Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos

Paseo del Malecon l-5 D, Fonatur Zona Hotelera, San Jose Del Cabo, Los Cabos, Baja California, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Jose Del Cabo

Wedding on 12.12.12

A travel blog entry by moeho

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We had the privilege of spending time and being surrounded by amazing beautiful people. Thank you Al and Carrie for a wonderful wedding and inviting us to share the experience with you!

Los Cabos

A travel blog entry by maya1991ll

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... to swim or surf in some of the areas of this beach, but when we arrived at this beach by boat, it felt like we were in a Dali painting, everything seemed so surreal out of context, and it seemed nothing like what I witnesses before in other beaches. And last but not least, we have La Bahia de Santa Maria. which is awesome to swim in, but at points the beach can get violent. When I went to this beach it was very calm to swim in, and then it started to get violent, which made ...

Cabo Pulmo and Celina's parents head home.

A travel blog entry by polloslibre

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Celina's parents took an opportunity the first week of March to fly over to the mainland and do a railway tour of the Copper Canyon. The Copper Canyon or Barranca de Cobre in Spanish, is a canyon that is actually larger and deeper than the Grand Canyon.

Bev and Doug enjoyed a week of travel by train, gondola and accommodations right on the cliff of the canyon. They relate that this is a "Must Do" on ...

A real 'WOW' Day

A travel blog entry by kiberkid

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... one of our passengers was involved ... thank goodness. Speaking of machine guns ... here in Cabo .. not one machine gun. Yes the military was present on the dock, but only had side arms that were holstered, and no bullet proof jackets, and no helmets. With all the **** happening in Mexico at this time ... is that a good thing or not?

Our shore excursion today was racing on the open ocean in an America’s ...

The water's fine... Jump in!

A travel blog entry by andreasolo

... leave to come back to San Jose I decided to hop in the car and go (seems a lot of my decisions about travel here are made within three minutes' time) and so- Grab your **** and jump in! - and here I am in San Jose. We were in a hurry because there were a couple of dinners going on (being masterfully created) so

Sidebar, I love being able to limp my way through a conversation in Spanish, which ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Paseo del Malecon l-5 D, Fonatur Zona Hotelera, San Jose Del Cabo, is near High Tide Sea Expeditions, Malecon, Estero de San Jose, and Angela Peralta Theater (Teatro Angela Peralta).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Ziva Los Cabos San Jose Del Cabo

    Reviewed by moeho

    Very nice and clean resort

    Reviewed Dec 9, 2012
    by (1 review) Calgary , Canada Flag of Canada

    The staff at this resort were friendly and it was a great location. The downside was that for an all-inclusive location there was not much to do after 11pm and no food/restaurants available.

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos San Jose Del Cabo

    We will return

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    My family and I spent 6 days and 5 nights @ the Grand Baja Resort in San Jose, Mexico. The accomandations were excellent. We had a large 2 bedroom suite and a one bedroom suite. The suites were presented very nicely,spacious bedrooms, dining, kitchen, livng area and

    Very Disappointing

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    We just spent a week at the Grand Baja (July 31 - Aug 8). We did not have a good experience overall. The first problem, and maybe not a problem for some, but the beach is unswimmable. It is beautiful to look at and to walk on, but you can't swim there. I went with my nine year old son and my 11 year old neice and they really wanted to swim in the ocean. So we had to go all the way to San Jose Del Cabo to swim, about a half hour away. This cost us about $70+ dollars a day to

    Not Ready to Host Paying Customers

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    My fiancée and I stayed at the Grand Baja Resort from July 16-19. Although the resort has been open for 3 months it operates under incomplete infrastructure and incompetent management which results in total chaos and predictable dissatisfaction for the paying customer. The bad:

    Never again..........

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    we stayed at the grand from 7/09 to 7/16/04. too many bad experiences about the hotel:

    we could hear people talking next door, got stuck in the elavator, only 1 restaurant open eventhough online advertised 3 restaurants, massage was the worst, waited 2 days for a cleaning lady, gym's a/c was not working, food was good but a small bottled water costs $3.50, pool's bottom was rough giving us blisters and checking out took over an hour. even the front desk had different rates for the same room. there were not enough lights along walkways making it unsafe to walk at night. not recommended.

    The ideal Cabo experience at the Grand Baja Resort

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    For a brand new resort, I was completely impressed! The views are breathtaking. We stayed for 10 days (June 16-26, 2004) in a 2 bdrm royal suite and it was spacious and beautiful. There was only one restaurant open at the time, but the menu was quite extensive and the food was wonderful. The staff was very nice and accomodating.

    I highly recommend this resort for the ultimate Cabo experience!

    A warm welcome

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    The service at the Grand Baja was always with a smile. They really made you feel welcome and always helped out with anything you needed, before you realized you needed it!

    Chill at The Grand Baja

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    My husband and I really enjoyed our time at the Grand Baja. It was nice to just chill back and enjoy ourselves without being bothered by a bunch of rowdy people. The hotel is beautiful and tranquil. The food was amazing....we looked forward to each meal. We had a great time! I would definetly go back.

    Calm and Relaxing in Los Cabos

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    I just got back from a long weekend (4nights) at the Grand Baja and I loved it.

    A beautiful and upcoming resort

    from

    This resort is brand new only 2 months old. everything isn't finished yet, but it will be a beautiful resort for the layed back people who like no noise except for the pounding sound of the ocean, which you can't swim in. The food was wonderful at the only open restaurant that is open as of yet. The room are beautiful as well. I would recommend this resort in about 5 years from now.

    It will be a wonderful resort in 5 - 10 years from now!

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    This resort has so much going for it, But it's still under construction, which mean's there are things that still aren't working, like all of the waterfall's, the water in the hotel rooms is yellow, When we first came to our room we flushed the toilet thinking that someone had used it, but it still looked the same after we flushed it..you need to drink bottled water at all times, the shower water is yellow also, so be aware! They no activities going on at all, I felt like a nursing home would be more fun then this place...They played the same sound track over and over. The beach is unswimable, at night the waves would hit the beach so hard you could feel the rooms move.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos San Jose Del Cabo

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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