Grand Solmar at Rancho San Lucas is a place unlike any other, nestled amid turquoise oceans and striking desert vistas. From the swim-up bar, private beach, and infinity pool, take in unending panoramas of the ocean and soft sea breezes.
The Greg Norman designed golf course at Rancho San Lucas, the centerpiece of an 834-acre resort and residential establishment facing the Pacific Ocean 15 minutes from downtown Cabo San Lucas, is primed to become the area’s next premier attraction.
Greg Norman, who is renowned for his “least-disturbance” design philosophy, adapted the course to the topography of the location and produced a low-profile course with expansive ocean views from every hole. The course’s layout traverses three distinct habitats. Meandering through enormous windswept dunes, beachside golf on the front nine and climbing through a dense cactus forest divided by riverbeds on the back nine.
A few of the holes at Rancho San Lucas are on the shore, including the par-3 third, which runs parallel to the water, and the par-4 14th, a stunning right-to-left switchback that plays to a wide fairway surrounded by shoulder-high dunes with a massive raised green as its conclusion.
A private beach retreat with loungers and cabanas, two adult-only infinity pools, a pool for children with a small waterpark, a clinic, and concierge services are all included in the resort.
Outdoor areas at The Grand Solmar at Rancho San Lucas include courtyards, beautiful gardens, and a romantic wedding pavilion in front of an event lawn with ocean views. Additionally, the resort’s multi-level spa offers a number of therapeutic massages and body therapies intended to enhance relaxation and restoration.
The resort’s signature eatery, La Roca, offers a global menu that includes freshly caught seafood, handcrafted bread, and other Mexican delicacies. A more relaxed outdoor alternative with a wide variety of food options and handcrafted tropical beverages is the Las Olas Poolside Bar & Grill.
This region is well-known for its abundance of natural treasures, including the environment and animal population. The possibilities for both land and water experiences are virtually infinite because Los Cabos is recognized as the place where the desert and the sea converge.
Many locals suggest beginning with the Whale Watching Excursions if you want to see Cabo San Lucas’ exceptional wildlife. Visitors to Grand Solmar Rancho San Lucas can watch various species of whales migrate into bays and inlets to breed from late fall to early spring.
Experienced anglers and amateur sports fishermen alike know Cabo well for its shoreline and offshore fishing. Many repeat tourists claim that the best time to go fishing in Cabo is during the winter.
Cabo San Lucas is a city near the southernmost point of the Baja Peninsula, located about 1,000 miles south of San Diego. The hotel is only 28 miles from the Los Cabos International Airport.
Premier Golf can recommend personalized golf packages based on exactly what you want, so you can arrive and begin your break in full relaxation mode.