- What's Included
- All Inclusive Features
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 traded into Dreams thru a timeshare/vacation share arrangement via Casa Dorado. The exchange went smooth and the "All inclusive" option was strongly marketed to me. I declined the $80+ per day per person charge because our time at Dreams would be spent mostly on Medano Beach, closer in Cabo with friends celebrating a birthday, plus an overnite trip to Todos Santos to stay at the Hotel California. All inclusive just didn't make sense.Prior to leaving for Cabo, a representative again called to confirm arrangements (which I appreciated) and marketed the "all inclusive" option again. I declined both times because the required commitment was for 4 days and must include the day of departure. Really? I check out at 11 am (on the day of departure) and have to pay for the whole day plus will be gone most of the time anyway? The story gets worse. We (my girlfriend and I) check in and are welcomed, our vehicle is whisked away (via valet, another story). We were then handed off to two or three more people that needed to explain the "benefits" of staying at Dreams. Again, I am asked why I do not accept the all inclusive. My explanation falls on deaf ears. Finally, we struggled free of the "up-sell gauntlet" for a proposed breakfast meeting to go find our room. Speaking of which, the endless halls, patios and 6 story courtyards and little signage to help you figure out where to go, reminded me of a visit to Alcatraz. Guess what? If you don't buy the all inclusive, you don't get free wifi, coffee packs from house keeping (to have a cup of coffee in the mornings), but you do get food prices to choke a horse (2 coffees and 2 cinnamon rolls = 30 bucks). The drinks (except beer and wine) are watered down so if you are on the all inclusive, order two for one.Remember the valet parking? Yep, I presented my ticket the next morning after having to flag someone down and the gentlemen walked about 100 yards and drove my car to me. Really? I didn't do that again. I may be 60 but can handle that jaunt. Secondly, not once did my girlfriend or I have a warm shower. Not cold, but that temperature that makes you take a breath before stepping under the shower head experience. Maybe we could not figure out the faucet. One way was cold, one way was less cold. After a week, believe me we tried it all.Now, I will say this; The room was exquisite. Clean, comfortable, beautiful view and the maid service (except for replacement coffee) was great. By the way, coffee for the coffee pot was an extra $2.50 per day. The food on all accounts was excellent. Their breakfast buffet has every option you can imagine. I think it was like 20 bucks but was a great way to start the day. A note about the breakfast restaurant; it does not have restroom facilities. You have to go to the pool area restroom/changing facility. If you have ANY mobility issue, handicap or limited control of (you know what) don't stay here. When I travel, I think about my Dad and his needs. He is 83 and this place is off of the radar. All in all, have you looked at where Dreams is? It is on the corridor where there is nothing close by to walk to. No restaurant or entertainment options outside of Dreams. You are a captive audience and the ocean is too rough to swim in. However, each nite there is very good live entertainment provided around the pool area. The music, and choreographed dancing was a "10". If you are cool with what is provided, then you will like the isolated nite-life. One nite we crashed on our balcony to the sound of nothing but crashing waves. Nice.In summary, my time there with my girlfriend resulted in more disappointments than satisfactions. But, to each, their own..............
We arrived on Wednesday, October 19th to attend a wedding. From the minute we got there to the very minute we left we were treated like royalty. EVERYONE who works there is friendly, attentive, and very professional. Make sure you go to the front desk and ask about everything that is going on. We mostly ate at the Seafood Grill by the adult pool and the buffet. We ate the following: Mahi Mahi, Salmon, Ceviche, Sushi rolls, and surf and turf. We also had room service for breakfast 2 morning. Anything and everything is excellent. We never tried the fancy restaurants. The pool that overlooks the ocean was amazing. (Especially the swim up bar). There has been a lot of talk about the Norovirus making a lot of people sick, but we didn't experience any of that. Be aware that a taxi anywhere is $30. If you go into Cabo proper make sure to barter for everything. I went to a Pharamacia and paid 1/3 of what I pay in the US for Retin-a and Latisse. Also, if you are going to get married there ask for Minerva as your wedding planner. She was incredible.
Champagne on check in.. amazing.. resort amazing! The place is immaculate, 75% of the staff are excellent, welcoming, and give awesome service. Carlos at the pool is the HARDEST worker EVER. The room was fantastic, view perfect. Now.. for the bad.. I read posts prior to us arriving about people getting sick at this hotel.. I was worried we would get sick so I took antibiotics. I have NEVER IN MY LIFE BEEN SO VIOLENTLY SICK!!!! Projectile VOMIT.. and coming out the other end as well. About 60% of the people we spoke with around the pool were also getting sick. I don't believe this is from the water.. not sure on the food.. People ate all over the resort at different times, different food and people were very sick.. so it's totally random. I do think that there is a virus at the hotel and that it is VERY contagious, but this is just my opinion. There was a bride that didn't even make it to her reception, also guests of a different wedding that couldn't make it to the event at all. We've been home for 4 days and my son just came down with all the symptoms last night. It's also a $50 bill round trip if you want to go to either town that's close.. $25 one way.. and $25 on the way back. I would not go back. The hotel is beautiful and the people are great.. but waiting a year to go on vacation and then getting sick.. NOT WORTH IT.. Also.. the food is mediocre... pool food is general diner quality.
We booked this resort through a third party and made a notation with them that we would be there celebrating our 30th wedding anniversary. Dreams Los Babos took over from there. From the moment we arrived they wished us a Happy Anniversary and offered us 2 glasses of champagne. we stayed in the honeymoon suite which was decorated for us with a Happy Anniversary banner across the door and a heart made of rose petals on the bed and a note from the resort wishing us a Happy Wedding anniversary. The suite was huge with amazing views from both balconies. We ate in all the restaurants and the food was excellent. We spent our days at the pools and the bartenders mixed us nice non-watered down drinks. Normally at these all inclusive resorts you get a fruit juice drink made with cheap booze. Not here !!! top shelf liquor and the bartenders take the time to make a quality drink. Luis at the pool bar knows his craft very well. The second day we were there was our actual anniversary and once again Dreams Los Cabos made an impact with a bottle of champagne and a plate of chocolate covered strawberries delivered to our room. they really pay attention to details here. The place is immaculate clean. We will be back and the next time with our family. For us this was our best vacation at an all inclusive resort. Thank you Dreams Los Cabos...... See you again soon!!!!!
The all inclusive is awesome. Premium bar, room service, upscale restaurants. Something for everyone. Welcoming staff. Beautiful spot for weddings. Planners provide perfection, romance, lighting, flowers, food, etc. all done well. An experience for anyone who wants relaxation and being treated special.
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.
Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 3 buffet or a la carte meals daily
- 24 hr snacks
- 24 hr room service
- At least one 24 hour restaurant
- Unlimited Domestic & select premium brand beer & drinks
- 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
- Coffee maker
- In-room safe
- Full bathroom
- Bathrobe & slippers
- Max occupancy 3 adults or 2 adults traveling w/2 kids
Free Wedding Packages - Minimum number of guests required, legal fees not included. Please inquire for further details.
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.
Early Booking Bonus - This hotel offers early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.
Resort Location Map
Dreams Los CabosLos Cabos,Mexico
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
KM 18. 5 Carretera Transpeninsular Csl-Sjc, Cabo San Lucas 23400 Mexico
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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