The dramatic lobby of this all-inclusive resort is eight stories above the beach, and every room looks out onto the Sea of Cortez. Cream-colored walls, rich marble floors, ocean views, and abundant art make for an elegant atmosphere in the 420-square-foot rooms. The 14 suites have their own swimming pool and separate entrance. A complimentary minibar is stocked daily, meaning you can enjoy a cocktail on the tiny terrace while admiring the view. As part of the Cabo del
Sol development, the Fiesta offers guests access to the 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Ocean Golf Course, in addition to the luxurious spa. Though the beach is rocky, this is one of the few hotels on a stretch of water that is safe for snorkeling. This is not the place for people looking for Cabo's famous party scene.
May 5, 2009
Just a fair warning about Fiesta Americana in general but it does apply to Los Cabos. My wife and I have a timeshare (FAVC) with Fiesta Americana and were booked for Cabo for the week of 5/10. Because we have kids at home, we decided agains taking the trip because of the swine flu concerns. We called Fiesta Americana to cancel the hotel and they would not waive the cancellation fee or the points that we paid to make the reservation What was so frustrating
was that on Fiesta Americana's website, they have a notice to travelers stating that they'll refund the hotel stay and waive cancellation fees. However, when I called Fiesta Americana, they said that the refund didn't apply to vacation club members. So someone else who was staying at the exact same hotel could get their stay refunded as long as they were not a vacation club member. Seems like a good corporate citizen would at least be consistent with their policy and not rule out certain people just because they invested thousands of dollars to become a long-time timeshare member.