The Westin Los Cabos Resort Villas & Spa
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
With a stay at The Westin Los Cabos Resort Villas & Spa in San Jose del Cabo, you’ll be on the Strip and close to Cabo Real Golf Course and Palmilla Beach. This 4.5-star resort is within close proximity of Cuadra San Francisco and Desert Park Natural Reserve.
Make yourself at home in one of the 147 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchenettes. Your pillowtop bed comes with down comforters, and all rooms are furnished with sofa beds. Rooms have private balconies. LCD televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. After dipping into one of the 2 outdoor swimming pools, you can spend some time at the private beach. Additional amenities at this Art Deco resort include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands.
Food & Drink
Satisfy your appetite at one of the resort’s 4 restaurants. Relax with a refreshing drink at a beach bar, a poolside bar, or one of 3 bars/lounges. Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available daily from 7 AM to 11 AM for a fee.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out. This resort has 12 meeting rooms available for events. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
How to Get There
Loved this hotel. Only downside is unable to use the beautiful beach due to the rocks and strong waves. You need to drive to other nearby beaches.
The pools at the Hotel are excellent and there are more than 3 in total (2 adult and 1 kids). The restaurants on premises are all excellent. The food is well prepared, we had NO ill effects from the food or water. The staff are all wonderful and the Restaurant Staff and Bar Staff are super friendly. See Alejandro in the morning for the fabulous breakfast buffet.
I hear the best time to visit when the Ocean water is warmer is September or October. Less Humidity then We went in April, ocean water is freezing. But no bugs, no humidity. Great weather. Rent a car so you can get around.
Check out the farm to table restaurant off premises called : Flora's Field - its amazing and beautiful.
I stayed at the Westin Los Cabos from May 6-12, 2018 on my first trip to Los Cabos. I didn't know what to expect of the locale or the resort, but I was pleased with both. The resort is situated in the middle of the Cabos Corridor between Los Cabos and San Jose, giving visitors equal opportunity to visit both places.
I found the hotel to be extraordinarily clean even while improvements were under way. The beach restaurant offers tasty food at affordable prices with good-size portions. The convenience store is a bit over-priced. It takes a day or so to get accustomed to the resort's layout but once figured out, it is easy to navigate.
The Westin Los Cabos is a beautiful site with fantastic views, even for the lower-level rooms.The staff is pleasant, down-to-earth, and helpful without being annoying or overly ingratiating.The concierge team was amazing, especially Jesus and Fernando. These two gentlemen always had a positive attitude. They were friendly, gracious, helpful, and professional, representing the city and resort well.
This resort's location, views and staff make it a great spot whether you want a quiet respite, romantic escape, or close spot to the downtown energy without being in the city center.
Thank you Westin as well as Jesus, Fernando and Hector. I hope to visit again next year.
My overall stay at the Westin was good and I'll be back in the future. All the stay was upbeat and engaging, willing to help with your every need. Fun activities where planned daily poolside. I can not thank Adrian, Sergeo, and Jose enough. Maybe my only negative feed back was the seafood night. I knew I shouldn't have gone to it because buffet style seafood night didn't sound good to me to begin with. So I'll put that one on me because I knew I wasn't going to enjoy it.
Thanks Westin team I'll be back in the future!!
Unlike other guests that reported being upgraded to a two bedroom suite, we had a time share exchange to a two bedroom suite (sleeps 4 privately, or 6 total) and that is exactly what we got. However, this was the smallest two bedroom suite I have ever stayed in and would have felt cramped if there were more than two of us. We were told we would have daily housekeeping but we only had housekeeping one day for our seven night stay. And we ended up with less clean washclothes after they cleaned (one total). The beds, as another guest also noted in a review, were not very comfortable as one would expect from a Westin 'Heavenly Bed'.
Yes the hotel is undergoing renovations with huge scaffolding set up right in the middle of the resort; I expected this based on other reviews I read. What I did not realize in advance was that under this scaffolding area was another pool which had been drained due to the ongoing work. We did not find the work to be noisey but spent more time at the Baja Point pool next door anyways (Alex spoiled us there ahhh vacation, that is more like it).
There are only two restaurants at night open for dinner at the resort, but El Ciruelo at the adjoining Baja Point is a better choice than Cocina Casera or La Cantina Sports Bar. See my separate review about Cocina Casera's overpriced buffet food and stolen cell phone incident.
There is a small market, Mercadito, onsite from which you can buy some wines, water, grocery staples, Starbucks coffee and even order a pizza (needs work though)
Bell staff (Ivan, Hector and crew) were very friendly and helpful and always had a pleasant greeting for us. Yan and Magedela helped us plan some fun excursions.
Martin at the beach/pool made sure we had what we needed. We were often asked to listen to time share presentation, but a simple no thank you worked.
We felt completely safe when we traveled in the Cabo areas. We did not have a rental car but did make use of the transportation provided by companies we booked outings with. The only problem we had during our stay was the theft of a cell phone but that was right from the Westin itself; that situation should have been handled better by the resort.
All in all, this was just an average stay at an average hotel, not what you would expect normally from a Westin. Disappointing and won't be back.
We’ve been coming to Cabo for years and always stay at Hilton. This was first time staying other than Hilton but we had a good offer so gave it try. It’s good location. I recommend to get rent a car as it will cost you so much for just airport to the hotel and get around. Cost for rental car should be around $200 for full-size car and include mandatory insurance and full tank of gas. Don’t even bother to fill tank by yourself. They will rip you off no matter what. $60 for quarter of tank.
We were upgraded to 2bedroom villa. Our original reservation was 1bedroom ocean view villa so it was great but our room had no ocean view. Instead we had Baja point building view. So we asked front desk to switch the room. They told us to wait for a few hours. After more then few hours we went back to front desk but the person we spoke earlier totally forgot about it. We spoke to supervisor who was colored blond hair Mexican female. First she said nothing available although this hotel seemed very empty. I said we would like to have 1bedroom OCEAN VIEW villa as our original reservation but she was trying to argue with me for my reservation was 2bedroom villa so I had to show her my email confirmation. She was still saying that their website doesn’t show picture of 1bedroom villa so I misunderstood?? After arguing for 2 hours we finally got a room we want but this was so unnecessary thing while our vacation time.
Except this person at front desk, all other staff from valet parking, bellboys, restaurant, pool were friendly and helpful.
We really enjoy talking to valet parking staff who was giving us a lot of information of hidden places for restaurants and snorkeling spot.
There’s another reason for recommending rental car. Unfortunately their restaurants are not good. So we went out to other places such as Hilton and El Markado. Another reason is their pool drinks are cheap but very weak like kiddy cocktails. But this hotel got full kitchen. Why not make your own frozen drinks?? We went to the store and got frozen strawberries and rum. Made a fresh frozen strawberry daiquiri. There’s blender and even plastic glass so you can bring them to pool!!
This hotel is still under construction and seem very under staffed. If you stay in this hotel maybe you won’t enjoy as much compare to other nice hotels but if you know how to get around then it might be a good deal especially for family.