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Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos

Carretera Transpeninsular CSL-SJC KM 18.5 Cabo Real, San Jose del Cabo 23405 Mexico
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#19 of 58 hotels in San Jose del Cabo
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To appreciate Solaz a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos, is to appreciate the rich history, traditions and natural wonders that are indigenous to Baja. The newest resort in the Luxury Collection, Solaz is a 33 acre masterpiece in design. A contemporary cascading sculpture that connects the awe-inspiring desert with the vibrant blue waters of the Sea of Cortez.
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Free parking
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Bar / lounge
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Paid internet
Hot tub
Pool / beach towels
Infinity pool
Pool with view
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Private pool
Breakfast available
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Swimup bar
Poolside bar
Kids club
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Conference facilities
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Full body massage
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Outdoor fireplace
Sun loungers / beach chairs
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Allergy-free room
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Valerie L wrote a review Yesterday
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Solaz The Luxury Collection is an exceptional resort! We stayed for a total of 7 nights. We had a bit of a snafu on arrival however with the help of Rosaria, Angelina, and Cesar we were able to secure a fantastic upgrade! We were upgraded to the penthouse suite!! The level of service, food and cleanliness is astounding! The staff is super well trained and the food is absolutely delicious. The entire staff is knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. The architecture is so unique and the landscape architecture is stunning! The property is facing the ocean and we could hear and see the waves from our bed and deck! We stayed on the hotel side of the resort and I believe this is definitely a better option than the signature suites (not owned by Marriott). The pools and beach are immaculately clean and the service at the pool was always good ...especially Iileas!! We would highly recommend having breakfast on the beach at Mako as well as dinner La Deserva and the sushi restaurant! The views from the outdoor restaurants are breathtaking. The resort offers on site free Covid testing for a stay of 3 nights or longer and they made it quick, easy and efficient! Our lasting impression of Solaz was also very positive. When you book transportation to the airport through Solaz, you are assigned a concierge that meets you at the airport and helps you make sure you have all of your forms and Covid testing paperwork set up properly so that you can make it easily and efficiently through security and check in! We will absolutely be back!! Thank you for making this a most memorable and happy trip!!
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
angelsiou1 wrote a review May 3
Seattle, Washington73 contributions30 helpful votes
Full disclosure. I will not apologize for my high expectations when I pay luxury prices. I am happy that others are having a better experience than we have had. Interesting. This was my fifth time in less than one year, staying at Solaz "Luxury" Resort. 4 of the 5 times, I was unimpressed with the hospitality and service at Solaz. Some would say, I have high standards considering I have plan exquisite events all over the world and have stayed and some of the best properties, Solaz is hit or miss. The rooms are nice, the restaurants and the food quality is great. However, in those 4 times we felt there was a lack of quality services, I called concierge for a service request and never got a reply. The refrigerator was broken, there were not robes, pool bags in our room,. I called down and ask can someone bring them up and they responded there was not any available? Really?All of this happening while the annoyance of the power shutting off while you are in your room was the last straw. They told me it was because of the "motion detector" which is possible but not accurate in our case. We were sitting having dinner right under the doctor and the lights blinked off 3 times. Later we were watching a movie and it blinked off. We ask the Artian to make reservations at Misaki, he confirmed, we showed up and there was not a reservation. Lastly, I looked at my bill and noticed I was charged for our Covid test. We all know if you stay there, Solaz charges "luxury" per night prices and I think it's silly for them to charge their guest for Covid test when so many other properties of a lesser caliber gives them to their guest. Overall, I feel they make false assumptions about certain groups of people. The level of service is different depending upon where you room is located. The one time I had a great experience is when I produced a magnificent event at their property. I stayed in one of the residences and I received so much attention that they were literally stepping on the back of my heals when I walked. I guess bigger the room, better the service with hopes of a bigger tip. What they don't realize is I tip well regardless of which room I choose. Isn't it all luxury right?
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Date of stay: May 2021
Room Tip: Ask for Oliver to be your Artisan
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Brittney F wrote a review May 2
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Best guys at the poolside are these guys ... in know order!! Hector, Migel & Omar!! They are so on top of things!! Very friendly, these guys made me feel like family!! Can’t wait to see them next year!! Brittney & Alex West Love this place and the staff!!
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Krista W wrote a review May 1
Las Vegas, Nevada3 contributions1 helpful vote
Full disclosure: I am an ‘A’ type who has traveled extensively for business for two decades. I do exhaustive research on new properties in advance, coordinating every detail with the concierge. All of that to warn you that I have extremely high standards, so if you are a particular luxury traveler, you will find my review helpful and if you go with the flow and don’t stress over the details, you may want to skip it. We landed 15 minutes early at the Cabo airport and, like seasoned pros who have visited Cabo for two decades, bulldozed through the crowd of folks trying to sell us a timeshare and the second crowd trying to pitch us a taxi. You’ll need to walk across the street to find the property specific shuttles and private transportation. By the time I figured that out I had called the concierge at the Solaz Luxury Collection twice. Eventually we found a nice fellow holding an iPad with Solaz Luxury Collection on it. He advised our private suburban was five minutes away and we should grab a drink. Not the best first impression, but the drinks at the outdoor airport bars are strong and by the time I got to the bottom of my Sex on the Beach I was agreeable to the delay. The first thing to know is that the Solaz property is actually 3 properties in one: Solaz residences (where one is currently listed for sale for $4.9M and with private amenities); Solaz A Luxury Collection (the Marriott hotel, where we stayed); and the Solaz Time Share section. The Luxury collection and time share share amenities and the time share sales team will work over time to convert hotel guests to be time share owners. Upon arrival at 1:25pm on a Monday in the last week of April 2021, we were greeted by Guillermo Villa, who was our designated artisan. An artisan is the Solaz’s version of a personal butler. Guillermo took our card, handled payment, got our bags, and introduced us to Michelle. Ah, the obligatory time share pitch, which included a tour of the museum. I would literally have paid a fee to skip this entirely. Whatever you do: do not make the very ignorant decision of buying a time share on vacation. Seriously, get home, do your research, talk to your financial planner, then smarten up. Guillermo immediately swapped cell numbers with us, which made real time communication easy. Guillermo immediately got busy on dinner reservations for us for the week, both on property and off. We travel with our 5 pound attack chihuahua: Nacho. Nacho is a 12 year old seasoned traveler who has seen more countries than our children, so he was happy to find that the property, staff, and fellow guests were all dog friendly. He was displeased to discover he was one of seven dogs staying at the property, as they all wanted to be his friend and he was having none of that. The pet fees were very reasonable: $100 one time fee and $25 per day cleaning fee. So over our five day stay it was $225USD. They do have posted signs stating dogs are not allowed at the pool and you sign an exhaustive agreement saying you will be a diligent dog owner. However, we found that if your dog is well mannered they are welcome to sit on your chaise by the pool, walk alongside you on paths away from people, and join you outdoors at any of the restaurants for meals. From a pet perspective Solaz Luxury Collection gets a 10/10 from us. I hope they always continue with bending these rules because it made it a truly joyful vacation with our pup. Check in at the Solaz is at 3PM, so Guillermo explained our room was not ready. Using one of the many golf carts on property he drove us down to the ocean front casual dining restaurant Mako. The view was stunning and the fish tacos were exceptional. My travel partner had the chicken quesadilla, which was equally tasty. A tip: don’t hesitate to ask for items that are not on the menu. I enjoy sangria and I wish I had done this earlier in our trip. Instead I bounced around the signature cocktails and wished I had not. They were good, but they weren’t what I really wanted. Around 3:45PM I had texted Guillermo twice because it was past check in time and we just wanted to get to our room. Guillermo came to pick us up in the golf cart and took us to our room: 1003. We did the king plunge pool partial ocean view room. We like having a private pool and the hammock on the patio sold me on the upgrade when I booked online. The room is exquisite! You enter a courtyard to an outdoor shower that connects with the indoor shower. Lighting is perfection, the entire room has Crestron controls, and the patio was totally worth it. The patio has two huge chairs with ottomans, a hammock, and a partially private pool that I would best describe as being a Luke warm 3 foot deep hot tub. The desert landscaping by the pool and throughout the property is stunning. If you have a small dog be aware that there are several native hawks in the area. None that got aggressive, but I would never leave your tiny dog alone on the beach or in the back patio area. The bedding was perfection, the layout was ideal, and the TV was all set up for streaming, which allowed us to watch hockey games without missing a goal. Our favorite part of the room was the showers. A slider opens from the indoor shower to the outdoor shower and both offer a rainfall experience with water pressure that is divine. The water heats up in no time and feels like heaven. Too many hotels neglect these aspects, but Solaz really gets it right. There are two huge infinity pools for your use and there are bars and servers waiting to serve you. Unlike many properties in Cabo where you may be used to getting a deal, you should expect to pay American prices. We found the menu on property to be very comparable to what we are used to in Las Vegas, but the quality was also comparable, so we had zero complaints. I would not stay at Solaz if you’re a fan of all inclusive resorts or looking to snag a bargain. It is a five star resort and you’re going to pay for that. One tip on the pools: the servers are excellent. Go out at 8AM and leave your beach bag (if you don’t bring one the resort provides one in your room for use during your stay) on whatever chairs you want. For a $10USD tip each morning we had the best chaise lounges and excellent service. The first evening we had dinner at the Italian restaurant on property: La Deriva. The table was right next to the beach with beautiful ocean views. The menu was good, but nothing we ate wow’d me. It was just OK. Overall the location and excellent service earned a 3/5 from us. We were traveling for my birthday and I hate when people sing happy birthday, so I appreciated that the manager gave me a heads up and respected that I did not want that. They still brought me a desert with birthday wishes, which was very thoughtful. Overall this would not be my first choice, but the staff seemed dedicated. The second evening we did the Japanese restaurant on property: Misaki. It is located just off the lobby and offers stunning ocean views. The service was excellent, with 2-3 servers ready to help with anything we needed. We ordered a couple of appetizers (edamame and gyoza) and a couple of sushi rolls with a glass of white wine and a Kirin beer for my travel partner. Everything was fresh and delicious, but the best part was the bill: $48USD. More affordable than what the exact same meal would have cost us back home in Las Vegas. This made our experience there 5/5. Our third evening was truly experiential. Just off the lobby is Al Pairo. This is a farm to table restaurant without a prefixed menu, so it is driven by the in season fresh ingredients from the area. We were offered a 10 course tasting menu for $70USD per person that included beer and wine, so we decided to do it. We started at 6PM. What followed can only be best described as a parade of non stop gourmet flavors that will stay with us for life. From a fresh beet salad that was heaven (and we don’t even like beets) to a bone marrow chorizo dish that was delightful, by the time we finally finished at after 8PM my Instagram was full of food porn and we could not possibly have eaten another bite. The service throughout was amazing! Friendly, attentive, and we always had 2-3 people ready to assist us. If you are a foodie and dietary allergies or restrictions don’t hold you back I would absolutely recommend Al Pairo’s tasting meal no matter the season. The concept of farm to table was on trend and the service was unmatched. Each evening as the sun set we made a point to do a beach walk with our dog and the beach is one of the best stretches of sand in Cabo. With a lifeguard on duty during the day, a large mattress you can swim out to in the ocean, and tide pools for exploring, this was one of our favorite aspects of the Solaz property. There are chaise lounges on the beach that are serviced by the bar and have umbrellas, plus several nice outdoor showers for cleaning off before you hit the pool. On our final evening in Cabo we went to our absolute favorite restaurant in the area: La Forchetta in the San Jose del Cabo area. It is a 20 minute, $30 cab ride each way from the Solaz, but it continues to be worth it year after year after year. We were so relieved it survived the pandemic. We ordered a shared Caesar salad, sangria, some beers, the Corleone calzone, and fresh made bacon, pear, and ricotta ravioli. Then we followed it with their signature dessert: Sfera di cioccolato. You must try this. It’s amazing. A globe of chocolate that holds ice cream and a brownie inside. So they pour hot chocolate over the entire thing to reveal the desert inside. It’s beyond decadent. The entire bill was $76USD. Worth the trip and totally worth continuing to support this Cabo small business. As this was April 2021 post COVID-19 pandemic, we needed a Covid-19 test within 3 days of flying back to America. Solaz has that completely covered with on-site testing for free daily at noon located in a ballroom just off the lobby. We got our nasal swab test done at noon and had the results in our email before dinner. On our final day we did not need to leave until around 1PM, but check out was at noon. Guillermo was right on top of it, meeting us at the room at 11:30AM to pick up and store our luggage while we enjoyed a final lunch overlooking the ocean at Mako. The shrimp nachos were perfect, followed by an authentic tres leches cake for dessert. By the time we arrived in the lobby at 12:45PM Guillermo was loading our bags into the Suburban and we were already planning our next trip back to Solaz. Overall I would highly recommend Solaz to any discerning traveler looking for an exceptional location alongside five star luxury customer service. The only improvement would be to allow you to opt out of any time share talk.
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Date of stay: April 2021
Room Tip: Partial ocean view plunge pool rooms are worth the upgrade
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Response from Solaz a Luxury Collection Resort Los Cabos, Marketing at Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos
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Dear 524kristaw, Thank you for taking the time to share with us your detailed review as it genuinely help other travelers. It is enlightening to know you had an authentic luxurious experience at Solaz, A Luxury Collection Resort Los Cabos from the check in process, the matchless service our associates provide to our respected guests to the culinary offering our more than 7 venues provide in our premises. On behalf of Solaz Los Cabos, we hope we can captivate you again soon. Cordially, Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos.
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Jenna H wrote a review Apr 2021
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We stayed at the Solaz for 5 nights in April with our family for our first trip since the pandemic and our stay blew us out of the water. The food, drinks, service and amenities are OUTSTANDING. We booked our stay using Marriot Bonvoy Points. I had 200,000 points and purchased an additional 30,000 points to stay for five nights. I used 230,000 points total and redeemed the fifth night free reward through Marriot Bonvoy. Since we traveled with our 13 month old, we felt it was better for us to rent a car with a car seat to get around. The resort offers free parking and valet service which was very convenient for us. This is a family friendly space with several kids pools, kids menus and a youth center. Everywhere we went with our child I always felt like we were welcome. The property has top notch restaurants and we enjoyed several of them during our stay. We ate at Mako on the first night which has a gorgeous view of the ocean and the properties stunning infinity pools. We ate at Cascabel for breakfast which has an awesome buffet for around $32 dollars per person. My finance had the French toast which was delicious. Poolside we feasted at Enzio which has some of the best ceviche that I have ever had. For drinks make sure to order a Mezcalita. The jalapeño and cucumber mezcalitas are the best. The hotel has a museum on site and Anna Maria who works there is so incredibly sweet. She was our favorite staff member during our stay at the solaz. We stayed for my birthday and our concierge support made sure to leave surprises in our room including birthday balloons and a cake and it made me feel so loved. We wish we could return here every year. It is such a stunning property. You will not be disappointed!
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Make sure you ask about everything they have to offer because I don’t think we were told...
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Dear Jenna H, Thank you for choosing Solaz, A Luxury Collection Resort Los Cabos as your birthday celebration destination. It is enlightening to know you had a memorable stay at Solaz, A Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos. from the check in process to the matchless service our associates provide to our respected guests. On behalf of Solaz Los Cabos, we look forward to host you and your family soon. Cordially, Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos.
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MexicoBaja CaliforniaBaja California SurLos CabosSan Jose del Cabo
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Frequently Asked Questions about Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos
Which popular attractions are close to Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos?
Nearby attractions include Cuadra San Francisco (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a swimup bar, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a minibar, and air conditioning.
What food & drink options are available at Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos?
Conveniently located restaurants include La Deriva Restaurant, Cocina de Autor, and Frida Gourmet Mexican Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort, Los Cabos offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.