Grand Solmar at Rancho San Lucas, located on the Pacific Coast just north of Cabo San Lucas, provides its members with a relaxing, peaceful atmosphere at the resort while still being only a few minutes away from all the action of downtown Cabo. Cabo has an excellent reputation for being one of the most upscale resorts in Los Cabos.
This year in 2021 has been booming as guests get to travel more and more and get the vacation deprivation out of their system. With the best safety protocols in place, our resorts have taken every measure to ensure your stay is the best experience. Our top priority is to provide the resort grounds and interiors have the latest safety and disinfecting protocols to keep you in the safest environment possible.
Grand Solmar At Rancho San Lucas Members Discover Downtown Cabo
But Grand Solmar at Rancho San Lucas members might be surprised to find that the downtown area is relatively small and quaint. Walking from one end of downtown to the other can be achieved in a matter of ten minutes or thereabouts, but doing so is not suggested. Instead, visitors to downtown Cabo should take the time to relish the sights and sounds of the district.
Marking the unofficial beginning of downtown is the Puerto Paraiso Mall. GSRSL members will find a shop selling all sorts of goods at the mall, from leather products to beachwear, sunglasses, to fine jewelry.
Heading further down Marina Blvd., visitors will begin to encounter casual dining restaurants, curio shops, and Cabo’s famous nightclubs, and to near the halfway point, they’ll come upon two Cabo landmarks; the long-standing Giggling Marlin bar & grill and the Sammy Hagar owned Cabo Wabo Cantina.
Beyond this point, GSRSL members will find the quaint streets and colorful boutiques and galleries at the heart of downtown. It’s here that visitors will be treated to the best shopping experience Cabo has to offer.
And those Grand Solmar at Rancho San Lucas members looking to take in some of Cabo’s local culture will find three sites of interest at the far end of downtown; the Los Cabos Cultural Center, the historic San Lucas Catholic Church, and the Amelia Wilkes Plaza. Downtown Cabo does pack a lot into a relatively small area.