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The Royal Decameron Los Cabos is located in the south of the peninsula of Baja California on the Sea of Cortez just 15 minutes from Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) and 5 minutes from downtown San Jose del Cabo which showcases the best of Mexican tradition, showing peaceful streets covered with trees, galleries, restaurants, and boutiques, with its center located a few blocks from the sea, a beautiful Spanish colonial style city hall, among other features that are immersed in Mexican culture.

Guests will enjoy a dolphinarium just steps from the hotel entrance, which provides endless fun for families. Take part in a variety of sports including beach volleyball, diving lessons, and golf. Kids will have a daily program available to keep them entertained.

With the variety of restaurants, your cravings will never go unsatisfied. Start the day with a breakfast buffet, or Continental breakfast at El Mercado, which turns into a lunch and dinner buffet later in the day. For midday snacks, visit the snack bar, and for dinner, enjoy several options. Check out the dinner buffet, or visit Suki for Asian fusion, or Luna for Mediterranean.
HOTEL LOCATION
Guests of the Royal Decameron Los Cabos will find themselves just steps from great shopping, and just under two miles from San Jose del Cabo's colonial downtown area.
Address: BOULEVARD MALECON
SAN JOSE DEL CABO


MX
HOTEL FACILITIES
Disco / Nightclub
Pools
Number of Pools: 2
Outdoor Pools: 2     
Golf: CLOSEBY
Los Cabos boasts some of the best golfing in Mexico. A number of courses are located within a short drive of the resort.
Holes: 0
Water Sports on Site
Paddle Boats: Additional Charge
Health Club / Spa
Facials: Additional Charge
HOTEL DETAILS
The all inclusive 4 star beachfront Royal Decameron Los Cabos is 15 minutes from Los Cabos International Airport (SJD). The hotel is just steps away from great shopping and only 2 km from San Jose del Cabo colonial downtown area. Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out: 12:00 p.m.
Total Rooms: 216
Year Opened: 0 Credit Cards:
ROOM TYPES
STANDARD OCEANFRONT
This category faces the ocean and has access to the beach. Coffee and the use of the in-room safety deposit box require a fee, however the resort does provide complimentary soft drinks and water in the room.
1 King Bed or 2 Double Beds Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
STANDARD OCEAN VIEW
Enjoy all amenities offered in the Garden View category, with a view of the ocean.
1 King Bed or 2 Double Beds Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
STANDARD GARDEN VIEW
This category features views of the garden or pool. Please note that coffee for the coffee maker and the in-room safety deposit box require a fee. The hotel does provide complimentary soft drinks and water in the room.
1 King Bed or 2 Double Beds Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Shower
Balcony or Terrace
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
DINING
Royal Decameron Los Cabos features 1 meal plan options:
All Meals, Drinks & Tips
There are 3 Restaurants at Royal Decameron Los Cabos:
El Mercado - At this buffet restaurant, guests may enjoy breakfast from 7:00AM - 10:30AM, continental breakfast 10:30AM - 11:00AM, lunch 12:30PM - 3:00PM, and dinner 6:00PM - 9:30PM.
Snack Bar - Grab a burger during the day at the Snack Bar, open from 11:00AM - 5:00PM.
Luna - This Mediterranean restaurant serves dinner in two separate seatings. Resesrvations are required.
ACTIVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
During the day, guests are invited to enjoy the beach, grab a bite at the snack bar or restaurant, or enjoy a cocktail at one of the resort's bars. Also available are introductory scuba lessons in the pool, beach volleyball, and more!
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
When the sun goes down, guests can turn to dancing in the disco or enjoying nightly entertainment.
Apple Vacations Customer Satisfaction Score
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34 Recommend
34 past Apple Vacationers would recommend Royal Decameron Los Cabos to their friends and family



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TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Great resort for the price
kristynex3, Wasilla, Alaska
Wed May 18 12:42:39 EDT 2016
My husband and I just got back from our stay at Royal Decameron and we really enjoyed it. The staff is wonderful, the food delicious and the entire resort is kept very clean. We didn't mind staying away from Cabo San Lucas because the transfers into town were cheap. Lovely staff & great resort!!! :) More>

Beautiful hotel, lots of stairs
Genna W, Cypress, Texas, United States
Tue May 17 12:23:39 EDT 2016
We stayed here May 12-15,2016. This hotel is great if you get a deal. There is nothing bad to report about the place, but it was just meh. The main bar is only open from 1-11 pm. The food was limited, and would change every two days in the main buffet. Speaking of, the main buffet only allows mimosas to be served between 8-9 am. WTH? Most people who want a mimosa want it more like brunch time. Seriously guys, you need to fix that. Also, avoid the older tall gentleman server. He is grumpy, and will make you aware that he is having to go out of his way for stuff for you.The ala carte restaurant is great for lunch, but never ate there for dinner based on what we saw from the lunch and buffet. The room is a nice basic room, your bathroom door is also your shower door, with a man and a woman in an intimate embrace. Decent toiletries. Mini fridge hardly ever restocked. Priscilla at the froint desk is a true asset to this resort. If you need anything, this is the woman to seek out. She is incredibly helpful, and patient. One last note, we rented a car for the last day that we were in town, and when you bring the car back to the resort, there is a designated place to park for guests. The gate attendant confronted my fiance when we were leaving and told him "you better tip me for watching your car". Normally, he would have, but being confronted like he was, my fiance thought that was so rude. So theres that. Would I go back? probably not. Nothing really bad, just not really anything special or standout other than Priscillia. More>

Great holiday
Claudia Q,
Sat May 14 09:11:49 EDT 2016
This was my first time in this resort and in Mexico. I booked the trip with last-minute deal so I didn't know exactly what to expect. I love it!! It's not a huge resort but it's very clean, beautiful and quite. The room was very clean with nice fridge full of fresh drinks and very good bed! The resort staff are really friendly and ready to help. The food was good and fresh,every night there was a different theme like Italian,BBQ,fish or Spanish..that at the Mercado buffet restaurant,at the Luna Restaurant (a la carte) you have to make a reservation but it's very nice,good food,pool and see view..very relaxing . They have a good Spa too!! I had very good time,thanks! More>

Excellent vacation - late April 2016
shannon7444, Raymond
Fri May 13 11:27:27 EDT 2016
We had a fantastic time at the Royal Decameron Los Cabos... definitely considering on a future trip to Mexico (we go once or twice a year), as we love the area and the small size of the resort. Location: About 25-30 minute drive from SJD airport. Located across from small shopping mall, which includes Subway, Starbucks, and Mega (similar to Walmart). Take a short cab ride or a 25 minute walk into town and visit Habanero’s for a late lunch (only place we visited and the food was amazing!). Then shop and barter with the local merchants for souvenirs. General: • A very affordable, family-friendly resort that is smaller in size. • The resort appeared about half-full or less, which made it easier to get bar service or reservations at the a la carte restaurant. • Lobby was huge and had lots of cushioned seating. Lobby bar was open some of the time. • It used to be an adults-only resort, so artwork on the wall has nudes, but tastefully done. • The grounds were always cleaned, no trash laying around. Staff members were out early each morning cleaning the pool areas. • Wifi was extra charge, so we did not pay to use it. Room • Our room was spacious – it appeared our bed was two queens pushed together, as it was huge. The mattress was definitely firm, but the pillows were great. • Refrigerator was cold, but only restocked every other day. • You had to pay extra for the safe box in the room, which for five days cost us just under $10 USD. • The bathroom was nice – the left shower door also serves as the door to the toilet. • The toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, and lotion) were very nice. Food/Drinks • Food was good – not spectacular, but we could always find things we liked. Mimosas only from 8-9am at breakfast. We also had Baileys with our coffee each morning at the buffet. You could have an omelet made to order. • Plenty of fresh cut fruit and cheeses each day. • The a la carte restaurant Luna was very good – we ate there twice and the menu was the same. • Mixed drinks were somewhat watered down, but how else can you drink all day and survive? • They had Modelo on tap and also had Clamato, which was nice when ordering a Bloody Caesar or other such drinks. • If you order a vodka/soda, be sure to specify ‘vodka and club soda.’ Otherwise you get actual soda pop from the bar and not club soda, which they pour from plastic bottles. • The white wine was okay; the red wine was not good. Our group of eight were red wine drinkers, so we went across the road to Mega and bought multiple bottles to share at dinner each night. Ocean/Beach • Not swimmable most of the time due to huge waves and undertow. • Excellent walking beach – either direction from the hotel, you can walk quite a long way. We walked every morning at 7am and it was beautiful. • Vendors on the beach – a simple ‘no thank you’ and they leave you alone. Pool • We spent our time at the adult’s only pool, which is above the spa and workout room. Amazing views of the beach and ocean from there! The adults-only pool bar opened every day at 11am. The other pool area was not overly crowded and chairs were always available. • No towel cards but you had to provide your room number and bracelet ID number. Activities • Day activities: an activity board is posted by the pool area. • One person from our group used the workout room – small area, but was adequate with some weights and a few machines. • Night activities: there was usually some kind of entertainment, which was decent. • Late night the only bar open was at the disco. Misc. • Bring lots of $1 and $5 for tipping. • We did not go on any excursions. We looked into a morning of golf, but the cheapest course was around $200 per person after fee, club and cart rentals. • The staff was great – most of them extremely friendly and willing to help to make our vacation great. If you are looking for a budget-friendly, small resort with lots of beach to walk on, I would highly recommend the Royal Decameron Los Cabos Resort! More>

Family vacation
Nelsoc3,
Mon May 09 11:30:27 EDT 2016
This hotel was very affordable and the staff was great. They were always talking to people trying to get them involved with events going on. Only downside to this hotel was it is a little trek to downtown Cabo where the night life is and the cost of the taxi between the two was costly. Rooms were clean and stocked with drinks for you and staff was always there if you needed something. Another great thing about this location is there is a Mega store right near by so if you needed to pick up a few things you forgot it was a two block walk. Starbucks was also nearby and the view from the patio there was beautiful. More>



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