First off, thanks for all of the information off of this board that I received before going to Cabo. The information helped us out a lot. This may be my new favorite place to vacation. Not to toot my own horn, but I've travelled quite a bit for a 30 year old guy. I've been to Cancun many times, Puerto Rico, Riviera Maya, Aruba, and many other places. Cabo is in the top two(tied with Aruba).
My wife and I stayed at the Club Regina at the Westin and it was incredible. We met my brother and his girlfriend there and they also stayed at the Club Regina. We were in a one bedroom, ocean view, with two total bathrooms, a living room, full kitchen, and way more space then we needed. The Westin hosts about 8 swimming pools and plenty of beach space. The service was excellent and the staff very friendly and polite. Housekeeping came twice a day and kept the room very clean. Some complained of the amount of walking involved here, but we found it to be really easy to get around. Unless you're past your 70's, you will have no problems getting around the grounds. There are a fair amount of stairs to get to the beach, but nothing too major.
We found the airport to be almost hassle-free. It was a small airport with only 6 terminals. It seemed organized and on time. Some people pose as taxi drivers at the airport and offer you free rides to your hotel. Avoid those people, they are time share sharks. Nothing in Cabo is free. There is almost always a time share linked to any freebies....avoid them.
We went into Cabo San lucas twice. It was about a twenty minute cab ride from out hotel and cost $26 for 4 people each way....a little steep, but it's vacation. Once we went to the Giggling Marlin for dinner. Excellent food, great atmosplere, cheap eats...highly recommended. That night we went to Squid Roe for drinks and partying....a very fun place. The other trip into San Lucas we went to The Office for dinner on the beach. This place was awesome. The food was excellent, the beach tables were charming, and it was Cinco De Mayo, so needless to say, the tequila was flowing heavily and they put on a great show during dinner. That night we went to Cabo Wabo, but it was packed! We stayed for one drink, then went to the bar right outside of Cabo Wabo where we got two beers and two shots for $3 bucks. We firmly planted our asses there until we could handle no more alcohol.
Shopping in San Lucas was nice. Cool little flea markets and such, but also nice, higher-end type stores there.
We also went into San Jose Del Cabo one night. This was about a 10 minute cab ride and was $15 for 4 people each way. We ate at a place called "Local Eight" and it was excellent. The atmosphere was gorgeous and the food was incredible. You eat outside and sit on couches! We were greeted by multiple hummingbirds that buzzed around us while we ate....it was so cool. The shopping here is more expensive, but they had really nice stuff. If you're looking for bargains here, you wont find any. Go to San Lucas for the bargains and bartering.
Lastly, we did not see a single cloud in the sky until our last day there. The weather was absolutely perfect and sunny every day. The climate is almost identical to Aruba in that it is just a huge desert with dry and sunny days. I did get heat rash. I still don't know how. I am a very dark haired guy who never burns and usually gets a deep, dark tan. I also went tanning about 10 times prior to leaving. I wore Banana Boat 30 every day and still got roasted, so play it safe with the lotions and apply heavily. I now have this itchy sun rash that is finally starting to go away after two days of no Cabo sun.
There's a lot more, but I don't want to ramble on. If you want any questions answered, then feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bottom line, Cabo rocks! Go there and you will not be disappointed.