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We are staying at the Hilton until the Sunday after the wedding. We want to stay somewhere else for the rest of the week.

 

We were looking at Pueblo Bonito Rose.

 

Any thoughts?

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Jenesis,

I've heard really positive things about the PB hotels. I think the Pacifica property may be more honeymoon-ish. Definitely do a search on the forum, I remember somebody posting info on both properties.

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These are some comments I got off of Trip Advisor when I was looking at hotel options. Not sure if it helps - but thought I'd post anyway ...

 

1) Have you thought of maybe Sunset Beach or Pacifica they are not on the main drag with everyone else it's on on it 's own on the Pacific side facing west. It's on a private beach!

 

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2) There are actually 4 Pueblo Bonito properties. The Rose, Blanco, Sunset Beach and Pacifico. Sunset Beach and Pacifico are located on the Pacific Ocean and the other two are in town on Medano Beach. All of them are really nice. Pacifico does not allow kids. Sunset Beach is built on a mountain so you get around the property on golf carts. Might not be the best place for a older group. Rose and Blanco are within walking distance to everything in town and is on a swimmable beach. Sunset and Pacifico you are not able to swim in the ocean because of undertows.

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We are staying 4 nights after our wedding at the Pueblo Bonito Pacifica. I visited the property during our site visit in June and the place is just stunning. We would've had our wedding there too, but it is just a little too "far away from everything else." Otherwise, I think it is a perfect honeymoon resort. It's an newer property and the room rates are great. I almost feel like the place just isn't well-known enough yet for them to jack their rates up. I just booked our room online.

 

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We are staying at the Hilton until the Sunday after the wedding. We want to stay somewhere else for the rest of the week.

 

We were looking at Pueblo Bonito Rose.

 

Any thoughts?

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We are staying at the Hilton until the Sunday after the wedding. We want to stay somewhere else for the rest of the week.

We were looking at Pueblo Bonito Rose.

Any thoughts?
you know what i was just thinking...since hilton is away from everything, you may want to do a honeymoon that is walking to everything...just a thought.

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you know what i was just thinking...since hilton is away from everything, you may want to do a honeymoon that is walking to everything...just a thought.
I think that it sounds like a good idea. Especially since most of our guests will be leaving on the Monday anway. It will jsut be us and we can do whatever we want.

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We just got married at the Pacifica and even though it is far away and secluded, it is still less than a 10 minute cab ride to Cabo, although I doubt you will want to leave the hotel. We had such a great time there with all of our guests and there are fire pits and a great, huge hot tub and beds out on the beach. It also has the most amazing sunsets in Cabo because it is on the Pacific side, which is where the sun actually sets, so you actually see it go down in the water.

 

I would agree, it is the best deal in Cabo. When we first booked our wedding there you could get rooms online for $188 a night.

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