One&Only Palmilla in San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico
At the tip of the Baja Peninsula, the Pacific Ocean, Sea of Cortez and mountainous Baja Desert meet at a verdant oasis called Los Cabos. The One&Only Spa at the One&Only Resort, Palmilla calls this little slice of paradise home. With a gracious blend of Old Mexico and modern amenities, suites and rooms at the resort offer a sensuously elegant retreat. The Spa continues the theme of uniting ancient with modern and offers a comprehensive menu of treatments that blend Mexican, Asian and global accents for total healing and rejuvenation. From the shores of the azure Cortez, and beneath swaying palm trees, the One&Only Spa is a sanctuary dedicated to the pleasure of your senses and the rebirth of your spirit.
Beyond treatments, The One&Only offers rituals and ceremonies that take pampering to a new level. Settle into a private spa villa for a day of complete indulgence. Begin with a Spa Ritual, a process that delights your senses from your toes to the tip of your head through massage, a body wrap and aromatherapy. Polish your body to a silky shine with a Sublime Lime and Ginger rub, or soften and firm the skin on your face with an Elemis Japanese Silk Booster Facial. Refresh your muscles with massages from Thailand, Bali and Sweden, or try the ancient Asian practice of reflexology for overall wellness. Adjourn to the secluded Yoga Garden for a journey to your inner calm, or try the Fitness Center to boost circulation. A temple to your physical and mental well being, One&Only is truly a once in a lifetime experience.
Location of One&Only Palmilla
Nearest Airport: SJD
Amenities for One&Only Palmilla
- General Information
- 115 Guest Rooms
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Wellness Center
- Infinity Pool
- Golf Lessons
Reviews for One&Only Palmilla
One and Only Palmilla is considered one the best places to stay in Cabo, it is not cheap by all means but it is the most vip experience you can have in Cabo, you will be treated like a king, don't hesitate to make your reservation if you want it
If you think you've experienced luxury, you haven't seen anything until you've been here. From the moment you step off the resort transportation until the moment you depart, your every whim is catered to. It's not cheap, even off-season, but when all is said and done it's worth every penny. From outstanding restaurants, a fabulous spa, a great poolside experience to a fantastic beach area this is without a doubt the nicest resort experience I have ever been a part of. The staff is there for you, and we didn't have a request go unfulfilled. The room was perfect, with a great balcony overlooking the Sea of Cortez. You have to experience this once in your lifetime.
The resort is first class. You will notice from the time you arrive that it is the ultimate customer service experience. It is a very unique and genuine approach. Every time you cross paths with any of the staff members they greet you and hold their hand to the heart symbolizing they have you in their heart. Most of the time they will even know your name. The rooms are very big and extremely nice. The resort is carefully maintained and you will see staff constantly policing the grounds. It is a very clean resort and very well maintained. I recommend the adult pool or the Agua pool and they are extremely clean and the landscaping well manicured. You can also spend the day at their private beach - Turtle Beach. The food at Agua was awesome. If you decide to go to downtown Cabo, make sure to eat at Edith's by the marina. The resort will take care of logistics into town or to visit other amenities. I do not recommend driving yourself or renting a car. It is not worth the risk of driving in a foreign land!
JOHN G - Mont Belvieu, Texas
Just stayed for 5 days. The service is perfect without being overbearing. The room was well sized and beautifully decorated. Loved having the lounger bed on the balcony to sit outside and enjoy the ocean breeze. The views and landscaping are incredible. Highly recommended.
Edward S - Allen
My husband and I visited one and only Pamilla July 12-17. This was our first time here but our 3rd time in Cabo. I'll try to make this short and sweet but I do feel there are things to know as first timers here. Check in Definitely a warm greeting and offered homemade popsicles. The staff seemed a little disorganized as far as the check in and we ended up having lunch at Breezes til the room was ready. About 45 minutes. A golf cart took us to our room and showed us stops along the way. We stayed in an ocean front junior suite with plunge pool. It's a very impressive suite. Lots of cool details and traditional furnishings. Bathroom is huge. Outdoor patio huge and plunge pool nice. And secluded but can still see the ocean. Only complaint is there is no logical place for the trash can in the bathroom. So we moved it to the side. The amenities in the shower and bath are very nice. Ask them to show you what all the buttons are for in the room. Our butlers were Oswaldo and Margarita. Ask them for anything no matter how small and they will make it happen. Dinner reservations, pool chairs, calling to reserve your ride back to the airport etc. they also offer to help you unpack and pack. We tipped $100 at the end of our stay. Pools--both really nice, we don't have kids so we prefer the quiet of the adults pool. Amazing views of the ocean and pool service is good. Complimentary foot massages are amazing, so sign up for your time slot. We tipped $10 each. Beach--2 beaches. One swimmable, one not, unless you are familiar with rip tides. We walked on the beach several times a day and collected lots of shells. One thing we loved was that you can hear waves crashing no matter where you are on this property. 15% is added to everything for you so only tip if they go above and beyond or for anything complimentary you receive. Golf cart rides to and from dinner we tipped $3. And added $10-20 at each meal. Food--all restaurants are very good. We tried a few things that sounded out of the box for us and were pleasantly surprised. Yes it is very expensive but as many other reviews state, well worth it and you won't be disappointed. Suck it up or go somewhere else if the prices will bother you. Other small tips---they do provide sunscreen, if you're a coffee drinker have them show you how to operate the in room coffee maker so you don't spend 30 minutes trying to figure it out before calling Oswaldo. Bring comfortable shoes if you want to walk around and explore because it's hilly and expansive. Fill out your preferred snack and fruit card daily. We are already planning our next trip here. If I'm missing anything please ask, there are so many details, but I can't write a 4 page documentary:) I'll add photos later
shellaklein - McKinney, Texas