Beautiful beach, fabulous chef
Posted Feb 20, 2017
This place grew on me. Initially I was disappointed that it was nowhere near as "lush, tropical" as the pictures showed, until I realized that all of Baja is desert. It is well designed & maintained, with direct proximity to a great, LONG deserted beach. (During Easter the beach is covered with tents and campers, and at all times there are ATVs) Ones experience here will likely be based upon time of year visited, busier in fishing season. In Feb it is nearly empty, very peaceful, no insects, baby turtles hatching. Most days were good for sunbathing, a few were too windy, but then you can watch the kite surfing. The staff were exceedingly considerate of my elderly mother, and gracious at all times. Food was somewhat limited in choices but unusually well prepared and presented, top flight chef. My bed was hard, my mom said hers was comfortable. The walls are thin, so a different time of year could be noisy. The resort is very good for limited mobility guests, although our room (#49) had a single step up between the beds and the table/entry area (tripping hazard and wheelchair inaccessible). WiFi seemed to be functional only in the restaurant. A few miles north are lots of restaurants, small shops, adequate supermarket. Driving a rental car was easy and safe. We toured some Cabo all-enclusives and decided this little resort is by far better (and cheaper.) Just realize it is 40 years old and adjust expectations. Perfect for us!