Cabo San Lucas

I got to go to Cabo this past week to celebrate one of my very dear friends' bachelorette parties! I've known Stef for many years now and I am happy to be a part of her wedding party as well as have such an amazing excuse to travel with a group of amazing women ;)

We stayed at the Pueblo Bonito Rose and it was pretty magical! I definitely recommend staying at one of the local resorts if you are traveling to Cabo San Lucas because it is so much easier to be right upstairs from the beach than having to drive/shuttle to it! if you prefer quiet relaxation over a rowdier stay, the Montecristo Estates is where we spent the first two nights, the infinity pools and huge villas were perfect for some r&r. The Pueblo Resorts all have some pretty yummy restaurants and buffets as well as pool service and bars! I ate ceviche and fresh tortilla chips to my hearts content, danced until I literally couldn't anymore, swam, boated to an island, laughed until my stomach hurt, and had so much fun! Definitely one for the books. I have linked below a few of the places we ate at that were definitely delicious as well as the hotel we stayed at! :) 

That last picture made us all laugh as hard as we possibly could and I couldn't post about Cabo without including it! :) 

Stay: (click for site) Montecristo Estates (more of a laid-back, quiet relaxing vibe) 

Pueblo Bonito Rose (more of a resort, beach, and pool party vibe)

A few of the restaurants: The Montecristo Estates and Pueblo Bonito Rose have many restaurants on the property, we had lunch and a breakfast buffet on the property during our stay! Edith's (a little more upscale, great for dinner, and amazing flan!) Common Table: more of a relaxed vibe, definitely would recommend for dinner, didn't try lunch but the menu looked delicious! In the marina & Puerto Paraiso there are quite a few restaurants, definitely recommend Los Deseos Restaurant & Cantina