November 7, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Casa Dorada Los Cabos Resort & Spa in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Casa Dorada Los Cabos Resort and Spa is a premier luxury Los Cabos resort set along the shores of Medano Beach. Guests can relax in spacious all-suite accommodations with premium amenities and be pampered at the resort's decadent spa. A part of the LVX collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, this stylish property brings upscale service and family-friendly features to the Cabo San Lucas oceanfront. Every detail has been well thought out, ensuring that all guests receive the tailored service they deserve.
Stroll down to the beach club and let the Cabo sun work its magic deep into your bones. For an extra boost of relaxation, arrange an agave massage poolside. Return to the resort for seaside dinner with a fiesta vibe.
Location of Casa Dorada Los Cabos Resort & Spa
Nearest Airport: SJD
Amenities for Casa Dorada Los Cabos Resort & Spa
- General Information
- 185 Guest Rooms
- Pet Friendly
- Handicap Accessible Facilities
- 24-Hour Room Service
- Swim-Up Bar
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Complimentary Parking
- Beach Club
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Refrigerators
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Children's Programs
- Historic Sites
Reviews for Casa Dorada Los Cabos Resort & Spa
I am not sure why no one is talking about the non-stop jack hammering at the pool area. This only stops for lunch for 45 minutes; and so they finally transferred us to a new hotel. Monica helped us transfer and she was great, but everyone else at the hotel was no help at the front desk to get information; they obviously did not care about our vacation, which i understand but i just want to say that is how it went. Even when we did transfer hotels they mis-booked the final ride home for us; and we ended up needing to split up and they did cover the extra taxi, but those folks were rushed. It was kind of a rip off deal considering we paid top dollar for Casa Dorada. I would say more like Casa Nada in that no one seemed to care about us during the offseason. The new hotel we got transferred to was GREAT; so we only had 2 days of non-stop jack hammering before we moved
Before I start my little review, I would like to offer my apologies to all the personnel who worked in Casa Dorada and helped us during our stay, for writing this after almost 2 months time has gone by. Sorry guys! We had a really busy time with moving to another state and had no internet for a long time. During this difficult period of my life I had a lot of support from my memories of our last visit to Casa Dorada. We arrived a day late and were greeted with a key to our room prepared the day before. We found in our room a lovely welcoming gift and card which absolutely melted my heart and let me forget about all our packing and moving troubles we had back home. This is our second visit to Casa Dorada. This hotel is getting better every time; spacious, I would even say luxurious rooms, with a very well equipment kitchen, comfortable bed, very good cleaning every day and nice amenities. Hello Mr. Oziel; you are everywhere from very early morning until late evening! I can see your perfectionist approach to all details and for you there is no small or big problem, everything is important. You know a lot of guests by name and I watch how people respect your work and diligent efforts to make this place even better. I hope to see you in this place for many more years to come, making Casa Dorada flourish even better. It makes a big difference when you come to the hotel and see familiar faces who greet you as an old friend. When we went to the beach we were immediately greeted by the lifeguard, Luis, who then helped me going in and out from the water (by the way, Casa Dorada has a wonderful swimmable beach). The same friendliness is true of the waiters on the beach like Martin and a new face, Nadya . Thank you to the concierge for his patience when I asked to our change our reservations to the restaurants numerous times. Well, I probably forgot some names, it should be a long list, but I am looking forward to being back soon and to personally thank everybody for their job, friendliness and hospitality. We always felt safe, pampered and welcomed. Thank you from my husband and me for making our vacation an unforgettable experience.
70elena2016 - Laramie, Wyoming
While spending time on the beach next to Casa Dorado I could not not mention the lifeguard Luis that works at the beach. He was amazing the services that he provides is second to none I felt safe going into the water event thou Cabo's sea could be rough. Thank you Luis.
Eleena G - Studio City, United States
We have been to Casa Dorada several times and have never been disappointed. The staff is always attentive and I have to say that more often than not they pay attention to the tiniest detail. High praise goes to Bismarck Campas our favorite Pool Concierge for keeping the pool area beautiful and well attended and we can't leave out Emilio who is a happy fun loving guy, that always took time to smile and greet us every morning. He was a great sport and played foosball and ping pong with my husband throughout the week and gave us big hugs before we left calling us his friends. The guys at the front door were all extremely friendly and helpful and we had a great time singing to Eduardo for his 30th birthday while his co workers sang along. That makes for a fun time. The only negative of the trip was the jack hammering and huge wall built around the construction area so that it blocked the beautiful view from the pool and the indoor construction sawing and hammering. With all of that racket and disruption our peaceful trip was not to be had this time. I would have thought that management would have come up with something to accomodate but they just walked around and pretended all was as usual. I realize that it's off season and the work has to be done sometime but everyday, all day got old quick. It would have been nice to know before I booked that this was going to be the case, and I would have hated it but probably would have booked elsewhere this trip. They say it will be done by November so those of you going between now and then beware, it is LOUD and there is a wooden wall in front of the pool hiding the beautiful view. I have to say that management is NOT as friendly as their staff is trained to be. They walk around and barely greet their guests and look as if they need a vacation. Maybe the staff are just naturally happy people. At the end of the day when the guests had mostly gone inside or out for the night, my husband and I would sit on our balcony and watch the staff walk around and carry on their business with smiles on their faces as if they are just happy to be, these people put in long hours and still have smiles on their faces when they have no idea someone is watching. I would recommend staying at Casa Dorada but not right now. I will also say that the food is very good at the resort, however, 12 Tribes is beautiful and I understand that their chef is top notch but it's so expensive we chose to eat elsewhere. When it costs $30 US or more per person for barbque night it's too easy to go elsewhere and find great food.
ClydeandLisafromKY - Bowling Green, Kentucky
We were charged $300 night for 4 nights - Added a 5th night and was charged over $700!!! Also was told we could cancel GlobeQuest and get refunded our $500 - well lets just say they lied about this too! Where is my money and the run around we were given on cancelling was so unprofessional!! Highly disappointed as this was supposed to be a nice couples vacation.
shellyd1173 - Houston, Texas