktails on the property (according to us) – you’ll see some of his beautiful concoctions below!

We had the most peaceful massages on Thursday (my masseuse was Melissa and she was fabulous) and there was an awesome gym in the building where we stayed (fun tidbit about me: I love a hotel gym – like, live for it), and I had the best workout Friday morning while overlooking the ocean… I mean, it doesn’t get better than that.

beach cabanasround straw beach bag

coverup | beach bag, also love this one | hat, also available here | sunglasses

blackberry martinipueblo bonito pacificavarsity letter patchbandana neckerchief

denim jacket, also available here | varsity letter patch | los angeles patch | similar jumpsuit here, here, here and here | bag | sunglasses (old), similar styles here and here | neckerchief | sandals

beach lunchretro white sunglasses

beach bag, also love this one | book (finally finished it and it’s so good!) | sunglasses | similar suit here and here

cabanaspilyq scalloped bikinijanessa leone gloria hat

hat, also available here | bikini top and bottoms | similar sarong here and here | sunglassesbeach bag, also love this one

basil mojitopueblo bonito suiteall inclusive cabo resortpueblo bonito suitepolka dot pantsyellow crop top

crop top (old), love this one, this one and this one | bag | similar pants here, here and here | earrings | bracelets | sunglasses | similar heels

retro white sunglasseslavender crop top and skirtarch of cabocabo all inclusive resort

set – old, similar sets here and here | similar sandalsbeach bag, also love this one | earrings

julie vos bracelets

bracelets

floral robes

robes here, here and here

mexico weddinghacienda dressflower maiden

dresses

All in all, I really loved my stay here. I would absolutely go back, and if you can splurge for a suite they are fabulous with plenty of space. The cabanas on the beach are around $40 a day and they are more than amazing, I would highly recommend booking one in advance for at least one day!  I literally wore my hair dirty and and barely wore makeup one night just so I could spent 30 more minutes reading in the cabana. And it was worth it.

Also, if you order room service (which is also included in your booking), the shrimp fajitas are what’s up.

Thank you so much for reading and let me know if you have questions that I didn’t answer! XO –

PS – don’t forget to enter the Louis Vuitton giveaway!

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31 thoughts on “Pueblo Bonito Pacifica in Cabo San Lucas

  1. Something about working out in a hotel gym makes it more fun, no?? lol When we were in Florida last year we used the gym everyday and when we were in Mexico a couple of weeks ago I couldn’t wait to check out the gym haha. We’ve been wanting to go to Cabo so will definitely check out this hotel. Is your pretty purple boat dress a set? And not available anymore? Thanks!!

  2. Where is the colorful beach cover up from in the cabana pic with the black swimsuit? I couldn’t find the link and it’s super cute!

  3. Kathleen! Girl I loved this trip and watching your stories #Idie The pics were amazing and loved reading about your thoughts on your stay! I’ve never been to Mexico #tragic and it’s always so nice to read others’ fun experiences so I can make the longest list ever of places I want to vacay and submit to my husband for strong subtle hints. 😉

    1. I grew up visiting Riviera Maya and Puerto Vallarta but hadn’t been to Cabo until I’d moved to California. There are some FAB resorts and hotels in Mexico definitely worth visiting!

  4. Those dresses were amazing! Wondering what took me so long to discover you omg!!! ✔️ With prom around the corner, I’m looking for dress inspirations. Is there a way you could do like a website good for this occasion? IG:@k8marin

  5. Do you have any tips for keeping jewelry from getting all gooped up in sunscreen while at the beach or pool? Or cleaning tips? I often don’t want to leave my jewelry in the hotel, and taking them off sounds dangerous while surrounded by sand!

    1. I don’t bring a lot of jewelry with me on beach trips, usually only my engagement rings and I keep them on and just clean them when I get home!

  6. Yay I was so looking forward to this blog post!! I’m going here end of June through July 4th weekend and I can’t wait!!!! Thanks so much for sharing your awesome experience ❤️

  7. Heyy….
    Just wondering … if you don’t have a suite…or a butler … is this resort busy ? Fights for chairs in the AM?

    1. We didn’t feel like it was too busy! I will say it was very clearly busier on weekend days than weekdays (if that helps). Definitely not a fight-for-a-chair situation, but I’m not 100% sure what their high season is.

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