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Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Wake to the bright morning sun rising high over the Baja Peninsula, warming the sparkling waters of the Pacific and the Sea of Cortez, and prepare to enjoy a fabulous day at Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa. On a private stretch of beach, near downtown Cabo San Lucas, this all-suite resort is a scintillating home away from home. Inviting hacienda-style suites are comfortably plush with an simple elegance and relaxed design. Modern amenities ensure your every comfort, while a kitchenette or full kitchen is an added convenience, and deep soaking tubs are perfect for unwinding after a day at the beach. Step out through sliding glass doors onto your private terrace and breathe in the refreshing ocean air before diving into the surf. At Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa, the coast of Mexico has never looked so beautiful.

After a wonderful Mexican and American breakfast buffet at Calima, make your way down to the beach, or pamper yourself at the European-style Thalasso Spa with a seawater bath and seaweed treatment. Stretch out on the golden sands to soak in the sun, glide along the coast in a kayak, or enjoy an exciting ride aboard a wave runner. Take a snorkeling or scuba tour to stunning sites throughout the Sea of Cortez, enjoy a luxurious cruise aboard a yacht, or head out on the open ocean with a sport fishing charter. Play a magical game of golf at nearby Cabo Del Sol, Campo de Golf, or Cabo San Lucas Country Club, and delight in the picturesque scenery as you work on your stroke. With the sun setting majestically over the horizon, sit down to fabulous Mexican cuisine at The Brigantine and dine on the oceanfront. Sip a refreshing, perfectly blended cocktail while you watch the sun sink, and relax in the comforts of Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa.

Location of Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa

Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa
Avenida Playa Grande #1
CP 23450
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Nearest Airport: SJD

Amenities for Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa

  • General Information
  • 260 Suites
  • Dining
  • 2 Restaurants
  • Pool Bar
  • 2 Bars
  • Room Service
  • Coffee Shop
  • Sports Bar
  • Sushi Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Shuttle Service
  • Spa on Property
  • Gift Shop
  • Fitness Center
  • Private Beach
  • WiFi
  • Live Entertainment
  • Tennis Courts
  • Car Rental
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • 3 Outdoor Pools
  • Outdoor Whirlpools
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Satellite Television
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Kitchenettes
  • Fully-Equipped Kitchens
  • Activities
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Tennis
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Parasailing
  • Sunset Cruises
  • Boat Excursions
  • Whale Watching
  • Jet Skiing
  • Mini Golf
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Family
  • Kids Club
  • Waterslide
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Golf
  • Nightlife
  • Marina
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Holiday Hotel Deals

Reviews for Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

After our 3rd day at this resort, we returned too our room to find an “error” showing on our room safe. Since we couldn’t open it, we called the resort security. They opened the safe only to find that our entire budget for our honeymoon, had been stolen. Luckily, our passports were left behind. The resort security and management did NOTHING to help us. If not for friends and family we would have had to return home right then and there. This obviously was an inside job, although security flat our refused to believe that. We did file a report with the local police station, but’s Mexico. Aside from a lot of tears and eventually anger, we did enjoy ourselves, and this is a nice resort. But I cannot give them anything more than 2 stars. Bottom line........BEWARE.

Jenene - Olympia, Washington

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

The pools, rooms and facilities are excellent. The staff is helpful with every question and need. Like all resorts the food prices are a bit much for me, but they are easily in walking distance to the whole marina area. Superior quality and location with access to Pacific Ocean. I stayed on a time share trade out. As a hotel prices are $200-450 per night.

Stephen K - Austin, Texas

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Second time that we have stayed here and probably our last. Understand that this is a less expensive option for a Cabo resort but the service level here is not close to expectations. Started with dinner, waiter took the men's drink orders and didn't even ask the women. Thought that was odd. Housekeeping didn't close our door all the way so you could just push the door open, noted that to the front desk, happened again the next day. Service at the pool is fairly quick for drinks but food is not. Took 1.5 hours for a grilled cheese sandwich for our kid. Server came by every 15 minutes to tell us it's on the way. Then had us wait for a manager when we were signing our bill to "make things right". That translated to $2 off. Would have preferred to not wait 15 minutes for $2. Food in the restaurants is all ok, nothing really even good. Free parking, can walk to town, good value on the resort. Nothing horrible just nothing great

jonathan w

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We enjoyed an excellent seven-night, Sunday-to-Sunday vacation stay at Solmar Playa Grande Resort in Cabo San Lucas during the second week of April 2018 through an RCI exchange. We thought the staff, food, vibe, services and excursions, facilities, and the property itself were all excellent. Staff: All of the staff we encountered was very welcoming, friendly, and service-oriented. Iris checked us in at the front desk and gave us an excellent one-bedroom suite, even though we arrived from the airport about two hours before the 4:00 PM check-in time. Edgar took us to our room after check-in, and he explained all of the features of the room and helped us to get oriented to the property. Concierges Isaac and Eddie helped us to arrange activities through the hotel and to sort out issues with these off-site services, as well as make restaurant reservations. Numerous waiters provided great service to us at the adult pool throughout the week, including Jose and Hector. Erick and Ivonne served us at the Calima restaurant. They made us feel most welcome, conversing with us during our meals while providing us great service. We truly enjoyed Elizabeth, at dinner at the Ridge Restaurant. She was an outstanding waitress, as well as wonderful to meet. The Sports Bar was our favorite restaurant, and we enjoyed frequent meals there, usually breakfast or lunch (brief restaurant synopses below, plus reviews elsewhere in TripAdvisor). Fernando and Efren provided excellent service to us in the Sports Bar, and we enjoyed seeing them every day of our visit. We think that two finer gentlemen could not be found in Cabo. Each of these named Playa Grande employees really stood out in our minds during our stay, but truly, everyone on staff we encountered was quick to say hello and friendly and helpful when we called on them, including the managers. Solmar customer service is first-rate, in our opinion. Food: Prior to our arrival, Solmar offered us a meal plan at $88 per day per person. We had never signed up for a meal plan before, but seeking a relaxing vacation, we signed up for six days during our stay. This optional meal plan included unlimited dining and beverages in all of the property’s restaurants and bars throughout the day, plus Wi-Fi, health club access, and other benefits. We found the meal plan to be a great deal. In almost all cases, the food was good to excellent. This is Cabo, so food and drink are expensive. We figured we saved over $400 in dining and beverages over the course of the six days on the meal plan, based on tallying up our receipts after our vacation. Here’s a brief restaurant summary: -- Sports Bar – our favorite restaurant. A good menu for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, well-prepared, tasty food, an efficient restaurant, ably manned by Fernando and Efren, two favorite staffers. We ate most of our lunches at the Sports Bar. -- Calima – another favorite restaurant, excellent breakfast buffet, excellent BBQ and steak night. We alternated between Calima and the Sports Bar for breakfast. -- Brigantine – a beautiful location, on the beach. We enjoyed the Mexican Fiesta Night there. The Mexican dinner was good. On another night we ordered seafood dinners there. The grilled fish was very overcooked, and the vegetables were undercooked. Staff was apologetic and comped us after-dinner drinks. -- Puerto San Lucas – a seafood restaurant, located just outside the property. We ate there at the seafood buffet – Surf and Turf. It was a total fail (reviewed separately). An hour-long wait for overcooked lobster and steak and undercooked vegetables. Disorganized kitchen and wait staff. Many complaining customers. Please stay away. -- The Ridge Restaurant – the best dinner that we enjoyed in Cabo. Excellently prepared seafood and vegetables, delicious desserts. Located up on the crest with a beautiful view of the Cabo marina and beyond. Ably manned by Elizabeth, another favorite staffer, and her comrades. -- Pool Bars/Taco Stand – great range of drinks, efficient waiters. Food from the pool bar takes some time to arrive, and it’s not the best quality. The Taco Stand prepares tacos (chicken, beef, and shrimp) while you wait, very tasty. However, we quickly realized that the Sports Bar was the best lunch option for us, so we ate lunch there on most days. On our first night in Cabo (before our meal plan started), we ate at one of the higher-rated restaurants in Cabo. The Sports Bar and the Calima Restaurant easily were comparable to this restaurant in quality and price. The Ridge Restaurant was of higher quality. A taxi ride for two people in Cabo is a minimum of eight dollars each way, so add sixteen dollars to a meal tab. Net/net, we would sign up for the meal plan again for its quality, value, and convenience. Vide: The clientele on our visit was mostly Americans and some Canadians, with most Americans visiting from California (not surprisingly). There were lots of parties of friends and families visiting, and the pool bar could get noisy in the afternoons. The big family pool had a DJ and live entertainment shows. The music was loud, but the families seemed to enjoy it. The Playa Grande caters to the full diversity of humanity; you’ll see it all in a week-long stay. Everyone goes to Cabo to enjoy themselves, and they seem to succeed at the Playa Grande. Speaking of entertainment, the Mexican Fiesta night included volunteer audience participation in a show, followed by fireworks on the beach. Umberto, the master of ceremonies, was hilarious in his interactions and ad libbing with the audience participants. We couldn’t stop laughing. Services and Excursions: We booked a dinner cruise through the concierges, but ended up canceling it. The concierges then helped us get a refund. We also arranged airport shuttle transportation through Playa Grande, an excellent value. The airport is located about 50 km inland from Cabo, about a 30-minute drive. Facilities: The Playa Grande has very nice, well-maintained facilities and grounds. We enjoyed our spacious one-bedroom suite, equipped with a kitchen (which we never used) and two baths (a tub and a walk-in shower). Our suite included a very comfortable king-sized bed, as well as a fold-out couch and a Murphy bed (neither of which we used). We received maid service every day. Our bedroom was very clean. We hung out at the adult pool during the day. We had no difficulty finding sun loungers at the pool. We also used the well-equipped health club. The Wi-Fi signal was strong everywhere. Property: This property is located just across from the Cabo marina on a beach facing the Pacific Ocean, an great location. It’s an easy and safe walk to the marina. The Playa Grande faces a nice beach, but the ocean is not swimmable at this location because of strong tides. As depicted in the photographs, the main lodging buildings are arranged in a V-shape facing the extensive pool complex and the beach/ocean. All rooms have balconies with pool views and ocean views. In photos, the complex looked bigger to us than we actually found it to be. Our room was located in Building D, in the middle of the complex, facing a family pool. It was a quick walk to go anywhere in the complex, a plus to us. The Playa Grande is located on the side of a ridge, so the property slopes down to the beach. Walkways run behind the buildings to the reception area – no steps there. Summary: We really enjoyed our relaxing vacation at the Playa Grande. We appreciated being able to make an RCI exchange reservation. We would gladly recommend the resort to others. We would gladly return, including with family and friends.

Hiistory-Buff - Chesapeake, Virginia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed in a 1 bedroom April 1-8. Full Kitchen. We had a great time. Pool staff was good. Housekeeping was great. Easy location to marina. We rented a car to go places. Easy walk to the marina. Pools were large. The beach is pretty good, but you can't get in the ocean.

cougswin - Farmington, Utah

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