Los Cabos — a catch-all name for the neighboring towns of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo – is popular travel destination in Mexico on the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez.

The area has grown since celebrities and fishing fans began visiting in the 1950s. Today, this West Coast Mexico destination is rolling out the red carpet for families, offering great experiences suitable for everyone in the group. Whether you are visiting Los Cabos for the many outdoor activities or just to enjoy the great weather on the beach, the exclusive Griffin Club – a 45-room boutique hotel located within the JW Marriott Los Cabos Resort is our pick for luxurious accommodations.

View from the lobby at the JW Marriott Los Cabos Resort

The design of the Griffin Club at the JW Marriott Los Cabos Resort seamlessly blends architecture and art with the site’s powerful desert landscape and an endless panorama of the Pacific Ocean. Though separated from the water by a 35-foot-tall dune, the resort creates an immediate connection from entry to ocean through a horizon-framing main arrival hall and intuitive, adventure-evoking pathways throughout the resort. In addition to contemporary, gorgeously appointed suite accommodations, the secluded Griffin Club provides a generous list of amenities to add value to your stay.

Suite Accommodation at the Griffin Club

The Jasha Spa of the resort offers harmonizes well-being, discovery and indulgence with many treatments focus on indigenous remedies and rituals. Beyond the pools, saunas, and steam rooms, you’ll also have access to a temazcal, a Mexican sweat lodge.

Dining highlight of the resort is the award-winning Chef Thierry Blouet’s renowned Café des Artistes that reinterprets the finest in Mexican cuisine with a French influence. If you’d like to venture off-resort, the Flora Farms is just a short ride, featuring a 25-acre organic working farm in the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains.

Deep Sea Fishing: Photo Courtesy of Los Cabos Tourism Board

The waters off Los Cabos blends the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortés, consisting of prolific marine environments and submarine sea mounts that can be found anywhere from right along the shoreline out to 60 miles. Big game fishing in Los Cabos is highlighted by its world-renowned striped marlin fishery, as well as blue marlin, black marlin, wahoo, yellowfin tuna and dorado.

Golfing in Cabo: Photo Courtesy of Los Cabos Tourism Board

Nearby par 36 golf courses are exclusively designed by Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus offer stunning views of the Sea of Cortez. (Image Courtesy of Los Cabos Tourism Board.

Los Cabos has been one of the strictest destinations in Mexico with its slowest and most stringent Covid-19 re-opening procedures in the country. Los Cabos continues to put a priority on health and safety standards through its Los Cabos With Care initiative. Los Cabos is also one of the only destinations in Mexico that has teamed up with an additional third-party health and safety assurance program to assure and verify all facilities are adhering to high standards. The enhanced destination-wide guidelines ensure the wellbeing of both visitors and the local community, and the destination continues to receive high praise for managing the pandemic. For more information: visitloscabos.travel/industry/los-cabos-with-care

How to Get there:
A short ~3 hour flight from Texas will land you in Los Cabos International Airport, which is only 10 miles away from the Griffin Club at the JW Marriott Los Cabos Resort.