Cabo Villas Beach Resort

Callejon del Pescador s/n, Col. El Medano, Cabo San Lucas, 23450

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Overlooking Medano Beach in Cabo San Lucas, the Cabo Villas Beach Resort welcomes families to the heart of Cabo. Enjoy fun in the sun at one of the property’s swimming pools, or walk down to the beach, where you enjoy a number of water sports or just bury your toes in the sand. Offsite activities range from ATV tours and zip-lining to fishing charters and sailing. Dine at one of the property’s restaurants, including the rooftop restaurant and the pool grills. Available accommodations range from suites (luxury studio, one-bedroom deluxe, one-bedroom executive, two-bedroom executive and two-bedroom luxury), Bayview Suites (actually two- and three-bedroom condominiums), a beach house, penthouse units and rentals. Amenities in suites include TV, internet access, in-room safe, hairdryer, and kitchenettes (not available in all luxury studio suites).

Our Editor Loves

  • Three swimming pools
  • Sits on Cabo's only swimmable beach
  • Spacious suites

Family Interests

  • Beach
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Sailing
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Connecting Rooms
  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchenettes
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator


Great place thats about to be the best!

by mexicoisok

I'm a member and stay in the penthouse. My most recent visit was May 2019 which is my 4th time to stay. The resort is going to be awesome once completed and I cannot wait to see it when it's done! The noise wasn't that bad with the amount of construction going on. The resort does require a bit more walking and climbing stairs with the construction, and will be a problem for those who find it difficult to walk. The food at the resort is good and service can't be beat. The drinks are cold and perfect every time! Very friendly staff. I've never had a bad moment while staying there. The marketing staff is aggressive to get you to attend their meetings but I figure they are trying to fill up the new building. I noticed an improvement in security and my family felt very safe while on the campus. Love the surrounding restaurants including Billigans. I read these negative reviews and find myself puzzled because I've never had those experiences? Keep up the good work!

Not pleasant as it should be

by paradeprez

Stayed at Cabo Villages Beach Resort and Spa.

My second trip to Cabo San Lucas in 3 years. First here.
Overall I’m disappointed. My room was on the first floor and had a ‘wonderful’ view of a WALL!!. Floors above me had views of the pool and Medano Bay.
Usual, albeit, soft pitch for timeshare purchase.
Bellman was almost useless. He said the fridge didn’t have ice and we had to get it from housekeeping. Wrong on both fronts. There was an ice machine, 2 floors away, and 2 ice cube trays in mini fridge. He didn’t show us how to work tv or AC.
Water pressure in toilet was AWFUL!—multiple flushes.
Limited kitchen—2 burner plates, one microwave [in Spanish].
No laundry in room. No launderette in facility. Had to outsource them, albeit reasonable[126 Pesos/bag]. NO fitness center , that was outsourced also.. No paper towels! Realy? Had to pay $5.40 for a roll.
Generally speaking the pool is small.
Ate in restaurant once. Food was good, not great. Waiter had hard time comprehending what we wanted to eat.
Comfortable ‘futon-like beds’ on beach. Didn’t cost extra. But to insure that one was available one had to call the night before. On Thursdasy I did. On Friday I go to the stand and give my name. He mentions the wrong name. I said no. He asked who I spoke with. I couldn’t remember. “Sorry I don’t have your name”. I said ‘that’s not my problem’. He says “That’s not my problem either”. THAT got my Irish up. I said “ I don’ t understand your surnames, I don’t speak Spanish, and I don’t understand you accent’. I did my job, now do yours”. With an attitude he said ‘gp pick one’.
Usual beach vendors selling trinkets.
Not very handicap accessibile entrance. Might be one somewhere, never saw it.
They charged me for 2 bottle so water in the room, yeti left 8 from an used case.
And they ‘charged’ 57 pesos per day for a ‘Childrens Foundation’.
UBER is popular and VERY inexpensive. Only 45 pesos to Walmart or Marina.
Maid service was very good[after tipping up front].
Bottom line: I will not be back here.