Experience Adventure in Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlán and Beyond

Vacationing in any of our luxury Mexico beach resorts means every guest enjoys personal, exceptional attention and elevated amenities amidst absolutely stunning surroundings. Each one of our Pueblo Bonito properties offers a distinctive array of services and luxe comforts to delight discerning travelers.

Our four properties in Los Cabos: Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort, Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Golf & Spa Resort, Montecristo Estates Luxury Villas, Pueblo Bonito Rosé Resort & Spa, and Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos Beach Resort continue to set the standard of hospitality in the region. Meanwhile, our two Mazatlán properties: Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay Resort & Spa, and the newly renovated Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán Beach Resort further raise the bar when it comes to resort excellence. Among all our award-wining luxury properties, you will find at least three AAA's Four Diamond Award recipients. And it only gets better from here. Future plans include the first of seven resorts under our new ultra-luxe Pueblo Bonito Vantage brand: Pueblo Bonito Vantage San Miguel De Allende.

Since opening the first resort in 1987, each Pueblo Bonito property has premiered its own unique design concept, ambiance and personality so that no two experiences are alike. Furthermore, each new resort ushers in a new phase of renovations and upgrades for all other existing properties. We also continue to pursue the highest standard in guest satisfaction, which has led to perks like feather top beds, microwaves in every suite, and an extensive pillow menu.

We are passionate about offering a first-class experience at every turn. Our developers are always scouting and seeking that next ideal location, that hidden magical town, the perfect beach. No expense is ever spared when it comes to acquiring works of art, statuary, antiques, furnishings, or even the most minute décor detail. We cut zero corners when it comes to hiring the most talented individuals to join our dedicated service staff and superstar chefs. Guests enjoy some truly outstanding cuisine at a choice of upscale restaurants, friendly yet exacting service, a wide variety of curated activities, and state-of-the-art and always impeccably maintained spa and fitness facilities.

And while indulging our guests is always the priority, we also practice and promote sustainable tourism. Our resorts in Cabo San Lucas and Mazatlán continue to fine-tune our best practices in order to reduce environmental impact, and we actively encourage appreciation for our natural surroundings. From protecting nesting sea turtles to implementing an innovative recycling program, Pueblo Bonito preserves the natural identity and integrity of Mexico's beautiful destinations.


Pueblo Bonito uses a solid waste program in six waterfront hotels and spas that recycles food, paper, plastic, glass, metals and hazardous chemicals. Organic waste is used to make compost fertilizer for our gardens. We are proud to say we send the least amount of trash to local dumps!

Global Warming

To combat global warming, we have implemented energy saving programs, solid waste management and recycling, a compost center, and guest/staff transportation to reduce our carbon footprint. By following Green Globe standards, we instill environmental awareness to our staff and guests, and reduce the effect of global warming.

Clean Up Campaigns

To help communities find balance between tourism and waste, Pueblo Bonito Resorts has clean up campaigns in Mazatlán, Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Clean up campaigns are carried out in streets, parks, green areas, schools and hotels, as well as along beaches.

Fauna Protection

Protecting our natural environment and wildlife is a big part of our efforts. We have joined forces with programs such as the Marine Turtle Protection Program to protect the marine turtles, whales, pichichi ducks, brown pelicans, white tail doves and black iguanas in Los Cabos, Mazatlán and the Sea of Cortez.

Flora Protection

Part of our environmental responsibility is to rescue local plants. In Los Cabos, we protect endangered fish hook red barrel cactus and rescue Elephant Tree and Wild Plum "Ciruelo." Our hotels have small nurseries where plants are transplanted and reproduced. In Mazatlán, rescued plants are reforested in green areas, and our compost center produces organic fertilizer. Our botanical garden, Cactimindo, in San Jose del Cabo, conserves vital cacti of Mexico and the world's desert ecosystems.