I will start from the point of check-in.
Check-in was fast and easy...we were escorted to our room within 10 minutes of check-in. The bellboy showed where everything was in the room and how to use the safe.
We unpacked and went down to the pool where it was relaxing and had some drinks. The bartenders were very nice and always had a smile on their face! They were always very friendly and accomodating. Drinks were yummy! My husband did some shots of Don Julio Tequila which is one of the best tequilas there is. So needless to say it is all top shelf liquor....no cheap stuff. Someone said something about the pina - coladas being chalky????? I'm not sure what they were tasting but I had them all week and they seemed very tasty to me!
The food was very good at the poolside restuarants and the Italian place. The Japanese place the food was not so good. We eat sushi regularly at home and I'm not sure what their idea of sushi is but its certainly not the same as ours. Needless to say we just didn't eat their again. I really liked the idea of the all-inclusive resort. I didn't carry a purse all week. It was very refreshing not having to worry about money. (only tips) Some said tips were included but we tipped anyway seeing as the service was always great! I also saw someone complained about them asking your room number instead of wearing a wristband......its really not that big of a deal. I would rather not wear a stupid wristband all week and have them ask me my room number at mealtime....
Room service was 15 mintues max. As was requests to fill up our refrig. All the drinks insdie were refilled everyday at no charge.....Coronas, waters, juice and sodas.
The one thing i did have a problem with was the whole idea of them trying to push the timeshares. This was not just the resort though. So i wouldn't only hold it against them. BEWARE.....as soon as you get off the plane they start approaching you to buy a timeshare. They will try to get you to do activites at a reduced rate in return for you to attend their timeshare presentaion. I was approached at the airport, at my resort and at a restuarant in town. If you are prepared and know what they are up to then you will have no problem. If you want to get a discount on activites a go to the presentation and just say no....stick to your guns and say no. They will eventaully back off. They will tell you the presentaion and breakfast is 75 min max but it is actually 3 hours. It is beakfast, a tour of the resort and their sales pitch. If you just want to do activites and pay full price or haggle yourself, you can just use the brochures at the resort and make your own reservations.
The whole chairs and a raft at the pool thig is true. You do have to get up early to get a good spot and raft. It wasn't a big deal for me seeing as I have a five year old and was up anyway. I actually purchased a tube for her in the gift shop.
We went horseback riding, deep sea fishing and on a sunset dinner cruise on the CABO REY. The food was very good as well. If you plan on doing any boat trips be sure to take your dramamine. I don't usually get sea sick but i was a bit woozy.
Over all, we had a great time. The people were the nicest and most accomodating! We actullay attended the timeshare presentaion for the Hilton and are seriously considering purchasing one. I highly recommend this resort andCabo to everyone.
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