Very centrally located to everything!
Tips to Avoid the AMERICAN/ CANADIAN "tax"
There is a nice restaurant on the sane strret opposite way of all the bars and shop, named "restaurant lolita" a local restaurant very good and cheap not like the marina restsurants ridiculously expensive for Denny's type food.
When coming and going from airport take the local bus "paseo del desierto" for 80 pesos 5usd!! Instead of a shuttle 15 to 30 bucks depending on what day it is or a cab 100 usd!! No explanation necessary. From th hotel if you walk 10 mins to the "puerto paraiso" mall sign on the main street you"ll see purple and orange buses to the airport. Now from the airport walk 5 mins to terminal 1 local mex flights land and look for those buses parked on the lower st...hopes this helps to avoid the tourist tax!
Nice, cute little, let me emphasize "LITTLE", hotel. Easy walking distance to downtown , marina, and several very good restaurants. Staff was always very friendly and extremely responsive to our needs. Room was small, and bathroom tiny. Two people couldn't pass each other in the bathroom. Wife said the only thing that could pass in there was gas. Bed was very comfortable and, surprisingly, with the close proximity to a very good Italian restaurant, our room was quite quiet. A few problems that were addressed quickly by the staff. This hotel suited our needs for three nights between reservations at nearby resorts, and for a short stay, such as ours was this was a jewel... Definitely will stay there again if the need arises.
My friends and I stayed here for a weekend and enjoyed our stay. The staff was extremely nice and helpful. The rooms were cozy and perfect for what we needed. The location was great... A short walk to restaurants, bars, the beach, etc.
I've been going to Cabo for 23 years, 1 to 2 times per year. I believe I've stayed in ever hotel in the area at this point. If you don't have kids, stay here. There is not a lot to do at the hotel, but it's right in the middle of town. Great rooms, beautiful grounds and very quite. You can walk to all the restaurants and shops. If your heading anywhere else, the cab line is 50 yards down the road, next to the Giggling Marlin. I usually spend $320 to $450 per night (including tax) in Cabo. The base rate at Los Milagros for a suite was $104, and it was really nice.
While at the front desk I realized I forgot my pack with my passport / $ / ID / credit cards and $1000 worth of fishing reels in a unmarked taxicab in CABO San Lucas , Mexico .
Hotel manager arranged a city wide call out to all cab companies ASAP . My pack was returned within 30 mins with everything intact . So very happy and fortunate for their assistance ...also a big 'propina' ( tip ) for the honest cabbie.
Great hotel staff 5 stars !!
Brad Murakami, Surrey BC Canada
Jan 4 / 2016
If you aren't into the big touristy hotels then this is a good choice. They offer coffee, pastries and fruit with yogurt for breakfast. It's clean quiet and comfortable. No cable. There is wifi. It's in a neighborhood so you might hear dogs barking or neighbors doing daily life. The staff is kind and helpful.
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.