We spent 8 nights at Cabo Azul September 2011. We are time share owners and weren't certain what to expect...of course the time share presentations make all the properties sound attractive. We were not disappointed!!! The resort far exceeded our expectations. From the concierge to the grounds staff to the security guards at the gates, everyone was exceptionally nice and greeted us by name. Our room was lovely and the kitchen was more than adequate for our needs. The Mega grocery store was close and we were able to prepare many of our own meals. Loved the tacos at the pool, although they were a little pricey. My husband STILL raves about the "Cabo Azul" meal at Javier's. The pool area was lovely and relaxing, although I spent much of my time lounging on the beach chairs by the ocean. Only real detraction there was the beach vendors, They don't cross the property line but it wasn't unusual to have 5 or 6 of them standing there trying to get my attention when I so much as looked in their direction. The lounge chairs were comfy and clean. As beautiful as the resort is during the day (the grounds are kept impeccably) it was almost magical at night with the torches by the pools, etc.
The condo was gorgeous!!! The only real complaint is the poor lighting throughout the unit other than the kitchen. Most noticeable in the bathrooms trying to apply makeup. Loved our balcony with the view of the pool and the ocean. Used the gym, which was very nice and the staff helpful. Appreciated the little cafe with free internet... several computers...never had a problem getting on a computer to take care of business matters. The pastries, sandwiches, etc. were great!
We did attend a time share presentation...it had been presented to us as more an introduction to the property as owners, but ended up being a presentation to get us to buy additional points. The sales rep was exceedingly nice and personable. Only complaint is that it was presented that it could be refinanced at a much lower rate than was offered, but that did not end up being the case.
Loved San Jose del Cabo...much more personality and less commercial than Cabo San Lucas. Had a couple of awesome meals at local cafes there...wish I could remember the names but food was incredible! Only downside is that you had to go to Cabo San Lucas to do many of the "touristy" things. We used the local bus, which was economical and interesting, although obviously it takes longer to get places. Went on a sunset dinner cruise, which was lovely, and took a snorkeling tour. Most of my time was spent at the resort.
Wonderful, memorable trip. Absolutely loved everything about this place other than the lighting! Can't wait to go back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cabo Azul Resort has a truly fresh look and feel, far superior to any Cabo San Lucas resorts. Our Cabo resort and spa stands out from the standard Cabo San Lucas resorts and hotel choices in the San Jose del Cabo area with Studio, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom luxury villas guaranteed to pamper your mind and soul. We truly provide the luxury vacation you've been dreaming of. From the abundance of luxurious amenities to the thoughtful interior design choices, Cabo Azul Resort has labored over even the smallest of details to ensure an exceptional experience with every visit to our Cabo resort's ocean side paradise. Don't settle for anything less than the best at other Cabo resorts, find the perfect vacation at Cabo Azul Resort. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cabo Azul Hotel San Jose Del Cabo
- Hotel Cabo Azul
- Cabo Azul Resort Spa
- Cabo Azul Resort Los Cabos/San Jose Del Cabo