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Esperanza - An Auberge Resort
5.0 of 5 Hotel   |   Carr. Transpeninsular Km 7 | Punta Ballena, Cabo San Lucas 23410, Mexico   |  
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Ranked #2 of 66 Hotels in Cabo San Lucas
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“Elegant, laid back, five star, superbowl service”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 28, 2013

Great service, great food, great property with friendly attentive staff. No hidden fees, no ridiculous prices on food, etc. at the resort. Everything was very reasonable and every need was attended to. This was the easiest vacation ever in Mexico with handholding basically from the airport and all the way back. The smallness of this place, friendly staff, and more laid back atmosphere differentiate Esperanza from some of the other options in Cabo like The Palmilla. The Palmilla is great and offers a bit more dining creativity and slightly more attentive service perhaps, but it comes with more glitz, whiter gloves and a little higher price that may or may not make it a better value for you. The spa and workout facilities and options for classes are really great. I didnt like massages before the spa there. We had breakfast included in our package and had great food every day. On Oscar night, they set up a big screen and projector in the outdoor lounge which was fun, and that is a good example of their creativity. Having a hall of fame QB sitting next to me on the beach was a pretty cool too. Better was that not one person at the resort invaded is privacy (not that I saw anyway).

Room Tip: Palapa rooms on top floor are great - ask for a west facing room to get better sunset views.
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  • Stayed February 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Esperanza_Manager, General Manager at Esperanza - An Auberge Resort, responded to this review, March 4, 2013
Dear GregTylerF,

Thank you so much for your kind words. We are happy to hear that you had a great stay! We treat all of our guests at Esperanza like royalty and I’m delighted we exceeded your expectations in every way.

Our Team here looks forward to having you back in the not too distant future!

Warm Regards,
Marc Rodriguez
General Manager
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 24, 2013

We stayed in one of the 3 bedroom villas in the residences section of the hotel. This was the second time my wife and I stayed at Esperanza and everything was perfect. Unlike most hotels in Cabo San Lucas that feel very touristy, loud and "Cancun-ish", Esperanza is a tranquil destination. The hotel is perched on a cliff next to the ocean and the beach consists of small coves with large rocks jutting out of the sand.

The free foot massages, fresh fruit and home made fruit juices that are served to you each day at the pool are a nice touch. We miss the cocktails, especially the exotic flavored margaritas, served at the pool during the day. The hotel restaurant adjacent to the outdoor lobby has fantastic panoramic views and the food is excellent, yet a bit pricey. I highly recommend trying Nick San, a great sushi spot in downtown Cabo.

If you have a chance, check out the spa. The setting is is out of this world. It is one of the finest outdoor spas I have ever visited. Massages are expensive, but worth it. If you want to get a flavor of it, but dont want to splurge for a massage, you can enjoy the steam room, outdoor showers and jacuzzi for free if you are staying at the hotel. Give it a short, you won't regret it.

  • Stayed February 2013, traveled with friends
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Esperanza_Manager, General Manager at Esperanza - An Auberge Resort, responded to this review, March 4, 2013
Dear JesseJames12,

It was a pleasure to receive your wonderful review. We treat our guests like family and our staff was glad to see you and your wife return for another relaxing visit!

We look forward to greeting you both again soon. We’ll be sure to have a margarita waiting for you!

Warmest Regards,
Marc Rodriguez
General Manager
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 24, 2013

The views are not to be described. Food was delicious at all restaurants. Best massage of my life. People very friendly and laid back, but caring. Would love to go back, to swim in the pools and walk the beaches.

  • Stayed January 2013, traveled with friends
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Esperanza_Manager, General Manager at Esperanza - An Auberge Resort, responded to this review, February 26, 2013
Dear Susiewright9,

Thank you for sharing your awesome feedback! I am delighted to hear that you enjoyed our food at each restaurant and had the best massage of your life! I have shared your great comments with my staff.

I do hope you and your friends come back very soon!

Warmest Regards,
Marc Rodriguez
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San Francisco, California
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 23, 2013

Just returned from a 4 day weekend of bliss at Esperanza. From the moment we checked in, to the moment we were dropped off at the airport, the staff treated us like royalty. Considering it was a US Holiday Weekend we thought for sure that the resort would be crowded and filled with families. Much to our delight we discovered how amazingly quiet the resort side pool and beach are which keep kids out and enabled us to have 4 of the most amazing and peaceful days in the sun. It was whale season too and we were entertained daily by the families of whales jumping in and out of the water just off the coast of the hotel. We only left the resort for one meal but really didn't have to as there are ample choices that were better than your normal resort food offerings. We can't wait to make many return visits.

  • Stayed February 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Esperanza_Manager, General Manager at Esperanza - An Auberge Resort, responded to this review, February 26, 2013
Dear AhoyPaloi19,

Thank you for sharing comments from your weekend of bliss! Our team loves hearing from our guests and their Esperanza experience.

The whale families are definitely amazing this time of year. They dance and splash right in front of our restaurants.

Thanks again and we will see you again on your next getaway!

Warmest Regards,
Marc Rodriguez
General Manager
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 22, 2013

My husband and I stayed here for a milestone birthday in February 2013. It was our first time in Cabo and at the Esperanza. We had an amazing stay! From the moment we arrived to the moment we left, we were very well taken care of! The room was beautiful and very comfortable! The staff were all extremely friendly and helpful. Our personal concierge was excellent and made sure our every need was addressed. We spent most of our time at the adult pool, which I think was the most beautiful. The pool staff would bring us fresh ice water throughout the day, fruit skewers, and refreshing samples of their delicious margaritas. They also provided free foot and shoulder massages poolside! So for a mere tip of a $5 or so we enjoyed 15 min foot and shoulder massages poolside and spent the rest of the time whale watching with the binoculars provided in our room. The food was excellent at El Bar, La Cocina Del Mar, and La Palapa! The breakfasts at Conina Del Mar were part of our package and they was absolutely delicious! Some highlights were the Huevos Mutelanos and the french toast (out of this world!),great ceviches by the pool, and the lobster fajitas at La Palapa were amazing! We could eat there every day! The Esperanza was a truly luxurious resort and we are already looking forward to returning!

  • Stayed February 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Esperanza_Manager, General Manager at Esperanza - An Auberge Resort, responded to this review, February 23, 2013
Thank you for your great review. It’s wonderful to hear that you and your husband enjoyed an amazing birthday celebration at Esperanza!

Our staff love what they do and I’m so glad that you were spoiled at the pool and at our restaurants. February is a great month for whale watching, they love to spend their morning jumping in the ocean right in front of our resort.

Please let us know when you will be returning so we can assist in organizing another wonderful stay!

Warmest Regards,
Marc Rodriguez
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 17, 2013

This was a very special trip for my wife and me as we were celebrating her 40th birthday. We initially discovered the resort in Travel & Leisure magazine and then performed an exhaustive review of TripAdvisor and other review sites.

Now, this vacation certainly is not cheap, but let me tell you, it was absolutely worth it. The room was beautiful and well appointed, and the spa on the terrace was just incredible. The grounds were perfectly manicured. The staff and the people were all just incredibly friendly and helpful. Our concierge, Elena, was excellent and made sure our every need was addressed. As did the pool staff (at the adult pool). They would bring us fresh ice water throughout the day, fruit sticks, wonderfully refreshing samples of their excellent margaritas, and would move the umbrellas to make sure that while my wife was basking in the sun, I was always in the shade (yes, I'm the super white guy).

The food at all the restaurants were enjoyable. We ate at El Bar, La Cocina Del Mar, and La Palapa. The breakfasts at El Bar were part of our package and were absolutely wonderful. Also, the shrimp fajitas and the pozole at La Palapa were sublime. I could eat these every single day, all day.

The only small nits I would point to is that at the dinner services, we were only presented two water service options: sparkling or still. I didn't want either. Just give me ice water that's free! And before you all say, "hey, you're in Mexico, stupid," the hotel has a state of the art water filtration system, so you'll be just fine with that. And before you say, "hey, cheapo, just pay for it." Well, listen, I can certainly afford it, but there's something about paying $9 for water at dinner that just doesn't sit well with me.

At bottom, this was a wonderful trip. From the car service from the airport, to the kind woman who turned down our bed every night, Esperanza a true luxury resort in every sense. We cannot wait to be back.

Room Tip: We reserved the cheapest room (i.e., the casita w/out the jacuzzi), however, the gave us an upgrade...
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  • Stayed February 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Esperanza_Manager, General Manager at Esperanza - An Auberge Resort, responded to this review, February 18, 2013
Dear a o,

I am truly delighted that Elena and the entire Esperanza family helped make your wife’s 40th birthday celebration a very special & memorable occasion! Our employees strive to go above and beyond their daily activities and I thank you for sharing your kind comments!

It is wonderful to hear that you enjoyed a complementary upgrade to an ocean view terrace casita and Jacuzzi and that your wife was pampered by our poolside amenities!

I’m thrilled that you enjoyed dining at our varied restaurants here at Esperanza. Chef Gonzalo’s authentic Mexican food is delish, especially the pozole and shrimp fajitas. I appreciate your feedback in regards to our water options (of which we have many) and certainly understand you. We will ensure the service team clearly communicates this to our future guests.

Thanks again for sharing your wonderful comments and experience. We hope you will return again in the not too distant future!

Yours Sincerely,
Marc Rodriguez
General Manager
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 17, 2013

Thoughts after a recent 5 day/4 night stay at Esperanza:

OVERALL - Parts of our experience at Esperanza were fantastic, and it was just a few missteps away from being truly magical. The staff is extremely polite, attentive, and well-meaning, but there were some minor issues with execution (described below) - not enough to raise a complaint with management, but just little things that you notice. Our previous stay in Cabo was at Las Ventanas, and we thought we'd try to mix things up. It's too close to call a winner between the two resorts - Esperanza won out on activities and the spa, while the service at Las Ventanas ruled the day. You really can't go wrong with either place.

The beach area is small (and like most of Cabo, unswimmable), but extremely scenic, with a view of Lands End from one end of the beach. We were there during whale watching season, and saw TONS of whales just while sitting at breakfast and by the pool (Esperanza even provides you with a pair of binoculars in your room to use if you want a close-up view). Pretty neat experience.

BOOKING A ROOM - We used a Visa Signature Card to book the room (through the Visa Signature web site), which provided the following perks: automatic upgrade (if available), $25 food/beverage credit, complimentary continental breakfast each morning, and 3PM check out (if available). The room rate is the same, regardless of whether you use the Visa Signature offer or just book directly through the hotel. Upon arrival (and without us even asking), we were upgraded to an Oceanview Terrace Spa Casita (from our original booked Oceanview Garden Spa Casita) - the Terrace Spa Casita is $200 more per night, so over our 4 nights, this was worth $800. As in a prior trip (to Amangiri), Esperanza dealt with the complimentary continental breakfast by simply not charging us at all for breakfast (which we took at Cocina del Mar, the primary restaurant), regardless of what we ordered. This included when we ordered a fruit plate or pastries in addition to entrees, and applied to all beverages (coffee, juice, soft drinks). This probably tallied to about $70 per day (for two people), so add another $280 in benefits. And as mentioned before, there's a $25 food/beverage credit which was automatically applied to our bill. All-in-all, the value of using the Visa Signature Card was worth more than $1,000 for us. If you don't already have a card, and are planning on traveling to Esperanza, it's worth considering applying for one.

ARRIVAL - We requested transportation from the San Jose Del Cabo airport (at a cost of $135 each way) and were met just outside of the terminal by an Esperanza representative who whisked us to our driver and a Cadillac Escalade. Extremely pleasant driver who got us to the resort quickly and safely, where we were greeted by Narciso, our concierge (it seems that each room is assigned a specific concierge). We were provided with a welcome margarita, given a brief tour of the resort, and then taken to our room. With a quick signature there, we were checked in (and thus never had to wait in line at a registration desk). Very nicely done.

RESORT DESIGN - There are two sides to Esperanza - one for residences and the other for the hotel. We stayed on the hotel side, which is smaller. The pool at the hotel side is for adults only. You can, of course, walk freely and visit restaurants on either side. The architectural design is appealing, although not particularly unique.

ROOMS - The Terrace rooms are on the second floor (Garden rooms are on the ground floor, and Palapa rooms are on the top floor). The "Oceanview" feature of the room is that it was at a diagonal to the beachline, so we could indeed see that there was water out there, but the beach itself was obscured by large palm trees. The room was large and nicely appointed with a modern and yet still Mexican decor. A nice touch was the large comfortable day bed, which was an excellent place to read a book or peruse the iPad. There is no door between the bedroom and the bathroom (the toilet, however, is in its own little room with a door) - so if you wander to the sink to brush your teeth and someone's showering, you will likely see the Full Monty. The sink area (with the two sinks on opposite sides of the room) flows to the shower/tub area (2 open showers side-by-side, across from a large tub), which then flows to the window - right outside of that window is the hot tub. The outside deck was large and furnished with a couch, two chairs, a table, and the hot tub. A nice perk is that bottled water and Coca-Colas are complimentary in the room! The concrete floors mean that you can distinctly hear when chairs on the floor above you are moved (particularly at 5:30AM, which is when our upstairs neighbor was preparing for his fishing trip one morning) - maybe the resort could invest in putting little felt pads on the bottom of each chair leg to help cut down on the noise.

SERVICE - Guests are assigned a concierge, and Narciso was top notch. Every time we passed by the lobby area, he would make a point of walking out, giving us a warm greeting and asking if there was anything that we needed. The pool staff is extremely friendly, but not particularly proactive - anything you request will be provided, but they don't necessarily anticipate your needs (no anticipatory adjustments of your umbrella to keep you in the shade), nor are they sprinting to deliver service. Las Ventanas was definitely superior in that respect. Restaurant service depended on the specific restaurant - the team at Cocina del Mar was top notch, while the staff at La Palapa, while extremely friendly, sometimes lagged in time response, with long waits between courses or to receive the bill. Housekeeping was excellent, and completely unobtrusive - the only hiccups were one occasion when we called for evening turndown service and no one ever came, and the fact that they never replaced the incense stick that is provided in the bathroom. Not a big deal in either case, but that's the type of thing that kept the stay from being perfect.

POOL - Esperanza has a beautiful infinity pool overlooking the ocean. If, like my wife and I, you prefer a quiet pool experience, Esperanza is the place to be. With children not allowed, and no music playing, all you hear is a gentle poolside waterfall. Ahhhhhhh. Like most high-end resorts, Esperanza brings around complimentary treats during the day, such as smoothies and fruit. Where Esperanza sets itself apart is the massage therapist who comes around the pool offering complimentary massages while you bask in the sun (your choice of head/shoulder or foot massage!)...this was a VERY nice perk.

ACTIVITIES: Esperanza has a great set of complimentary activities for active vacationers, which are above and beyond what we've found at other high-end resorts. Group exercise class options include a beach boot camp (which I attended twice), TRX classes (strength training through suspension straps), yoga, spin classes (which are outdoors!) and tennis lessons. The beach boot camp I attended was indeed out on the beach, and you can ratchet your effort based on your fitness level. For example, one class that I attended included a woman who was probably only an occasional exerciser, a pretty fit young lady, a big guy who probably lifts weights more often than he does cardio, me (I go to a circuit strength/cardio class 3 times a week), and two current NFL players, one of whom is a Pro Bowl quarterback. Those are obviously different levels of fitness, but no one passed out, and I think that the NFL players still got in a pretty good workout. My wife is an advanced yoga practitioner, and she thought that two of the yoga classes she took were the best she's ever had at a resort, but that the third was taught by a truly bad instructor who was verbally abusive to the class and whose methods bordered on unsafe. Multiple people walked out of that class, so she must not have been the only one who felt that way. We also took a 1-hour vegetarian cooking class, which was actually more like an exhibition given by the Executive Sous Chef. We didn't have to chop or cook anything ourselves, but rather had an opportunity to watch and chat with the chef as he made some delicious basic Mexican fare - guacamole, tortilla soup, and a quinoa salad. Very tasty, and a fun place to meet people (the class is limited to just 5 people).

FOOD - The breakfast at Cocina del Mar was spectacular - I tried a different entree each day, and all of them were truly excellent. We tended to skip lunch, since we had a late breakfast each day. Dinner at Cocina del Mar was fine for high-end cuisine, but not particularly memorable. Dinners at La Palapa were simpler fare - nothing to write home about, with some hits and misses, and felt overpriced. Both restaurants are perched on a cliff overlooking the ocean, providing fantastic scenery. As noted in many other reviews, prices for food are on the high side.

SPA - The spa features a full slate of available services, and there is complimentary use of the hot tub, steam room and, in a departure from cold plunges, an outdoor cold shower. Strangely, there is no sauna. There are separate areas for men and women, which are clothing optional, and a co-ed sitting area that requires clothing. My wife and I each had a 60 minute massage on the first day, and both of us came out saying it was the best massage we had ever experienced (and we're fairly frequent massage-goers). I went back for a second massage later on during the stay (with a different massage therapist), and while it was fine, it wasn't the nirvana of the first one.

FITNESS ROOM - Use of the fitness room is complimentary. The fitness rooms are excellent - there is a very large cardio room with treadmills, ellipticals, a Stairmill, a recumbent bike, an upright bike, and even a Power Plate machine. Each of the cardio machines had an individualized television. The weight room had a nice collection of weight machines and free-weights. Bottles of water, towels, and headphones are freely offered, there are water coolers dispensing citrus and cucumber-infused water, and they have a tray of orange wedges. No cool wet towels were to be seen - but truthfully, it wasn't that hot while we were there, so they weren't missed.

WI-FI - Wi-Fi is free at Esperanza! There are separate networks throughout the resort (i.e. one in your room, one at the pool, one at the gym, etc.), so you need to request each network the first time you're in a new area, but there's no password, so it's relatively painless. There is no limit to the number of devices you can use (we had 2 iPhones and 2 iPads going).

WEATHER - we stayed in mid-February, during which highs were in the mid 70s, and lows in the high 40s. Word to the wise - the restaurants only offer outdoor seating, so bring a light jacket or sweater for evening dining, lest you wind up having to buy an expensive "Esperanza-logo" sweatshirt. There are heat lamps, and the staff will bring you nice pancho/blankets to drape over your shoulders, but there is almost always a light breeze, so it can get chilly.

  • Stayed February 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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Esperanza_Manager, General Manager at Esperanza - An Auberge Resort, responded to this review, February 19, 2013
Dear Highhandicapper,

Thank you for taking the time to describe in detail your stay at Esperanza! I very much appreciate your comments. We were delighted that Narciso surpassed your expectations.

We look forward to having you back at Esperanza for an even better stay!

Yours Sincerely,
Marc Rodriguez
General Manager
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Address: Carr. Transpeninsular Km 7 | Punta Ballena, Cabo San Lucas 23410, Mexico
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Location: Mexico > Baja California > Baja California Sur > Los Cabos > Cabo San Lucas
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( Wi-Fi ) Free Parking Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Kitchenette Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#2 Luxury Hotel in Cabo San Lucas
#2 Romantic Hotel in Cabo San Lucas
#2 Spa Hotel in Cabo San Lucas
#2 On the Beach Hotel in Cabo San Lucas
#2 Business Hotel in Cabo San Lucas
#6 Family Hotel in Cabo San Lucas
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$$
Hotel Class:5 star — Esperanza - An Auberge Resort 5*
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
At the tip of the Baja Peninsula, Esperanza is located within the private enclave of Punta Ballena in Cabo San Lucas Mexico. Overlooking the Sea of Cortez, this highly acclaimed luxury resort offers an incomparable natural setting on 17 lushly landscaped acres. Fifty-seven guest casitas and suites cascade down a gentle hill affording spectacular ocean views from every room. Resort amenities include an oceanfront infinity-edge pool, private beach, award-wining spa, yoga studio, fitness center, art gallery and world-class dining—all with spectacular 180-degree vistas of sky and sea, for a perfectly private resort escape. ... more   less 
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