Solmar All Inclusive Resort & Beach Club
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSolmar All Inclusive Resort & Beach Club Cabo San Lucas
An older, quaint hotel. If you're looking for the big, fancy, new resorts in town, this isn't it. Beautiful location right on the beach (though you can't swim here because of the currents), great for those looking for a quiet stay. Very good food at the restaurant (all made to order), though limited selection. We stayed here for only a few nights - a week of all-inclusive here would've gotten boring. Hours for the restaurant and bar are fairly limited, closing early.
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... on an open flamed barbecue by heating butter,' low fat ' sugar (is there such a thing?) ,cream,vanilla ,brandy -flambéed, cooked till caramelised then added halved bananas, and finally chocolate syrup.On us enquiring as to the progress of the soccer game on national TV, ,our entertaining Mexican waiter said ...they are "winning us". We talked with him before setting off in the dark for home - it is very safe here he told ...
... On the ride back we were heading into the wind and the water was spraying all over our clothes and stuff. We saw some whales too but couldn't take pictures with the boat bouncing around so much. By the time we reached the harbor, we were all soaked. The weather had warmed up though and we dried off quickly, except for the salt.
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... by a local tour operator (Cabo Expeditions). Every Saturday in November their staff and volunteers were shuttled to various beaches in Cabo and around Lands End and collected garbage. They also had volunteer scuba divers collect garbage from the ocean bottom, they collected many tires (which are used as bumpers on boats, but wear out and fall off), and they also hauled up an old washing machine.
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... and ready for one of our favorite activities aboard ship, eating. We ate at the ship’s pizzeria. Cooled and refueled, we were able to walk around the decks and view the harbor and shoreline areas of Cabo San Lucas. On the landward side, we could see the port and the many boats that were providing exciting activities for all the tourists ashore. Walking to the other side of the ship revealed Land’s End and Lover’s Beach. Land’s End is a ...