Wyndham Cabo San Lucas Resort

Address: Blvd. Marina Lotes 9 y 10, Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Baja California, 23410, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Blvd. Marina Lotes 9 y 10, 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 Wyndham Cabo San Lucas Resort

      Hard beds, noisy all nite, but is very close to the action!

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      The Plaza Las Glorias is a nice hotel at first. The beds are hard, very hard. I stayed at a hotel across street also for only $40 per nite and the beds were heaven. But Plaza has an OK pool. Watch out when talking to front desk, they get mean and sarcastic after you stayed there and are leaving. I guess they don't need your money anymore. Silly, silly people! Plaza is a very short walk ( 1-3 blks) to Sammys place, giggling Marlin, and all the action down town. Watch out for wait staff thrusting jello shots at you that you think is free then they charge your party OH, $45 or $5 bucks per. ouch. We said NO and gave them a tip.

      Very Convenient

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      I own a time share at the Plaza and have stayed there since 1992. I have had large luxurious rooms and smaller rooms. But, the rooms have always been clean and the staff friendly. I enjoy staying here because it is in close proximity to everything. I prefer not to rent a car in Mexico because I don't want to have to deal with their crazy driving.

      In August, my son and I exchanged my time share and were given a 2 bedroom suite which actually consisted of 3 rooms all with balconies.

      It was awesome.

      Sure the walk is long when you're down at the end, but hey, most of what people do in Cabo is walk, so it's not that big a deal.

      You usually don't go to Cabo to stay in your room, so what does it matter if it's not the Ritz. If you're looking for a fancy place, this isn't it. But it's good for hanging out on the balcony watching the sunrise and enjoying watching the locals below.

      The only time I had problem with noise was when our room was located above the new salsa bar just west of the lighthouse restaurant. Other than that, it's always been tolerable.

      Great Hotel

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      I am surprised to read so many negative reviews as I have stayed at this hotel twice (2003 and previously in 1997) and found it and the staff to be very nice and the vacation enjoyable.

      I was dissapointed to learn that we were not informed at check-in either time we stayed here about the free shuttle to Medano Beach.

      The room we stayed in was clean, the maid service was efficient and we did have some complimentary bottled water but there were other bottles and items in the refrigerator that were clearly marked that if you consumed, you would pay. I feel the reviews balking this are unfair as this is standard in most hotels nowadays.

      Overall, I would rate this hotel on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the best an 8. The room was nice, the restaurant food was excellent and it is within walking distance to the Marina and all other attractions. It was a great deal.

      Never Again

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      Beds hard as a rock, ants on my toothbrush, people yelling all night long. If your in cabo to get drunk everyday, and pass out on the floor this is the place for you. If your an airline pilot looking for rest, or bringing your family to have fun, stay far away! Watch out for extra LARGE charges after you leave that keep coming.

      Buyer Beware!

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      My family and I just came home after five days in Cabo, and we will NEVER stay at Plaza Las Glorias again. It was incredibly noisy every night until 4:00 or 5:00 a.m. (spring break punks), and the hotel management did absolutely nothing to quiet them down. Then, during the day, the worst of 70's rock&roll was blasted poolside. When we complained, the managment just shrugged their shoulders... If you like to drink all night long and scream until you are hoarse - this is the place for you and you'll have plenty of company! Also, bring plenty of money. You are charged for EVERYTHING in your room - coffee, water, maid service. Check your bill carefully! Skip the hotel restaurant, unless you have no taste buds and a big fat wallet. The only deal was the $1.00 tacos by the pool at lunch.One positive experience was dinner at Puerto Viejo, which is ironically on the same property but owned by someone else (Thank God). Very delicious and reasonable; we recommend it highly.We booked this vacation through SunTrips, and our flight was TEN HOURS LATE. Our compensation was $10.00 worth of breakfast and lunch food at the airport cafeteria. We will not be booking vacations through SunTrips as well. Although we liked Cabo, it was a relief to get back to REASONABLY priced Monterey.

      Glorias Marina

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      Plaza Las Glorias is right on the marina in Los Cabos, Mx. Whale watching, dinner cruises and a wide variety of deep sea fishing boats, water taxis and other water craft were available all day within easy walking distances. No beach on site but the property offered a free shuttle to Medano Beach. The accomodations included a queen bed and mini kitchen with a microwave. Purified water is used throughout the property. The rooms were clean and comfortable with a dining area as well as space around the bed. The balcony offered a beautiful view of the luxury yachts at the marina.

      Next time, we'll stay somewhere else

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      Stayed at PLG first week of March 03, and found that overall it was disappointing -- it's generally run down and the rooms are about what you would expect in the states for $30 a night -- bare light bulbs, less than clean, slow/non-flowing drains, etc. Really in need of a face-lift and some cleaning. The location is close to town, which is great for going to clubs or to eat, but the trade-off is that you are in a marina and need to catch a shuttle to even see a beach. The hotel staff was generally pleasent, but be careful of anything that is in your room; bottles of water, coffe, etc -- they will surprise you with a charge for it when you checkout! Bottom line, if you are 18 and want to party every night and don't care where you sleep, probably ok if you can get it cheap, otherwise you will probably wished you had stayed elsewhere.

      The Time of My life

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      Plaza Las Glorias was the site of the greatest collection of frat guys experiencing the pleasures of Spring Break. They allowed us to party till the brink of dawn with very well endowed local women. Plaza Las Glorias creeated a verry romantic backdrop for the many spring break experiences that me and my friends had. If you want to let lose, PLG is the place.

      Horrible Experience

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      I was so looking forward to a quick escape. The Plaza "Not So" Glorious nearly ruined my vacation.

      The room was a studio size. I was contantly bumping into my travel companion.

      I asked repeatedly for a carafe for the coffee maker. No luck there. I played musical cups with the coffee cups. This wasn't a problem until I accidently spilled the coffee on the floor and used one of the towels to clean it up. After spending the day on the beach and returning to our dirty room, again no problem, we were greeting with a note slipped under the door directing us to report to the front desk. After reporting to the front desk, we were informed they would be charging us for the cleaning of the towel. I inquired as to the cost, and the clerk paused a few seconds and blurted out, "oh, ten dolla". I was appalled. I took the towel and informed the clerk I would bleach it myself.

      After much pleading, we were finally able to speak to the general manager. We expressed our displeasure and he apologized profusely. We were moved to a much nicer room and the staff cleaned the towel, free of charge.

      The pool is tiny, tiny, tiny. If you would like to spend anytime on the beach, you will need to take a shuttle boat. There are no grounds to admire. The hotel is in the middle of the Marina.

      The only plus to staying at this awful place is that it's close to town. Should I ever return, I will elect to stay at a "real" hotel and taxi into town.

      Great Location, But Beware

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      I recently stayed at the Plaza Las Glorias in Cabo San Lucas. The location is right on the marina and within walking distance to most of the major restaurants. My only complaint is that this place is vast, and if you get a room far (and I mean far) from the hotel entrance be prepared for a very extensive walk everytime you leave your room. The emergency stairways were useless because the gates were locked at the exits and after several complaints to the front desk we were told they could do nothing and suggested we "write the management" regarding the problem.

      In all fairness, the rooms at Plaza Las Glorias seemed to be well kept, were not luxurious but charming in an "old Mexico" style. They also had beautiful views out over the marina. Be careful where they place you if you are not prepared to walk long distances.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Wyndham Cabo San Lucas Resort

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Cabo San Lucas

      Full sails and tall tales

      A travel blog entry by garrynjan on Jun 10, 2014

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... a hand painted Harley Davidson motorbike centre stage of shop) ,with great views over the Kentucky river . Bungee jumping is done above the river from the old railwaybridge that runs alongside the highway. Garry had his eye on a boubon liquor called Honey Boubon, so after a tasting, which I also enjoyed,we purchased a bottle to bring home to NZ ( Hopefully we can resist it until then ).

      Our final day in Lexington, KY and ...

      Cabo Sublime Lucas

      A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Mar 08, 2014

      10 photos

      ... and sofas. Tile floors cool your feet but be careful if you've come from the spa or pool as the footing is slippery when wet.

      Beyond is the terrace where a round table for six is on your left and wicker furniture for six more is on your right. To reach the terrace, sliding glass doors spanning, by my estimate, just under thirty feet, disappear into the wall to make the house and the yard one space. A large flat screen TV (one of many) ...

      Cabo Makes Me Loco

      A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Nov 29, 2013

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... not drink to excess often and have been “drunk” precious few time since college. Of the four or so times I have been drunk, the majority of them have been in Cabo at The Office. I met Edith while I was here and she is a delight, providing jobs for many people here.

      Friends are aboard ship and ashore if you care to make them; you just have to shop. I am excited to leave with friends rather than black diamonds. They last longer.


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      Time to check out the town

      A travel blog entry by dcdave100 on May 11, 2013

      2 photos

      ... out the door. I immediately got hassled be vender's on the beach looking to sell me, more or less, anything I wanted. After twenty minutes of haggling I ended up with a silver neck-less. Now is it real "silver"? Probably not. As long as it does not turn my neck green I will consider it a win. I turned to the west and headed toward Cabo, or at least to where the marina was located. As I walked the beach I came across more hotel "compounds" that ...

      A Whale of a Time in Cabo

      A travel blog entry by peter.zgeb on Feb 05, 2013

      21 photos

      ... we managed to capture three or four good photos, which is three or four more than the gentleman beside us caught with his digital SLR camera equipped with a huge telephoto lens. Every time a whale appeared, by the time he managed to set up his shot, the whale was gone. Sometimes, the simple things are best.
      After whale watching, we spent a few minutes exploring the sites and sounds around the pier in Cabo. We visited a small handicraft market which was ...

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