Solmar Hotels & Resorts are a collection of luxury resorts located on the pacific or west side and closest to the tip of Cabo San Lucas in Mexico. Scuba diving sites are mere minutes away on the sheltered east side of the tip. The resorts range from all inclusive, room service, dine out, to private chef in you penthouse. Most of the units have swimming pools. So, some Solmar Hotels & Resorts pools are large with swim up bars, and some are more private and reclusive. With 8 options to choose from, there is an accommodation just right for everyone's taste and price range. Enjoy our blog article on Frogfish, The Overlooked Camouflage Artist.
Starting by occupancy at Solmar Hotels & Resorts, we find the Playa Grand Resort & Grand Spa with 260 suites on up to Penthouse. Grand Solmar Land's End is fairly new with suites to Penthouse too. Solmar Resort Resort has 100 1-bedroom suites. The Ridge at Playa Grande has master suite to Presidential Suite. So, Grand Solmar at Rancho San Lucas has grand studios to Presidential as well. Hotel Quinta at Solmar Hotels & Resorts, has 72 junior suites. Grand Solmar The Residences have 2,3, & 4-bedroom penthouses. Finally, Grand Solmar Homes and Villas offer either a private Villa near a golf course green and desert back drop view or a spectacular 4-bedroom, 5-bathroom penthouse.
Scuba diving shops and dive centers are a short 5-10 minute stroll from the resorts over near the marina. Some of the dive shops in alphabetical order include Amigos Del Mar, Baja Dive, Cabo Dive Center, Dive Cabo, Dive Ninja Expeditions, Kraken Divers, Manta Scuba Diving, Pelagic Fleet, and the list goes on. When the cruise ships enter port, the local dive shops can get quite busy. If you have enough people in your party, you can charter your own boat, captain, and all. So, there are five main dive sites near the cape and close to Solmar Hotels & Resorts.
Starting near the marina we have North Wall, Pelican Rock, Middle Wall, South Wall, Neptune's Finger, and Land's End. North Wall has a rock covered slope and if you look closely between the rock crevices you may find an octopus holding rocks out in front of itself to blend in with the rest of the scenery. So, in the summer, seahorses are found here. On the far southern side at Land's End, is the wreck of the Nurnberg at 40ft of depth. The Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez meet just south of Solmar Hotels & Resorts, so diving at the tip of the cape is dependent on waves and currents. The sea lions are all over this site too.
At all the other sites, the one constant is the sand that perpetually cascades down the slopes, which is mesmerizing to watch.