Siesta Suites Hotel to and from Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) Prices
|Vehicle||Passengers||One way||Round trip|
|Shared shuttle||Price per passenger||$22.00||$44.00|
|Suburban||Up to 6 passengers||$75.00||$135.00|
|Cadillac Escalade||Up to 6 passengers||$95.00||$155.00|
|Ford Transit||Up to 11 passengers||$90.00||$150.00|
|Mercedes-Benz Sprinter||Up to 21 passengers||$189.00||$315.00|
Siesta Suites Hotel Airport Shuttle
Siesta Suites is an economical and comfortable hotel, perfect to stay during your vacations in Los Cabos. The building sits in Cabo San Lucas near the city marina and Medano Beach which is one of the most visited beaches in the place. The good thing about its location is that places like Cabo Wabo Cantina and Daikoku japanese restaurant are only a short walk from the hotel.
Siesta Suites offers accommodation with a pool, terrace, free wifi, restaurant, instant coffee, a mini market, bar and others. Besides, if guests are traveling with their pet it would not be a problem at the hotel because it’s pet friendly. It also provides amenities like air conditioning, coffee machine, room service, kitchenette, flat TV with cable and more.
Cabo San Lucas
Travel time from the airport:
Private and shared
World-class transportation service
Cabo Airport Shuttle offers private and shared transfers to and from Siesta Suites Hotel at the lowest prices with the best service in town.
How long does it takes to go from Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) to Siesta Suites?
It takes from 40 to 50 minutes depending on the traffic on the toll roads.
Is grocery stop included in the price?
Groceries stops are not included in the price. It can be added with a $25 USD cost for every 30 minutes, only for private shuttles.
What grocery stores are near to Siesta Suites?
Is there any wine store near Siesta Suites?
If you are looking for a greater diversity of alcoholic beverages we recommend La Europea (10 minutes from Siesta Suites). They have an extensive selection of liquor, tequila, and domestic and wines at great prices. Imported products from Italy, Spain, Chile, the USA, and Argentina. Well stocked delicatessen. Approximately 110 different tequilas.