Los Milagros Hotel An Oasis of Peace and Tranquility right in the Center of Cabo San Lucas.
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Reviewer: A TripAdvisor User, San Jose, CA
If you're looking for a nice, quite place to stay (non-mega-resort) that is central to Cabo, then this is the place! It's a small hotel with a charming courtyard. Has a small pool and is built along the ridge of a hill overlooking downtown and the nearby mountains. Very reasonable (US$65) considering the very nice accomodations, excellent location and pleasant staff. Some of the rooms are larger and have kitchenetts. It's really a jewel!
Hotel Los Milagros is the place Sammy Hagar rents when he's got friends in town - it's just around the corner from all the action of the main strip, yet thanks to a large hill, it's amazingly quiet. There's a beautiful desert garden complete with resident iguanas (absolutely no barbecuing!) and a small swimming pool. The lack of televisions and phones adds to the oasis-like feel, and guests find themselves reading, sunning, or socialising in place of flipping channels. The private rooftop terrace makes for perfect sun-tanning or lounging, with a view of the city below. Morning coffee is served, but those wanting a B&B experience will want to look elsewhere. However, if you're looking for a beautiful, central and unique place to stay you'll find Hotel Los Milagros difficult to better.
Lonely Planet author
sent to Cabo to photograph a wedding and was arranged to stay at a resort
for 1 week. The resort was a terrible experience, I'm not used to being
surrounded by staff waiting on fat tourists lounging by pools all day and
the cheap cologne that they spray through the ventilation was giving me a
I began exploring the town of Cabo as soon as I could escape from the resort. I wandered Cabo for about an hour until I found myself standing in the entrance archway of Los Milagros, somewhat in awe of what I was absorbing.
I stood there first listening to the sounds of birds singing & bathing in a sprinkling water fountain as I moved in further deep soulful lounge music reached my ears... I started to take in my surroundings visually and noticed the incredible attention to detail everywhere I looked... marble, sandstone, wrought iron, a tall rustic brick wall covered in vines with an antique wooden door going nowhere backdrops the tiled pool, giant palms and vines create a rooftop of magenta bougainvillea flora in an open courtyard. An abundance of complimentary earthly textures. The exotic & sensual scent of fresh jasmine intoxicates me, and i see white jasmine blossoms are everywhere, I wanted to be here, i didn't want to leave...!
And Just when I thought that I'd taken in everything a great burst of intellectual energy greets me in the form of a stunning woman. Sandra, the visionary & owner behind Los Milagros was warmly welcoming me into her space. I felt instantly inspired by her, she had just come from a travel magazine photoshoot for which an article is written about her and was eager to get watering her magnificent garden but not before she gave me a quick glimpse into one of her latest exciting endeavors in her back showroom (you'll have to go and see)...
I wasted no time packing up my bags, leaving the resort and moving into Sandra's inspiring garden oasis.
I can't wait to go back next year with my boyfriend so he can share
TripAdvisor reviewer December 2010
TripAdvisor reviewer December 2010
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