Marquis Los Cabos
- What's Included
- All Inclusive Features
We vacationed here earlier this year and are coming back for more, as we didn't want to leave in the first place. The service in Marquis is outstanding, and the location is even better, you can walk on the beach for a mile or more and run into only a few other people. The rooms (all ocean facing) and the grounds are impeccably kept. Every time we saw a recently vacated room, the maintenance guys were in there touching up the place. The people working here are as friendly and helpful as they come. The food and the drinks are good, we've been spoiled with many varieties of food at other all-inclusives, nevertheless, everything that we had here was very fresh and authentic. Great place to spend a few days to a week on the beach.
Had a great time here. Staff were all welcoming and accommodating.Food: Breakfast buffet: good options. Can order from menu as well. Wish the food in the warmers were warmer, but still okay.Lunch: Best lunch is is Dos Mares. Get the ceviche. It's delicious.Dinner: We like sushi the best. Pretty good sashimi made by Jose and Jose Carlos. Those guys are awesome. If you like Habachi, you need to make a reservations. The Italian restaurant had good pizza. The Mexican has good flank steak. Alma at Vista Ballenas came up to our table every night and welcomed us. Did not try the French because it was extra $$$ which, we did not want to pay.Lobby bar was great. Donny and Itzel were great to talk to and they served good drinks. They have top shelf liquor if you ask for it. Popcorn side dish at the bar is awesome, especially since I love popcorn.Pool was nice to lounge around. A lot of chair savers, but we usually removed towels if there was not anyone's belongings on the chair. No one said anything. It get's annoying, but wasn't that big of an issue. Cannot swim at the beach near the resort because the waves are dangerous. Robert with the poolside service worked extra hard. He has the hardest job at the hotel taking orders poolside and serving drinks in the hot weather. Overall, great service, food and hotel accommodations. Would recommend it to others and stay again. The people that say negative things about this place are snobs or must be hard to please. My wife and I had a great time.Also, please tip the workers! These people work hard and have another life outside of this lovely resort which is probably not that great.
The Marquis was lovely and made turning 50 all the better! We arrived the day a group who rented the entire hotel left, and have to say the hotel and staff were a bit disheveled and not ready for guests. We gave them a chance to recover, and I'm happy we stayed. The service was wonderful and the staff so friendly, hard working and attentive! Enrique was the best and was super helpful with all our needs!! Martin our server at breakfast and Hugo, Mari and Rigiberto our drink servers by the pool were all fantastic...thank you!! The food was delish, especially all of the different ceviches! The rooms are incredibly beautiful, comfortable and clean with amazing views! Thanks again Marquis for a wonderful stay!
I agree with Amy, (we met at the pool and we wondered where you went!). The large Jewish group (800+) who had checked in for 10 days before required installations of their own beach restaurant, basketball court, TV's, video games, pool tables, children (which are not normally allowed at the resort) and every plate, glass and cooking utensil had to be switched over to accommodate kosher. The caterer from New Jersey was just finishing when we were headed to the pool on day one. All of this left a HUGE mess on the beach as they were tearing it down for days and made for an eyesore as you looked out onto the beach. Once we had our rooms moved to casitas on the other end of the resort we had a nice view. This completely upended the resort and the staff. I think they may not have known what they bargained for in signing up for that.I also agree with Amy that we shouldn't have had our vacation impacted, however, the staff upgraded our room and my experience because we had a group of 8 people was much different. The ceviche--all 6 of them awesome, we enjoyed poolside every day, the pool service especially Rigoberto, our waiter was fabulous. The breakfast buffet food was great, and you could order hot off a menu as well if buffet is not your style. We have stayed in several all inclusive resorts. Like I said it was a very slow start, but I mostly just felt sorry for the people who were working their butts off to turn it back around--and still managed to have a smile on their face. There is a french restaurant which is not included for the price--which we would have liked to try for our special occasion but it was closed on Saturday (the seemed kind of dumb). You may want to avoid booking around religious holidays if this is something they would continue to do in the future. All in all a great time, and I would definitely return to this resort.
My bestie and I were wanting a getaway. We are both overworked female doctors, so we decided to spend a little more to go to Marquis against our better judgement. Apparently, the day before, they had hosted big Jewish party that had rented out the entire hotel. The hotel had to switch things around to make everything kosher, which is entirely fine. However, they were completely unprepared for our arrival the next day after the large party left. Bc of the low occupancy (only 40 rooms booked), they only opened only two of the five restaurants. This after they promised my friend that all the restaurants would be open. Mind you, we are both fluent in Spanish and there was no language barrier. I'm sorry, but just because a large party paid to have the hotel prior to our arrival doesn't mean that we deserve less during our stay. In addition, the food wasn't very good at all. The ceviche tasted foul. We both have stayed at the Riu Palace before for less and experienced better food and better service. Not only that, we tried to go to one of the only two restaurants open but were treated rudely. We were seated in our attire, which was our swimwear with cover ups on. After we were seated, we were served drinks, but then someone else came and asked us to leave bc we were not appropriately dressed. This would have been fine if they asked us to leave initially before being seated. We wouldn't have gladly gone up to our rooms to change, but it was rude to seat us, take our drink orders, and then ask us to leave bc we were inappropriately dressed. We then went to the front desk to ask about which restaurants were open and they said that on Wednesdays and certain other days, only two restaurants are open. This is not what was explained to my friend earlier, and it seems like false advertisement on their website if this is the case. We are currently trying to leave the hotel if we can find somewhere else to stay.
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
- 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
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
Carretera Transpeninsular Km 21.5 Fraccionamiento Cabo Real, San Jose del Cabo 23400 Mexico
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