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July 20, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Cabo Azul Resort in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

Situated on the stunning coastal region of Baja California Sur where silky white sand mixes with sapphire surf, Cabo Azul Resort reigns as the crown jewel on a strip of land known as the 'paraiso entre dos mares' (paradise between two seas). From the playful waterscapes to the dramatic fire sculptures dotting the property, the atmosphere created by Cabo Azul lends itself to harmony and elegance. With 143 spacious rooms, this all-villa resort complex will comfortably house you and yours, whether you come as a family of two or a family of six! Lavish amenities such as king-sized beds, a separate living area with sleeper sofa, in-room spa tub, and "his-and-hers" sinks bring resort living to new levels of comfort and style.

Planning a destination wedding? Look no further than this romantic retreat: tie the knot in El Corazon, the resort's resplendent open-air five-story wedding chapel. Complete with dramatic lighting effects and candlelit waterfalls, El Corazon is the ideal setting for your special day. Delight in every detail of Cabo Azul, from internationally-renowned eateries to the soothing spa treatments. In the mood for some sumptuous regional fare? Dine poolside in one of the most breathtakingly beautiful eateries in the Baja region. Flor de Noche boasts a delicious palapa-style space, including a thatched roof and remarkable nautical rope rooftop centerpiece, as well as a tantalizing menu. Or, indulge in the home-style menu of Javier's restaurant, with its regionally-inspired cuisine and gorgeous view overlooking the Sea of Cortez. "Me time" gets a glamorous new look at PAZ, the resort's full-service spa. With your choice of indoor or outdoor treatments, put your mind at ease and let the skillful hands of the spa staff help you rediscover your inner peace. Whether a wedding, honeymoon, or much-needed getaway brings you to Cabo Azul Resort, rest assured, you are exactly where you need to be.

Location of Cabo Azul Resort

Cabo Azul Resort
Paseo Malecon S/N Lote 11 Fonatur
CP 23400
San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

Nearest Airport: SJD

Amenities for Cabo Azul Resort

  • General Information
  • 143 Villas
  • Dining
  • Private Dining
  • 2 Restaurants
  • 2 Bars
  • Private Chef
  • Swim-Up Bar
  • Cafe
  • Room Service
  • Coffee Shop
  • Deli
  • Pool Wait Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Laundry Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Currency Exchange Service
  • Live Entertainment
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Internet Cafe
  • Pool & Beach Cabanas
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Beach Club
  • Car Rental
  • In-Room Spa Services
  • Chapel
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • Infinity Pool
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Private Patios or Balconies
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • DVD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Whirlpool Bathtubs
  • Luxury Linens
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Fully-Equipped Kitchens
  • Activities
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Excursions
  • Pilates
  • Snorkeling
  • Yoga
  • Jet Skiing
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Business Services
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Golf
  • Nightlife
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Cool Pools
  • Family

Reviews for Cabo Azul Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

This place ended up being better than we even expected! Upon arrival, we were blown away by the beautiful entrance-Some of the photos make the place look a little stark from the front, but it truly is beautiful and serene. As soon as we checked in, we were escorted to the VIP area (not sure why)...we thought it was for some sales pitch for their time shares, but actually it was to give us a shot of tequila and just give us an overview of the property. Apparently, you only get the sales pitch if you are a couple and since we were 3 married women on a girls trip (without our husbands), they didn't bother pitching to us. I found Cabo Azul to be extremely beautiful, clean, relaxing and luxurious. The resort did not seem to be that crowded , yet it is so big, Im not sure you would even notice if it was packed to capacity. We found the service to be exceptional! Everyone was so friendly and accommodating, yet not at all "in your face"...there were people walking around constantly in case you needed something, but I never felt like they were pressuring me to order or even constantly asking me if I wanted something. I did ready one review about having a difficult time with getting water or having water down by the pool, beach, etc. I brought my yeti cup and had no trouble getting ice and water at the bar any time I needed it. I drank their water from the resort and didn't have any problems at all. A couple of my favorite things were the hanging beds down by the beach, the swim-up bar, the beautiful detail in the decor (ropes made into chandeliers, lanterns, multiple fire pits that were lit every evening), seating outside at Javiers restaurant, and of course the beautiful pools and grounds. Our room was perfect for 3 people-we had a 2 bedroom suite with a king bed, queen bed and a small kitchen, den area-it was perfect for 3 women to share. We did go into Cabo San Lucas a couple of times during our stay to have dinner and to do a dinner cruise-I think the San Jose area is probably a little more "quiet" and tame compared to San Lucas , but we were perfectly happy with that-we stayed on the resort several nights and sat by the beach late and then just had dinner in swimsuits/coverups-it was GREAT....

Tanya A - Athens, Georgia, United States


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Beautifully designed resort with lots of attention to design detail. Rooms are very tastefully designed with form and function in a perfect marriage. We are a large family ranging in age from grandparents down to the youngest grandchild who is 5 and everyone is so happy with all the pools, the grounds and their room. We also have two families in the penthouse, which is very luxurious with a wrap around patio with great views of the pools and ocean. Wonderful and restful retreat!

Anita W - Los Angeles, California


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

The Cabo Azul Resort is exquisite! From the views to the accommodations, we experienced a great vacation. If you can be satisfied by pool swimming, you'll enjoy the fabulous pools. The only disappointment, which is no fault of the hotel, is the fact that the beach is not swimmable. Apparently, the undertow is too dangerous to get into the water deeper than the knees. The topography drops off steeply not far past knee deep. There are areas safer to swim, but they require a short journey down the road to access this part of the beach. We had surfers with our group and they definitely found a couple of good spots along the coast to surf and swim. If you enjoy fishing, this is an angler's paradise! We ate the freshest fish possibleā€¦ tuna filleted right on our boat and then served sashimi, ceviche and pan fried style at the hotel restaurant Javier's. We brought our own fresh fish and Javier's prepared it deliciously! We enjoyed spa treatments, morning pool aerobic classes, poolside organized games and a fire pit with a beach view. The city has great restaurants and abundant shopping. Overall, I am looking forward to another trip here in the future.

NolaGirlSyd - Los Angeles, California


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Hi everyone, we still have one night's stay here but my family and I are so impressed by this resort that I am going out of my way to review this resort. I used to write a lot of hotel reviews but I stopped doing that a few years ago because I'm so busy, however, I just had to share our great experience so that others can come and experience the same. First, about WATER SICKNESS: ABSOLUTELY NOT. we have consumed so much ice, brushed our teeth with the tapwater and even accidentally drank from the tap and have had no issues at all. (I'm always worried about getting sick when I go to Mexico.) This resort is TOP NOTCH. The minute we checked in, we were treated like gold. We had absolutely no sales pitch or have had no mention of time shares here at all this week. Thank goodness lol. (Maybe they don't have them here?) STAFF: There are a million staff here. All smiling, friendly, polite, and ever so helpful wherever we turn. One day down at the pool I was struggling with my chair to recline it for no more than one minute, when a staff member came out of nowhere and helped me. Another day, I was in a chair by the pool and my neck was straining a bit while I was reading a book, again out of nowhere a staff member came and put a pillow behind my head!! And btw, I am in my 40's, not a very old lady clearly needing help or something lol. The staff are always busy, cleaning, wiping, tidying, sweeping, jumping to your service, making the place spic and span and eager to serve you or help you whenever you need it. I have travelled to many resorts over the years in various countries, and I can confidently say that the staff here are absolutely the best. Not one lemon in the bunch. Literally every single staff interaction/observation has been stellar. It really can make the difference whether a trip ends up being good or bad. I applaud Cabo Azul for training their staff so well. PS I read someone else's comment saying that people are looking for a tip everywhere. THAT IS ABSOLUTELY NOT TRUE. I have NOT been asked once for a tip. Maybe he's referring to when you sign the bottom of your bill, it says "tip". But if you are really bothered by that, then don't tip much or at all. No one will treat you poorly if you don't. FOOD: the food is very good here. It adds up fast though, as it is on the pricey side. The Mexican restaurant on site is very expensive. We paid $150 US there for 3 of us for dinner one night (no drinks). The next night, we ate at a restaurant across the street and it came to $30! The food wasn't as good, but a heck of a lot cheaper. BEACH: The beach is gorgeous. White sand. Turqoisey water. The waves are wickedly wild and it is not at all recommmended to swim here (and most of Cabo) but people do anyhow up to their mid-calves and so we did too. Don't go past the first break of waves though, it's deadly. SAFETY: We felt very safe walking around off the resort grounds. The town of San Jose del Cabo is nothing exciting. Small. Lots of construction on the way and a few boring shops. Lots of touristy affects though. POOLS: the pools were amazing. Clean, beautiful, huge, spread out, lots of choices, hot tubs. Never crowded. ROOMS: VERY HUGE! Beautiful, clean, modern, expensive finishes, gorgeous! Large bathrooms, 2 sinks. Soft pillows, fluffy pillows, firm pillows, extra blankets no problem, easy to use A/C etc etc. Also, fantastic insulation, never heard a single neighbour. WEDDINGS: There was one yesterday and I wasn't at all surprised that somebody had booked their wedding there. It looked perfect and gorgeous! CABO AZUL RESORT: Absolutely the BEST!!!!! Thank-you for a perfect family trip.


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Let me start off by listing the things I did not like: 1. Beach.. Can't swim or even walk into the water. Very high currents and waves.. It looks beautiful, but that's it. 2. Not much entertainment in the evening. Practically none. No shows other than once a week Mexican Fiesta at a (high) cost and occasional movie night. 3. Restaurants. Flor de Noche and Javier's are very expensive. The groceries or anything from the resorts store, starbucks are priced pretty high for no reason. As a result many people look for ways to eat out of the resort or buy groceries elsewhere. But the food they make are very very good. Every single item on the menu is excellent. 4. And everyone is loooooking for tips.. Pool, bars, restaurants, anyone passing by, telling you where to go, cleaning, repairing etc. etc.. Then I can't understand why is there a close to 600 peso's per night resort fee? I was explained that it's for the staff, but it seems like it's not.. I would recommend for the hotel to become all inclusive and add a buffet style restaurant.. At least offer options for dining included. Next time I would definitely stay at an all inclusive resort with lots of entertainment, shows and dancing. Another issue is taxis.. With no Uber or options customers are charged lots of money just because. From La Comer which is a 5 minute walk taxi charged us $7.. That's absurd.. When we went to the airport which is 15 minutes drive taxi drivers ranged from $30 to $45 plus $2 extra for the toll road. I only hope Uber and Lyft join this town and stop the taxi madness. The rest of the vacation is wonderful. Rooms are huge, beautiful amenities.. The VIP office always had cold bottled water for free. We were not pushed that hard for the timeshare, which is appreciated. I would never buy timeshare and therefore do not wish to waste my time from the vacation I have paid for. Everyone is friendly, eager to help. WiFI all over the place.. Room is cleaned daily. Huge bathroom and shower. Balcony is large. Beautiful fountains everywhere, fire pits all over at night time.. Very very beautiful. Overall it's a nice, relaxing vacation. Thank you Cabo Azul and the management of Cabo Azul resort.

DimaPS - San Diego, California


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