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Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos
Ranked #25 of 71 Hotels in Cabo San Lucas
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Orangevale, California
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“Good quiet location...”
3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 18, 2012

We selected Hotel Finisterra based on a package deal with US Airways. The location was good, just a short walk to the Marina down the hill. We were given a large clean room on the second floor. Unfortunately for us, there was a massive generator for the nearby property 50 yards from us the hummed all day and night. The property is on a lovely private beach, but water is unswimable due to the bad rip tide. This did not bother us as we walked to Madano beach daily. We did attempt to have a relaxing day by the pool, but had to cut it short due to a number of inconveniences. 1. drinks were overpriced and poorly made. 2. We could not charge the drinks to our room since they had no record of anyone staying in our room. 3. Although there are 3 pools, one with a swim up bar, the pools were taken over by 10-12 children. I would recommend having 1 pool designated for either adults or children only. Our room was first cleaned only after requesting it be cleaned after 2 days.

Other inconveniences experienced during our stay included, although our room was recently renovated, the light next to the bed did not work, we could not take a shower since the metal shower pull on the spickot (?) was bent and unable to pull up. After reporting these items to the front desk, they were repaired same day. The most aggrevating part of our trip was the nonstop barrage from Sophia trying to get us to attend a timeshare presentation.We heard every sob story, and told us by going would help her with her boss (blah..blah...blah). Each time we said no, she would ask why. She could not take no for an answer. They call her a Conciege, however, this is far from it. Conciege are supposed to assist and help clients, not the other way around. We arranged several activities in Cabo, but arranged for them outside the hotel.

Our fondest memory regarding service during our trip at Hotel Finisterra was the superb sincere service provided by Miguel at the security gate booth. He was outstanding. So helpful, and friendly. He deserves a raise!
Although our first experience at the hotel was not ideal, it has potential, and we may return.

Room Tip: Our room on the 2nd flr on the western side are closest to a large generator.
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  • Stayed November 2012, traveled as a couple
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VentasFinisterra, Director of Sales at Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos, responded to this review, November 29, 2012
Dear Sibs_Travels
We thank you for taking the time to share your experience during your recent stay. It is helpful and we have taken action regarding Miguel and Sofia as far as sharing your comments with them.
Miguel was very pleased and has always been very attentive and will have a great future with the company. Regarding Sophia she had a meeting with management and will be monitored.
Our intent is to have as many guests hear from themselves and on a firsthand basis all the things that Sandos has to offer with the Royal Elite program and have a fair opportunity to be some of the first to take advantage of all the pre opening specials.
We are taking action regarding the Kids pool and we are reviewing our no cash policy for the wait staff by preparing a document upon check in to advice guests of this fact. Also we are looking at ways to have a functional form to charge to the room or open a “tab” by the pool.
We sincerely hope to have you visit us again in the near future so you can share with all of us your “before and after” experience.
Best wishes for you and yours during this Holiday Season
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2 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 14, 2012

After visiting the Finisterra on our recent visit to Cabo, we have found that the "new sales associates" are very courteous but in a nice way tell the current Finisterra owners like second class citizens. If you do not elect to trade in your current ownership to Finisterra for Sandos, they offer you no maintenance fees for the remainder of your ownership. However, you will not be able to use the full facilities and if you elect to use the pool while you are staying there you will have to bring your own beverages and food to the pool as you can not purchase any drink or food at the resort. Makes me want to stay there! Oh and you can not use any of the restraunts while you stay there. If you elect to stay there and pay their all inclusive fees, because you are not a Sandos member they double the fees which would range from $120.00 to $240.00 a day per person and you must buy for the entire time you stay there. Not my cup of tea . . . . they can have there ALL INCLUSIVE. They also will not give you anything for your ownership so guess it's my loss their gain. They just will not get any possitive feedback from me, on the contrary, I will tell everyone I can to stay away. To bad Finisterra is one of the best locations in Cabo for access to the city and many fine reastraunts for dinning.Sandos may have good intentions but should treat the remaining Finistera owners with better respect. Mark from Oregon

Room Tip: Stay next door at the Playa Grande they treat you like royalty
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  • Stayed November 2012, traveled with family
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VentasFinisterra, Director of Sales at Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos, responded to this review, November 27, 2012
Dear Mark F,

First of all we would like to thank you for the review as our clients’ opinion is what matters most to us as a growing company.
Since Sandos took over the operation of the Finisterra Hotel, one of our main priorities was to ensure the satisfaction of our Finisterra Members, given that we understand the fondness that you have towards the hotel after coming back every year and for that reason our goal is to provide you with the warmest welcome.
We are very sorry that you got the idea that the Finisterra Members were going to be treated as second class citizens, but sadly, this information could not be further away from the reality and on the contrary, as the serious company that we are, we are respecting your inventory under the terms and conditions that you had before, improving and remodeling the hotel’s facilities and common areas to be sure that not only our Sandos guests, but our Finisterra Members as well, get the service they deserve.
On top of this, we would like to clarify that as a Finisterra Member you are always welcome to use the restaurants and bars in the hotel as long as you cover the corresponding consumption cost like it has always been done. In case you want to take an advantage of the complete All Inclusive Services which not only includes food and drinks but also includes waiter services, access to the gym, access to the Spa, and entertainment activities in the hotel along with others you can feel more than welcome to cover the All Inclusive Rate which will be a fair competitive price for the market.
We would like to invite you; in case you have any questions regarding the hotel services and all the changes that are being made, to please contact the same Finisterra members customer service e-mail that you have always used , so that this way it is not posted on the website and confuses other Members and we will be also able to give you a more personalized attention service.

We will keep working to improve your experiences so that next time you visit us, you will feel fully satisfied and more.
Kind regards,
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Santa Maria, California, United States
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 6, 2012

I have always loved the Hotel Finisterra except that many times the pool has not been heated. We come down there to relax in November and since the beach is unswimmable, we always look forward to hanging out by the pool. Sometimes the pool is a decent temperature, but many times it is way too cold to go into. I love the rooms and the staff are all awesome! The pools are beautiful and they would be perfect if they would just take the chill off.

  • Stayed December 2011, traveled as a couple
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VentasFinisterra, Director of Sales at Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos, responded to this review, November 7, 2012
Dear Becky,

Thank you for your comments. We are aware of the pool temperature issue during the winter months. This far November has had excellent weather and is one of our best months overall weather-wise.
We are taking action and we are currently working with the Jacuzzi hot tubs and also the heating for the main pool next to the Palapa Bar.
As the conversion to Sandos Finisterra All Inclusive for our March 1, 2013 date advances, more improvements will be in place.
We look forward to hearing your comments after your stay.
Saludos and see you soon!
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 5, 2012

All returning members to the Finisterra and new arrivals need to be warned that they will be greeted and continuously pestered by Royal Elite Timeshare Group who are working on behalf of Sandos Resorts. Their intentions are to convince you to sit through a ninety minute (which turns into a 3 hour) presentation. Sandos is turning The Finisterra into an 'all-inclusive' resort where you can purchase 30 year memberships which include 'room, food and beverages'. During the week I was there, I heard several different stories from those who attended the presentations and concluded that no one really knows the facts of what is really going on. From three to fourteen restaurants and a night club? What is the real truth. The people who actually purchased a 30 year package paid approximately $15,000 for 30 years (they can use 2 weeks per year). They said that included the weekly 'maintenance fee', but you still have to pay $198 per week (which can increase by 2% per year) for 'operating costs'. Just different terminology for 'maintenance fees'. In addition, they will have to pay anywhere from $80 - $140 per person per day for food and beverages (that's not been determined which makes it challenging to comprehend why they can't provide a potential purchaser the exact amount). If you purchase a one bedroom unit, then you will have to pay for three people per day at the rate of $80 - $140 EACH. Average that amount to $100 per day, per person for seven days and it adds up to $2100 per week for three individuals ... just for food and beverages. I'm disappointed to see timeshares turning all inclusive in Cabo San Lucas as it is truly a haven for some of the finest dining experiences in all of Mexico. I would NOT recommend purchasing an all-inclusive package at this rate, especially when all-inclusive packages including airfare for a five star resorts in Cabo can be as low as $700 per week per person. That's including airfare!!! The numbers I quoted above are from a couple who actually purchased a one bedroom package. The advantage they have is accumulated air miles that will cover their transportation to and from Cabo. The new Junior Suite I viewed displayed inexpensive furnishings, draperies, bedding ... and that's it. The same pink paint and tiled floors. As a travel consultant for Expedia, I viewed other resorts during my week in Cabo and can honestly say Sandos has a long way to go to make Sandos Finisterra a five star resort (as advertised with Sunwing and Westjet Vacations starting in March 2013). I find the location is the most redeeming quality, but the rest is yet to be seen.

Room Tip: Ocean view Only.
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  • Stayed October 2012, traveled with friends
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VentasFinisterra, Director of Sales at Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos, responded to this review, November 8, 2012
Dear VancouverTripper,
We are sorry to see that your post has been to warn people about a perception you have and not to tell people about your Vacation experience at the Finisterra. I will try and clarify all your points in order for readers to understand the nature of the circumstances. Nevertheless, most points can be cleared with a bit of common sense, for example your pint regarding the number of new restaurants where you mention there could be thirteen… well clearly this is impossible as to have thirteen restaurants you would need a resort of more than 1500 rooms. The Finisterra currently only has 300. Regarding the hotel rates it is impossible for any resort to provide exact rates as they always vary depending on season and specials that are being launched at any moment. Something, that as a travel consultant for Expedia I am sure you are well aware of. Regarding the rate, with Royal Elite you are not buying the unit, you are buying the right to the Member discounted rate plus all the benefits of being a Royal Elite member. If you want to read current members testimonials all you need to do is go to our more developed sister resorts (Sandos Caracol and Sandos Playacar) here on Tripadvisor and start reading reviews where you will find many satisfied members.
We have spent many years investing in the Royal Elite product and I think you will find it is amongst the best value for money in the Market. The Finisterra is a new product for us, and it will take some time and investment in order to get it up to the level of our other resorts. For this, we ask you all for some patience. Rome was not built in a day, but good things come to those who wait.
We are a small company compared to others so we cannot invest in entire hotel refurbishments in one go. Instead we make continuous improvements until we get everything the way we like and I think out attention to detail and continuous innovation is appreciated by people who visit our resorts as we always have something new.
We are not sure what Junior Suite you viewed but the new units are currently being built and there are none to see. They are totally new with natural luxury materials and everything you would expect from a luxury resort. Our aim is to continuously invest and turn the Finisterra into one of the best products in Cabo.
When the resort opens as Sandos Finisterra in March, it will have; all new Royal Elite rooms with a private pool and bar overlooking the Marina. A ¨village square¨ opposite what is now the convention center with sweeping views of the Marina (At night this village square will have entertainment and live music, lounge areas etc). A state of the art Spa with Gym with the best Technogym equipment overlooking the Marina. The Whalewatcher suite will become a Royal Elite VIP Club for members only. The convention Center will become a Luxury Buffet for breakfast and dinner with special themed nights (similar to Sandos Cancun). The current Whalewatcher Bar will become a Sports Bar and disco at night. Blue Marling will remain the same for now. The Pool Palapa will host Mexican A la Carte in the evenings. Also to the right of the pools next to Capella there will be a new snack bar during the day and a casual no reservation dining experience on the beach for the evening. The pool next to the beach will also have a makeover.
This is merely phase one for 2013. We expect to make many more improvements year on year in order to keep our customers satisfied. If any of you have any doubts about our objectives as a company please read up on our other resorts. We are in the business to make customers happy in order for them to return year on year in order to enjoy the Sandos Experience.
If you have any doubts please do not hesitate in contacting us,
Yours,
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Eau Claire, WI
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 3, 2012

We bought our first timeshare at the Finisterra in 1994 and have bought three more weeks since then. All of our weeks were in the "old" section--our favorite place despite aging problems and minimal updating. Never have we been disappointed with the cleanliness of our rooms nor the helpfulness of the staff, many of whom have been at the Finisterra since we started coming to Cabo. The staff has remained positive and are some of the kindest, most helpful we have met. We consider them friends, and hope the new owners realize that the employees are what have kept things running (not the owners) despite all of the negative comments that have been posted. Please do not let any of them go! They have ALWAYS made our visits wonderful, despite the lack of maintenance in some areas. Employees can only do so much without funding from a politician owner. But we all overlooked problems because of them!

Our biggest fear now is that we will be forced to buy into an all-inclusive plan for our meals. Besides loving to cook, I and my husband love to patronize all of the easily accessible small restaurants downtown. We will be asking the new resort owner to please not force us into the all-inclusive meal plans. If one is staying on the corridor, then it might make sense; for those of us staying at the Finisterra, this does not! Rather, they should offer discounted prices to owners, and maybe we will then voluntarily choose to eat one or two meals a day at the resort. We love the happy hours (best drinks around), the Finisterra Nachos are the best in Cabo, and the calamari at the pool are super!

As I said, it's been a great time; I hope it will continue to be so until our contracts expire.

  • Stayed January 2012, traveled with family
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VentasFinisterra, Director of Sales at Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos, responded to this review, December 4, 2012
Dear Sharon WI,

Thank you kindly for your comments. As you can read from other responses we will have the option for our current members to stay with their actual program with no obligation to purchase the new All Inclusive program.
But at the same time, we invite you to take the time to learn where we are heading with Sandos and all the benefits that this will bring the new members. Many that had similar feelings and perception as the value of the All Inclusive program once they see for themselves the savings and improvements being made are convinced that it will help them save and still have the freedom to go into town and enjoy it.
We hope that during your next visit you can take the time to hear and see for yourselves.

Best wished for this Holiday Season and see you soon in Cabo.
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 1, 2012

My husband and i were at the finisterra oct 15-26th We had a wonderful time even though we experienced part of a tropical storm The employess that were able to make it to work did everything they could to keep us safe and cared for..The weather was perfect and hot.The hotel is going through changes because sandos is involved in transforming it into an all inclusive starting march 1st.Ramon in sales took the time to show me a remodeled unit as well as pictures of the new additions.He was very knowledgeable and polite. We got to releaseover 500 baby turtles on two occasions. We would go back in a heartbeat,even with the all inclusive.Its close to the marina and all it has to offer. The serenity of the pacific side cant be compared when you go to the medano side and see how crowded it is. There are new plans for more restaurants i hear and a new pool and repair of the old ones. It will be fantastic We especially liked to see the same wait staff as before at the pool-moises,abraham and joel They work hard to keep a smile on their face.Make sure to tip well ,this is what they live on to feed their families.The maids do a terrific job in keeping the place clean.Remember to tip them as well.Try the calamari at the pool it is to die for!At the whale watcher bar the view is incredible .I am very excited about the new plans as it has needed help for a long while and now it is finally getting the love it deserves It is a diamond in the rough and when it is a little further along in the improvements,it will sparkle!!!So be patient and watch it bloom!Thanks to all the staff for a fabulous time

  • Stayed October 2012, traveled as a couple
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VentasFinisterra, Director of Sales at Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos, responded to this review, November 5, 2012
Thank you very much Robbie & Dennie for taking the time to share your experience during your stay with us.
We are very excited for the conversion to All Inclusive in March 1, 2013 and the process will enhance our service and facility in order to strive for excellence.
You two left a footprint in the heart of the staff, many talk about you in the lunch room of how nice and appreciative of their services you were. Blessings to you!

We truly want to become that shining diamond that so many have seen in the rough. We are getting there and we appreciate guests like you who can see beyond.

We look forward to your next visit and thank you for passing the word, we miss you already!
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Lewiston, Idaho
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 31, 2012

I am an owner at the Finisterra and have been for 14 years and will be there the week of November 12th 2012. I try to stay a week every year. The facility is very close to everything. You can have the quiet beach at the resort or take a quick water taxi to the public beach. Everything is a short taxi ride or in walking distance.
The facilities have not changed much in the 14 years and the decor is the same as when I purchased the unit, Updates would be great! It is common for an elevator to not work or the ice machines to be out of order but not a big deal.
I am curious how the current owners will be affected by the new All Inclusive resort. Higher maintenance fees? More money to continue ownership? Or are we grandfathered under our exsiting contract????

  • Stayed November 2011, traveled with friends
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VentasFinisterra, Director of Sales at Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos, responded to this review, November 5, 2012
Thank you Donnie for sharing your comments and concerns.

What we are doing is to invite the current members to an information briefing where you can hear and see for yourselves the upcoming plans and options as the conversion to Sandos Finisterra All Inclusive as well as the Prestige Holiday Club has to offer.

In the past weeks we have many new members that have seen the beneifts of this new concept.

We are certain that you will be sharing your experience here in Trip Advisor upon your return.
See you next week!
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Property: Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos
Address: Blvd. Paseo de la Marina s/n, Cabo San Lucas 23450, Mexico (Formerly Hotel Finisterra)
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 Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#10 Business Hotel in Cabo San Lucas
#17 Family Hotel in Cabo San Lucas
#18 Spa Hotel in Cabo San Lucas
#18 Romantic Hotel in Cabo San Lucas
#21 Luxury Hotel in Cabo San Lucas
#22 On the Beach Hotel in Cabo San Lucas
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$$
Hotel Class:4 star — Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos 4*
Number of rooms: 282
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Landmark Resort. Best location in town with Ocean and Bay views. Located in the "Heart and Soul of Cabo"!Live the legend of the new SANDOS Finisterra ALL INCLUSIVE RESORT unique architecture overlooking the Bay of San Lucas or enjoy the largest family rooms facing the Pacific sunsets in any of our Jr. Suites. All within a short walk to restaurants, night life, shops, fishing and water sports. Free WiFi in Lobby and Restaurants. Endless beach walks and amazing pools. Embrace the Cabo sun in any of our three amazing pools or have a snack at the largest and tallest Palapa in the Pacific. For the evenings enjoy a margarita at the historical Blue Marlin Bar where Keith Richards and Brooke Shields loved to relax. If you like tennis we have 2 courts for you free of charge. Ideal for Families or Couples that want the best value. The Jr. Suites Ocean View rooms have the largest capacity in Cabo sleeping 3 adults and 2 children with our 2 Queen and Sofa beds. Just perfect for the family that needs best value for their money! ... more   less 
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