Royal Solaris Los Cabos
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After 3 days of activities, Dec 24th was a rest day for all of us. The resort also had Christmas celebrations and activities for the kids. We spent the morning & noon at the pool & beach. Some very good pictures of the white sand captured during our morning visit to the beach.
The resort had 2 specialty restaurants for dinner that …
We booked the Lands' End Adventure tour again with the Rancho Tours Company. The tour guide picked us sharp at 9 AM from the resort and the total drive time was around 45 mins. We drove to the Cabo San Lucas Medana Bay area and boarded a private boat arranged specifically for our group along with a captain who was our guide. The captain (Mr.Simone …
We wanted to do the City tour today and heard lot of great things about La Paz. We thought about renting a car but came to know that the resort provided a city tour to these places and found that as a better option especially being new to the country & considering safety as well.
La Paz & Todas Santos were the 2 major cities of our …
This was a special day of the decade – the most talked & hyped about the end of the world as per Mayan Calendar. I was indeed curious about this day mainly because we were in Mexico. I woke up in the morning and realized that I was still alive:-). The weather was awesome and enjoyed the breakfast seated outside the porch with the beauty …
We wanted to keep the day very light and spend most of the day at the resort. Started the day with a very good breakfast and they have many varieties available for both vegetarian & non-vegetarian. Vegetable Omlette & oatmeal were my favorites in today's menu and plenty of choices for fruit juices.
After the breakfast, we took a …
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Historical Traveler Reviews Royal Solaris Los Cabos San Jose Del Cabo
We have vacationed in Hawaii, St. Maarten, Barbados, Florida, Las Vegas as well as Banff, Lake Louise etc. and this is the best all-inclusive vacation we have had. We just returned from 2 weeks booked last minute. Don't let the negative reviews taint your anticipation of a great vacation. Some people must enjoy complaining, the hotel was wonderful. We were impressed by the sincerity of the staff and their dedication to providing exceptional service. Our room was always done with attention generally reserved for a honeymoon suite. The entertainment team were talented and loads of fun around the pool and during the very professional evening theatre performances. The liquor is definitely NOT watered down. Ask for doubles for one day and see how your head feels the next day! The facility is breathtaking, traditional Spanish decor, 2 storey stone archways surround the terrace and walkways. A la carte restaurants feature exceptional presentation and buffet dinners are often served by the pool overlooking miles of beach and the Sea of Cortez at sunset. We saw whales, manarays, blow fish, etc., from the beach in front of the hotel. An inexpensive and safe shuttle from the hotel took us to the San Lucas marina. Spectacular, easily as distinctive as Marigot, St. Maarten. The weather was sunny and hot everyday. A top quality vacation, we hated to leave and will return next year!
Great holiday, hotel quite accomodating, good restaurants, entertainment, kids club with Dora! Clean gardens and grounds, lot's of food and drinks, new terraza restaurant opened overlooking the sea of cortez, beautiful! no complaints!
Be careful with your credit card
It was great until they charged my credit card $140.00 for spa charges that someone else must have charged to our room. We were told the charges were dropped at check out. Two calls through Expedia have not resolved the problem. After both calls I was promised a call back within the hour by the hotel staff. Still no response. Be careful with your credit card with this hotel. Since I had no charges, I asked and received the stamped orginal with carbon copies from Check-in and they still charged my account.
Royal Solaris Cabo San Jose Dec Vacation
Just returned from a week at Royal Solaris, the staff treated us royally. every thing they could do to make our stay enjoyable. The entertainment staff always making us laugh. Our room was impecable, on the end overlooking the ocean. The Marco Polo, Panchos, Rosamarnarius resturants delicious, excellent service. Love the omlettes for breakfast.
This why we are owners!
Not impressed. That's not to say it was all bad, but there is a lot of room for improvement. Not comparable to a five star hotel in the U.S.
the main pool opened the 2nd day there and that did make a big difference. food was very good esp. Rosemaries which had roasted turkey, pork loin. remember this is mexican food at panchos not tex-mex. everything was first class the only draw back and I'm being picky was the a/c in the rooms didn't exactly get very cool till late but it was in the 90's everyday. we were ther 6Oct-11Oct 2002
Things at the Royal Solaris Hotel have greatly improved since the last two reviews were written.
This is not a five star resort. My friend and I stayed at the Royal Solaris last week and were very disapointed. The all-inclusive resort is on its way out and is failing under poor managment.