Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort
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OverviewMediterranean-style hotel situated on the beach overlooking the ocean, approximately 20 miles from San Jose del Cabo Intl Airport.
this is heaven on earth. It is amazing service, food, facilities, pool, spa, everything! they are the best service hotel I've ever been to. And I've been to a lot! they have a great beach you can swim in. they have a turtle hatch farm - the pool is so amazing - we just stay in it all day - the service is beyond GREAT
This is by far, one of the best hotel in town!marvelous view, spacious rooms, excellent service, very good restaurants Try their tacos on the pool and their pineapple mojito :)Also their Mediterranean Mexican restaurant located at the pool, is a lovely place to eat n chill on outlooking the beach and the pool Just enjoy
Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort is probably the best hotel I have ever stayed at. The hotel, infinity pool, the beach, and all the amenities are first class!! The staff at Hilton Los Cabos is world class, top notch, made us feel special! The fish tacos served up near the infinity pool were amazing! I truly hated that I had to leave the hotel!
I had an amazing time here. The resort was more than I expected the pictures you see are just a touch on the reality and the service was above and beyond. I highly recommend this place and look forward to visiting again soon!
We just returned from a stay at the Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort yesterday. We were set for a trip to Aruba, but Hurricane Irma decided she had other plans, so we made a last-minute change to visit Cabo. We had never been there before, so we weren’t quite sure what to expect - especially with the travel warnings. It's safe to say that this resort exceeded our expectations and then some! I will try to outline things below to give readers a good idea what to expect: good and bad.First up is the Good:#1. Outstanding Service: Check-In was quick, room was ready (even 2 hours before the 3pm check-in time), everyone was friendly and always making sure that you were taken care of. The staff at the bars, pool area and restaurants were constantly checking on you to make sure you had anything you could possible want: food, drinks, more/less shade, cold towels, frozen grapes on a stick, etc. Everyone was just so kind and helpful which really impressed us and those we chatted with throughout our stay.#2. Rooms: As a Gold member we were upgraded to an Ocean Front Suite. It was large, comfortable and walked right out to a balcony that stared directly into the Sea of Cortez. The sound of the waves lulled us to sleep each night, but offered incredible views during our stay as well. The bed and pillows were very comfortable, we watched some football later in the evening on the 48" LED TV while falling asleep, and had plenty of space to sit and lounge. The bathroom is large with a separate room for the toilet and a large walk-in shower. There is a mini-fridge, but it's stocked with beer, soda, water and candy that you are charged (dearly) for if you consume any. We stopped at La Comer on the way to the resort for some beer, water and tea. However, we could only fit a few cans into the fridge with everything they had in it. I would have much preferred an empty fridge that I could place our items into or requested items to be brought/stocked and paid for them upon receipt than the current set-up.#3. Pool: There are two good sized pools at this resort along with two hot tubs. The main pool is an amazing infinity pool situated at the heart of the resort looking out towards the Sea of Cortez. There was plenty of seating around or near the pool without need to rush out at 7am to put out a towel or magazine to hold a spot. Again, it was low-season, so this could be different when at full-capacity, but there was hardly anyone using the second pool on the east side of the resort, so it was a nearly private location for those who wanted to be alone. That said, the main pool is the star of this resort. You just stare at nothing but blue... just blue waters blending into the blue skies. It was quite amazing. The pool bar serves up food during the day and it's really good. Try the pizzas and tacos... you'll thank me later. You'll see information saying the pools close at 6pm or so, but there were people in the pools/hot tubs at 9-10pm without issue. As long as you aren't being loud and obnoxious they will allow you to relax and enjoy your time there.#4. Beach: The beach with the rocks and waves is very, very beautiful to see. That said, those who are used to the soft powdery sands of the Caribbean will experience a roughness unfamiliar to them. There are many tiny pebbles and rocks... shells or fragments of shells and just an overall rough textured beach. Don't plan on walking around in bare feet, keep your sandals on. This is one of the few swimmable beaches in the area. However, a lot of the time the waves are too rough to really get in the water unless you stick to the far right corner near the rocks that protect that small area. I guess one thing we didn't get to experience that is also a plus for this resort is whale watching. From December to March you can view whales just off-shore! That would be a cool thing to experience if you are there during this time of the year. Even if you don't want to get into the water due to the roughness, you can still relax in a lounger down on the sand and be upfront as the waves crash along the shoreline. #5. Views: The views from the pool, most rooms in the inner facing rooms or those that face directly towards the ocean are amazing. We spent almost all day sitting around the main pool or at the edge of the infinity looking out towards the ocean. We also took some great photos on the beach near the rocks or just sat along the rock walls overlooking the beach as the sun set. Just a beautiful and relaxing place.#6. Food/Drinks: We enjoyed everything we ate/drank during our entire stay. That doesn't happen often, but everything was really good. We began each day at El Meson which serves breakfast and is also a dinner spot in the evenings. As gold members we had coupons that allowed us free Continental breakfast which was dry cereal, breads, pastries. However, we upgraded each day to the full breakfast which came out to roughly $10 for both combined. This gave you warm options such as omelets, waffles, pancakes, bacon, sausage, potatoes and various traditional Mexican dishes that changed each day. Lunch was poolside each day via Madero pool bar. Again, the tacos were awesome as were the pizzas. I'm getting hungry just thinking about them! They also had some sandwiches that our neighbors said were good too, so you have good options without leaving your chair.At dinner we ate at all three restaurants: Vela (Italian by the pool), El Meson (right above Vela with an outdoor area that looks out to the pool/ocean) and Azul (bar up above El Meson with nice views from their balcony or cool A/C, drinks and lots of TV's inside). At Vela, we sat outside next to the pool as the sunset. We had the beef tenderloin and spaghetti carbonara. We thought both were very good... nothing bad to say at all. At El Meson, we had tortilla soup (which they serve out of small kettles in front of you), enchiladas and chicken fajitas. Again, very good and filling. Azul is mostly a bar, but they have food offerings too, so we had the chicken nachos and steak quesadillas there. Good stuff. There is plenty of good mixed drinks, wine and beer like Pacifico, Modelo, Corona, etc. Everything we had was good.Now the Bad:#1. Uhhh... let me think... ok, there wasn't anything bad. Again, if you’re a huge beach person you might be disappointed in that the beach isn't ideal, but we usually camp out on the beach and totally didn't mind being at the pool because the pool is so amazing. The only negative thing I heard at all was that the gelato shop near the secondary pool served up old tasting product or that it seemed stale. We didn't try it, so I can't say for sure it that was the case, but it's also the low-season so they might be going through the gelato more slowly than normal and this occurred.Since there really isn't anything bad this resort really knocked it out of the park for us. We didn't experience any bug bites, so no worries on Zika. There is currently travel warnings to the area, but we never saw anything bad nor ever felt unsafe at all. This resort has a security gate and just to drop of guests drivers must sign in at the gate. Even while in town at La Comer the people were friendly and treated us like regular people... never felt uneasy at all. Now, I wouldn't recommend going out alone at 2am on side streets, but if you are smart and pay attention to your surroundings you'll be fine. If at the resort you have zero worries.As for the resort itself... it was very, very nice. Really the only thing missing was some colorful flowers. There were some nice purple flowers on some bushes near the pool, but the iguanas like to eat them so they didn’t last long. They could also shorten the umbrella poles on the chairs that look out from the whale watching area. I say this because from the infinity pool the tips of a few of them can be seen which take away from the infinity illusion. Again, some very minor details that most might not even notice or care about. They are just icing on the cake to what is already an amazing resort. We had no idea what to expect heading out to Cabo, but we loved every minute. We can't wait to go back and spend more time there. We'd like to get into the Cabo San Lucas marina area next time because they were still trying to clean up after tropical storm Lidia hit them pretty hard. Hilton Cabo... we will be back!
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- Items of a personal nature
- 375 Rooms
- 2 Pools
- Spa (fee)
- Kids Club
- 4 Restaurants
- 3 Bars
- Business centre (fee)
- Internet access (fee)
- Meeting rooms (fee)
- ATM Machine
- Currency Exchange
- Beauty salon (fee)
- Fitness centre
- Tennis court
- Golf course (fee)
- 1 King or 2 Queen
- Private Balcony
- Oversized bathroom
- Maximum 3 adults or 2 Adults and 2 Children
Resort Location Map
Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf ResortLos Cabos,Mexico
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- Extra Info
Carretera Transpeninsular Km. 19.5, San Jose del Cabo 23447 Mexico
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