Celebrities frequently hide out in Los Cabos, though it's not much of a hideout with half of L.A. around. The resorts blend Southern California and Mexico style in a hybrid some call "Newport Beach South," and offer all the gourmet cuisine, ethereal spas, and high-style design a weary movie exec or vacationing family (with plenty of discretionary income) could desire. Average room rates hover above $300, and it's only getting pricier, though the arrival of all-inclusives has made family vacations more affordable. Full-scale resorts are popping up all along southern Baja's coastline around La Paz and Loreto. Central Baja shuns pretension, however, and there are also a number of low-key resorts claiming prime vistas the coast. Hotels closer to the border with California cater to weekend guests, whether they are seeking bawdy revelry or total serenity.