Solmar All Inclusive Resort & Beach Club
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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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... galleries displaying handwoven bags, Mexican wall hangings and lovely jewellery, surrounded the plaza, including a lovely boutique hotel 'HOTO_ID_L=san-jose---boutique-hotel.jp g] .We also drove to the 18 hole composite golf course of Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus design- beautiful setting with 3 separate gated residential communities right up in the hills. Amazing what water can do for landscaping when in the desert!!!
... the dry, cacti covered countryside with vultures and frigate birds, a donkey or two, and some wild vegetation. They gave us a very tasty sample of a sweet tamale, burrito and sides at the Hotel California (made famous by the Eagles song). We are in blue and humpback whale, sea lion, dolphin and sea turtle territory now. We saw a huge sea lion leap on to the back step of a boat, wanting to be fed some fish. They obliged but ...
... and looked at the size of it hiding under the hash brown that I realised it wasn’t a minute steak it was a mi-nute steak!!
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The most famous landmark in Cabo is ‘El ...
... some cabana type, some high end. Everyone seemed to have a good time here. The clubs here are pretty popular including Cabo Wabo, Pink Kitty and El Squid Roe. They have no cover to these clubs, but beer costs a fortune in here. Most of these clubs are open air meaning open on the outside with no walls. All of these clubs are more or less right next to each other and I thought it was weird that ...
... the street who is always inviting us to "come see their presentation". As it turns out, Simon, the rep we signed up with was very nice, gave us some background on the property we were going to see and told us what to expect in the presentation.
We made an appointment for Sunday and our "gifts" were, breakfast, $1800 pesos($150CDN), and a pass to the resorts facilities for the week for 2 hrs of our time.
Cabo Villas, the resort we toured is very nice ...