Ratings based on 25 Verified Reviews
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from La Quinta, Ca
Tropical boutique ResortPosted May 2, 2017
Beautiful tropical beach hotel on Medano beach in Cabo San Lucas. Walking distance to everything. 2 pools are amazing with hot tub next to swim up bar. Sushi bar at pool, great restaurant on beach. Food was delicious and reasonable. If you're into wild spring breakers don't go.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Oklahoma City, OK
Great location, setting.Posted Apr 7, 2017
Enjoyed every piece of the Club Cascades experience. From check-in to our time on the property, it was first class.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Classy and Quiet Resort On The BeachPosted Feb 7, 2017
Pros: Very relaxing environment. Food and drink service at the pools and at the beach, lounge chairs and umbrellas (or palapas on the beach) provided.
Cons: Had an issue with insufficient hot water - two visits to the front desk and the maintenance staff repaired the issue. Small leak under kitchen sink.
Location: Restaurant on-site, many beach restaurants within walking distance. Vendors nearby for boating, parasailing, etc. Marina and all amenities nearby.
Second stay at Club Cascadas de Baja, and it was wonderful. This is a classy resort on the quiet end of Medano Beach with swimming pools, an on-site spa, hot tubs, bars at the pools, poolside and beachside table service, an on-site restaurant with beach seating, and impeccably maintained grounds and landscaping. Our guest cabana was fully equipped with a fully-equipped kitchen and separate living and sleeping quarters. No phones or televisions in the villas to interrupt your quiet stay here. A patio table and chairs and a hammock were just outside the door and contributed to a very relaxing environment. Efficient and thorough housekeeping service. Vendors on the beach brought shopping to you but weren't too intrusive. Many beachfront restaurants are very good and within walking distance. Many activities are available on the beach - sailing, whale watching, parasailing, glass-bottom boats, jet skis - even ultralight flights are available nearby. A 20-minute walk brings you to the Cabo San Lucas marina, where world-class fishing, upscale restaurants, and nightclubs are in abundance. Of course you could just stay at the resort and read a novel by the pool or the beach and have drinks and lunch brought to you - that's what we did. A very relaxing stay and recommended for those who enjoy a quiet tropical resort experience.
Nothing missing...Great Service All AroundPosted Jan 5, 2017 on Hotels
I was impressed with the food, atmosphere and prices at the resort.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Very pleasant surprisePosted Dec 30, 2016
Our 1st trip to Cabo and we totally lucked out! Our favorite thing about Cascades is the unusual, utterly charming architectural design and the attention to subtle detail. The grounds are immaculate and you feel like you are in your own private rainforest! The room was spacious and very private- beautiful stone shower- big comfy bed. The beach and grounds are very secure and the staff will provide just about anything you might want (I.e setting up beach lounges with umbrella and table (get to beach EARLY- like 7am to get your spot!)
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from US
Tropical Delight!Posted Nov 7, 2016
Pros: Love, love, love this resort! I have been staying at Club Cascadas for 16 years. I love the location right on Medano beach, the quite tropical gardens and Mexican style architecture of this resort. The staff is lovely and the restaurant right on the beach is very good. Friday nights they have a Mexican Fiesta on the beach with the wonderful singer Luna Itzel performing. End your dinner with a flaming Mexican coffee under the stars, you will not be disappoint. Room Tip-if staying in the main building ask for a room on the second floor as they were just updated & remodeled this year and are beautifully done! It is a great place for families (all the rooms have kitchens) and a quite romantic spot for couples.
Cons: Be warned this is an older property but very charming. If you are looking for party central this hotel is not for you or if you need a TV or phone - there are none in the rooms. They do have a large club house with multiple TV screens and internet/coffee bar with a big screen TV if you need a fix.
Location: Great location on one of the only swimming beaches in Cabo, you also can walk to town.
by A verified traveler
What a Treat!Posted Sep 8, 2016 on Hotels
The staff is EXCELLENT! ESPECIALLY LAURA IN THE SPA SALON AND ERIC SECURITY. But all staff were exceptional!!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
All around great place to stay while in CaboPosted Sep 2, 2016
Second time to stay here and will continue to stay here any time I visit Cabo. The staff was friendly, the food was excellent, the rooms are clean and the AC worked to perfection. Club Cascadas is located just an $8 taxi ride from the marina and near many great restaurants. You can also swim in the ocean, which you can do if you're staying somewhere near the marina, but you can't do at many other locations further away as the waves get to big and the current to strong. Overall, I rate this a 10 out of 10 for the second time in a row.
Posted Apr 26, 2016 on Hotels
by A verified traveler
A room without a viewPosted Dec 29, 2015 on Hotels
Shocked by development in Cabo. The hotel might have been very nice when it was first built, but is now dwarfed by huge surrounding condos, and a very hectic, crowded beach scene. It is nothing like the Cabo we remembered with its open, peaceful beaches. The rroms are spacious with kitchenettes, but we were given a room with a small balcony wth a view that was completely blocked by a large stucco wall - only a foot or two from the railing. It was ridiculous. We couldn't see anything or get any air. The hotel couldn't change the room because we booked through hotels.com, plus Club Cascadas is a time share operated by an outside agency. If you think you want to stay there, make sure you know what kind of room you are getting. The grounds are well maintained and pretty, but very crowded. We left and would never go back there or anywhere in Cabo because of its rampant, destructive overdevelopment.