This past summer, something interesting happened in Los Cabos. Typically, summer is when the tourism scene cools down, but not this time. The average room rate in Los Cabos hotels stayed stubbornly high, hovering over $400 USD. That’s pretty steep for what’s usually considered the “low season.”
But here’s where it gets even more eye-popping. The crème de la crème of Los Cabos’ resorts, those top-tier, ultra-luxurious places? They’re in a league of their own. We’re talking about the 14 most lavish hotels where the average nightly rate was a whopping $1,200 USD. That’s right, a grand two hundred per night! This figure comes straight from the horse’s mouth – the latest report by the local hotel association.
So, what’s the deal? Why are the rates so high even in the low season? It could be the enduring allure of Los Cabos, its pristine beaches, world-class amenities, and that exclusive vibe. Whatever the reason, it seems like Los Cabos is bucking the trend and redefining what “low season” means in the world of luxury travel.