I spent 5 nights at Cabo Vista Hotel.
Great place. Clean, modern with a rustic feel.
People that complain about this place are very shallow, spolled and have not traveled enough to know that the staff here are real and care about your experience.
I will stay here again.
Traveller from Canada
Cabo Vista Hotel welcomes you with its beautiful colonial style architecture property with stonework and ironwork and Mexican …More
Los Milagros hotel is a super charming hotel, 20 min walk away from the beaches. I was shocked to experience such a comfortable mattress at a small, local hotel. Big cuddos! The only complain I would mention was the the walls weren't painted too recently and they showed some grayness on them. There were a few spots that definitely were asking for fresh paint, and that was a bit of a turnoff for me. Besides that the cleanliness was great and the staff at the hotel was super nice and lovely. The garden and outside seating were designed beautifully. Wish there were some tea bags available to make tea, as well as hair shampoo.
My partner and I stayed here for 5 days last week. It was just like having our own little one room apartment. The kitchenette had an electric hotplate that plugs in under the cabinet (at first I thought it was broken but it wasn't plugged in). A kitchen sink, pots and pans, a few dishes and cups and a few utensils plus a microwave. There was a small flat screen television with cable, and one of the new, ductless AC units that hang on walls. At first we didnt know how to turn it on. We didnt ask for help until the next night, and once we understood how to use it, it was great. They did take the AC remote away frin us that night, and never replaced it, but the remote wasnt working so he told us to just turn it on at the unit. The shower was cute. Water pressure was low and water was lukewarm. The bed was very comfortable and beautifully made. The entire room was very clean and they replaced towels for us when we asked. They cleaned the room one time and once again made the bed beautifully and left the room immaculately clean. The breakfast in the mornings we paid for in the convenience store which is part of the property. Food was very good. Everyone working here was so pleasant. And the other guests were equally friendly. There is a security guard at the entrance at night, which makes the property very, very safe. And so affordable!
"Funky Mexican hotel walking distance to the marina"
We loved the warm welcome from the manager and the magnificent green garden with fountain and birds. The stay included a continental breakfast that was good. However there was no jam or honey with the croissants that are more like bread in Mexico. Only butter that we had to ask for.
This is a hostel, so don't expect this to be the Ritz-Carlton... perspective people. And considering it is hostel, it was good, except for one major drawback (which I will get to). It's a pretty standard hoste... bunk beds, a few showers and toilets, zero amenities, zero toiletries and towels. There is tiny kitchen with a tiny fridge and a tiny stove for cooking. Dishes are available and you are expected to clean up after yourself. The guests were all very respectful and nice. The location was excellent. You are in the heart of the city. The one major drawback, however, is the noise. It is VERY noisy 24/7 because it is on a very busy street with zero sound insulation. I would have actually come back here if it weren't for this. Because the noise was so bad, I did not sleep much at all. I will therefore have to pick a different place to stay the next time I am in Cabo. That is too bad, because I really liked this place.
Literally at Land’s End, Cabo San Lucas sits at the southern tip of Baja California. Here, the Sea of Cortés and the Pacific Ocean meet at the famous Land’s End rock formation (El Arco). Nearby, Lover’s Beach (Playa del Amor) offers superb snorkeling. Although popular for its world-class golfing and sportfishing, Cabo’s after-dark clubs are a rival draw, such as Sammy Hagar’s Cabo Wabo Cantina.