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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

The resort is beautiful and has all the necessary amenities-a little market with all the essentials, a coffee store, swim up bar, lots of chaises, Happy Hour every day from 3-5. Also a reasonably priced menu at pool/beach side. Everyone who works here is very nice and helpful. The restaurants are expensive but with a kitchen you have the option of walking to a real supermarket and buying supplies. One tip is the drinks are really weak so you might want to add your own liquor! This is a timeshare so if you don't want to attend the sales pitch just be firm when you check in and so no. It's definitely quieter than Cabo San Lucas but we enjoyed that-and you can take a $40 cab there if you want.

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

This place is a wonderful resort! We stayed in a spacious one bedroom which included a full kitchen and a two man jacuzzi. The room is very spacious with a large balcony over looking the pool. Unlike most timeshare resorts this resort has maid service that seems to come by 2 times a day to freshen up your room. It doesn't say it anywhere that I could find in the resort description but they do have a washer and dryer on every other floor that you can use for free. They sell the Tide capsules at the little market or you can bring your own and clean your clothes the night before you leave if you feel like it.All and all the service is top notch! I should mention if your looking for night life, a party environment your better off to stay in San Lucas. This is in San Jose that seems to draw a calmer crowd. It cost $40.00 to take a taxi to go into Cabo San Lucas and that's where you would go to pick up sailing, snorkeling and fishing excursions. There is a grocery store called La Comer about a 15 - 20 minute walk from the hotel or you can take a taxi for $8.00 or a bus that cost I think $12.50 pesos one way. We walked both times up and back; it's an easy walk. Drinks are a bit pricey but you can always buy your own and bring it down to the pool. All and all, I highly recommend the Cabo Azul.

HappyTraveler1221 - Ramona, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

My husband and I stayed here in a Junior Suite (basic room) in late April 2017. We loved this place and were sad to leave! Pros: Beautiful scenery, amazing pools, plenty of seating, spacious rooms, quietness, feels like you’re in Hawaii This hotel is breathtaking. From the moment you walk into the dramatic lobby with the long ropes suspended from the ceiling to the architecturally stunning open-air "cathedral," there is plenty to catch your eye and keep you interested. The "basic" room did not disappoint (apart from lack of a bathtub). Beautiful furnishings and lights, and, while the front staff was not very excited about our choosiness of rooms (we were originally on a bottom floor that overlooked/walked straight onto one of the "serenity pools," I did not feel comfortable with this so they allowed us to change to a second floor room. The infinity pools are stunning. The lounge chairs very comfortable and luxurious. I like that they have signs everywhere asking guests not to "reserve" seating (aka camp out at the best spots), but this still did not deter people from doing so. The pool staff could do a better job of enforcing this, as at any given moment, the most prime chairs/spots are reserved by hats and paraphernalia, with their owners nowhere to be seen. The pool is quite cold however, and could do with some heating but I imagine this would cost a small fortune to do so. Cons: Customer Service, poolside service, LACK OF CLEAN WATER, price-gouging for clean water ($8 for 1 liter poolside or in the restaurant) The hotel is definitely upscale with a "snootier" atmosphere, but it seems the staff have absorbed their general clientele's attitude which does not bode well for the overall experience. The check-in staff made me feel like a burden, especially when I asked for a higher-floor room (eye-rolls and sighing ensued). 30 minutes+ per drink poolside is just unacceptable. Up to an hour for food is pretty sub-par as well - we're talking tacos and pizza here, this is not a steakhouse. The first day we arrived, I ordered the Marcos Tacos (blackened fish). Let's get one thing straight: I enjoy spicy food. This is NEXT LEVEL. Nowhere on the menu does it even hint that it might be spicy. These were spicy to the point where I could barely breathe. They the creamy white sauce is habanero sauce, but looks deceptively like aioli, which lit my entire mouth, esophagus and stomach on fire. I immediately felt nauseated after a few bites. Just typing about it makes me sick again. I couldn't eat it, which I explained to the waiter, David, in Spanish. I told him it made me sick. He said he'd bring out another order without "blackened." I told him no, I was too sick to eat anything else. He still did, 45 minutes later. I preferred him to just remove it from the bill as I was unable to eat it. Drinking an entire $8 liter of Fiji did nothing to help either, and when I asked for “leche,” he came back 15 minutes later, saying all they had was some cream (which he didn’t bring). He didn’t take them off the bill, and when I asked him to when the bill came, he said he’s ask and disappeared for 15 minutes. When he came back, he asked if we were ready to pay, and at that point I gave up and did. This whole experience honestly ruined the entire first day. I couldn’t even enjoy a margarita because it burned to drink anything apart from water. Later that night, we dined at Javier’s which was very nice, and the wait staff there was very friendly and helpful. Food was great too (I ordered vegetarian enchiladas with mole sauce). *However* that night, I became extremely ill, around 1 am. I don’t know if it was the unpurified water (I didn’t realize at the time why they charged $8 for a bottle of Fiji), the food, or the residual effects from the Marcos Tacos and habanero sauce, but I vomited multiple times throughout the night and was completely miserable. If you’re not going to provide purified/filtered water to your guests, price-gouging at that level is straight up wrong. The rest of the trip went very smoothly and we genuinely enjoyed our time there. The first day/night definitely put a bad taste in my mouth though. The one tip I can give to management is to train your staff to treat your guests more friendly and gracefully. Nearly everyone, bar the bellhops and Javier staff, were rude, disinterested, and seemingly annoyed at my presence – from the check-in staff, to the poolside waiters, to the Starbucks and Marketplace staff. Tips for guests: - If you’re assigned a ground-floor room, ask to be moved (unless you’d like to be able to walk out directly to the Serenity pools. - If you want water and you’re sitting poolside, go to the Marketplace in the hotel and it’s literally a quarter of the price (beers are cheaper too) - DO NOT DRINK THE WATER

nataliesetliff - Sacramento, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

This Resort is very sheik and stunning. The grounds are clean and beautiful. Friendly staff were quick to accommodate with my requests. We spent a five days at the resort and loved everyday of it. My son enjoyed the fun Kids Camp and the kids pool area. The Kids Camp Staff greeted him every time they saw him which made him happy. He got a cool t-shirt and backpack. We enjoyed the pool area to the fullest. The three infinity pools are heated and the swim-up bar was nice. Plenty of lounge chairs, the unique covered and hanging large lounge chairs were a unique touch. Night time at the resort only got better once the torches turned on!! Very romantic setting. The Resort was at capacity but it did not feel at all that it was. Quiet Quiet. Amazing room design and awesome views. The room attendant was very thorough in cleaning the room. Full kitchen was a big plus, made breakfast and lunch easy. The Resort sits along the best spot of the hotel district, walk across the street and your in a modern strip mall with shopping and dining a stones throw away. Would definitely recommend it to anyone and we will return of course.

Aochoa2001 - Palm Springs, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Location and property was absolutely stunning. Amazing restaurants and bars. Customer service and rooms.... not so much. I went on a girls weekend where we booked the two bedroom villa with a garden view. When we arrived our room was ready and we were shown to it. Mind you, we are all single girls looking to get away from our everyday lives. We walked into our "villa" only to see the not so wonderful view of the KIDS pool. It could just be me, but when you come to Cabo to relax, the last thing we wanted was to listen to screaming children and have our patio splashed by the kids doing cannon balls. This villa was nearly 2k for two nights. Not cheap. So we went to the front desk and asked if there was anything else available, she checked and said yes and gave us a new "villa". We walked into the new room and saw a view of.... construction, the maids entrance and two large air conditioning units on the building next door. Also not happy. We decided to give the complaining a rest and go enjoy the pool. We had a beautiful day and enjoyed a nice dinner for our friends 30th birthday and went to bed. Only to be woken up at 7 am by the jack hammering outside. We had enough at this point. My friend then went to the front desk and asked if there was anything they could do and was told by a very rude manager that nothing else could be done except to have the 25.00 resort fee waived (oh gee thanks). We reminded them that we were supposed to have a garden view and the manager said they were over booked and there were no garden view villas available. If that is the case why did we get stuck in the two worst rooms possible? My friend then said that we also had no water in our room only to have the manager say "well did you ASK?" Wasn't aware that we had to ask for bottled water in Mexico at a 5 star resort. The entire stay there was disappointing and pathetic. We checked out Sunday morning and went to stay at "The cape, a Thompson hotel" where we were all completely blown away at the beautiful hotel and amazing customer service. Needless to say we won't ever be going back to Cabo Azul and will continue to stay with the cape. My recommendation to Cabo Azul is to start asking people if they will be traveling with children and if so, PLEASE put them near the god awful children's pool where they can enjoy the noise and lack of relaxation.

raesoriano - Los Angeles, California

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