Club Cabo Inn

Address: San Lucas 23410, Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Baja California, 23410, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on San Lucas 23410, Cabo San Lucas, is near Los Arcos, JC's Sportfishing, Ocean Riders, and Shore Tour of Cabo San Lucas.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Studio 6 Cleveland - Mentor

    Not as Avertised

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    Based on the description on the Club Cabo website and reviews on tripadvisor, I booked reservations at Club Cabo. Club Cabo is out of the city of San Lucus, so if you don't have a car, you are going to be unhappy. My room euphemistically called a "Suite" was a dumpy two room combo with no door on the bathroom. Transportation is a 10-15 minute walk to the main highway where you might be able to flag down a bus. Otherwise, a taxi costs $10 US dollars each way. Except for one or two restraurant on the main highway, most restaurants are in the city. The beach is 5 minutes by car. Otherwise its a 20 minute walk down a dirt road with speeding cars forcing you to jump on to the shoulder. If you do decide to try staying there, do not send money unless you are sure that you will be happy. Be advised that the owner does not provide refunds. There are serveral much nicer hotels in the city that were in the same price range. These hotels are within easy walking distance of the beach and restaurants.

    We have chose to stay here several trips

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    We first drove down from Colorado to Cabo San Lucas in 1993 and found Club Cabo just off the beach and walking distance to town so decided to set up camp there. We enjoyed our hosts hospitality and the sites atmosphere so much that we continued to camp at Club Cabo the next several years that we have driven down. The last trip we stayed in one of their new hotel rooms and was very impressed. We have stayed at many nice resorts in Cabo when we have flown down and the Club Cabo hotel rooms are much nicer than many of the resorts where we have paid $240 a night! If you want to enjoy the natural beauty of Cabo San Lucas then Club Cabo is a wonderful place to stay.

    Affordable Club Cabo

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    Out of the fast lane the way Mexico is suppose to be . close enough to walk to the beach and affordable. If you want a surf report stop and see them . Fun Helpful Great pool . Would do it again THANKS

    Not a good time at all

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    I stayed here in Feb. 2003, but was disappointed that the facility was not up to the advertising on the Club Cabo Inn website. First, when I arrived there was no reservation for me. The owners were on vacation and the friends they had left in charge were not prepared for any guests at that time.

    The cheapest room was not very livable, so I moved into a quite nice second-story room with a palapa roof. Unfortunately, the hot water and t.v. both went out my second day.

    The friends did not know about any expected breakfast, which I was rather counting on, as food sources nearby were scanty.

    And it is quite a long walk into town. And at night, quite awful.

    I moved out on the third day.

    Club Cabo Hotel & Camp Resort

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    Sunny Cabo San Lucas "Club Cabo Hotel and Camp Resort" was a very friendly, comfortable atmosphere for tent campers. Bathrooms were clean, showers were hot and clean, shade areas were available for hammocks. Swimming pool and spa nice. Some cabanas had barbeque areas and porches. Owner, Martin Rozendaal very friendly and willing to accommodate needs of his guests. Just a 15 minute walk from the new Costco where American foods/products abound (anyone for a hot dog and soda?). Bus stop to San Jose Del Cabo just five minute walk from here. Prices ranged anywhere from $12 per person and up (depending on number of people in group). Plenty of space for RV's or tents. I spent six nights there in late November of 2003 and it was one of the nicer experiences I've had in Cabo, having been there two or three times. I don't believe there's any other tent camping in Cabo so the place is unique in that respect. Paul Grigoruk

    Feel like family!

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    Let me say that Club Cabo is in a league by itself, as far as places to stay in Cabo! I've stayed there twice (both traveling by motercycle to get there) and plan on staying many more. Both Martin and Irene go the Xtra mile making sure your stay is enjoyable and that you feel like part of the family. Club Cabo is a 10!

    Club cabo deals

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    drove to cabo san lucas, and found a private resort behind Vagabundos Camp. Marty and Irene are great hosts, and can get or arrange anything you need. close to town and the action, I don't like the big impersonal hotels, so this was really nice. trees, close to beach, and everyone there is like a good friend, so go visit, tell 'em I said HI, wolf...

    Affordable, Friendly and close to the beach!!!

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    This is a great place, with friendly and cordial hosts that caters to the budget traveller. Liked it alot and would recommend it to anyone on a budget. Within walking distance of all the fun places in Cabo San Lucas. Camped under a palapa and enjoyed the pool and jacuzzi too. I will be back.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Studio 6 Cleveland - Mentor

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Cabo San Lucas

    Mexico to LA

    A travel blog entry by retiredandcrazy on Apr 29, 2015

    ... this place and now they can add my name.

    26th April - our last sea day before arriving in Los Angeles tomorrow where Jill and Angelo disembark. I'll miss them. Jill is a real live wire and keeps everyone entertained and Angelo is such a sweetheart - the ying to Jilll's yang!. Life will not be the same without them.

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    Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

    A travel blog entry by sally2015 on Jan 28, 2015

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    ... with it and the people are great. We had some time to potter round the marina, stock up on wine for our cabins get a drink and use the free wifi in Senior Frogs (our Florida friends will appreciate that, it wasn't quite as wild as the one in the Bahamas though) before getting the tender back to ship, incidentally this was the first port which wasn't big enough to accommodate Arcadia so we had to be tendered in using the ships life boats, was very interesting getting on ...

    Full sails and tall tales

    A travel blog entry by garrynjan on Jun 10, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... large bottle of Tequila, 1 large bottle Kahlua, a Mexican blanket and a US100 dollar
    voucher for a meal at a nice restaurant at the Marina. G & I looked silently at one another , and armed with our goodies were back in a free taxi and home again by noon. Quite a lucrative morning we had spent.

    While relaxing around the pool in the afternoon we heard the words "you two talk funny"....WE talk FUNNY????? coming from a ...

    Cabo - party central !

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 13, 2014

    55 photos

    Woke to the wake up call … then I drifted back to a light sleep. Finally got up around 7-ish and out on the balcony as we were coming into Cabo San Lucas … beautiful morning.





    Plenty of time this morning so it was the dining room for us. They had a special today - scrambled eggs and smoked salmon – I got that and it was good …. as well as my usual fruit.






    We got our shore ex tickets and no sooner had ...

    A Day in Cabo

    A travel blog entry by danharriet on Mar 13, 2013

    24 photos

    ... was a large Mexico sign made up of individual letters that rested on the boardwalk. It made for a perfect picture opportunity. Just to the left was a large building full of small tourist shops that were divided by long narrow walkways that ran past many individual shops. Although the selection was large the prices reflected the fact that these stores were here for convenience instead of good bargains. But all shops in Cabo were willing to negotiate their prices. ...