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Siesta Suites

At a Glance

    Pros

  • great rates
  • friendly staff really takes care of guests
  • barbecue area great for cooking up the catch of the day
  • free Wi-Fi

    Cons

  • town noise can sometimes be disturbing
  • limited off-street parking
  • pool is small and is surrounded by tables from Salvatore's restaurant at night

Fodorite Reviews

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Siesta Suites Review

The owners keep a close eye on this four story hotel—a calm refuge two blocks from the marina—and dispense great insider advice to visitors. The simply furnished suites have full-size refrigerators, the bedrooms sport two double beds and living rooms have wide padded couches, so if necessary, there's room to sleep quite a crew. Salvatore's Restaurant, an Italian eatery, is situated poolside; it's widely acclaimed by resident gringos in the know. The owners also have a condo on the beach in San José for rent by the week.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Calle Zapata at Guerrero, Centro, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur 23410 | Map It
  • Phone: 624/143–2773; 866/271–0952 Toll Free in U.S.
  • Website:
  • Location: Cabo San Lucas

    Hotel Details

  • 5 rooms, 15 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 08-29-2012

Fodorite Reviews

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    Siesta Suites Review

    The owners, staff and the hotel itself far exceeded my expections! I highly recommend this hotel to people who like smaller properties or who want to experience something other than an all inclusive or big hotel.

    Siesta Suites is small, simple, clean and very safe with the most amazing owners and staff!

    Owners and Staff (Family) and Momma the resident cat!

    To Nancy, Alex, Juan, Roma, Elsie, Rena, Mario and Elizabeth - I will always be grateful to you for your kindness, patience with my spanglish, humour and genuine caring.

    Hotel

    Excellent location - one block from the marina / short walk to endless shops, and restaurants and bars

    4 levels plus a Penthouse

    Lobby/Reception - there's complimentary morning coffee as well as a fridge where you could purchase pop, water and juice
    Internet cafe @ $3 US per hour - 4 or 5 computers (note, it's a spanish keyboard)

    Small library

    1 large sun deck with multiple tables and chairs, as well as loungers and an umbrella, there also a lovely outdoor shower to cool off

    1 small deck above the larger sun deck that has 2 rocking chairs and a BBQ

    Dipping pool at the adjacent restaurant, Salvatores (which also has amazing owners and staff as well as excellent food) but it's surrounded by dinner tables and chairs, no loungers
    No safe in the rooms but you can discuss with Juan or Roma at the front desk

    Courtyard near the entrance with a table and 4 chairs - it tended to be the general meeting place for everyone

    Accommodations

    Super clean!
    Combined living area and kitchen with a couch, end table, kitchen table and 2 chairs, counter with a sink, full fridge, microwave, toaster, utensils and cupboards
    Separate bedroom with queen bed, night table, armoire and tv
    Bathroom with shower (excellent water pressure) and hot water (just not for extended showers)

    The Penthouse - thank you Juan for showing me the Penthouse! It takes up the entire hotel building roof - you have your own private terrace with lounge chairs, a covered patio with a hammock plus a table and four chairs. Inside is a full kitchen, living room, bathroom and bedroom. Note - it's apparently 68 steps to the top...once on the 4th floor you walk up a wrought iron type spiral staircase.

    Grocery shopping
    While I expected to eat some meals in my room, I didn't as food was as cheap or expensive as you wanted it to be!
    About a 2 minute walk from the hotel is a Mini-Super de Gallo which has a good selection of food, drinks etc. at decent prices. There's another Mini-Super about 3 blocks down and one block across that was also good. The Aramburo is a larger grocery store and it about a 5-10 minute walk away. You can go to Mega on the way from the airport in San Jose or stop at Walmart, Costco or City Club as you're coming in to Cabo. Mega was a great store!

    Shopping, restaurants and bars - they're everywhere! Seemingly endless number of shops, markets, restaurants and bars are within minutes from the hotel including some good places to eat on the marina (Tiki has really good food - especially sushi, Baha Cantina, Cafe Canela and Captain Tony's to name a few)
    Crazy Lobster - it's right at the end of the street...good breakfasts ($3/$7) and dinners ($10 NY strip & shrimp) with extremely nice staff. Meals for two were typically under $20 including a beer and main meal. Pollo de Oro - for me this is a place I plan on returning to...great food, inexpensive, off the beat and path - an overall fun experience

    by ODINTHOR, 3/19/10
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    Modest Accomodations & Priced Accordingly

    Clean, friendly, secure, with great in-town nearby marina location. If you are into luxery linens this is not the place for you. If you seek no frills sleeping space & a good shower, this is for you. Would not put more than two adults in a suite style room. Affordable for single or longer stay travelers. Internet access. Social pool approx. 12ft x 12ft sq. Fun open air Italian restaurant & bar in courtyard with good food & good prices. Breakfast around the corner at Mamas. Would stay here again.

    by adventure_traveler, 10/7/07

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