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- Swimming pool
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Historical Traveler Reviews Los Milagros Hotel Cabo San Lucas
Thanks from Alaska!
What a relief! After all of the overpriced and crowded resorts, this hotel offers a quiet, romantic setting with a great price. This was our first trip to Cabo and we will definitely stay at Los Milagros again. The hostess, Sandra, is very friendly and helpfull along with all of the staff. The gardens, tropical birds, and fountain allow relaxation and total vacation bliss. Very romantic but not stuffy and walking distance to everything Cabo San Lucas has to offer.
Heaven on Earth
My husband and I just spent a week at Los Milagros hotel in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. It was the best holiday we've had in years. This boutique hotel is truly amazing. It was so beautiful - the flowers, the fountain, the sunny terrace.... We loved it. The hotel's owners, Ricardo and Sandra, were lovely hosts. They were so helpful in planning our trip. This place is a little slice of heaven. Everything was impecable. I can't image a more perfect hotel in the world.
Wonderful Charm in the Center of All
Just returned from four nights at Los Milagros. Frommer's and the hotel's web site had our expectations high and we were not disappointed. The hotel is within walking distance of the marina, beaches, shopping and a myriad of restaurants. The architectural details, the lushness of the garden, the background music and the candles at night created an atmosphere of warmth and intimacy. Saundra and Ricardo are the on-site owner's and their personal touch was evident everywhere.
Saundra's knowledge of the city allowed us to experience restaurants that are not in the tour guides and our friend's hadn't discovered after years of travel to the area.
In short, an extraordinary value for a lovely hotel. We're already eagerly recommending it to all of our friends!
A Little Gem in the city
On our recent trip to Cabos San Lucas, we stayed in Los Milgros Hotel. Located right in the city and within close proximity to restaurants, shopping, nightlife, the marina, Medano and Lover's Beach, we found this hotel to be a perfect choice for our needs.
From the moment we entered the courtyard consisting of lush tropical plantings, beautiful stone and tile work, fountain, and small swimming pool, we knew we were "home" for the week. We chose the penthouse, based on other reviews we had read and were pleasantly surpirsed at it's spaciousness, full tiled kitchen, lovely tiled bathtub, ample closet and excellent natural light. The penthouse it accessed by lovely tile stairs off of the sun terrace, a perfect spot to read or mingle with other guests. In addition to this seating area, there are other shaded areas on the main level near the fountain and swimming pool.
The innkeepers, Sandra and Ricardo were most hospitible and forthcoming to offer advice on where to go for any of our needs. We highly recommend this small hotel and it is truly a good value at $75 U.S. per night!
A Lovely Oasis
My husband and I recently returned from our first trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. I found the Los Milagros Hotel on the internet and it sounded ideal for what we wanted. I wanted something in the heart of Cabo, small, reasonable and non-mega resort and that is exactly what we got. Cabo is a busy, throbbing town. However, after a long day of fishing, sight seeing, shopping etc., the Los Milagros was a quiet beautiful refuge. Situated only a little over a block from the gorgeous marina, one enters via a beautiful gate into an oasis. The 11 room hotel is situated in the most ideal spot for really experiencing Cabo and yet you are in a walled garden environment. Gorgeous tropical flowers abound with the sound of a beautiful fountain always within hearing distance. A small cobalt blue swimming pool is in the heart of the hotel outdoor sitting area with a lovely second floor terrace overlooking it. The rooms are clean and rustic in their native decor but quite adequate. The Los Milagros was a real find and we are already making plans for our next visit!
What a wonderful surprise
Even though Cabo is a small town I am constantly amazed at the hidden treasures. I am a Mexican citizen and travel to Cabo not only for pleasure but also on business. I had the opportunity to finally experience this treasure first hand. Friends of ours took over the entire hotel and were married in the courtyard. I have never seen a more romantic setting amidst a glorious garden. I highly recommend this spot not only as a tranquil retreat but also a get away spot for a special event. I now know where I will be staying each and every time I come to Cabo in the future both for business as well as pleasure.
I am a new convert to the world of boutique hotels.
The Perfect Oasis in Downtown Cabo!!
As I often travel to Cabo I have had the privelege of sampling many hotels in the area: From the Palmilla Hotel to the Sheraton. The best value I have found in Cabo is Los Milagros Hotel. The rooms are nicely appointed: quiet minisplit A/C, television, phone and even internet hookup! It's ideal location, just a block from the marina and close to all, makes it unncessary to even rent a car. Everything is pretty much within walking distance. You could literally crawl from Cabo Wabo to the hotel (Not that I will admit to it). With all the hustle and bustle around town, when I walked up to the hotel and its unassuming facade, I saw the garden and fountain and I felt at home. The staff was very helpful. On my last trip I finally managed to stay there. Last time I tried it was completely booked. I was told a movie was being filmed in town (Troy) and the production staff took over the hotel. I was given the penthouse for about the same price of a regular room. Ask for it if its available, its got the nice tub and full kitchen. All in all, I would gladly recommend Los Milagros to the traveller who is looking for value and a different experience than that of the big hotels. Not that staying at the One and Only Palmilla is bad by any means. I just wanted to sample a different flavor this time. I was pleasantly suprised and really enjoyed my stay. Thank you Sandra and Ricardo for a memorable stay.
Los Milagros Hotel, A Real Treat.
We arrived In Cabo San Lucas 04/04 without a reservation and were fortunate to find this oasis of hospitality and warmth. Los Milagros, a small inn in the heart of Cabo, features a colorful courtyard garden setting. The innkeeper, Sondra, a transplanted New Yorker was a great host. Her sense of humor, graciousness and friendly manner encouraged converstion among guests, resulting in group dinners in Sondra's favorite out of the way places. Our 5 night stay became a 9 night stay when we returned from La Paz because our experience was comfortable, relaxing and fun.
Jewel of the non-resort hotels
If you're looking for a nice, quite place to stay (non-mega-resort) that is central to Cabo, then this is the place! It's a small hotel with a charming courtyard. Has a small pool and is built along the ridge of a hill overlooking downtown and the nearby mountains. Very reasonable (US$65) considering the very nice accomodations, excellent location and pleasant staff. Some of the rooms are larger and have kitchenetts. It's really a jewel!
Great trip to Cabo
Had the pleasure of staying at the Los Milagros 2 years ago. What a great little inn!
Not much to look at from the street - but once you get inside the steel gates you've reached a little piece of Mexican paradise!
Quaint rooms, quite romantic. A gorgeous pool & garden area. The small pool with the subtle lighting made for a very nice (and romantic) skinny dip after a late night of tequila shots throughout the city.
Convenient to downtown, places to eat and of course party!
If you like small little inns without all the bells & whistles of large resorts.... check this place out!
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