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Melia Cabo San Lucas is a great resort - wonderful beach (i swam in the ocean there) and walking to distance to a very cool place for breakfast, lunch, and drinks called "THE OFFICE"....also about a 10 minute walk to town. Nice rooms, great pool bar - BUT, it is not all-inclusive.

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Lets see, Villa Del Palmar, Villa Del Arco, RIU, Melia, gosh I'm sure their are more

 

Are you wanting to get married at the resort you stay at, or just spend your vacation there?

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We stayed at Pueblo Bonito Rose for our ceremony. I picked that resort because it is a swimable beach. It is a beautiful resort. The food is great at both of the restaurants.

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you can swim at the westin, but it depends on the time of year. there's a strong undertow sometimes and they put up red flags when it's too dangerous to swim.

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Thanks everyone! Yes, Tammy, I would prefer to get married at the resort I am staying in. I would prefer, for my guest, to be an all inclusive hotel mostly. Cheaper for them...I'll check those resorts! Thanks!

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Hi, the resorts with swimable beaches are:

 

1.-Hilton

2.-Pueblo Bonito Rose & Blanco

3.-Melia Cabo San Lucas

 

These Hotels have swimable beaches but it depends on how strong the waves are:

1.-Villas del Arco

2.-Villas del Palmar

3.-Westin (beautiful beach) you will this one.

4.-Esperanza Hotel (extremely beautiful beach and breathtaking views!) but expensive hotel.

5.-Plamilla (the best out of all of them) but expensive.

 

Impossible for you to swim would be all of the hotels on the Pacific side, I have seen a few people go in the ocean on that side but you have to be extremely good at it.

 

More dangeorus beaches but sometimes swimable:

1.-RIU hotel & Riu SanTa fe (they are next to each other)

 

I probably missed a few hotels.

 

 

Hope this helps

Juan

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**Off topic**

 

Good to see you around again Juan, We miss you.. ;-)

 

BTW get your Blog up and running for your photo stalkers out there.. lol

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I am getting married at Villa Del Arco in November - it is on the swimmable mendano beach, and it is a nice 5 star resort. Others on this beach that I considered were: Pueblo Bonito, and Me by Melia hotels...

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