Solmar All Inclusive Resort & Beach Club
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSolmar All Inclusive Resort & Beach Club Cabo San Lucas
An older, quaint hotel. If you're looking for the big, fancy, new resorts in town, this isn't it. Beautiful location right on the beach (though you can't swim here because of the currents), great for those looking for a quiet stay. Very good food at the restaurant (all made to order), though limited selection. We stayed here for only a few nights - a week of all-inclusive here would've gotten boring. Hours for the restaurant and bar are fairly limited, closing early.
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