Chileno Bay Resort & Residences in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
A new, modern luxury experience to Los Cabos: Chileno Bay Resort & Residences is set on a protected cove with pristine reefs and tranquil waters. Its clean, contemporary design, exceptional service and premier location in Cabo San Lucas makes the resort more memorable than ever. Enjoy a private vacation home with world-class resort amenities and services, a picture-perfect beach and a fresh local-inspired restaurant.
These superbly appointed residences offer a luxury home experience for families and groups seeking spacious multi-bedroom accommodations, exceptional gathering spaces and well appointed touches throughout. Chileno Bay Resort's signature restaurant - Comal - features an iconic oceanfront bar and a menu inspired by the flavors of Latin America. Enjoy open-air seating on a series of terraces that meander down toward the ocean where you can cozy up by one of the warm fire pits, which is the perfect setting to enjoy the moonlit Sea of Cortez.
Location of Chileno Bay Resort & Residences
Nearest Airport: SJD
Amenities for Chileno Bay Resort & Residences
- Waterfront Dining
- On-Site Amenities
- Outdoor Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Satellite Television
- Outdoor Showers
- Private Terraces
- Scuba Diving
- Boat Excursions
- Golf Lessons
- Wildlife Viewing
- Wellness Programs
- Water Sports Programs
- Kids Club
- Teen Club
- Active & Adventure
Reviews for Chileno Bay Resort & Residences
This resort is just very special. Every tiny detail was impeccable and unique. What really stands out, which we all know is the most important, is the service. The staff are amazing and so incredibly personable and friendly! They are so proud too. I could have become best friends with all of them! Pedro at TnT, and Jesus and Guillermo in Comal. The pool service was also great. I got a little bit sunburnt the day I arrived and one of them got me some aloe cubes, which were a life saver. The food is out of this world. I was able to try every single taco at TnT and they were all amazing. The huevos rancheros were by far the best I've ever had, and the blue corn sope with the duck carnitas appetizer was one of the best things I've ever eaten in my life. All the food and cocktails were truly top notch. The Auberge Spa was also a highlight. My massage was perfection and the facilities are really beautiful. Last but not least, the rooms are gorgeous and spacious. Two words: OUTDOOR SHOWER.
hjohnson007 - New York City, New York
What do you get when you combine breathtaking view, exquisite cuisine, delightful live music and professional staff?? Chileno Bay Resort!!! We had Sunday brunch there and I tell you, the whole experience was amazing! From the moment we walked in, they made us feel like we just arrived home. Everything was just perfect! This time of year it's a little hot for alcohol for me, so I had a virgin berry mojito. That's my new favorite drink now š
KozyKabo - San Jose del Cabo, Mexico
Just got back from a trip to CB in July 2017. We have stayed at many Cabo resorts and most of the five star options. At this point Chileno is not quite up to the standards of Palmilla, LVP, Pedregal or Esperanza but it's a nice, large property, good location and we shall see as they get more of it online. We had a very good rate and it was worth that price. Will do the breakdown of various areas: Room: Our original room was a "pool view" which was a very nice room but on the lower floor and hubby likes upstairs so we relocated to a room that was in the second row of buildings with some ocean view. Not sure the category, was same basic plan as pool room but I thought it was not as nicely furnished as far as the color scheme went and the view had a lot of building in the way. It was also accessed through a courtyard by the reception area and this was very spartan and basic. Not very pleasing to walk through. Room itself was large, nice bathroom, outdoor shower, comfortable bed, great AC, quiet. Blackout shades had some gaps so was a little bright in the am. Nice to have fridge stocked with sodas, etc.) Pool area: All and all it is a large pool with many loungers, umbrellas, etc. water temp was perfect. The pool is long and narrow with the part furthest from the ocean being the "kids" middle part was "family" and ocean front area was the "adult" pool. There were not many guests when we were there. Seems like it may be a little tough to really have much separation of these areas. Loungers were comfy, towels plush, staff plentiful but not quite at the training level of the very high end resorts. You had to work to get their attention on occasion. There is a text messaging system but when I tried to use it the text was bounced back. Probably needs to be written out for US guests vs. others to get it to work properly. Pool restaurant/bar is nice but closes at 6:00 which is way to early. Wanted a sunset drink and appetizer but that was not an option, should probably keep that open later as it's right on the beach and of course should be a sunset option! One day there was a photoshoot of the Travelocity gnome which took over the entire area at the infinity edge of the pool with pop ups, screens, lights, crew (like 20 people to shoot a garden gnome) and they also took over a large portion of the restaurant with equipment and personnel. Staff was distracted, view was ruined. Then a private party took over the spot and so view was a bust for the whole day. Things like this may benefit the hotel but they were not a benefit to the paying guests and management should have compensated guests somehow. Restaurants: Only two were open, I believe more are planned. Comal serves breakfast and dinner. Had a great short rib, fairly good mixed grill, very good salads. Breakfast had a nice menu and a lot of options but it was so hot I could barely stand to sit there. Need to figure out how to shade tables more adequately and get the air conditioned indoor space ready. Staff was very nice at Comal, especially Luis. They have a free shuttle to the Esperanza for dinner and that's a nice option. Their restaurants are all excellent and have beautiful views off the cliff. Gym: Very large and well appointed. View of the ocean, cold AC, probably the best one of the resorts I've used. Spa: Didn't go. Beach: Waves were very large when we were there and most equipment was not being loaned out but will be great on days with less surf to use the canoes, paddles boards, etc. There are two beach areas. One is totally private as rocks block non hotel guests from access but waves are bigger. The area with the sports equipment and "beach club" is on the public beach which was somewhat crowded with local beach goers and it was not even the weekend when we were there. All in all, would say this to compare CB to other high end resorts: Not at the level of Palmilla, LVP, Esperanza or Pedregal (and also a lot less expensive) but would say the property, pool and rooms are nicer than The Cape though restaurants/bars better at Cape.
Igetaroundconb - Southern california
My husband and I along with another couple just spent 4 nights and 5 days at this beautiful resort! The property is absolutely breathtaking, the food is fresh and absolutely delicious and the service was impeccable! Not only are the rooms gorgeous and extremely spacious but the views (whether garden view or ocean view) are insanely gorgeous! If you're looking for a five-star experience, this is definitely the place. The staff was super friendly and took exceptional care of us! I want to send a special thank you to Estefania and Dulce (at the front desk), Richie, Issac, Eiberto and Emilio (pool and beach staff). You guys went above and beyond and were so accommodating! I would definitely recommend Chileno Bay to anyone wanting an incredible and memorable vacation in Cabo! Our only regret was that we didn't stay longer!
csimm0ns - Houston, Texas
Service was outstanding Property was safe Food and drinks were not only unique but beyond delicious You were in Mexico but experienced 5 star US standards. Pools were spectacular We stayed in a 3 room villa for 2 adults / 2 children but could have accommodated 2-4 more persons easily. The best part of the resort was H2O. Paddle board kayaking snorkeling in the pristine Chileno Bay.