"This condo building is right in the heart of Cabo, a couple hundred feet from the Marina, where there are great restaurants and shops. It's also on the main shopping street for a bit more variety, as well as close to a major high-end shopping mall with a movie theater.
You can walk to a quiet local beach at the near end of the Marina, do a 20 minute walk around the Marina to get to the main beach, Medrano, or take a water taxi for $10-12 for a five minute ride to Medrano. The Marina has water taxi's that will take you out to the Arch and Lover's Beach to snorkel, whale watching boats, fishing boats, etc. Cabo-Adventures is a five-minute walk away where you can play with their dolphins and they will take you up the coast to zip-line, ATV, etc. We did their Sunset Dinner on the beach at their ranch in San Cristobal - it was a favorite of our group and well priced.
The Presidential Suite is on the 3rd floor (2nd in Mexico elevator terms), has nice overlooks to the Marina and the pool. Its two adjoined apartments allowed our group of 12 adults to be very comfortable, cook together, and watch Warriors basketball together (though we did that a lot downstairs at Cabo Cantina - our favorite local restaurant on the street). It's a bit rustic with a temperamental stove, some ceiling water damage, and a few dresser drawers that don't work, but we'd trade that off for its roominess and location any day. There is a construction lot with some trash on one side toward the Marina, but nothing's going on there and you quickly get used to looking over it at the Marina and other happenings. Of course, this is a city, with a mix of nice areas and not-so-nice areas. There's a lot of construction going on.
The staff was nice and helpful (we did a cleaning service once during our 12 day stay) and there was a security guard at the front door of the complex. We felt the area was friendly and safe for us and our grown kids to wander.
We enjoyed our stay very much and would like to return."
Guest: Sandra H.
Date of Stay: December 2016
Review Submitted: December 31, 2016