Looking for a place to stay in San Jose del Cabo? Then look no further than The Grand Mayan at Vidanta Los Cabos, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of San Jose del Cabo to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a kitchenette, and The Grand Mayan at Vidanta Los Cabos makes getting online easy as free internet access is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including room service and a concierge. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge during their visit.
Close to some of San Jose del Cabo's most popular landmarks, such as Plaza Mijares (1.1 mi) and Tanya Talamante Art School (1.1 mi), The Grand Mayan Los Cabos Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Travellers looking to enjoy some shrimp can head to La Lupita Taco & Mezcal, El Toro Guero, or Taqueria Rossy. Otherwise, you may want to check out a steakhouse such as Barrio de Tango, La Vaca Tinta, or Seared.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Flora Farm (1.0 mi), San Jose del Cabo main square (1.1 mi), or San Jose del Cabo Church (1.0 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at The Grand Mayan at Vidanta Los Cabos as you experience everything San Jose del Cabo has to offer.
Had high hopes for this five star hotel. This was a long awaited family vacation. Upon arrival, we were greeted with a beautiful grand entrance and from that point on, it felt like this was going to be a great experience, it wasn’t. So many things piled up into a very uninviting stay. The staff are, for the most part, friendly, but the amenities are run down and are in terrible shape. Tiles in the pool are missing, water is freezing, hot tubs are “kiddie pool” they say, because the jets aren’t working. We were roaming the facilities around 11pm trying to find something to do, when we found an outdoor bar area with a ping pong table and beat up shuffle board. We engaged in one round of games when a staff told us the bar was closed and shut the lights on us. He could have waited on us to walk away safely where there were some lights on the pathways, but he shut the lights on us as we were walking out. Granted, if we were refusing to leave, perhaps it’s understandable that lights might be shut on us. Our room has a balcony and on the balcony, a cold soaking tub. It’s freezing and not something you would stay in particularly in 80 degree weather, so it’s not user friendly. The rating for this place is still pretty high, but you can expect this to change drastically. This is not a place for middle age and below. This place shuts down at 10pm and the nearest activities are about 20 minutes away (roughly $40-$45 ride into Cabo San Lucas, one way). We still have 2 more days on our seven night stay and I’m regretting being here for that much longer. This is not a resort, it’s crap! We will never return to this resort. One thing I do recommend is going to Down town on Thursday evening for this art fare. It was pretty neat, and Latino 8 across the street has some delicious all you can eat tocos for 380 pesos.…
We did a timeshare presentation and everything was misrepresented. We we’re suppose to receive a FREE WEEK at the Grand Mayan at Vidanta Cabo’s . Instead it was a $500. Certificate for one week at another Vidanta property. We argued for over 30 minutes, spoke to several “manager’s “ with NO SATISFACTION. Everything was misrepresented….there was never a free week and NO $300.00 as promised. They are a bunch of crooks there that kept us captive for almost 5 hours until we were so fed up we just left. This was a very HIGH PRESSURE sales pitch everyone should avoid at all costs. There representatives will promise you anything just so they get their commission and get you to their presentation and then after almost five hours they don’t deliver what was promised.
We are very grateful to the reception staff for letting us switch rooms as well as for providing a surprise birthday celebration for my mother. The service was great and we were always attended to. Won’t ever forget the experience!
Staff are very helpful and polite. We had reserved a celebrity lux suite but when we arrived they did not have one available. We were in a regular grand Mayan Suite. We did have an ocean view and were compensated for the nites that were not in the unit that we paid for. People that come here and are below level 4 will not have views. I’m not sure that the Jungle Landscaping that is at the other Vidanta Properties works in the Desert. The regular Grand Mayan units need updating. They are very drab and the art has nothing to do with the desert or the sea. The lux units are bright and nicely appointed. The kitchen could do with some bowls with covers for food storage or mixing. Similar priced units elsewhere have better appointed Kitchens. Priscilla was very helpful in correcting the reservation issues. The breakfast buffet was very good. I did not find the food on the beach to be as good as expected. Their pizzas however are very good. The owners update was helpful.…
We have traveled to the Grand Mayan, along with my sister at least 10-12 times. We have always had a fantastic room with fantastic service. Today, my sister and friends are on their long awaited trip and even got out of their COVID comfort zone to go. No one has been ANYWHERE for almost 2 years! Upon arrival to the Grand Mayan they noticed the staff had torn uniforms. The room is not an ocean view but a view of a jungle. As Grand Lux status they were promised Oceanview. The hotel is only about 10% full yet the hotel will not step up and recognize their Grand Lux status and move them to a decent room. Beware if you are going! The once outstanding service, lead by management is barely hanging on! I HOPE they see this and rectify the mistake immediately!