May 21, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
JW Marriott Los Cabos Beach Resort & Spa in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico
JW Marriott is within the exclusive residential master planned development called ¨Puerto Los Cabos¨. Travelers will have full-access to the one of the most sought after golf courses in the world today designed by Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus in a joint effort. Lastly, our guests will absolutely enjoy one of the most impeccable marinas worldwide offering yachts, fishing, dolphin swimming and much more. Jim Olson, a world-renowed architect, designed the new JW Marriott Los Cabos with though provoking ambition in order to capture the rich colored blue found in the Sea of Cortez from every perspective. Located just 20 minutes from Los Cabos International Airport and only 15 minutes from the traditional downtown San Jose del Cabo.
Immerse yourself in a pre-Hispanic Mexican atmosphere inspired by healing herbs and organic ingredients, amid harmonious relaxation lounge. The Jasha Spa with 21,528 sq. ft. has indoor pools, saunas, jacuzzis, a beauty salon, double treatment suites and the ancient Temazcal ritual that connects you with your inner self.
Location of JW Marriott Los Cabos Beach Resort & Spa
Amenities for JW Marriott Los Cabos Beach Resort & Spa
- 24-Hour Room Service
- Coffee Shop
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Infinity Pools
- Saltwater Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Center
- Active & Adventure
Reviews for JW Marriott Los Cabos Beach Resort & Spa
I spend 2 to 4 weeks in Cabo annually and often visit the â€˜East Capeâ€™ side of Los Cabos â€“ the port area of San Jose - Puerto Los Cabos, which includes a very exclusive and gated residential development of Puerto Los Cabos in Mexico and occupying hundreds of acres of Pacific coastline; and I been watching the building out of this area for the last 8+ years. This was the first time I saw the new [opened about 18 months ago] J W Marriott Los Cabos, and it is a quite impressive concrete structure â€“ a very modern, sleek, squared off building and a very impressive entrance. The open lobby 20-foot ceilings frame a hallway with a view over an infinity pool to the ocean. Reception area is a casual living-room type feel, and continuing down the â€˜hallâ€™ to the open gardens, lawns and infinity pool â€“ the 299 rooms are arranged in a horseshoe fashion with beautiful Marriott-manicured gardens and lawns, fire pits and seating for conversation areasâ€¦.then we took the stairs down five levels to the Nak Grill & Bar â€“ at each stair landing level to our right-side were separate infinity pools [one decorated for kids] and a water feature [fountain/waterfall] and lawns with chaise lounges â€“ very nice, each a bit different giving the effect of plateaus down to the beach area with another pool and spa located between the bar/restaurant and the sand dune. The Bar & indoor/outdoor restaurant are on either side of the lowest stairway landing. The staff were extremely polite â€“ the bell staff took my car and escorted us inside, pointing out some of the hotel history & commented on the future growth [a Ritz Carlton under construction next door and a Four Seasons [both in the Marriott hotel family] next to that. The staff at the Nik bar and in the restaurant, were very polite and attentive. Same lunch menu inside or at bar, so we chose the bar for a drink first. The margarita was okay but I prefer having a tall glass on the rocks and more fresh lime; and the daiquiri was tasty and a bit sweet. Nice comfortable bar area, music and colorful views. And we had the Fajitas which were very goodâ€¦All around it is a picture-perfect resort with the Marriott obsession for service and function, but for me, since I am not a golfer and like some street activity, the location is too far away from â€˜civilizationâ€™ be it downtown San Jose, or the more colorful Cabo San Lucas [a hour drive away] requiring you to be all-inclusive at the resort or have a car to drive to town or to Cabo San Lucas for shopping and dining. But that's just me.
Neal S - South Lake Tahoe, California
I work work with in the travel industry and part of my job is to visit 5 star properties worldwide. While in Cabo we stayed at several of the top area resorts over the course of a week. At the end of our trip we decided to spend on more night and chose the JW Marriott. The level of service, zen like design and overall layout of the hotel is impressive. In fact it exceeds resorts that are 3 - 4 times the nightly rate. It may be slightly off the beaten path, but if relaxation, excellent service and tremendous value is what you are seeking you will certainly find it here. We experienced all 3 meals at the resort and were never disappointed. The breakfast buffet is possibly the best I've ever encountered. Kudos to all at the JW Marriott. We look forward to seeing you in late September for a full four days.
OneGratefulGuy - Los Angeles, California
We just visited the Griffin Club for 5 days with our family and my parents. Our three rooms were contiguous, had spectacular ocean and pool views, and were impeccably clean, updated, and well appointed. The master bathroom in the Umey Suite was particularly cavernous (a little dark, too) and luxurious. The personal butlers in the Griffin Club set the tone for the service-focused experience, with Edgar and Juan Carlos being among the most personable hotel staff I have encountered anywhere in the world, anticipating needs, thoughtfully delivering the unexpected, and ensuring my parents every need was met. The Griffin Club staff is world-class: Aholiab, Salvador, Alejandro and Fortino (among many others!) are all about the experience. The daily food assortment in the Griffin Club really allowed us to lounge at the pool or on the beach and rarely have to leave the "hotel within a hotel," except for a celebratory dinner at CafÃ© des Artistes (thanks Juan, Carlos, and Ivan!). The pools are top-notch, the view truly unequaled, and the simple peace and quiet of the location: it made a perfect Easter getaway. We could not recommend this property more highly. Truly a fabulous experience. We will be back.
Nelson P - Libertyville
My family and I vacationed over the Easter weekend at this resort in April 2017. This was a great time to be there as the hotel occupancy was low. The resort has beautiful pools. The scenery of the ocean from building C was fantastic. Recommend 2nd or 4th floors because of the palm trees which could obstruct the ocean view. Beautiful balconies. The rain showers in all the rooms were great. Bring plenty of sunscreen. Plenty of kids entertainment. The free teen room had foosball, air hockey, ping pong, Xbox, PS4, and a dance floor. Their pina coladas by the pool were amazing. Volleyball on the beach. The salt water pool was very relaxing. Several pools had swim up bars. The food at the restaurants was great also. The service was second to none. Highly recommend the guacamole. We never signed up for the Griffin Club and didn't miss much. Although the hotel is remote, you didn't have to leave the property. We had a rental car which allowed us to travel to to Cabo San Lucas. Parking and valet was also free. Do get the insurance coverage when you rent a car in Mexico.
Tbone36 - Chicago
We are here with family for a wedding, and love this hotel. We've spent most of our time at the adult pool, but the other pools seem great as well. The food is delicious, and the service is impeccable!