Club Regina Los Cabos at Westin

Member Rating 4 out of 5 by dlndavid on October 9, 2004

Best Things Nearby:
There is a Jack Nicholas-designed golf course next to the property, but I didn't golf, as this was a dive trip.

Best Things About the Resort:
The architecture of all the Club Regina properties is a spectacular sight to see. The color schemes are a delight to the eye. All rooms have ocean views and balconies. The pools are the infinity type, with a view towards the ocean. A great place to relax and stay cool. The poolside lounges and umbrellas are plentiful and excellent quality.

Resort Experience:
The property is in the hotel corridor, 10 minutes from San Jose del Cabo (SJC) and 20 minutes from Cabo San Lucas (CSL). The timeshares all have ocean views and are very spacious and nicely decorated. They give you a feel of being at a vacation home of your own in an exotic location.

The surf can be quite strong at the beach, and swimming is not recommended, but we got lucky and had a very gentle surf most of the week and were able to swim and snorkel often.

There were many planned events to take part in, like a Mexican Fiesta with folkloric dancing and costumes from different areas of Mexico. A great selection of authentic Mexican cuisine is served. There is also a seafood night with lobster and so much great seafood to eat. If you like raw oysters, lobster, and seafood in general, don't miss this event.

SJC is a quiet little town with many shops to buy arts and crafts. CSL is a much busier place, with many bars and clubs (didn't go to Sammy Hagar's Cabo Wabo -- maybe next time). There are many beaches and bays to explore and see. The best way to get around is to rent a car, as the Regina is in a fairly secluded area, the way I like it.

Club Regina Los Cabos
Carretera Transpeninsular Kilometro 22.5
Los Cabos, Baja, Mexico, 23400
(52) (624) 142 9000

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