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Recent Los Cabos Corridor reviews

  • Beautiful home close to the beach

    "This is a very nice home close the beach. The beach is just a short walk down the cobblestone pathway. The view from the bedrooms, and the backyard is simply breathtaking. Wake up early to watch an amazing sunrise over the ocean. If you are lucky you may even spot a few whales. The private swimming pool is clean and well-maintained. We are a couple of cousins who stayed with our families (with young children) and had a blast of a time. Few things you should be aware of: The Kitchen is pretty much empty, so it helps to make a complete shopping list if you plan to cook. You need a rental car. We had a few problems that did not receive quick attention from Senora Anna, but we didn't mind it so much because we were there for just a days - hot running water didn't work in one of the bathrooms; one of the lights in the living room was conked; the land phone (that was promised) for calling USA wasn't available."
    Guest: Georgy J. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 26, 2015
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  • Beautiful Villa + Isolated Beach = Relaxing Vacation

    "Watch for whales and rays pool side while sipping a margarita. Relaxing! Road noise is not a big deal. The booking process with Nik was great, at first. Then there were several mix ups (the invoices they send with payment conf. are rather confusing). TransCabo picks you up at the airport (but charges $30 to stop on the way to the villa for 30 minutes at the Mega store, this should be free for as much as the villa costs) Air conditioning units in every room are nice Abundance of books & games for your use Local and US phone calls are free Proximity to the beach is a plus & the beach has very few/no people at any given time, it's virtually YOUR beach. Take your flip-flops. The granite is sharp while exploring the tide pool nooks and crannies. The sunrises are heavenly and not to miss Open floor plan makes for cooking and dining while visiting a pleasure, but the advertised 3000 sq ft must include exterior areas, b/c it isn't 3000 living space Speakers are great to hook up to an iPod in the villa. It would be much more convenient, however, to have outdoor speakers and an iPod dock. Inexpensive to do and would be a HUGE plus! Pool MAKES the vacation, but the "heated" Jacuzzi isn't exactly warm enough to enjoy in the evening. In-villa chefs are amazing- A MUST DO! We had the Surf & Turf dinner and had them do the Drop Off service, which includes them still preparing everything, they just don't stay through the meal. It is OUT OF THIS WORLD! The 'Welcome' margaritas and chips/guac/pico were AMAZING! Having a propane grill to BBQ is handy. We had plenty of propane to cook, just make sure you burn the ants off the grill first, they're pretty quick to jump on the leftovers (as they would be anywhere). Ants aren't excessive, by any means. We had enough 5 gallon water jugs for our stay, which was nice. Made our own ice cubes using that water because the cubes from the fridge smelled funny. Had maintenance issues upon checking out, which were ignored by Rodolfo and never addressed (toilet in master "runs" & the safe in guest room beeps & was locked) No another options for dining nearby as Marbella, next door, is closed. This also means there is no sundries shop next door and you must cross the highway to get any sort of BASIC amenities at the Super Mercado. The walk to the beach is steep. The maid service is excessive, for sure. They don't really do much but stand around texting while waiting for bed sheets to wash and dry. It should be optional."
    Guest: Connie H. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 19, 2015
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  • Perfect family getaway!

    "We just came home, reluctantly, from 5 wonderful nights at Misiones del Cabo. The condo was perfect for our family of 5 (two adults, 3 kids ages 15, 12, 5). We booked private transportation from the airport including a stop at the MegaMart for groceries. John's condo has all the little details, from beach towels, to pool floaties, to napkins and salt and pepper! We loved the pool, spent hours there every day. Snorkeling at the beach was the best we found in Cabo...and my youngest daughter found hundreds of shells to bring home! We walked to Sunset Mona Lisa for pizza our first evening and enjoyed the most beautiful sunset over the Arch. We found that taking the bus into Cabo was very easy and quite inexpensive. Make sure to eat at Panchos and Les Tres Gallos while in town! Both had wonderful Mexican food, and the margaritas can't be beat. The kids enjoyed strawberry smoothies and quesidillas from the pool bar every day; taco night is not to be missed! We loved the quiet of the condo, but the proximity to Cabo so we could get into town when we wanted, but leave when we were done! We took a water taxi to Lover's Beach one morning, and a highlight of our trip was a horseback riding tour scheduled through Cabo San Lucas Tours (but run by Amigo Tours). We loved every minute of our trip, and cannot wait to come back! Thank you for loaning us your home away from home - it was perfect!"
    Guest: Amy D. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 5, 2014
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  • Excellent Location, nice condo

    "This is a nice condo with a great beach front location. The beds were comfy and the balcony was large and perfect for eating outside/lounging/whale watching. If you happen to have kids, there is a closet full of water toys and sand toys. The resort isn't quite up and running yet so there isn't much in the way of places to eat, but they do have a pool with a bar that has limited snacks/continental breakfast. Also, when we were there they were re-roofing, which was occasionally quite loud. They will be working on the resort for a while, so this problem probably won't go away for a while. It would have been nice to have a resort map--we didn't discover the bigger pool with the bar until about halfway through our vacation. Also, my parents locked themselves out one day and didn't know who to call, so a property manager phone number would be nice."
    Guest: Melinda J. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 6, 2015
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