- Reviews: 18
Westin Regina: Westin Regina-Rad Place to stay
If your looking for an extremely relaxing place to stay I strongly recomend staying at the Westin. A great place to go to totally relax and get away from it all.
Don't go if your looking for a younger party crowd.
Ocean View Rooms Available
The Heavenly Bed
Individual Climate Control
In-Room Electronic Safe
Golf Courses Nearby
Fitness and Spa Facilities/Services
La Cantina Sports and Fun Bar
On The Rocks Bar
- Reviews: 201
Villas Estrellas: Cabo in Ultimate Luxury
Only for the ultimate jet set, Villa Estrellas (which translates into "House of the Stars") features 5 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and private Pedregal beach. Situated in the serene hills of the exclusive gated El Pedregal estates.
Amenities include: ~ 5 master suites with private balconies
~ 6.5 bathrooms
~ infinity pool
~spacious pool decks
~ use of a Hummer and Chevy Suburban
~ optional private chef
~ full service media room
~poolside cabana bathroom
Make sure your wallet is prepared, a night at the Villa runs about $2,000USD.
~breathtaking views from every room
~sleeps 10 people comfortably
~perfect for entertaining
~ 5 minutes to downtown Cabo
~unique fire pit
- Reviews: 1
INTERCONTINENTAL (AI): Great All Inclusive!
I had a great stay at the Intercontinental Presidente all inclusive resort in Cabo San Jose! It is a bit off the beaten track, but they have good service! I really liked the El Patio restaurant. You need reservations, but for part of the inclusive price you receive great meals! I tried the sesame covered mahi mahi and the special beef in an unbelievably tasty sauce! The desserts were also amazing! Try the triple chocolate dessert with hot chocolate poured over the whole thing! The room service was also excellent! I enjoyed the carnival night and the massage in a cabana on the beach! They have shuttles to Cabo San Lucas for $10 round trip and you can take the local bus for $2.50 per way, it is about a mile from the resort, so you need to walk or catch a taxi for $5. A taxi ride is way too expensive at about $30, and totally not necessary!
Last but not least the yoga and tai chi on the beach every morning was an awesome part of the experience!
- Reviews: 5
Marquis Hotel: Enchanting
Walking into this hotel after a rough day at the airport was like dyin and going to heaven. Everything in the open-air lobby is in shades of white, beige, and yellow with the sweeping view of the blue ocean providing a stark contrast. The ultra-helpful staff provides a brief introduction of the property (pools, restaurants, bars, spa services, etc) on the way to your room. The walk to the room is an experience itself through wide hallways, framed with little "zen rock gardens" and lighted by toches on the walls. With enough imagination, one can pretend he or she is in a Mediaeval castle (in Mexico?). Our bedroom faced the ocean and had a gorgeous view. the inside of the room was near perfect except for the fact that there were doors next to the jacuzzi in the bathroom that open into the room- even after we closed them (there was no lock or latch to prevent them from opening).
Perfect views, three pools that are kept at a constant temperature of 85 degrees fahrenheit, helpful staff, softs beds that you sink into,
- Reviews: 8
The Westin Regina Resort and Spa: Stay here for semi-lux experience
The Westin is a great hotel for an expensive sort of trip -- the sound of beach and the look of the beach is really amazing. Rooms all face the ocean -- pool is great -- food pricey, but big giant buffets -- I rented a car and the drive into town isn't bad. I could stay at the hotel for a couple of days before my ability to simply lie on the beach expired. Town is -- well not much, but under construction and very touris focused -- there's a mall, so that's all I have to stay about town. There are several good restuarants on the beach and they're fun even for the jaded.
- Reviews: 174
Westin Regina: Great Resort
This is a beautiful resort with a unique architecture. The lobby is at the peak of the hill and there is a huge opening in the structure of the hotel down below the lobby that allows you to see the ocean. It is too hard to decscribe.
The resort has a series of pools, some warmer that others. The swim up bar is very accomodating. They have two nice restaurants overlooking the water. The El Set restaurant prepared our Dorado fish we caught for our dinner.
- Reviews: 66
a nice thing about the...
a nice thing about the Hacienda hotel is that it is a traditional mexican hotel. if you want a large, sterile, huge, modern hotel stay at the Westin.
- Reviews: 66
the gardens are manicured by a...
the gardens are manicured by a team of very friendly workers. take any number of paths and enjoy a beautiful stroll to the beach or the pool.
- Reviews: 487
I stayed at the Melia San...
I stayed at the Melia San Lucas. Nice place, but had to convince the desk to give us the ocean front room we'd paid extra to get.
Walking distance to downtown.
- Reviews: 1
Villa Costa Brava: Private Cabo Villas
We had an amazing stay at Villa Costa Brava last summer. We booked it through CaboVillas.com, and they were very helpful and knowledgeable in helping us pick out the best property for our group (mostly family). The villa is in the Corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, but driving to either was quick and easy.
The villa itself is 3BR/3BA, and about 3,000 sq. feet. It had internet access and a Vonage telephone line, which was really convenient. It was furnished very nicely, and had daily maid service. We also had a private chef come one of the nights to cook dinner - it was fantastic!
I would highly recommend this villa, or others through this company.
Private beach access, private pool, small kid's pool, internet and Vonage, excellent location, very private.
- Reviews: 1
The Barcelo: Great deals in Los Cabos
Hi everyone! I just booked my winter travel plans to Los Cabos, Baja California. With the state of the economy, lots of hotels are offering huge discounts for people looking to travel to Mexico. One of my favorite chains, Barcelo (Spain) is offering an incredible deal where anyone can get up to 45% off any reservation. The Barcelo hotel in Cabo is under construction, with an opening date of December 1 – if anyone is thinking about going to Cabo, this promotion really is a great way to save some money. Just go to http://www.thehotelofyourdreams.com/?33 and write a review of what kind of hotel room you would like to stay in. Hopefully see some people down Mexico way!
Barcelo Hotels are true luxury in all respects from yhe atention in detail in the rooms to the awesome pool and common areas. They are reminiscent of otherinfamous spots such as the Delano in Miami or many of the high end JW Marriots in resort areas.
- Reviews: 1
Villa Maria and Villa Al Fin: Villas in Pedregal
I stayed in a beautiful Villa MARIA in Pedregal Cabo San Lucas over looking the Pacific ocean. Thanks a lot CESAR for your incredible attention with us, he´s the property rentals and manager of Cabo Dreams Rentals and belive me they´re the best (www.cabodreamsrentals.com). It was the holiday of my dreams. The mexican people were beautiful people and I felt safe there. Pedregal is a gated community with security 24hours a day. We had a wonderful experience there. In cabo itself was great shopping, great food, very exciting. CESAR provided us SPA and Chef services in our villa.
Luxury and privacy of the villa lifestyle.
. Food and beverage pre-stocking
. Private gourmet chefs and catering
. Butlers and housekeepers
. Complete in-villa spa treatments
. VIP transportation
. Arrangements for activities and services, such as fishing, golf, boating, day tours, cell phone rentals, child care, and much
- Reviews: 1
Hotel Barcelo: Great all inclusive with huge grand opening discou
There is currently a Hotel Barcelo under construction that will be completed by Mid December, which is a great hotel chain. Since it’s their grand opening they’re offering an incredible deal where you can get up to 45% off of early reservations. Just go to thehotelofyourdreams.com/?33 and write a review of what kind of hotel room you would like to stay in. 25% off for early reservations, up to 20% (5% for each comment on the site) Total of 45%. I hope you find all this info helpful.
- Reviews: 10
Marquis Los Cabo: Great Hotel.
We stayed at the Marquis Los Cabos. We stayed in a suite, after upgrading from a standard room. The standard rooms are great, but we wanted to splurge. The price was good, although not all-inclusive. Cabo is more expensive than other parts of Mexico. The food was wonderful. Try a Ceviche and some nachos w/ fresh Guacamole, while lounging by the pool. This hotel was very service oriented, and quiet.
- Reviews: 10
Royal Solaris: All inclusive! Kinda...
Royal Solaris Hotel. First let me start off by saying I have never stayed in a hotel or resort like this before so I have nothing to compare this place to. This is an all inclusive resort meaning, your hotel bill pays for food and drinks. The only problem with that is you get what they give you.. good or bad. I noticed that throughout the day there, I would be drinking non-stop yet I could barely catch a buzz. My theory is that they water down the drinks a lot.. The beer on the other hand wasn't as bad but beer wasn't always available either.
Water is also another issue. They tell you not to drink the water and for good reason but, they dont have much water available for you when they serve meals in the resturants. Sometimes you'd have to scrounge around and ask multiple staff members just to get a bottle of water.
And then there's the food..
The breakfast was actually very good. They make you omletes and waffles right there in front of you. The breakfast was definitely great. Many salsas to choose from and all you can eat!
The lunch was so so.. usually you can go to the pool bar and eat some ala carte menus.. burgers, nachos.. etc.. or you can sit down and eat a nice meal in a resturant but the food was never that great. Sometimes it would be dry, flavorless, but again, a lot to choose from.
Dinner is about the same as lunch although some nights the food was very good others not so great. They have themes based on the day. You can even reserve a table at a nice resturant and yes it is free included in the hotel bill, but you have to sign up and the lines are long. I never tried any of these nice resturants because I travel alone but they seem to be decent.
Overall I was quite disapointed with the food. I did eat at other places outside the hotel and was more happy with the food but I really expected more from the food served at the hotels.. just didn't seem that mexican to me.
The hotel is right on the beach. THe beach however isn't the nicest beach in the area.. in fact you can't swim in this beach either. The water isn't as clear and the waves and under current are too strong.
I did however enjoy sitting back in a lawn chair on the beach at night looking at the stars. It was very peacful and private so that is always a plus.
Also the pool was ok but kind of crowded. They have games and things like that at the pool which is fun if you have a lot of friends there.
The staff was for the most part very nice. Some more than other. Most expect some sort of a tip. A small tip goes a long way there as many say and it is true. Tip the bar tender and go back to him everynight and you'll be sure to get better treatment.
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