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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.
Each time we return (twice a year), we are reminded that it truly is first because of the people followed by the property. Without the wonderful group who have become friends, new and old, the property would just be just another resort to visit. The location is perfect to visit Los Cabos; equal distance to Cabo and San Jose. The size is perfect; only a little more than 200 rooms. The restaurants are good. But it starts with the people, beginning with Hector, the bell captain, "welcoming you home" upon arrival. It is a second home that will fulfill your vacation needs. The rooms are clean and nicely furnished. But the best is around the pool. People are just happy. The staff is incredible and are truly the "A" team - Luis, Elsa, Octavio and the best bartender in town - Antonio. Artouro will find you chairs and make sure you have the umbrella in the right position. The restaurants have a great leader in Leonardo. He cares about those that work in the restaurants and gets to know the visitors well to make sure their needs are met. Some of the captains to note are Reynold (who sadly left for a new opportunity) and Victor.our favorite waiter in any of the restaurants was Juan Carlos in the Seaside Grill. This year was the first year in all of these years that we actually took part in some of the many activities. We would not have done this if it was not for Julio. He reaches out to the vacationers and gets to know them. It's not just about doing the job and having fun, but getting to know those around the property to customize his programs he's leading to them. He is the best I have met in the entertainment group since David many years ago. Lastly, but very importantly, for those who are time share owners Patricia and Ivan will take care of you very well. Patricia has become a wonderful friend over the years and would be a loss to the property if she ever left. The only negative on the property I can think of is the same for many years. The front desk needs to improve and learn how to solve problems. For the most part the good people have been promoted and those still working the front desk are quick to say NO. As a visitor to the resort, this may be a distraction but in the end management always seems to come to the rescue. If you are considering a vacation stay at Dreams you will not be disappointed.
My husband and I attended an amazing wedding at this resort. The resort was beautiful and the staff very nice and helpful. We had great bar service. The breakfast buffet was wonderful, however several people in the wedding party did end up with the dreaded Mexico Montezuma's revenge. I am a beach person and will say that this resort had coarse sand and you were advised by the staff to not swim due to a very strong current and large drop off. Most people were just at the pool. Not my thing, but if you are a pool person and avoid the beach this would be the resort for you.
Just finished up 2 week stay at Dreams Los Cabo's , we have been going there every November for 2-3 weeks since 2003 and during that time many changes have happened, including this year! You can no longer get food by either pool, no eating at the pools!! You now have to go to the beach bar for snacks during the day , also for you smokers, no longer is smoking allowed at any of the pools.The restaurants change open nights, so all 5 are not open on the same nights, have to look at Channel 3 on the tv to see which ones are open , the exception seemed to be Oceania which was open every night. This year for,the first time we ventured to the " adult" pool, much quieter and I must say the service was excellent , above and be your hat we have come to expect from the excellent staff at dreams , they , especially Jesus , can't say enough about his friendly smile and service he made our stay so much more enjoyable , we actually looked forward to seeing and talking with him each day and learning so much about Mexico from him!! I true delight .Rooms are wonderful and 4401 has a super view of the ocean and sun rise !!Only drawback is the beautiful ocean is non swimmable because of the undertow, if you are looking for a place to swim in the ocean, this is NOT for you, they do have free shuttle about every 2 hours to downtown Cabo drops you off at the marina , but you must make a appointment to go and come ! We will be back again next November as always,
We had a wedding at Dreams this past week and it was fantastic ! Not only is the view breathtaking, but the staff makes it even better. I highly recommend requesting Carlos C. for dining in the restaurants and Cirlio for bartenders. This was wonderful !!!
The GOOD:Resort is beautiful, clean, and for the most part, the staff is friendly and helpful. The BAD:The sand is not soft and you can't swim in the beach and it is not walking distance to any shops or local towns, so you are stuck at the pool for the most part. There is entertainment at night and activities during the day - note the music by the pool starts blasting at noon. The food is not 'luxury' resort quality at all, on one occasion my food was still frozen. YES, frozen when it should have been room temperature or at least chilled. Access to the popular restaurant - Portofino is ridiculous. Our first experience with the restaurant, we come over with a group and ask on the status of our table, (we were placed on a 'list' and provided with a pager and told it would be a 45 minute wait). The hostess proceeds to tell us that it will be another HOUR before we can be seated as there are other diners that are taking too long to vacate the restaurant and they have no control over that. Maybe not, but why not seat us and offer us a beverage? How is that even a close approximation of time and there were many empty tables??? The resort's whole selling point is that they don't take reservations so that they don't have empty tables and can accommodate guests as they arrive. However, on a busy holiday weekend, they have empty tables and tell us that our 45 minute wait is now going to be TWO hours??? In the end, half the group goes to dine elsewhere, others stayed behind and waited. My second experience with this restaurant (we were there for a week, so figured we try again) is even worse. My husband and I showed up for dinner, asked for a table and are told that it is an hour wait. Mind you, there is an empty table for 2 sitting right in front of the window. We inquire about it and are told that while there is a table empty, there is not enough staff on hand to serve us hence the wait. Ok, fine. I ask if we can put ourselves down on the list and the hostess says we don't take reservations - yes, I understand that, but can you put us down on the list so we can come back in an hour? No, we don't take reservations,. Ok, but I am not asking for a reservation, just that my place in line be held (as is done at any establishment that does not take reservations but has a large number of customers). No we don't take reservations. Ok then, can I have a pager? We don't have pagers. Yes, you do, we had one the other night. She says they don't have them and that they never put names down on a list. LADY, I was here the other night, the hostess that evening had a list of 4 groups for a table and handed out pagers. She finally goes to inquire and comes back and says, oh we don't use pagers anymore. OH really? As of 2 nights ago you had a policy change? She then offers to make an exception for us and to put down our name to come back in an hour. FINE. This all takes place in Spanish by the way as I am fluent, so no language barrier there. We go to the cafe, get some coffee and watch the musical show taking place in the center of the hotel. We return 45 minutes later and there is now a host at the stand, we ask him if our table is ready. He says there is an hour wait. Mind you, the SAME table from earlier is STILL empty, he says they are understaffed and can't provide us service if they seat us. I tell him, we have already waited an hour and we will just wait in the seats they have right in the small waiting area in front of the restaurant. A few minutes later we are seated. I let the server know we are aware they are 'slammed' and not to worry about us, that we don't mind waiting. He politely dismisses this and says that we are valued guests and that he is happy to have us dine with them. Finally, someone is providing a service!!! We look around and there are 3 tables of 6-8 people and us, the rest of the restaurant is EMPTY. It is 8pm and they close at 11. No one else besides us is seated that evening. I wonder how many other people they turned away with their 'hour' wait who then ended up eating elsewhere. After placing our order, I look over to the counter, where there is a chef and server hanging out. Sooo, not exactly slammed and short on staff if you have 20 minutes to hang out in the main dining room talking to the bartender. In any event, appetizers were good, service by the waiter was great, but the hosts were HORRIBLE and I'm convinced they stop seating guests early, hence they half empty restaurant and the automatic, it's an hour wait response to the request for a table. In the end, I ordered the puttanesca, which is supposed to be a savory and spicy tomato sauce over pasta, which tasted so much of sugar, it was inedible. Thank goodness for the focaccia bread and the salad which I enjoyed. I would NEVER come back to this hotel. It cost us $35 to go to The Office for dinner and $25 to return, totally worth the money and only wish we had booked only the hotel and spent our money on cabs going to eat REAL mexican food. NEVER again.
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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.
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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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