3 to 3/12 star property. service is very good. restaurants have no consistency. on any given day the food will be good and on the following day terrible. Beware of the bait and switch with your room on arrival. nice pool area with good bar service. The Agave restaurant for lunch was the most consistent for quality. Beautiful beach but you cannot swim in the ocean because of strong undertows. Guests in suites have use of a private pool which is a nice touch. All in all it was ok
Traveller from Long Beach, United States of America
Relive the legend of the Sandos Finisterra All Inclusive Resort in the heart and soul of Cabo. Located on a large beach …More
This was an awesome hotel after we were given the room we wanted for a small fee upgrade. My husband and I went to Cabo for our 10 year anniversary when I booked room it stated jetted tub when we checked in the check in line was super long and when we finally got to our room the hall leading to our room had a huge hole and was leaking water... our room was nothing as it was described in the description so my husband was really mad and I in tears went downstairs back to lobby tears and all and requested the room we were promised and for a fee we had to upgrade. After that our stay was awesome
Traveller from H.
Secluded on the Pacific Ocean side of Baja California's tip, this beachfront all inclusive resort is terraced into a …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
Good value hotel with ceiling fan, air conditioning, and clean room and sheets. A very small facility so if possible request a room avay from the lobby which gets a little "noisy" around 7am with staff (I presume they were staff) conversations. Door jamb on my room was a little loose and while there was a deadbolt (in addition to the usual door knob/lock) there was no cutout on the door jamb for the deadbolt to engage but overall La Paz seemed a safe town so no problems encountered.
Traveller from Battle Ground, Washington
Nestled on the beach, this La Paz resort is within 6 mi (10 km) of Malecon Kiosk, Tesoro Beach, and Marina Cortez. Biblioteca …More
We received a warm welcome with delicious cocktail at check-in. Staff was very pleasant and room was spacious. The hotel has a private dock which was very convenient for our day excursion, they simply picked us up and dropped us off at the hotel. The location is beautiful and the hotel is newly built. Toiletries in the room were a nice natural quality. We appreciated the in-room refrigerator. Staff shuttle guests around the hotel and grounds in golf carts, which worked well for us because it wasn't crowded. Hotel guests have free access to the beach club, which has a nice infinity pool and many comfortable beach chairs and fire pits.
Things that we felt did not meet the standard of the most expensive hotel in La Paz: non-existent or hard to reach towels at both main pool and club pool. No service at the pool, we had to wait long at the bar to put in an order. Food stops at 4:30pm at the pool, too early for our kids. Food at Steinbeck restaurant was mixed. Rib eye was great, catch of the day just ok. Breakfast at the club was not good. They served stale pancakes, juice that did not seem home made, and toasted Wonder bread. No fresh croissants here. It was so disappointing we were sad to pay for it. One morning we ordered room service breakfast. Scrambled egg was fine, but they forgot our toast and there was no fruit or anything special about it. This hotel is not for foodies. We recommend the Italian restaurant in the harbor, can't charge to room but had nice food.
Traveller from R
Located in La Paz, this beachfront hotel is next to a golf course and within 6 mi (10 km) of Tesoro Beach, Marina Cortez, and …More