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Definitely one of the nicest resorts in Cabo, this should be a 6 star in every way. From the stocked Champagne in the mini bar to the tranquil adults-only section and the first class restaurants, this is a stunning property. Highly recommended for honeymooners and families... not so much for singles.
The luxurious Dreams Los Cabos all suites resort embraces the elegance of a traditional Colonial Mexican design which truly reflects the beauty and splendor of Los Cabos. With breathtaking views of the azure Sea of Cortez with beautifully lush, tropical gardens landscaping the resort. Nearby, eight championship golf courses challenge you on magnificent courses designed by Jack Nicklaus, Roy Dye, Tom Weiskopf and Robert Trent Jones Jr. to name a few.
Location: Beachfront property, 15 min drive from San Jose del Cabo, 15 min drive to Cabo San Lucas, 35 min drive from the airport.
I absolutely loved my stay at Dreams. Some staff members were not too pleasant, but room service staff was phenomenal. In particular Fredy Jimenez. He was attentive to the guests and he was very friendly and polite. I highly recommend that if you stay there and order room service, ask for Fredy Jimenez to deliver the food to you. He is an extraordinary employee. Thank you for being so kind to us Fredy! We appreciate it😊
My husband and I have been to other Dream Resorts and we're blown away by how great the service was, so when service was sub par at this location we were very disappointed. When you sit down at a restaurant it shouldn't take 5 minutes for someone to get your drink order and that was an issue every place we ate on sight. Not only that but pool side service was lacking and if you wanted a drink you had to get in the water and go to swim up bar for it as the single person going around asking for drinks was never anywhere to be found. I also didn't like that all restaurants weren't open for dinner every night like our stay at other locations. My husband is a picky eater so it limited our choices at times. The hotel is nice and the rooms clean with comfy "king" beds. They are quite shorter than the American king so if you're 5'8" or taller your feet may hang off the end. Again, it wasn't a terrible stay, but if you are looking for great service it may not be the best choice
From the second we were greeted when we got out of our shuttle at the hotel we knew it was going to be an amazing vacation. My family & I had the BEST vacation here. We had never done an all exclusive in Mexico as a family together so we weren't sure what to expect. We have pretty high expectations no matter where we go and they were definitely exceeded!! BEAUTIFUL views & FANTASTIC service! We spent 4 nights at the resort and upgraded to the Preferred Club level. We had AMAZING rooms with an ocean/ beach front view that was to die for. The rooms were beautiful and huge as well. We ended up getting 2 adjoining rooms so we essentially had a 2 bedroom suite with a dining room. The staff was beyond helpful with recommendations and service around the resort. Huge shoutout to LUIS at the pool!!! Luis was the BEST and the hardest worker I have ever come across on a vacation!! He was amazing with providing the best service (always asking what we needed, making sure drinks were never empty & replenishing our bucket of water) and being a great person to just talk to! Cannot say enough great things about Luis & his work ethic. Not only did Luis serve us everyday at the pool but even surprised us as one of the servers for our dinner on the beach the last night--- vacation made!! Luis also successfully embarrassed our Dad for his 50th birthday by turning on "Happy Birthday" on the pool speakers and bringing him a dessert during the middle of the day. If you come here, you need to find Luis!!Armando was also AMAZING at Bordeaux. Excellent service, great personality and hilarious conversation. Dreams really did a great job with bringing Armando on board to make sure people at Bordeaux have an above & beyond experience. The food at the resort overall was great! Some meals were better than others but didn't once have a "bad" meal. We ate at every restaurant and our favorites were Bordeaux (with Armando) and the World Cafe for breakfast! The World Cafe had an amazing breakfast spread and was so good. I highly recommend the preferred club experience as well. The room upgrades were 100% worth it (& more) as well as the option for top shelf liquor at all the bars (you just have to ask!). Kenny was great in the lounge offering great cocktails & service! You can't go in the ocean here, which we were initially bummed about, but the view from the pool is so incredible it didn't even matter (& Luis being at the pool made us keep coming back). The pool entertainment was hilarious and we looked forward to it every day. Not a ton of nightlife activity going on but we did go to Desires one night (during the McGregor/ Mayweather fight) and had a great time! My sister & I are in our mid 20's (on vacation with our parents) and thought the club was more fun than what we were expecting. We did not do any excursions through the resort so I can't review on those. Other staff that really went above & beyond for us were Armando at the Rendezvous bar (making the COOLEST drinks) & Fernanda at the concierge in the preferred lounge! Highly recommend and am planning on coming back for next year's family vacation! For reference, were a family of 4 with 2 daughters in their mid-20's.
We stayed at Dreams Los Cabos in Sept 2017. In 2016 we stayed Marquis Los Cabos. The Marquis was clearly a better destination. Dreams Los Cabos allows kids (Marquis is adult only) and has a free gym/hot tubs, but other than that, the Marquis was night and day better.These are some of the many issues we had at Dreams:1. The $200 "all-inclusive" resort credit is a lie. It's not for $200, it's for smaller amounts, such as $10 to $40, and while they total $200, they cannot be combined. Of course, everything you'd want to use them on cost more than the coupon value, so you have to spend more money. And they most certainly are not all-inclusive. They can only be used for particular things, which are printed on the coupon. This bold-faced bait and switch started off our trip off on the wrong foot.2. The spa prices are obscene. You're in Mexico, but they're charging like you're at the Ritz in New York. Truly disgusting corporate price gouging.3. I went on a couples trip. We checked in together and asked to be put in rooms next to each other. We were on the same floor, but we were put on literally on opposite sides of the resort, a 4-5 minute walk. They clearly didn't even try.4. The resort has 3 elevators. When we checked in, all three were broken. We took 5 flights of stairs to our room. They fixed one of them that night, then another one the next day, but the third elevator remained broken for our entire trip.5. The minibar in the room has no snacks. Only drinks. Other hotels in Cabo provide chips, cookies, pretzels, etc in addition.6. Waits for the restaurants were too long, in part because they're understaffed. We usually had to wait 10-20 minutes to be seated and during that time, tables would remain empty for 5 minutes since all the staff were running around, with no one free to bus them.7. The restaurant food wasn't bad, but not great. A few plates were extraordinary, but those were exceptions to the general rule of mediocre food. For example, I got carne asada tacos at the poolside restaurant the first afternoon. They easily had potential to be amazing, but the steak was so bland. I get better carne asada tacos as my local fast food joint. We were very disappointed in the food, especially after having such truly amazing meals at the Marquis Los Cabos the year prior.8. The bartenders did an awesome job, but they're also understaffed. Antonio at the poolside bar (main pool) was running around like a madman. He did a great job, but we often had to wait 5+ minutes in line at the bar. Geez, get the man some help.9. This resort has the most ludicrous dress code at the restaurants. This alone is reason not to stay here. Seriously. They have like 4 different dress codes and each restaurant has one code during the day and another during the night. It's ridiculous to try to keep track of. The first night, we were told we couldn't wear tank tops, we we went back to our room and put on t-shirts. The second night, at a different restaurant, we were told we needed collared dress shirts. We told them we didn't even bring any. They said they had some spare dress shirts we could borrow. Crazy, but whatever. Mine was dingy and ridiculously oversized. I was also sweating during the entire meal in it (cue the next complaint below). The last night, we went to the French restaurant. We told them we didn't have any dress shirts, but that we would wear one of their loaners. But that wasn't enough. We also needed slacks and dress shoes, which they could arrange for us in our size as well. I'm not even joking. And this for a beach resort where it's 90 degrees out with 80% humidity. Forget that. The irony is that the hotel guide says that the concept for their restaurants is "total freedom." True, there are no reservations needed, just the magical combination of uncomfortable clothes. Very, very annoying.10. The indoor restaurants were not adequately air conditioned. We were always hot and sweaty. This was also reason enough for us not to come back here. The two thermostats I saw indoors were both 26 C (79 F), which is not even close to comfortable with high humidity and a crazy dress code requiring collared shirts.11. The A/C system in our room was broken. The first night, we woke up at 4am to find a puddle of water all over our floor. The room was warm and extremely humid.12. The room smelled of mold/mildew. They refused to move us to a different room because of it. They said they'd send someone up to "fix" it, but they just sprayed some fragrance. We returned with all of the clothes in our suitcase smelling like mold.All in all, a "poor" experience. This place would make a great trip if you've never been to an all-inclusive in Cabo, but there are other places that are so much better. We definitely would not return here.
Due to the weather we had changed our destination the night before our trip so had done zero research on this place. Needless to say we loved it! Arrival: greeted warmly and given a glass of wine and wet washcloth. The hotel didn't have our reservation yet (again switched last minute) but were able to accommodate easily with our confirmation info. We were upgraded to a suite on the quiet side. Yes we got the time share pitch. I get it they are annoying and we got out of it, but they do offer some perks if you are willing to sit through it. Room: ocean view suite, room 2219. Views were decent but if a hotel goes up next door you will have a much more condensed view. Giant living room with table to sit 6, couch and 2 chairs, tv, closet, and mini bar. In the bedroom there was a king size bed, 2 smaller tables with chairs, tv, chair, walk in closet. Shower portion of the bathroom is a little tight but nice. Balcony off living room, sliders off bedroom. Staff did a nice job restocking mini bar every day, cleaning our room, and providing turn down service. Pools: both are huge which is a really nice perk. Quiet pool is for adults only which we went to every morning to relax. It also has a swim up bar, but they are around so frequently to see if you need anything I barely had to move. Very attentive. The infinity pool has breathtaking views. Also has a swim up bar. Props to Antonio here, he is the best. Most times we didn't even have to tell him what we wanted, he had them ready when he saw us coming. They play music here but the entertainment staff is not overwhelming like they can be at other places. There is a slide here which is fun even for the adults! Kids are allowed here which didn't bother us until the last couple of days when new families arrived. It's annoying when they are jumping off the chairs at swim up bar..just saying. The only downfall for both the pools is that they are deep - 5 feet. There is a small pool for kids below infinity pool that I think is a little more shallow. We were able to get chairs every day. We were in non peak though so I can see how it might be more difficult during peak. Staff is good about removing towels if you leave pool and try to save chairs while you are gone. Beach: sand is really hard, almost couldn't walk in it. We couldn't swim here, black and red flags every day. Not sure if it is always like this or just time of year. Only beach activities you can do it horseback riding. Restaurants: since it was non peak there were some days when not all restaurants were open. Great views in all but French restaurant. Food was as expected for all inclusive, mediocre. Italian was by far my favorite. They do a nice job marking menu with gluten free and vegetarian options. Preferred Club: we typically go the preferred route but decided not to here. I wouldn't say you get a ton of perks. There is a lounge but I never saw more than a couple people there, also is a small section on beach. No private pool or restaurant for breakfast like you get other places. Beach bar: they make sushi and sandwhiches to order. Pretty good! Fun feature is the swings at the bar vs just stoolsMisc: appreciate the willingness to give bottled water everywhere, and they are full size. Bathrooms are always being cleaned so never had issues with cleanliness. We are football fans and they accommodated finding the game and playing on tv in night club during the day for us.
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- House wine w/meals
- Table tennis
- Daily activities
- Nightly entertainment
- 308 rooms in 3, five-storey buildings
- Buffet restaurant
- 4 a la carte restaurants: Italian, Mediterranean, Seafood/Grill, and Asian
- Snack bar
- 24 hr room service
- Bars including Swim-up bars
- 3 pools (1 quiet adults only section, 1 kid's pool)
- Tennis courts
- Fitness centre
- Gift shop
- Internet access (fee)
- Full service Spa (fee)
- Horseback riding, motorized & non-motorized watersports nearby (fee)
- Golf nearby (fee)
- Ceiling fan
- 1 king or 2 double beds
- Satellite TV
- Radio/alarm clock
- Mini-bar stocked w/water, soft drinks, juice & beer
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- In-room safe
- Full bathroom
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- Max occupancy 3 adults or 2 adults traveling w/2 kids
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Honeymoon & Anniversary Bonus - Receive a bottle of sparkling wine, fruit basket & breakfast in bed. Valid within 30 days of wedding. Request at time of booking. Proof of marriage certificate required upon check-in.
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Dreams Los CabosLos Cabos,Mexico
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KM 18. 5 Carretera Transpeninsular Csl-Sjc, Cabo San Lucas 23400 Mexico
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