Hotel Quinta Del Sol in Los Cabos Converts to All-Inclusive Resort

Solmar Hotels & Resorts Cabo San Lucas recently announced the conversion of Hotel Quinta del Sol to an all-inclusive property, following major renovations in late 2011.

The new all-inclusive concept will provide guests of the property with enhanced dining options and a variety of other perks in an effort to maintain the hotel group's commitment to providing outstanding service. The conversion is effective immediately.

“By converting Hotel Quinta del Sol to an all-inclusive property, we hope to attract budget-conscious travelers who are looking to enjoy outstanding service, deluxe accommodations and spectacular culinary experiences for an unmatched value,” said Ricardo Orozco, managing director of the hotel collection, in a written release.

The new amenities and services at Hotel Quinta del Sol include a welcome cocktail for all guests, as well as, breakfast, lunch and dinner at the hotel's restaurant, Las Quintas.

All domestic beverages, complimentary in-room beverages on day of arrival, snacks and beverages in the hotel's pool area, wireless Internet, parking, use of the fitness center, use of the beach club at Solmar Resort and one-time laundry service (excluding dry cleaning) are also included in the all-inclusive package.

Also as part of the new all-inclusive offering, guests will receive a 25-percent discount at Playa Grande's Spa and a 10-percent discounted at recommended off-site restaurants.

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