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Great experience staying in the upper palapa room. Obvious downsides to staying in a partially open air room was there is no AC (didn’t matter because the weather was nice when we stayed) and the clubs down the way can be very noisy at night...More
If you prefer a hotel with lots of amenities, pool, spa, clubs, etc., this is not the place for you. However, if you are a traveler like me who looks for a safe, clean, quiet place to stay then you’ll probably love this small hotel....More
How much you're going to love Cabo Inn depends on what kind of traveler you are -- if you're looking for luxury, peace and quiet, and your own slice of beach, this is not the place for you. Yeah, it's in a noisy area, the...More
Given how developed Cabo San Lucas is, the Cabo Inn makes a welcome and unpretentious base; its low-key, characterful, and homely. The outdoor space is great. There's plants all around. There are two nice communal spaces, a very small 'pool', and a roof terrace. My...More
First, if you are looking for a resort type of stay with room service, this is NOT the place for you. If you're looking for a homey, gorgeous place in the middle of the action yet worlds away, this is the gorgeous place for you....More
There are only common kitchen facilities at the Cabo Inn. My suggestion for you would be to stay where you have a kitchen in your room. There are stores around but like the big ones Wall Mart, Mega, etc. would require a... More
There are only common kitchen facilities at the Cabo Inn. My suggestion for you would be to stay where you have a kitchen in your room. There are stores around but like the big ones Wall Mart, Mega, etc. would require a taxi or local bus which we use. Not sure about the music festival. I think you might be talking about the one in San Jose which is about 20 miles or so.