As a previous poster has said, the initial reaction to the approach and appearance was a little off-putting but once inside things improved greatly. The staff are friendly and helpful and Osa, the owner, was constantly around with helpful advice and making sure we were comfortable. The room was well-appointed and the grounds well-kept, the hammocks a joy.
The beach is a short walk away and there are a small number of eating places within a short walking distance. Both were quiet with limited numbers of people around which was exactly what we wanted.
Off-topic. We came to the Delfin Blanco straight from the airport where we had been very disturbed by the timeshare touts. Generally, we are good at avoiding these guys but these were particularly good. Usual advice, don’t talk to anyone but go straight out of either exit. Outside there are collectivos/minivans. Again don’t take any notice when they say “the next one isn’t leaving for 20-30 minutes so would you like a taxi?” Insist on being put in one which is already filling up as that will leave within a few minutes. We paid 100 pesos each for the journey into town where we picked up a taxi for 70 pesos (for both of us). No meters in the taxis; we paid 50-70 pesos for most journeys. We don’t like unmetered taxis. Most places including Mexico City where we live they have meters.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- El Delfin Blanco has Free High-Speed Internet. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- El Delfin Blanco Hotel San Jose Del Cabo
- El Delfin Blanco Los Cabos/San Jose Del Cabo