Very nice smaller property. Quaint and more private than others with an amazing beach walk. This area is definitely not swimmable but the crashing waves are amazing. The staff are all very friendly and helpful. The food was really good for our all inclusive pkg. No top shelf liquor included but all the beer and fruity drinks you can want. The property is quieter with more locals than foreigners but we were also there in Sept. a quieter month just after the last smaller hurricane. Our rooms overlooked the pool and had a couple noisier nights but they ended by 10. Nice location and close to the restraiunt and pool. We did walk to town from this property but used a taxi at night. (8.00 usd to go down to town). Taxis are high there!!! Be sure to schedule a shuttle from the airport. No big deal. 42 vs 80+. Be sure to follow airport instructions and just go outside to find your shuttle!!! Inside they are so tricky. OMG.
If you have the all inclusive and wear a wristband - all the locals will pretend to have met you at the Solmar and want to be your best friend and sale you the world. If I would have known, I'd have found a bracelet to cover my wristband for excursions.
Great vacation!! We were there 7 nights. Adios
Nestled on the beach, this Marina hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Land's End, The Arch, and Lover's Beach. Solmar Beach …More
We were a little nervous booking this off the beaten path hotel. Almost all the reviews we read were overwhelming positive but with only 24 rooms and 10 miles of curving dirt roads to the closest town "how good could it be". Well we were not in the least bit disappointed by anything. Despite booking a standard room we were given a premium room for our 11 night stay. There were very few other guests in the hotel and the staff catered to us as if they were our private concierge staff. Especially Alberto who was always willing to go out of his way and never failed to have a big smile.
The food was good and very fairly priced but there were very limited diner entrée selections which was understandable given the number of guests. No night life to speak of - we were looking for a quiet serene place and this hotel was perfect for these things.
If you choose to drive to this hotel from the airport I strongly recommend a four wheel drive vehicle and don't attempt the drive in the dark. The road for the final 10 travel miles is very rustic (packed earth/stones, huge grade changes and numerous pot holes). However once arriving you will be glad you made the effort..
Traveller from plymouth meeting pa
Nestled on the beach, this Los Barriles hotel is 9 mi (14.5 km) from ExotiKite Kiteboarding School and 9.3 mi (15 km) from …More
Super comfortable bed and nice pool. Very stark modern design - furniture in the rooms basically all concrete. Felt a bit understaffed, but this was probably because it was Monday during the off season.
Traveller from Brooklyn, NY
Located in the heart of Todos Santos, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Prof. Nestor Agundez Martinez Cultural Center …More