Published On: Thu, Nov 9th, 2017

Paradisus Los Cabos raises the bar for all-inclusive resorts

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“If you need anything at all, just call this number and a butler will assist you.”

Checking into Paradisus Los Cabos in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico, I tried to play it cool in the private lounge exclusive to Royal Service guests, but in reality I immediately started making a mental list of everything I could ask my butler to do. As it turned out, the service was so good across the resort the only request I made during my stay was for ice.

When I was first invited to visit Paradisus Los Cabos for the weekend with a group of travel writers, my initial thought was that it was a long way to go for three nights. But as I was offered a glass of cold, refreshing bubbly by a butler during that initial check-in, I decided it was well worth the trip. I also considered the fact that the Okanagan, a favourite weekend getaway for me and my husband, is the equivalent five-hour trip from Vancouver.

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Grab a seat. Bar stools at Paradisus Los Cabos overlooking the Sea of Cortez. Photo Sandra Thomas


And with a weekend ahead of me filled with exotic cocktails, excuisite cuisine and white sand beaches as far as the eye can see — I had to ask, what more could a sun-loving traveller ask for?

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The ocean-front restaurant exclusive to Royal Service guests at Paradisus Los Cabos in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico. Photo Sandra Thomas


Besides butlers, the Royal Service packages offer an adults-only pool, exclusive ocean-front restaurant and lounge and beach access. The resort is also popular for its postcard worthy swim-up suites…

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