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Marquis Los Cabos in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

Imagine the shimmering beauty of Baja, Mexico, gentle waves caressing golden sand beaches, and open your eyes to the natural beauty and modern elegance of Marquis Los Cabos. On the tip of the Baja Peninsula, where the Pacific meets the Sea of Cortes, this fabulous, Unlimited-Luxury® all-suite resort invites you to live and play in the lap of luxury. Stunning rooms are bright and spacious, one whole wall opening to the outdoors, creating a soothing and flowing space that brings the tranquility of the beach right to you. Plush king sized beds or two double beds wrap you in comfort each night, while stylish bathrooms offer enticing hydro-massage tubs, and all the modern entertainment options are available for your enjoyment. Step out onto your expansive private and furnished balcony and stretch out as you gaze out over sweeping views of the coast, sinking into complete relaxation. At Marquis Los Cabos, enjoy each exciting day and peaceful night to the fullest.

In the early morning, as the sun is still warming the shore, venture out for a full day of exciting deep sea sport fishing in one of the most abundant fishing spots around the globe. For a more personal look at the vibrant sealife of the Pacific and Sea of Cortes, enjoy a fabulous snorkeling and diving adventure to stunning reefs, coves, and drop-offs just off the coast. In the afternoon stretch out on the beach and enjoy the warm sun, or make your way to a number of championship golf courses for a wonderful round. Get your adrenaline pumping with an exciting ATV ride through the nearby sand dunes of the Los Cabos Desert, then return to the resort to pamper yourself and unwind at the spa by Pavonia. Later that night, after relaxing with friends and cocktails, watching the sun set over the shore, sit down to the perfect evening meal. Enjoy the abundant catches of the sea at Dos Mares, or fine French cuisine at Canto del Mar. Or venture outside of the resort with the Sip, Savor & See Dining Experience, which provides guests with the opportunity to sample the cuisine at nearby participating resort restaurants. With your stay at Marquis Los Cabos, discover the true wonder and beauty of Baja as you sink into the relaxing escape you were searching for.

Location of Marquis Los Cabos

Marquis Los Cabos
Km 21.5 Carretera Transpeninsular-Fraccionamiento Cabo Real
CP 23400
San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

Nearest Airport: SJD

Amenities for Marquis Los Cabos

  • General Information
  • 235 Suites
  • Adults Only
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Cafe
  • Bar & Lounge
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Laundry Service
  • Gift Shop
  • Fitness Center
  • Theme Nights
  • Live Entertainment
  • Art Collection
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • In-Room Spa Services
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Whirlpool Bathtubs
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Private Pools
  • Activities
  • Cooking Classes
  • Excursions
  • Fishing
  • Wine Tasting
  • Pilates
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Yoga
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Whale Watching
  • Yachting
  • Archery
  • Dance Lessons
  • Aqua Fitness
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • All Inclusive
  • Beach
  • Cool Pools
  • Golf
  • Honeymoons & Romance
  • Hotels
  • Spa & Wellness
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Marquis Los Cabos

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

The resort is beautiful scenery and rooms are large and beds are comfortable! Service by the majority of the staff was impeccable! We do want to state that breakfast every morning at the Vista Ballenas was always made personable by our beautiful and sweet hostess, Adriana! Their wait staff did their best every morning to make your day start out perfectly! The other restaurants, Italian and Japanese Steak house were also wonderful! Burgers by the pool were always enjoyed! My only cons: were there was no liquor in the rooms like most all inclusive's we have stayed at. And no hot tubs except in the spa which you need to pay per use. Also, do not plan to make this your party place!! It is adults only and nightlife shuts down at 11:00 pm

Jlady86 - Macomb, Michigan


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We spent 5 days at this resort. We have travelled to more than 15 different all inclusive resorts in Mexico. All at a minimum of 4 star. This resort was terrible. We ended up having to take a taxi to the Hilton next door in order to eat dinner two of the nights. 1. They are building a resort next door and the construction noise is all day and night. While we appreciate that this is isn’t the Marquis fault, there should be some mention of this and possibly a discount offered. 2. They are EXTREMELY under staffed. You cannot get served and they do NOT have a bar to get your own drinks. 3. They do not have enough restaurants. This is not just a complaint about variety but you could not eat dinner without a minimum of an hour wait no matter what time you went. And the food is terrible. 4. The pools are freezing. No one is in them even on the hottest days. Freezing. I am not one to write reviews but had someone informed me I would have skipped it. There are so many great places that to finally spend the time and money on this resort would be an extreme disappointment.

coleymaxie - Calgary, Canada


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

First - I hate to be the person to complain about a nice hotel but here's what they fail to warn you before you book. On the west side of the property, there is major construction going on next door. We had two ocean front rooms on the far side and every morning, we were woken up by beeping trucks, cranes, and drilling. This wasn't just week days, we were only there Saturday and Sunday. We called and emailed to complain and request to move to another room and they simply told us no, there were no rooms available. this is an extremely dishonest way of doing business. If they were transparent on their website and explained there is construction, we would have had a choice. But their lack of transparency then lack of taking any action after we complained is unacceptable. They don't mention there is construction because they know you would never book. Their strategy is to get you down here then you have no choice after you realize you are sleeping next to a jack hammer. We came here to relax and enjoy a nice weekend. Because of these issues, we were not able to. Don't stay here - go next door to the Hilton or any of the other dozen of hotels around.

Brett S - Coco, Guanacaste, Costa Rica


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

We checked into the Marquis for 8 days. We came just for the sun and the fact that this resort is outside of Cabo proper did not bother us as we had been to Cabo before. This resort is closer to the airport and the closest resort to it is the Hilton on the west with construction going on just east of the property. That has been a resent question but while we heard some noise in the week we stayed it was not often or bothered us. There will be phases but now it was drilling with an ager and then inserting preformed concrete piers. I was in the pool right near it and it was not an issue for me. Check in Check in is quick and painless. The property while not small is condensed enough that you quickly figure out where to eat when. Check out This also went fast with no surprises. The only issue we was the day before when all of our room keys cards would not work. We had to go went from the pool to the lobby and get them reactivated. The cards just tap on the door locks. Not sure what happen and not a huge deal but an inconvenience. Rooms All rooms face the ocean. We opted for nothing special. The room was typical size for where we stay. We liked that there were no step down areas which we have run across before. The cabinets are very plentiful. I only wish we had that storage on a cruise ship. The doors are dark. There is a balcony that is large enough to sit on as well as a small sofa and writing table. The bed was a queen with a firm mattress that we prefer. The bathroom had a whirlpool tube that is large enough for two as well as double sinks. The shower is good size and had a bench. My issue here was it was did not have a handheld shower head which made siting on the bench pointless to me. It was a bit dated as was the room but still clean other than the sloppy caulking job on the glass panel that separated the shower from the toilet area. It is frosted glass. Both the shower door and water closet have frosted glass doors. The toilet uses the pressurized system and the bowl does not wash well so any paper in the front part will stay there. All was fine to deal with but a handheld shower would be nice. Food: What is different here is there is no wrist band. There is a key person named Adriana who is the Hostess at the main restaurant. The first day she asks your room number and then you are in her memory From then on she will recognize you by name write you name of a small piece of paper and give it to your service who will then call you by name. It is quite impressive All meals are ala cart with the option of a breakfast buffet. The buffet varied slightly. I have seen much larger buffet displays but then more people there in your way also. This is the Vista Ballenas which also serves an more international lunch and Mexican dinner. We also ate at the Asian and Italian Restaurants. The Italian place is a Pergola outside and is the more casual of the two but offer a brick pizza oven. There also is a pool snack area which is more like an additional restaurant to me. Mexican based lunches that are more than a snack. If you eat at Sake, the Asian restaurant, I found that the teriyaki chicken is on a bed of mashed potatoes. Odd but you order rice as an side so no harm but just odd. The fried ice cream is great though. We did not try the French Restaurant. There is also a small coffee/ice cream/ pastry place on the way to the pool where you can also borrow a book to read during your stay. Pool/Ocean There are three pools with two being long but not what I would call wide at all but it makes for a long infinity pool which they both are. The other pool is what would be called the bar pool. The good part is the water is kept clean by a process that does not involve large amounts of chlorine as I never got hazy eyes. We spent all of our time in the larger pool. Be warned that the is water very cool when we where there. Most people did not go in. I found where they had the thermometer and it was at a shallow end and read between 75-80 when I was in. The deeper end you would be in is 3-5 degrees cooler and just be warned it takes 5-10 minutes to feel OK. On the other hand you have a lot of the pool to yourself as most people did not go it while we were there in mid February. Plenty of chairs and you could even get on the beach to be near the surf. Not swimmable which is typical but no cabana rental upcharge there either. General: Service is the key thing. We only had one issue when we twice ordered an apple tart which never came at the pool snack area. The staff is always pleasant and attentive. There were two evening shows we saw, a fire show with BBQ/Grill Buffet and a Mexican night also with a buffet so they do have some. All shows are over at 10PM. They are constantly working in the gardens/lawn or repainting the concrete. in sections. If you are thinking of a Casita with a private plunge pool they looked nice but private means you only can use it as they are visible from the main hotel balconies. If It was me I would install some rooftop privacy screens.

emcman - Portland, Oregon


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Husband and I just needed a relaxing vacation from work to recharge. Marquis was the solution. Service was attentive. Food ranged from average (Sakke) to very good (Canto del Mar). Our favorite was the Yucatan ceviche (a little spicy) from Dos Mares. If you like fine dining, consider reserving a table at Canto del Mar - they only open Mon, Wed, Fri, and Sat, and each seating has 4 tables. Pergola was quite tasty as well, but seating is somewhat limited so make sure to get there early - i.e., shortly after 6PM. The only downside is the hotel construction next door. Would recommend requesting a room away from the noise (north/west side). The large crane and heavy machinery located on the beach to the south/east side of the hotel also made it unsightly, which meant jostling for beach chairs @ the infinity pool on the north/west side. People were already putting out their towels on the beach chairs by 8AM, so if you do care about views/noise, wake up early!

TravFiend - Laguna Beach, California


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