The Royal Decameron Los Cabos - All Inclusive is located in the south of the peninsula of Baja California on the Sea of Cortez just 15 minutes from Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) and 5 minutes from downtown San Jose del Cabo. This family-friendly hotel showcases the best of Mexican tradition, showing peaceful streets covered with trees, galleries, restaurants and boutiques, with its center located a few blocks from the sea, a beautiful Spanish colonial style city hall, among other features that are immersed in Mexican culture.
San Jose Del Cabo, Offers a peaceful environment with beautiful colorful streets covered by trees, galleries, restaurants and boutiques, as well as a beautiful municipal palace with a Spanish colonial style architecture, located a few blocks away from the sea, among other sights that immerse us into Mexican culture.
LocationSan Jose del Cabo - Beach
General Policies & Fine Print
Check-in Policy - Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Convention Policy - 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 - Royal Decameron Los Cabos does not accept spring breakers unless previously authorized by the hotel.
Transfer Policy - A price may display when children stay free, if your vacation includes transfer to your hotel.
General Information - 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.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating2311 reviews
Resort with a Lot of Heart - We Will Be Back!
My wife and I enjoyed a lovely stay at the Royal Decameron from January 13 to 19, 2023. The resort was comfortable and immaculately clean; in fact we’ve never seen a resort kept so perfectly clean 24 hours a day. There was a great selection of tasty food at the restaurant, including a lot of authentic local cuisine. Our only suggestion is that the buffet restaurant put more of the food in warming trays, as some things we expected to be hot were in fact cold. We highly recommend getting the cook to make you an omelette at breakfast. Also, we found the staff made plenty of tasty drinks at the bars. The snack bar, located poolside, serves a nice lunch; and in the evening it converts to become a fancy, romantic dining restaurant. You need to book this a la carte the night before, and you can book it again and again during your stay. We do encourage all fellow travellers to tip the wonderful staff at the hotel. The beach was fantastic: very beautiful, very sandy, and long! You might be able to see whales as they swim by in the ocean. Some guests talked about seeing baby turtles being born on the beach. For me, a real highlight was the daily beach volleyball. The 3 pools were amazing, with plenty of availability of poolside chairs and towels, and it was nice to enjoy 2 swim-up bars. The 9pm shows were fun: especially the truly amazing circus show, which we highly recommend! We can’t comment on the disco that was open from 11pm-1am, as it was a little past our bedtime. However, we did manage to enjoy the fireworks shows happening in the evening at the Hyatt next door, visible from our hotel balcony. There are a couple of things to be aware of. First, the bathrooms are small, and it’s not obvious that the bathroom door swings inward to become the shower door. Second, be aware that it is cold in the early mornings and also in the evenings (at least at this time of year), so be sure to bring a few warmer garments. Just across the road from the hotel and up some stairs is a big store rather like a Walmart, called La Comer. They have a great assortment of souvenirs, like t-shirts, hats, coffee, and much more, at very reasonable prices. We do recommend that you book a guided tour to Cabo San Lucas, which is located 33km away. (The Royal Decameron is located in San Jose del Cabo, which is about the same size as Cabo San Lucas, and possibly even more beautiful). We booked through the WestJet representative in the basement of the hotel; he booked our tour through a company called Sunny Hill. Our tour driver was very knowledgeable about the history of Los Cabos, which he shared with us in very entertaining fashion. On our tour we went to a glass factory, a jewelry store (where my wife won a free pearl!), and a different store for Tequila tasting, all followed by a fabulous glass-bottomed boat tour out to the Cabo Arch and beyond. The glass-bottomed boat tour was spectacular! At the end of the tour, our driver from Sunny Hill was kind enough to drop us off and later pick us up from Sammy Hagar’s Cabo Wabo Cantina, so we could enjoy a very memorable lunch. The whole tour cost us around $60 US per person, not including the lunch at Cabo Wabo Cantina. We would absolutely return to this resort! The staff couldn’t do enough for us. We were very impressed that a hotel manager came by when we were sitting poolside, to see whether there was anything more the hotel could do for us during our stay. She was taking careful notes. We plan to return to this resort again for another vacation.
#1 in my books
this hotel had a lot of mixed reviews and we were a little hesitant to come. We were pleasantly surprised!!! the food was great! so much variety, and the drinks were perfect (shoutout to Luis and Albair the best bartenders ever). Luis even cut me up an apple one day as a lil snack. we loved the shows and the daily activities. the staff did an amazing job and everyone was so friendly. karaoke night was a hit. we loved the question of the day. José, Fernanada, Alandra and Itzayana (idk how to spell that one) made everything super fun, we especially loved tequila volleyball lol. you never have to fight for a chair at the pool or the beach! it’s a small resort so the community is like no other. the rooms were clean, always stocked with water and towels. also beautiful full length mirrors in each room and around the resort. I recommend to rent a car or walk over to the art walk on thursdays, lots of vendors and beautiful local art to look at and purchase. we also rented a car and drove over to San Lucas, great decision as we got to support more local vendors, and have a meal by the water :) my only complaint would be to keep the bars open for longer or at least more than one bar at a time. and it’s a little sad you can’t swim in the ocean, but that is no fault of the resort. the pools are great.
This is a much smaller resort than we were accustomed to but it worked out wonderfully. We were there with extended family, 16 of us. All the employees were so kind and sought to make our vacation the best at every turn! The resort is clean and well-maintained but rooms could use an update. There are only 2 restaurants—a buffet open for every meal and late night snacks and a Al a carte restaurant closer to the beach. That is open or lunch thru 5 pm when it’s open for dinner by reservation only. As a large group, they weren’t able to accommodate our party for dinner but some of us did dine there one evening and food was good. Buffet food is as you’d expect—some very good, some not as good. The beach restaurant has great small plates for lunch and snacks! Try the ‘chicken boneless’—seriously good stuff! Honestly, when we first arrived I was disappointed at the resort’s lack of ‘flash’ but this quickly was replaced by appreciation for the fine job the employees do! Great trip’
This is not the place to come unless you are going to be drunk the whole time. They told us they were upgrading my wife and I with a ocean front view but instead they placed us in a room 10’s of feet away from a stage they blast loud music and heavy bass from 9-11. Our door has a huge gap in it so we can hear everything that’s happening outside. When I asked to switch rooms they agreed but then said we wouldn’t have a room for 4 hours of our two day vacation. They weren’t very helpful or sympathetic about our situation at all. They only had one kind of beer the whole time and super basic and disgusting liquors. The food was below average other than one dish at the pool bar. I would not recommend coming here unless you would be drunk the whole time. NEVER STAY IN ROOM 157!
Fantastic week at Cabo
Fantastic week from January 7th to 14th 2023. This week was to relaxe and live experiences in Cabo. The weather was perfect with a 28 degrees during the day and a 18 degrees during night. The staff at the resort is fabulous. The hotel is clean inside and ouside. The rooms are large and really clean. The buffet was great and the à la carte restaurant very great. The resort is for family but the is a 18 years old area with a infinity pool. While we were staying there, we had the chance to see some whales directly from the beach at the Royal Decameron Los Cabos. This was a unique experience! I strongly recommend this hotel for travelers without any luxury requirements but real and authentic needs.