4.5
Very Good 1873 Reviews
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Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Overview

Location

When you stay at Dreams Los Cabos Suites Golf Resort & Spa All Inclusive in San Jose del Cabo, you’ll be on the beach and minutes from Desert Park Natural Reserve and Cuadra San Francisco. This 4-star resort is within close proximity of Cabo Real Golf Course and Chileno Beach.

Rooms

Make yourself at home in one of the 308 air-conditioned rooms featuring MP3 docking stations and free minibar items. Rooms have private balconies. Flat-screen televisions with cable programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature designer toiletries and hair dryers.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. You’re sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, which include 2 outdoor swimming pools, a nightclub, and a health club. This resort also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge). Guests can catch a ride to nearby destinations on the area shuttle (surcharge).

Food & Drink

This resort is all inclusive. Rates include meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities.

Enjoy a meal at one of the resort’s dining establishments, which include 5 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. From your room, you can also access 24-hour room service. Relax with a refreshing drink from a beach bar or one of the 2 poolside bars.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Planning an event in San Jose del Cabo? This resort has 5167 square feet (480 square meters) of space consisting of a conference center and meeting rooms. Free valet parking is available onsite.

How to Get There

Dreams Los Cabos Suites Golf Resort & Spa All Inclusive
Carretera Transpeninsular Km 18.5
San Jose Del Cabo, 23400 Mexico

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 1873 Reviews
Great Service
Reviewed 1 day ago

This was my first time at Dreams (I have stayed a numerous resorts San Jose del Cabo and the tourist corridor ) and my boyfriend and I had a great time! The service was wonderful (servers Luis and Raul went above and beyond every time we needed something). The restaurants were all very good and the grounds/resort was very well taken care of. We would definitely recommend Dreams and would go back again in a heart beat!

Dad and son trip
Reviewed 4 days ago

My trip was in April 2017. It was just myself and my 4yr old son. We both had a great vacation while we spent time together at the pool, or individually doing our own thing. I went to the gym (should be updated), the adult pool, watched the entertainment and had nice relaxing meals while my son was getting spoiled at the kids club. This property was quaint with all the amenities that was needed for a nice week long get away. The a la carte restaurants, the room service, the mocha's every morning, the champagne and strawberries in the preferred club, the wine education in the French restaurant were all culinary highlights. The girls at the Explorer's Club were awesome with my boy. Even at night if I tried to get him out before closing he would run away cause he was having so much fun. I would highly recommend this place to people with or without kids.

Mixed Bag -- but overall very enjoyable
Reviewed 6 days ago

There was a lot of good and also some bad.
I really struggled with how many stars to give.

The room was great. It was big and clean and felt very comfortable.
The resort grounds were just big enough without being too big. It never felt like there wasn't something else to do, or somewhere else to go, etc. In a good way.
The pools were great and the beach set-up (despite not being able to get near the water) was amazing.
The entire experience was both extremely relaxing and very fun.

The staff (when good) made all the difference. When you run into someone who genuinely cares and is happy and wants to see you happy, the experience is elevated incredibly.
Our standouts:

- Luis Barbossa, our waiter on the beach. Such an amazing attitude. A pleasure to talk to. He was anticipating our needs, filling our drinks, bringing us water, bringing us a snack seemingly (and maybe literally) before we even knew we needed it.

- Jonathon, and the rest of the barstaff at Rendezvous the lobby bar. They were fun and genuinely engaged in our good time. He specifically took time to listen to us, craft a unique cocktail for us after really listening to what we liked and what we had in store for the rest of our night, etc. And was always smiling.

- Amber at the AMstar tables. This is where you book tours, activities, etc. It's a tough spot, as this is a third party booking a fourth party company. While this process can get tricky, you can tell that Amber is genuine and cares about trying to help you make the most out of your vacation.

- The activities team (I don't know what they are called "the fun team" or something? But the people trying to get you to play volleyball and archery, etc) were pleasant, inviting and not pushy.

The Bad:
- In general the restaurants are not very good.
You can not make reservations, they may close them without warning if the occupancy of the hotel is too low, but then you may have a long wait when they are open. Does this make sense? Didn't to me.

Then there was the food.
At their best they could use some menu editing.
I admit I don't always order the safest things on the menu... but if they are on your menu, do them better.
Portofino served a disgrace of a waterlogged, obviously previously frozen and mushy carpaccio that should just be removed from the menu so no one ever has to eat.
And the pasta at Portofino was just bland.

However, our experience at Portofino was exponentially better than Bordeaux.
I truly wish I could do another review just for Bordeaux (and it would be one star). Just skip it. The waiter (I remember his name, but will spare him) did everything he could to ruin our night... from our wine selection conversation and his proclamation that he wanted to help us have a special night by bringing us a special bottle of wine (after discussing several French options on the wine menu) he took the menu away and brought us a Mexican wine that he gave us the hard hard hard sell on... and obviously it was terrible. (and also was brought to every other table we saw that night)... the rest of the night followed suit:
- He tried to push towards the most economical and easiest items. It was obvious and embarrassing.
- The food was average and often not as advertised (the terrine was simply not a terrine, the mini croquembouche was just a couple of cream puffs)
- And after discussing that is was my girlfriend's birthday with him a couple of times and with the hostess when we checked in, we watched two other tables right next to us get a whole birthday song and candle show while nothing was even offered to me.

Even the romantic dinner on the beach that I planned through the concierge involved at least one bait-and-switch on the menu (one that you are conveniently not offered a chance to look at outside of the concierge desk days in advance)... this was otherwise and amazing dinner and experience, however by this point in our trip we were not expecting a meal through the resort to be without issue.

Rescued from Bad Condo Experience in Cabo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My wife & I had reserved a condo in Cabo thru a Business Trade Company. When we arrived it was being re-modeled in a construction zone with jack hammering going on. We immediately got on the internet to search for a resort that had availabity. We came across Dreams Los Cabos. The rate was fair so we booked it for 7 days & jumped into a cab. We were pleasantly surprised upon arrival. We were shown to our junior suite overlooking the adult quiet pool and ocean view. The room was very nicely furnished, had a great shower, balcony, and daily stocked mini bar.
We enjoyed the adult pool every day with shady umbrellas & super comfy lounge chairs. We lunched at both Oceana which features seafood & Seaside Grill has a wide variety of food. The service & food in both were excellent. Our poolside waiter, Isadoro, was very fun and gave us great cocktail service daily. We looked forward to seeing him every day.
The evening dining experience consist of basically 3 different restaurants. Our favorite was Portofino for Italian. The risotto as well as the other dishes were excellent & the dining room was beautiful. We ate once in the Bordeaux French themed restaurant which was elegant, great food and service. We also had steaks one night at the Seaside Grill which were cooked perfectly and delicious. Great service there as well. For breakfast in the morning the World Cafe has an excellent selection of buffet items including omlet bar and even mexican dishes. My favorite was the tostadas! We enjoyed Sonia's service for coffee and drinks. She is always smiling and very friendly. You could tell the other diners did as well!
The only thing I think the resort was missing for a 7 day stay is more restaurant options as well as evening bars and lounges. There is a night club but that's not my preference. The resort is not huge like a lot of all-inclusives so maybe that's why. We got lucky that it was not very busy the first week of June.
All in all we had a great time and felt very relaxed.

Relaxing vacation in Cabo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I’m still at Dreams resort but my vac is almost coming to an end, so decided to write my review. Cabo’s weather is very different than other parts of MX, so I would recommend taking a light jacket. It’s bit dry, so some days when you feel the breeze it actually feels bit chilly.

For restaurants, they’re all really good. I didn’t do much research this trip, but the restaurants actually have a dress code. Bordeaux (French) men need slacks and closed toe shoes. My husband did not pack any pants, but the concierge actually has slacks you can borrow (lol). We did do that. He wore his Keenes with socks (yes goofy) and they still let him in.
Portofino (Italian) men need collar shirts, (shorts OK). We did go there and he had a regular T shirt on and he was turned away and he had to go back to the room to change).
Oceana (Seafood place and my absolute fav), this place is open for dinner and lunch and it’s casual dress code, it’s right by the adult pool. I went there on a lunch after lounging by adult pool, I had a cover up (like the jacket kind and you’re front area still shoes bathing suit) they wouldn’t let me in. I’ve seen ladies go in there with a cover up but it needs to be one of those that looks like a dress cover up (not open in the front).
Food wise they’re all really good. If you love seafood like me, you’ll LOVE Oceana! (Coconut shrimp is amazing and so is the stuffed pepper). My second fav was Portofino, French place was my least fav but I recommend trying there at least once. Also, not every restaurants are open every night so be sure you check it in advance (especially if you’re like me who likes to plan where to eat which days, lol).
We did room service most days for breakfast, which was very good. We got an ocean front view so we would sit on our patio and enjoy our breakfast. BTW, take your binoculars!! It’s monterray season right now. We saw them jumping like crazy!! Right in front of our room on our patio (with our binoculars!!).
Snorkeling in Cabo isn’t the best. The water is bit murky and only limited spots here seem to have snorkeling. We did the snorkeling trip through the resort (with the entertainment staff to Chileno Bay- which is where most of the boat snorkeling tours go to, lol). It’s only $20 total and they go on T and F. Take your own snorkeling gear if possible the ones they offer are horrible.
The rooms are spacious. They send housekeeping in the morning but I love how they fix up your room again in the evenings (when we are done for dinner).
The shows are OK... This resort is definitely more of a quiet place but they do offer basic shoes in the evening. There’s not too many ppl here right now which is nice. Never felt overcrowded in any places.
You can go into town for $30 one way or $60. The hotel does offer shuttles for $7/$14 RT. The buses I think was only $2. I never took the bus but ppl said it’s safe and easy.
We spent most of our time hanging out by the adult pool. It was nice and quiet and very relaxing. One week truly relaxing vacation. We really enjoyed our stay here at Dreams Cabo and recommend it for anybody (prob more for couples than with ppl with families).