|Description||Location. Etched into a craggy mountainside, Fiesta Americana Grand is located on the grounds of the 1,800 acre Cabo del Sol golf development between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. Downtown Cabo San Lucas is located less than eleven kilometers from the hotel. |
Hotel Features. Rosato Ristorante offers sea view terrace seating and features culinary temptations such as grilled sea bass with tapenade. Viña del Mar Café & Restaurant serves buffet and à la carte breakfasts and dinners that include seafood, pasta, chicken and steak selections. Additional eateries include the poolside Bikini Bar. A business center contains computers equipped with high speed Internet access. Three heated freeform pools and a swim up bar offer year round recreation, with a fourth pool reserved for guests of Grand Club Rooms. The main pool features an infinity edge and a toddlers' area. A round fire pit that overlooks the Sea of Cortez provides an intimate setting for stargazing, while a nearby telescope affords magnified views of the sky's canopy. The resort's health spa offers international massage therapies and beauty treatments, and contains saunas, steam rooms and spa tubs. The spa also contains a fitness center equipped with cardiovascular and strength training machines. The children's club provides complimentary supervised activities for children, ages 5 12. Family activities include Spanish and cooking/cocktail lessons.
Guestrooms. This Mexican resort offers 384 guestrooms and villas that extend onto furnished balconies or ground floor terraces with views of the Sea of Cortez. Ceiling fans augment air conditioning. Bathrobes and slippers provide leisure time comfort. Bathrooms contain wood and marble vanities, marble lined stall showers, separate tubs and blue glass accessories. Décor highlights include marble floors, blonde wood furniture, wrought iron lamps and cushioned rattan reading chairs.
Expert Tip. Evening candlelight and live guitar performance create a romantic mood after dark at the lobby bar while a cigar maker also uses the bar as a base for selling his aromatic wares.