Great facility, amazing views, close to the marina and activities. But a resort of this quality should not charge for such simple basics as WIFI and a fitness center. Even though they push the time share presentation it really isn't that bad or long and the new facility is amazing. Plus, the discounts they offer to attend well makes up for it. My family really enjoyed the week we spent in Cabo and at the Playa Grande... the STAFF is the the number 1 reason why.
Traveller from ATLANTA
Facing the Pacific Ocean on the Baja Peninsula's southern edge, this village-like resort lies along a vast scenic beach less …More
when we arrived front desk was very helpful getting us the right room and location.there is still noise from the construction but it dose not bother you.the bellboys were very nice considering the humidity they are always smiling.whats not to like when you are in cabo.the all inclusive is the way to go saves you lots of money and who wants to cook when on vacation it is a vacation by its self fhe waiters want you to enjoy. service is excellent and a great view of the ocean
Was a bit worried about noise, but not too loud from nearby bars on beach, ask to be at the marina end away from noise if you want it quiet. Great food in the restaurant, fantastic staff from when you first arrive, laze around the beach and pool and right up until they are waving you goodbye. We stayed for a week in a one bedroom apartment and had everything we needed, washing machine, blender and bar tools, great kitchen, fridge with filtered water and ice.
Arrayed along 400 meters (437 yds) of safe-swimming Médano Beach, this low-rise resort offers the casual, open-air ambience …More
The service at The Cape was outstanding. From check-in to check-out, we had an amazing experience and nothing was too much effort. The hotel had a lovely bottle of prosecco with choc dipped strawberries waiting in our room in celebration of our honeymoon - such a lovely gesture. We chose to pay to upgrade to the panoramic room and I am so glad we did - it was beautiful with the plunge pool and amazing view.
Traveller from Melbourne, Australia
Imagine a side of Los Cabos you never knew existed Where the soul willingly surrenders to el sol Where a singular beachfront …More
The hotel is in a pretty good spot. Not far from the beach and a short walk to the marina. It has a nice pool and swim up bar. Our room was not as nice as the one shown on the website. I am assuming that we got one of the old rooms that has not yet had a make over. Our bed was very hard and we woke up most days with a sore back. The biggest disappointment was the amount of noise that was coming from the construction within the hotel. It was happening right near our room and it was really loud. We found that we couldn't really be in our room during the day. The restaurant is the best thing about the hotel... the food is cheap and very tasty. The most of the staff were very friendly.
This Cabo San Lucas hotel sits on a hilltop 1 block from superb swimming at Médano Beach and convenient to marinas and …More
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.