Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach is a beautiful resort that I would be glad to visit again. Our official honeymoon was a most generous gift from Matt’s mother and step-father, who are timeshare owners at the resort. I can see why they love Sunset Beach so much. The property itself is stunningly beautiful, the views are unmatched, and the level of service is outstanding. Built into an upward sloping hill, each unit has a view facing the ocean, a unique feature of the resort.
We checked into a very comfortable Executive Ocean View Suite, which offers one large private bedroom with two queen beds and two full bathrooms. There is a nicely equipped kitchen (only missing a dishwasher which truthfully, is not necessary to have) and a large living room space with a TV, dining table and a sleeper-sofa. Because we stayed in an end-unit, we also enjoyed a larger balcony. With nearly 1,100 square feet of living space, the Executive Suite is plenty of space for a newlywed couple and can accommodate up to 6 people.
Upon check in, guests are given building options to choose from. After mulling over the available options, we selected a room in Building 21 on the 8th floor. Building 21 is located along the top-most row of buildings, in the North-East corner of the resort. While this building is further from the beach, it is closer to the Sky Pool and the Market at Quivira, which serves as the main hub for dining and entertainment.
What a gorgeous sunrise view from our balcony!
Pueblo Bonito operates several sister resorts in Cabo San Lucas, with Sunset Beach being the largest (so far):
- – Sunset Beach (largest resort, family-friendly)
- – Pacifica (adults-only Resort)
- – Rosé
- – Los Cabos (formerly Blanco)
- – and the new Montecristo Estates (luxury villas)
Vacationers can enjoy their all-inclusive benefits across the sister resorts, which is something we happily took advantage of. The resort offers free bus transportation across the resorts for guests, making trips a breeze. We visited Rosé several times during our week-long stay as this resort is closer to town, with the marina and entertainment a short one mile walk away.
Travel Tip: Free transportation between sister resorts is booked with the Market at Quivira bellboy, and can only be booked the day of transport. Shuttles depart every hour at PB, and at every half-hour from Rosé. Spots fill up quickly, so I recommend booking in the morning to ensure you secure your desired time. I reserved our spots early in the morning without issue.