Pros

  • Gorgeous beachfront location set into the cliffs with lovely beach
  • Colorful adobe architecture offers beautiful sea views from most public spaces
  • Bright studios and suites have in-room whirlpool tubs
  • Some suites have separate living rooms, kitchenettes, and private furnished balconies
  • Four outdoor pools include a scenic infinity pool, adult-only pool, and family pool
  • Two restaurants have scenic views and serve Mexican and international fare, plus two bars
  • Spa offers massages and other treatments
  • Kids' club
  • On-site shop sells snacks, drinks, souvenirs, and sundries
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Cons

  • Daily resort fee added to rates
  • Pushy/annoying time-share pitches
  • Little of interest within immediate walking distance
  • Units without kitchenettes lack mini-fridges/minibars and coffeemakers
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Bottom Line

Scenically set into the cliffs and offering gorgeous sea views, the picturesque setting of this mid-range hotel is its main highlight. The landscape is showcased from most public spaces, including the infinity-edge pool and two restaurants that offer alfresco dining. There are three other pools here, including pools for adults and for families, plus a kids' club and spa. Bright, simply decorated studios and suites have whirlpool tubs, while one- and two-bedroom suites add kitchenettes, living rooms, and private balconies. Units without kitchenettes lack some basic amenities, however, like minibars/mini-fridges and coffeemakers. Other nuisances include annoying time-share pitches and a daily resort fee that covers Wi-Fi and housekeeping. For something with more features, the Royal Solaris Los Cabos offers more dining options, activities and evening entertainment, and a water park.

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Amenities

  • Fitness Center
  • Internet
  • Pool
  • Spa

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Club Regina Los Cabos

Scene

Attractive mid-range resort set into the cliffs overlooking the sea

Occupying adobe-style buildings, this mid-range resort sits on gorgeous beachfront grounds that overlook the Sea of Cortez. The peachy/orange hues of the buildings mirror the surrounding terrain and permeate inside, where most of the airy common spaces let the outdoors in thanks to partial open-air architecture. The lobby is full of clusters of wicker seating and offers guests a first glimpse of the sea when they check-in. Dining spaces have a similar look, with a simplicity of decor that allows for the scenery to take center stage.

And the scenery is the highlight here, after all. Gorgeous sea views unfold all around, with cliffs tumbling into the water and a beautiful stretch of sandy beach sitting at the foot of the property. Well-maintained grounds are studded with cacti and desert plants and the hotel's swathe of green lawn stands out against the earthy orange surroundings.

Guests are mainly American families and couples on vacation, particularly those seeking some sun and beach time during the winter. Note that past guests have complained of pushy time-share pitches that can be annoying.

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Location

Beautiful beachfront location, a 13-minute drive outside of San Jose del Cabo

The hotel is set into the cliffs overlooking the Sea of Cortez. There are a couple of other hotels and resorts in the area,  including a neighboring Westin. San Jose del Cabo, a charming artsy town full of art galleries and some great dining options, is a 13-minute drive away. Those looking for some nightlife can head to Cabo San Lucas, which is a 25-minute drive away. The hotel is close to several golf courses, including the El Dorado Golf and Beach Club (eight-minute drive), Cabo Real Golf Club (nine-minute drive), Palmilla Golf Club (six-minute drive), and Querencia Golf Club (13-minute drive). Los Cabos International Airport is a 25-minute drive from the hotel, while Cabo San Lucas International Airport is around a half-hour drive.

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Rooms

Bright studios and suites have whirlpool tubs with sea views, plus suites have kitchenettes and living rooms

The hotel offers both studios and suites, which range in size from 441 square feet (41 square meters) to 1451 square feet (134.8 square meters). The rooms are bright and airy thanks to large windows that let in plenty of natural light. Decor is rather simple and spare, with tile floors and white walls setting the backdrop to light wooden furnishings and rustic touches like wood beam columns and chairs with branch details.

One- and Two-Bedroom Suites add separate living rooms with pull-out sofas as well as kitchenettes with dining areas, plus they have private furnished balconies. Kitchen facilities include full fridges, two-burner stoves, microwaves, dishwashers, coffeemakers, toasters, blenders, and cooking-/dish-ware.

Standard amenities include flat-screen TVs, safes, irons/ironing boards, and Wi-Fi, but units without kitchenettes lack fridges/minibars and coffee/tea facilities. Spacious bathrooms have roomy sink vanities with plenty of storage space and large mirrors. They're equipped with walk-in showers, plus have amenities like magnifying mirrors, hairdryers, and individual toiletries. All units also have in-room sunken whirlpool tubs by the windows with sea views.

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Features

Four beautiful outdoor pools, two restaurants and bars, a shop, kids' club, and spa

The gorgeous scenery is the highlight, and perhaps the best place to take it all in is on the hotel's gorgeous stretch of sandy beach. The shore is lined with loungers and some umbrellas. Another highlight are the outdoor pools (there are four), which include a beautiful infinity pool that overlooks the beach and has a poolside bar. There's also an adult-only pool, as well as one for families.

There are two restaurants on-site: Inizio, which serves Mexican and international fare for breakfast (for a fee) and dinner and has a lovely alfresco terrace with beautiful sea views; and the open-air Altura that offers lunch and snacks. There are two bars as well, Bar Vajra and the lobby Magic Breeze Coffee & Bar. Room service is available. There's also a shop that sells snacks, drinks, souvenirs, and sundries. 

Families are catered to with a kids' club. Other features include a spa that offers a number of massages and other treatments. Though there's no fitness center, guests have access to one in the neighboring hotel (for a fee). A daily resort fee covers Wi-Fi and housekeeping and the rate depends on which suite/studio is booked. 

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Things You Should Know About Club Regina Los Cabos

Also Known As

  • Raintree Club Regina Los Cabos

Address

Carretera Transpeninsular km 22.5, San Jose del Cabo 23400, Mexico

Website

Oyster Hotel Review

Club Regina Los Cabos

Scene

Attractive mid-range resort set into the cliffs overlooking the sea

Occupying adobe-style buildings, this mid-range resort sits on gorgeous beachfront grounds that overlook the Sea of Cortez. The peachy/orange hues of the buildings mirror the surrounding terrain and permeate inside, where most of the airy common spaces let the outdoors in thanks to partial open-air architecture. The lobby is full of clusters of wicker seating and offers guests a first glimpse of the sea when they check-in. Dining spaces have a similar look, with a simplicity of decor that allows for the scenery to take center stage.

And the scenery is the highlight here, after all. Gorgeous sea views unfold all around, with cliffs tumbling into the water and a beautiful stretch of sandy beach sitting at the foot of the property. Well-maintained grounds are studded with cacti and desert plants and the hotel's swathe of green lawn stands out against the earthy orange surroundings.

Guests are mainly American families and couples on vacation, particularly those seeking some sun and beach time during the winter. Note that past guests have complained of pushy time-share pitches that can be annoying.

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Location

Beautiful beachfront location, a 13-minute drive outside of San Jose del Cabo

The hotel is set into the cliffs overlooking the Sea of Cortez. There are a couple of other hotels and resorts in the area,  including a neighboring Westin. San Jose del Cabo, a charming artsy town full of art galleries and some great dining options, is a 13-minute drive away. Those looking for some nightlife can head to Cabo San Lucas, which is a 25-minute drive away. The hotel is close to several golf courses, including the El Dorado Golf and Beach Club (eight-minute drive), Cabo Real Golf Club (nine-minute drive), Palmilla Golf Club (six-minute drive), and Querencia Golf Club (13-minute drive). Los Cabos International Airport is a 25-minute drive from the hotel, while Cabo San Lucas International Airport is around a half-hour drive.

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Rooms

Bright studios and suites have whirlpool tubs with sea views, plus suites have kitchenettes and living rooms

The hotel offers both studios and suites, which range in size from 441 square feet (41 square meters) to 1451 square feet (134.8 square meters). The rooms are bright and airy thanks to large windows that let in plenty of natural light. Decor is rather simple and spare, with tile floors and white walls setting the backdrop to light wooden furnishings and rustic touches like wood beam columns and chairs with branch details.

One- and Two-Bedroom Suites add separate living rooms with pull-out sofas as well as kitchenettes with dining areas, plus they have private furnished balconies. Kitchen facilities include full fridges, two-burner stoves, microwaves, dishwashers, coffeemakers, toasters, blenders, and cooking-/dish-ware.

Standard amenities include flat-screen TVs, safes, irons/ironing boards, and Wi-Fi, but units without kitchenettes lack fridges/minibars and coffee/tea facilities. Spacious bathrooms have roomy sink vanities with plenty of storage space and large mirrors. They're equipped with walk-in showers, plus have amenities like magnifying mirrors, hairdryers, and individual toiletries. All units also have in-room sunken whirlpool tubs by the windows with sea views.

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Features

Four beautiful outdoor pools, two restaurants and bars, a shop, kids' club, and spa

The gorgeous scenery is the highlight, and perhaps the best place to take it all in is on the hotel's gorgeous stretch of sandy beach. The shore is lined with loungers and some umbrellas. Another highlight are the outdoor pools (there are four), which include a beautiful infinity pool that overlooks the beach and has a poolside bar. There's also an adult-only pool, as well as one for families.

There are two restaurants on-site: Inizio, which serves Mexican and international fare for breakfast (for a fee) and dinner and has a lovely alfresco terrace with beautiful sea views; and the open-air Altura that offers lunch and snacks. There are two bars as well, Bar Vajra and the lobby Magic Breeze Coffee & Bar. Room service is available. There's also a shop that sells snacks, drinks, souvenirs, and sundries. 

Families are catered to with a kids' club. Other features include a spa that offers a number of massages and other treatments. Though there's no fitness center, guests have access to one in the neighboring hotel (for a fee). A daily resort fee covers Wi-Fi and housekeeping and the rate depends on which suite/studio is booked. 

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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner

  • Airport Transportation

  • Babysitting Services

  • Beach

  • Business Center

  • Children's Pool

  • Concierge

  • Fitness Center

  • Full Kitchen

  • Internet

  • Laundry

  • Meeting / Conference Rooms

  • Mini Bar (with liquor)

  • Pool

  • Rental Car Service Desk Onsite

  • Room Service

  • Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space

  • Spa

  • Supervised Kids Activities

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