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The most beautiful five-star resort and worth the extra trouble to get to this location. (We traveled on Alaska Air). The area is still being developed and has a STUNNING gold course. Note: the resort does have you trapped for food/drink service and we thought...More
Upon arrival at the Villa del Palmar, we were greeted with "welcome to paradise" - in hindsight this was laughable and couldn't have been further from the truth. The place is pretentious and the service sucks. The woman who checked us in was awful, the...More
We visited this resort with another couple.
The ground are beautiful and give to a more desert escape.
Pools are basic and smaller.
Beach provide a beautiful view of the dark ocean and desert mountains. The sand is more a grain/rocky texture....More
The services of this resort it is just, simply, outstanding and excellent. Thumbs up for "Jair" at Casa Mia and "Rafael" at the breakfast buffet. Their service was great. But in all, all personnel is great.
Why not 5 stars?" They do not have WIFI...More
I am an elite member and after 2 days of this gem we decided to upgrade our membership.
Truly magnificent setting, nestled in the mountains on Dazante Bay.
Professional staff is polite and attentive. Kudos to Tina & Samantha of the concierge staff, Manuel &...More
breakfast,lunch, dinner January is cine of cold to swim water will be to call , we went at June and water was to cold be cause is a bay between mountains. the ocean is about 1/12 driving from the resort is nice beach.
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One more thing. You don't say how old your daughter is but just beware if you go to Cabo they have what they call sneaker waves. They just randomly will all the sudden come way up on the beach and take out everything and... More
One more thing. You don't say how old your daughter is but just beware if you go to Cabo they have what they call sneaker waves. They just randomly will all the sudden come way up on the beach and take out everything and everyone in their path. Be careful if you are not good swimmers. One day we watched it tumble person after person that was just chilling there unaware at the beach. They will come all the way up almost to the resort wall sometimes. Also one more thing about Flamingos. The waves there sometimes will make thundering crashing sounds. It's sooooooo cool!!
there is not others places close to eat F you not a big eater don't pay the exclusive.be cause f you go to town for the day and eat there n you don't eat and the resort they still charge you for that day.