LocationCabo San Lucas-Off Beach
General Policies & Fine Print
Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds. During the Spring Break season (March/April), the minimum check-in age is 25 years old. During all other months, the minimum check-in age is 21 years old.
Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy: Minimum age to make a reservation or to check-in is 21 years old during the year, and 25 years old during Spring Break
A price may display when children stay free, if your vacation includes transfer to your hotel.
Room taxes and service fees are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating5381 reviews
The only complaint would be the first encounter of the sister resort timeshare. We didn’t mind however it was not a 90 minute experience. It was more like 4 hours. After we completed that everything was great! Enjoyed being at the marina for a different vibe from our other vacations on the beach. We were able to walk to the beach which was great. Food was great and service was some of the best we have experienced with an all inclusive resort.
Hugo was fantastic. Made the trip great, he got everybody involved in the pool activities and had the best energy ever! We love Hugo and he had different games to play everyday, and lead water aerobics.
Coming back home
Marina Fiesta always a blast. The staff are the best in Cabo.Hugo was the best and most energetic recreation host ever. Made everyday lots of fun and brought the crowd together. Angel is one of the best waitstaff we have had. Always treats us like family Great to see the same familiar faces every now. It’s like coming home every time.
First Cabo vacation
Corn hole with Hugo, Jessica, and Brad! Great view, great weather, great music, and good drinks. Easy checking with Carmina. Nice room. Great location, easy to main attractions such as the marina and excursions!
It was OK and we had fun
We stayed for a week with a group of 4 couples. We had a suite that had a bedroom, two bathrooms, a kitchen/living/dining space and a large balcony patio with loungers and a hot tub. We liked the layout of our room and it was comfortable/adequate, but it wasn't luxurious by any stretch of the word. We won our trip in a raffle that someone donated for a charity event, so we didn't pay anything for our room other than a $7/night fee. The room and resort was a little outdated/run down but it was pretty clean and well staffed. As soon as we got in from a long day of travel we were made to sit through a presentation to try to get us to sign up to go to their sister property for a timeshare presentation, which we declined. It was on-par quality-wise with another timeshare property we have stayed in- does the job but nothing fancy. We ate at one of the hotel restaurants- Deseo's- the first night, and I didn't have a lot of food options as a person with celiac disease because they put flour in their corn tortillas so they aren't gluten free. We were able to walk up and eat there, even though the timeshare presentation lady told us we must book reservations through the concierge (we never made any reservations and never had any trouble finding a table, even for 8). Location-wise, this property is excellent- you're right on the marina and walking distance to most of the restaurants and activities that Cabo San Lucas has to offer. I don't recommend the Marina as a family destination- the whole vibe down there is more on the lines of Las Vegas and looks very boring for a child, not to mention that there are people trying to sell you drugs about every 10 feet on the marina (especially if you're a man). The mall nearby has a super nice supermarket in it where you can buy alcohol/water/snacks etc with a better selection and price than the pharmacies and mini marts. A note on theft- we can't say for certain that it happened from our room, so we didn't report it to the hotel staff- but my husband's airpods were stolen from his backpack that only left our room one time and was otherwise unattended in our room for the duration of our stay. Our friends staying in another room had about $200 USD worth of Mexican pesos stolen at some point as well, and we can't definitively say that it did or didn't happen in their room. So, be cautious and put any and all items of value in your room safe when you leave.