Marquis Los Cabos
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This was our first experience visiting Cabo San Lucas (we have been to other areas in Mexico) but not our first experience at an all-inclusive... and it definitely exceeded our expectations. The staff is fantastic and super attentive. Poolside servers kept the drinks coming before we could even ask for a refill, and even refreshed our ice cream when it got too melty! The rooms are gorgeous, all with an ocean view, and an amazing little wake-up amenity of coffee and fresh sweet rolls at your door to enjoy on the balcony each day. You can't swim in the ocean directly in front of the resort but the infinity pools more than suffice. Cute nighttime activities like a live band and dancing are offered.The food is top notch (best ceviche and guacamole), especially for an all-inclusive where you usually expect mediocre food. The Mexican restaurant and poolside grill were our favorite. Japanese restaurant was fun but a little too salty. Most importantly, the drinks are never watered down. Would definitely recommend staying at Marquis and would totally come back for another visit. It won't be our last time in Cabo!
Great hotel, lots going on all day, excellent food and drinks!Susie at the pool was great, always checking to see if we need anything.Fernando at the front desk couldn't do enough to make our stay wonderful!We will absolutely go back, rooms were clean and well maintained.Only thing we would request, heat the pools! They are all cold :( Only the small Jacuzzi pools up by the spa were warm... Please heat the pools!!! Staff couldn't be nicer, they were always hard at work.
My husband decided to surprise me with a trip to Cabo for our 19th Anniversary. He picked Marquis because it was adults only and right on the beach.From the minute we checked in we knew we had found "our place" Right away at check in the entire staff was so kind and excited to see us. We were taken to our amazing room right on the beach with a plunge pool on the roof - can you say amazing! We spent the afternoon laying by the pool and soaking in every bit of the beauty. Every morning at breakfast we were given the most incredible tables when Adriana or Aranza seated us and then Florinda and Detzanit treated us like royalty.When we laid by the pool there was enough umbrellas and you never had to hunt for a lounge chair - there was always plenty. The pool host (sorry I forgot his name) was available but not hovering over us.All in all if you want a quite romantic time I promise you that Marquis is perfect for just that.
Overall, the Marquis was fabulous! The ambiance, size of the resort and relaxing feel won us over. There were a few misses, but we’d come back!Location – Absolutely beautiful!!! You can hear the waves crash onto the beach and it was glorious! You can’t swim in this area, but that isn’t something we look for. If that is important to you, definitely look elsewhere. The resort is nice and quiet, just like we like! This is a very relaxing resort. There are activities planned, but nothing like the larger resorts we’ve been to. If you want a party atmosphere, lots of activities or to be close to town, this isn’t the place for you.Food – As everyone else says – CEVICHE! CEVICHE! CEVICHE!! It is absolutely amazing! I don’t like onions and they made it for me everyday without! Canto Del Mar – Definitely go if you can! It was a wonderful meal, although the desserts weren’t impressive. The Mexican fiesta and the BBQ night with the fire dancers – AMAZING!!! This is where Marquis shines in my opinion. They put so much effort into these events and the food was awesome. The taco Thursday at lunch was also very impressive! The restaurants were just so so, with Pergola being a disappointment. I will say we are foodies and I’m sure most of the guests thought the food was just fine. It wasn’t terrible, just not impressive. Room service was good. The coffee and pastries in the box weren't that great to me. The coffee was kinda cold in my opinion. Breakfast – I think the opening time of Vista Ballenas either needs to be changed or the staff needs to be ready. It says they open at 7. The days we got there at 7, no one was ready. One day we got there at 730 and they still acted like we were early. It was just kind of off-putting.Coffee shop – Loved the French vanilla latte’s! They do a great job.Drinks – This was a miss in our book. The drinks were very inconsistent, not alcohol wise, but more taste. Everyday the same drink tasted very different. Also, we are people who get up early, eat breakfast and head to the pool. So some days we were there by 8-830 AM. There wasn’t a waiter to be found. There wasn’t a bar open. There wasn’t any alcohol in our room. Now we don’t drink a ton, but I do like a bloody mary in the mornings when I am on vacation. Even water was nowhere to be found except in the room. One morning we did have a waiter come by and we asked for bloody mary’s. I could see no starting to form on the tip of his tongue (I could tell it was because the pergola bar wasn’t open yet), but he did stop himself. This was very disappointing. We’ve been to the Excellence resorts in the Cancun area numerous times and have never had this problem with drinks. They do set up a make shift bar in the Pergola during the day to get drinks thankfully. The price we paid for this resort, including a casita, should have afforded us at least 1 bottle of alcohol in our room. We were told on arrival they’d bring us a glass of whatever alcohol we wanted, but that is a hassle. The main bar isn’t on the level of the beach or pool fyi.Room – We were in a casita – oh my!! Super nice and highly recommend if you can splurge! We had a lower level casita and could walk right out our door to the pool. It was super convenient. Also, I brought a small float that I blew up in the room and kept in our private plunge pool – that was key and the best idea I had!!Pools – very nice and pretty. The infinity pools were very cold even in the middle of May. I do think resort floats would be a nice addition. There were plenty of towels to go around. As I said previously, we do get to the pool early so many days we were the only ones there who had claimed a chair. Some days no one claimed anything until 10 AM. The last few days, a few chairs did get claimed around 7 AM, but you definitely will get a “good” location regardless. They play classical/piano music from about 930-11 – this was amazing! I wished they played this longer. The music that played after this was in the background and perfectly fine.Conference – Mid week a surf conference did show up. We’ve been to resorts that had conferences and have not been a fan. To say I was disappointed, when I heard this, was an understatement. The only issue we had was the head lady of the conference ran out of a casita the day she got there with NUMEROUS obtrusive floats that she just dumped in every pool – black mustaches, large pelicans and large unicorns (probably 25-30 in all). At this point, we were scared it was getting ready to turn into a massive party. It didn’t, but the floats made the pools very uninviting. Now, I did bring my own float (a flat lounger), but I kept it in our private plunge pool so that it wouldn’t take away from the beauty of the resort. The Marquis Los Cabos is a very nice, upscale, clean and relaxing resort. I definitely recommend.We are a couple in our late-30's.
I stayed at the hotel for a 3 day event and it definitely exceeded my expectations. The servers in the restaurant Florinda and Marcos were very friendly! The rooms and property were clean and the view from the room and lobby was beautiful.We had to sign a waiver that we would no swim in the ocean as it was too rough. The pool area was very nice though.
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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
- Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner gourmet dining options
- Domestic and premium drinks
- 24-hour room service
- In room liqueur selection
- Daily activities
- Special treat: In room dining will deliver every morning through the special niche your "Marquis Wakeup Coffee" (Coffee and sweet rolls)
- Bathrobes and slippers for all occupants
- Turn down service
- 235 Suites
- 1 Buffet and 4 a la Carte restaurants
- 3 Bars
- Snack bar
- 3 Pools
- Fitness centre
- Gift shops
- Car rental desk (fee)
- Conference facilities (fee)
- Medical services (fee)
- Internet (fee)
- Wedding facilities (fee)
- One king or two double beds
- View of the ocean
- Sitting area
- Private furnished ocean view terrace or patio
- Satellite TV
- Spacious bathroom with shower and hydro-massage bathtub
- Coffee/tea maker
- Internet (fee)
- Iron/ironing board
- Hair dryer
- Radio alarm clock with MP3 docking station
- CD player
- Luxury toiletries
- Bathrobes and slippers
- In-room safe
- Maximum occupancy of 3 adults
Resort Location Map
Marquis Los CabosLos Cabos,Mexico
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- Extra Info
Carretera Transpeninsular Km 21.5 Fraccionamiento Cabo Real, San Jose del Cabo 23400 Mexico
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