The pool area at Playa Grande is exceptionally well done: at the top level, there is a very large hot tub. A level below the hot tub, just below the waterfall, is the first pool, which is separated from the second pool, which has a swim-up bar, by a double wide walkway which leads to the restaurant/reception area. After the swimming pool with the swim-up bar, is another ADULTS ONLY hot tub, which is followed by an adults only pool. The adults only pool and hot tub look out over the beach to the ocean. A very peaceful afternoon can be spent at that end of the resort listening to the waves break. When the whales are in residence, spouts can easily be seen from the pool/beach area.
Playa Grande was a wonderful place to stay; I can think of absolutely nothing to criticize except that since a part of the resort is still being constructed, there was some construction noise.
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March 16, 2006
From journal Cabo Beauty
by LESLIE OHIO
February 5, 2006
From journal Family Vacation
October 20, 2005
Playa Grande is, in my opinion, the best resort in Cabo. It is away from the noise of the city but close enough to walk to (10 minutes). It offers everything that one could need. The staff is very helpful and generous. Most of the construction is done, except for the new rooms up on the Ridge. We liked the view from the Ridge of the Marina and upgraded.
They offer you great discounts on activities such as fishing, ATV, tours, etc. Take the tour to Todas Santos and enjoy a great meal at Tequila Sunrise Cafe across from the famous Hotel California. Make sure you write your name on the wall like everyone else. We caught a nice 45-pound Dorado and cooked it. We brought the meat home. Make sure you bring your own ice chest down if you go fishing. It is pretty expensive to buy one there. Overall, I loved Cabo and the Playa Grande.
From journal Cabo San Lucas in October
NEW YORK, New York
September 18, 2005
From journal Cabo in August 2005
San Anselmo, California
July 25, 2005
From journal Week in Cabo
Pitt Meadows, British Columbia
April 16, 2005
From journal Just the two of us
October 13, 2004
The rooms are filled with marble. You definitely have enough bathrooms in a room. A one-bedroom suite has two bathrooms and a three-bedroom suite has three. Wonderful bathtubs if you want to soak. A small kitchen complete with pots, pans and dishes. TV's in all rooms with cable. Most of all you can sleep with the sliding glass doors open if you want a breeze and fresh air.
August 10, 2004
From journal Cabo
by Debbie Sanchez
July 29, 2004
Just on the other side of the jacuzzi was a walkway where we went to see the sunsets, and an area with tables and chairs there also and a brick wall on which to sit with your honey.
There are lots of activities in Cabo. The jewelry shops with all of that silver were hot spots for me, and I came home with lots of new silver jewelry. We took scuba diving lessons where we could absorb all of the beautiful underwater scenery.
We went out and rented waverunners and rode them into the Sea of Cortez out to the famous arc for which Cabo is known worldwide. We took a romantic sunset sail around the area, and came back to dine at the beach at this great restaurant that was recommended to us by the locals.
We will be returning there next April to enjoy another week of relaxation.
From journal Getaway in Cabo