August 10, 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

A beautiful relaxing resort. Very clean and well maintained. Staff are very friendly & helpful. Plenty of great places to eat in the area. Short walking distance into downtown for Art Walk on Thursday.

parkhaven916 - Sacramento, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

We are currently staying at the Cabo Azul resort in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico for 5 nights. This is our 2nd time to Cabo and 2nd time staying at this hotel. The hotel is beautifully maintained, the rooms are gorgeous (we are staying in the 1 bedroom villa with pool view), the weather is amazing!! The staff are attentive and friendly. The food is excellent from the pool menu, to Javier's fine dining restaurant it's delicious Mexican food. Javier's restaurant also has a live band/mariachi group that sing and play during dinner, it's so cool! The sun beds and loungers are all immaculately clean and I loved the white coverings so you could clearly see the cleanliness of the chairs! The sun lounge cushions are more like mattress toppers, so incredibly comfortable and soft. The best loungers I've ever stayed on at any hotel around the world. The only but biggest negative to this resort is the temperature of the pools. The pools temperature is at a constant 81-86 degrees Fahrenheit. This is a huge disappointment when it's so hot and humid outside and you want to have a refreshing dip in the pool and instead it's like walking into a jacuzzi, the water is literally HOT! There is the Pacific Ocean, but it's not very swimable due to the strong currents and massive violent waves all day. So the pools are where you spend the majority of the time. I asked staff and they said the pools are this temperature during the months of June, July and august. When we came the first time in February, the water was no where near as hot as it is now in July, so my advice is to visit during the 'winter' months otherwise there is no reprieve from the heat. That's my only negative to this hotel.

Sarah B - Melbourne, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

My family and I stayed here for the first time from July 4 to July 12. We had a great experience. Our flight arrived in the morning, so our room (#2301) was not ready yet. We went and had lunch at Jazmin's while waiting. Upon arrival back, it was still not ready, so I took it upon myself to go to the room. I saw a cart outside and thinking it was the cleaning crew, knocked on the door. A maintenance man answered holding a caulking gun. I couldn't tell what he was working on or what the people who were there before us might have done, but that was pretty interesting. We were able to check in a short while later. I'm not sure if it was because we went to lunch or what, but no one bothered us about the timeshare presentation the entire time - which was nice. We had an issue with the kitchen sink drain and an odd sound in the a/c vent in the second bedroom, but maintenance came right away and fixed it. We had no other issues with the room the remainder of the stay. 2301 was a great room. Excellent view of the pool and ocean. No rooms to the right, the left, or above. There is a room below, but that's it. Very nice and secluded. Pool was great and the happy hour drinks were good. Chips and guac were very good. We found the top bar (not the swim up bar) to have better drinks and service. It is up near the family and adults only pool. We walked to the grocery store (about .70 miles per my Garmin watch) and stocked up for the week and took a cab home. We cooked breakfast and some dinners in the room. We also had room in the fridge for plenty of drinks. The ice machine in the adjacent building (#3) worked great and kept us well supplied. The little market and Starbucks on site were nice and we purchased a few items from each place. It was not overly expensive for the convenience. We walked into San Jose "proper" a few times. It was about a mile and an easy walk on large sidewalks. We also walked back from dinner a couple of times - easy and safe. Overall my family and I had a great experience at Cabo Azul and recommend it to families looking for a very nice place to stay and relax.

tcuno1 - Fort Worth, Texas

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

If you're coming to Los Cabo's Mx staying in San Jose del Cabo at Cano Azul is a must. You're still close to downtown Cabo San Lucas but far enough away that you can enjoy the serenity of the resort area. Javier's is a fine dining location that's delicious. Definitely somewhere to check out on your next trip... Avoid the the "vacation rental" sales pitch. Totally annoying and a guy named Scott is the worst. Very rude. But everyone else is awesome and totally attentive to your every need.

Elisa G - Fullerton

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

First let me start by saying this resort is breathtaking. Very picture perfect. The rooms are so comfortable and huge! The pools are amazing and there are so many large pools that even when the resort is busy, you have enough room to swim and enjoy yourself. All that being said, our vacation was soured a little bit by some of the staff. When we first arrived, after traveling all day we were told our room wasn't quite ready yet- that doesn't bother us, we just went to sit down and wait. We were then approached by someone who introduced herself as the event coordinator. She asked us what activities we would like to do. She showed us a bunch of brochures and started talking about the area. Then she said something to the effect of, "On behalf of the resort, please let us invite you to lunch at Javier's on us". Javier's is the resorts nicest restaurant so I asked why they would give us a free lunch. She explained that most of their guests come to the resort because of word-of-mouth referrals and so the resort likes to invite people to lunch so they can talk about the food and experience with their friends. She kept going with it and my boyfriend and I decided that it wouldn't be so bad. So then after talking to her, magically our room was ready. We went to the room and got some sleep from the long day of traveling. The next morning we thought, "I bet that's a time share presentation lunch, we're not going." We're smart people (although this might prove otherwise), but when put under the right circumstances, everyone can have a momentary lapse in judgment. So we decided not to go to the lunch. We were swimming in the pool, drinking, relaxing and up walks the lady from check in. She said, "we are expecting you at lunch soon" we told her we changed our minds and she went on and on about how her coworkers called her a liar, she came in on her day off, she needed to meet her quota, etc. we said we're not going and we think it's a time share presentation. She assured us it was not and that they just wanted us to refer our friends to stay with them. We said no and went about our day although I did feel bad because I didn't want her to get in trouble. Later in the day we were changing in our room and got a call to our hotel room. It was the lady who said they would give us $300 off our hotel room if we joined them for lunch the next day. My boyfriend said yes and told me, "they can't sell us anything, we don't have any money to buy anything so we might as well get $300 off our stay!" I sort of agreed. They told us the lunch lasts 90 minutes at Javier's. Long story short, it was over 2 hours of a high pressure sales pitch for their "membership" program and we did NOT receive lunch at Javier's as promised. We stuck to our guns and said "no" more times than I can count and after 2 hours I had to get a little mean and said "we're done, you said it would be 90 minutes, it's been 2 hours, we said no. No is no" and we left. They tried multiple times during the sales pitch to have us "just sign this saying we told you about it"... I read what they wanted us to sign and it was a paper agreeing to pay $77,500 for a "membership" with a $1950 yearly maintenance fee. We didn't sign. We went about our vacation thinking well it's over at least we get $300 off our stay for all that! And of course we did not. They didn't take anything off our stay. So the resort is stunning and my boyfriend and I had an amazing time together, but the staff is really slimey so be careful when you go. They lie and manipulate. They will tell you anything they think you want to hear to get what they want. Also other tips: pay the $7 cab fee to go to the grocery store to buy water. The resort charges $8 per bottle of Fiji water. The alcoholic drinks are good (fresh Pina Colada!) and the swim up bar is fun. There is almost no shade in the main 3 pools except a tiny spot in the later afternoon by the bar. So if you need a break from the sun, you'll likely have to get out of the pool.


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