Dreams Los Cabos
Carretera Transpenisular – Km.18.5
San Jose del Cabo, Baja Calif Sur, 23400 MX
Fitness Center: Yes
Day Spa: Yes
Dreams Los Cabos Resort
Dreams Los Cabos Reviews
The Dreams Los Cabos is a deluxe all-inclusive hotel located in the Los Cabos Corridor area. The Dreams Cabo Resort was designed in a open-air hacienda-style and offers spacious luxury suites in varying sizes, all with ocean views from a private and furnished terrace. The Dreams Los Cabos has three pools, two with swim up bars. The hotel has a snack bar, a full-service spa and fitness center, and five outstanding restaurants, plus cocktail lounges. You can also go golfing at one of the eight championship golf courses nearby.
308 1 & 2 bedroom Suites (All-Suites), Air Conditioning, 3 Pools, 5 Restaurants, 24 Bars, Fitness Center, Day Spa, Parking
"We did buy into the Unlimited Vacation at our first Dreams stay and have been delighted ever since. This is our third Dream vacation and the first at Los Cabos. Apparently there is new management and it was delightful in spite of the some of the reviews here. Our room was amazing and the turn down service every night was a treat! A/C worked great and the ceiling fan made it very comfortable even with the windows to the balcony open so we could hear the waves. Restaurants were good, had great filet mignon at the Seaside Grill, super fish tacos and cerviche at Oceana and every morning woke up to a fabulous breakfast buffet at El Patio. If you want lobster, don’t pay the $67 per person surcharge, for that you can take a taxi and go downtown for a great dinner out. Bottom line, we would come back! It is so refreshing to have people working that are happy and like what they are doing." – Pat from Auburn, California
"We have stayed multiple times and had an issue that to date has not been resolved. For the money spent, this it very disappointing.." – Larry from Seattle, Washington
"I just returned from a two week vacation at this resort of which I got married. I cannot put into words how amazing this place is. We, and all of our guests had the time of our lives. I mean it when I say that people were crying when they had to leave. They must have done an overhaul on the food there because it was amazing. I loved all the food. Yes the staff speaks Spanish, but HELLO!!!! you are in Mexico. Wake up. I would say 85% of them speak English very well. The accommodations are wonderful. The A/C in all the rooms work perfectly. I must also say that not once and I mean not once did anyone approach us regarding a time-share. In fact, we loved the place so much we asked about a time-share and they woman told us that she would send us something as to not take time away from our stay. How great is that? Go to this resort. You will not be disappointed." – Chad from Baltimore, Maryland
"”Nightmares” is what it should be called! Rip-off! Too many children! Bad service in restaurants! Sub-standard food! Lack of attention to detail ANYWHERE! Every time you turn around, someone trying to have you “buy in” to their travel club/timeshare program! WORST vacation on the Baja ever!" – Chadwick from Dallas, Texas
"It all started even before we set our foot on the Mexican soil. We had picked this hotel from the database of our timeshare exchange company. The moment we had the exchange go through we were bombarded with the phone calls from the hotel stating that we MUST pay all-inclusive fee in front (even though it was February and our travel was scheduled for July) or they’ll cancel the exchange. It took a lot of calling to the exchange companys reps and their calling to the hotel to make sure they live us alone. Then they’ve sent us a welcome letter stating that theyll help with the transportation, for the fee, of course. We, unfortunately, agreed. As we landed in Cabo we realized that we could grab a taxi for the half of that price, but it was too late and the money paid for the transportation was not refundable. In the hotel we were constantly bombarded by the reps from the time share sales office giving us a ton of lame reasons as to why we MUST attend the time share sales presentation. To make sure we can have a nice rest of vacation we agreed for the 90 minutes of that torture. 90minutes has become 2 hours, but who counts, right? and after that, since we did not want to buy anything theyve forgotten of all the perks theyve promised to us to attend the presentation. I really did not care much being happy that they left us alone, but my wife was pretty ticked off because of that, but of course, you could not find anyone anymore ALL OF THE SUDDEN, to find out what happened to all those promises. There was a humongous diesel truck doing something right on the beach all week. Listen, maybe the time to do things on the beach is in the off season??? There were 3 weddings in the hotel. 2 on the 3rd of July and one on the 4th. So, with all the brides, grooms, bridesmaids and best men all over the place the hotel looked like a Zoo. Beisdes the fact that most of them and their invited friends were so drunk that instances of people being completely out of comtrol were just as common as the birds and lizards trying to snatch things out of your plate. Staff did not pay much attention to all of that. One thing about the staff. On their website they say that ALL, I repeat, ALL of the staff members are bilingual. Yea, right. They may be bilingual, but the second language is not English, that’s for sure. The entertainment group is a bunch of loooosers. They were so lame, people did not even want to bother to pay attention to them. Drinks in the bar were OK as long as you would tell the bartender exactly what you want, otherwise they’ll poor some stuff that would most likely, be used in the engines as degreaser." – David from Los Angeles, California
"If you’re a person that pays top dollar for your vacation experience and are not satisfied with anything less than Ritz-Carlton, then you would do better to pay top dollar and stay at a Ritz-Carlton. However if you’re a person that recognizes an incredible value and are willing to pay a just a little more than a middle-of-the-road price, I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised with how intimate, relaxing and gracious with the Dreams Los Cabos experience. From the generous rooms offering ocean views, to the variety of restaurants in this all-inclusive environment, Dream Los Cabos permits each guest to decide when and where they wish to eat. While many all-inclusive resorts limit the number of times per week one can dine at the gourmet restaurants, Dreams offers no restrictions. There are 5 restaurant options or room service to choose. I prefer the seafood offered at Oceana, and the simple grilled items at the Seaside Grill. For a special evening I have opted to pay for a romantic dinner under the stars with a personal waiter. Although not included, it certainly is a wonderful addition to a special celebration for a couple or table of friends, and in my opninion worth the price.
In past years there seemed to be an issue with sufficient poolside chaise lounges. The staff have found a way to resolve this issue by adding a wider variety of beach/palapa/poolside lounging areas with something for everyone. If you want to be prompted to participate in the various activities throughout the day, simply lounge by the main pool or beachfront area. If youre looking for an afternoon siesta or quiet time, try the Lava pool (named for its gray-pebbeled finish) or a palapa on the sand. Evenings provide quiet or active diversions which include guided bar crawls through Cabo San Lucas, various themed evening dining/entertainment experiences, or perhaps a moonlight romantic massage for two. Dreams Los Cabos features a decent yet slightly overpriced day spa-but if youre on vacation and want to splurge try a treatment or two. And if all that overindulgence is a concern…then spend some time in the gym. Children under 8 will find plenty of fun at the well-staffed childrens activity camp. There are crafts, recreation, cultural and even an evening of camping under the stars for them. If your children are 8 or older, they may find Dreams a little boring (it may not be a great resort pick for you if you have older children that are looking for a day-filled with activities geared just for them). Howver there are plenty of family recreation/outting opportunities that can be planned through the activity desk that will appeal to everyone from the young to the young at heart.(I highly recommend an ATV outting through the dessert or a whale watching cruise). Ive been coming to Mexico and especially to Cabo for years, and have stayed at this resort t times. Each time is better than the time before. Again, this is not to say its on par with Four Seasons or Ritz-Carlton…but then again, the Dreams doesn’t charge 6 star rates. For what the resort does charge, I find the value to be excellent." – Pam from Portland, Oregon