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... rocky, but its beautiful to sunbathe and it feels like you're on mars, because its deserted, and full of rocks and a beautiful view to the sea. Then we have El Arco, which is the famous rock which is shaped like an arc in Los Cabos, here you can observe the sea lions and blue whales, of course depending on the season you go. You can also do some snorkeling in some of the parts of this beach, but this beach has also extremely violent waves the size of my room. So it ...
... at anything without being jumped on by the vendor. So we went to the local rooftop bar! It's called Shooters, and is actually owned by Canadians and has Calgary Flames stuff everywhere. From 9 am - 4 pm, beer is only 10 pesos! (less than a dollar) ... but limit one per person. Good old Canadians! Roger got two Pacifico for 10 pesos each since I was just drinking ...
... as the ocean goes in Cabo though I do not suggest going there and expecting to have a fun time swimming in it. It has some of the scariest waves that I have ever encountered. So the beach outside of our hotel you weren't allowed to swim in because of the huge waves and I don't think that I would have even thought of swimming in it because the waves were so crazy huge but one day we did adventure out to the arch and there they ...
... but I would guess most are from the US or Canada.
After the sky pool, Kathy had a 4 pm appointment at the spa for reflexology, which I guess is a fancy foot rub. Thirty minutes for $90, but with our $100 spa certificate from the time share presentation she didn’t have to pay much except tip. Mary, Joe, and Carolyn had a 4:30 appointment for the same. I came back to the Villa and read, took a dip in our own infinity pool, and a short nap. Life is good!
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Historical Traveler Reviews Cabo Azul Resort San Jose Del Cabo
We just returned from Cabo Azul and have some mixed feelings about it. It has the potential to be a very luxurious resort once it is finished. We booked through our timeshare Monarch Grand Vacations and paid premium points for it. If I had known that alot of the facilites would not yet be open, I would have waitied a while longer. We were told that the spa should be opening while we were there, but I would say it is at least a couple of weeks off. The taco/tequilla/seviche bar that they advertise is not open either. The gym is also not yet open. It had all of the equiptment, so they may be waiting till the spa is ready since it is in the same area.
I belong to the Monarch Grand Vacations. We got in and registration sent us to the concierge while they would check if our room was ready. The concierge only wanted to book us a timeshare presentation in exchange for a dinner cruise or some activity of our choice. When we told him we booked several outings he assumed we did that through another timeshare presenter (which is customary in Cabo) and started yelling at us that we shouldn't be talking to those evil people - another concierge joined in and told us it was dangerous and they were trying to protect us from evil people. I told him I booked the reservations online and he told me I was lying. At that point I had enough - I told him that I booked online and I had also spoken to a timeshare person who offered me $350 to see a timeshare at the airport (which I took)- I was a grown woman - I didn't need his protection and there was no reason he should be yelling at me. I booked a full ocean view (and paid dearly for that view) but all I got was a pool view. They said they would look into getting me a different room and then moved me up three floors so I could get a pool/ocean view (not a full ocean view - never crediting me for my reduced view). The safe didn't work in our room - the table for the patio was in a crate and never taken out during our 6 day stay. No patio furniture and no plants as shown on their website. No coffee table, no end tables, no nightstands, broken air conditioning in the bedroom with no window, some lights didn't work. The only good parts about this place was the maid service, beautiful grounds, Javiers Cantina and the swim up bar. Service people provided wonderful service. The construction people were very quiet considering they were still building the site. We left early to snorkel the last day and tipped the maid well as she was the best person in the place but when we came back to return our car and wait for our shuttle to the airport we saw the maid and found out someone had taken the money out of her room she never received the money. We contacted management about that - they could see that the bellman came into the room twice but couldn't prove he took the money so they said they would watch him. Would I go there again - maybe in a year when they have their act together but I would ask for a room with a garden view as they don't care what room they give you. I would also be sure to personally tip people as management won't make an example of a thief.
My fiancee and I stayed at Cabo Azul for 3 nights as part of our honeymoon (first 6 nights at the Cabo Hilton).
Nous avons adoré Cabo Azul!
Nous avons adoré notre voyage à Cabo Azul! La résidence est magnifique-la piscine est surprenante. Il y a encore quelques parties en construction, mais ils arrivent à contrôler le bruit. Nous sommes même restés une nuit de plus pour nous détendre et profiter davantage.
En ce qui concerne la multipropriété - nous avons acheté la nôtre il y a quelques mois avec Monarch, et c'étaient nos premières vacances.
Nous étions déjà allés au Mexique quelques fois auparavant et notre meilleur conseil serait: ignorez les ventes de multipropriété à l'aéroport... et à la résidence. Nous leur avons dit non au moment du check-in, et les avons ignorés le reste du temps.
Nous avons bien profité de notre séjour, et nous y reviendrons certainement bientôt!
Wir fanden unseren Urlaub in Cabo Azul einfach super! Das Resort ist wunderschön, der Poolbereich einfach unglaublich. Es gibt immer noch Bereiche, in denen noch gebaut wird, sie haben sich aber immer bemüht, die Lärmbelästigung auf ein Minimum zu beschränken. Sind sogar eine Nacht länger geblieben, damit wir uns mehr entspannen konnten. Was die Timeshareverkäufer betrifft, wir haben über Monarch, ein paar Monate zuvor, gekauft und hatten danach zum ersten Mal hier Urlaub gemacht. Waren schon mehrere Male zuvor in Mexiko gewesen und unser Tipp an Sie sollte sein, dass Sie den Verkäufen am Flughafen keine Beachtung schenken, aber auch nicht denen im Resort. Als wir ankamen haben wir sofort abgelehnt und die Verkäufer für den Rest der Zeit einfach ignoriert. Hatten einen tollen Urlaub und werden auf jeden Fall bald wiederkommen!
Loved Cabo Azul!
We loved our trip to Cabo Azul! The resort is beautiful-the pool area is amazing. There are still areas that are under construction, but they are good at keeping the noise level down. We even stayed an extra night to relax and enjoy more.
As for the timeshare sales-we had recently purchased ours with Monarch a few months earlier and this was our first vacation since. We have been to Mexico a few times before and our best advice: ignore the timeshare sales at the airport..and at the resort. We said no at the time of check-in and ignored them the rest of the time.
We had a great time and we'll definitely be back soon!
J'ai adoré l'hôtel, j'ai détesté la pression mise par les revendeurs de multipropriété
La résidence est absolument magnifique, mais je n'y retournerai jamais, à cause de la pression imposée par les revendeurs de multipropriété.
Loved the hotel. hated the timeshare sales pressure
the resort was absolutely beautiful, but i would never go back because of the timeshare sales pressure.
Fand das Hotel super, die Belästigung durch die VErkäufer fand ich schrecklich
Das Resort ist einfach wunderschön, wurde aber wegen der Belästigung durch die Timeshareverkäufer nicht wiederkommen.
We stayed at the new Cabo Azul resort on a time share promotion this past weekend. The hotel is very beautiful, but not yet completed. There is a lot of construction going on at the back of the hotel, and whole wings are still not open yet. However, the area around the pool is lovely, nearly empty of other people, and quiet, no construction noise at all. Our room was also plenty quiet. I think they are careful to book only the rooms away from the construction. Being a new place, the rooms, which are all suites, are pretty perfect. No leaky taps to complain about. The decor is beautiful, pretty much as you will see on their website. The beach is also lovely with crashing waves, and few other people. One an evening walk we saw a sea turtle digging a hole and laying her eggs. That was amazing! The hotel staff all spoke English and were very nice. We had to endure a timeshare sales pitch, and almost went for it, but we regained our senses, and checked on Ebay and saw the resale value (less than 50% of the initial fees) and walked away, but they sure gave us a fight!!