The room we had - a one-bedroom suite with a full kitchen and an ocean view - was over-the-top beautiful, with many stunning handcrafted details like pebble mosaic floors. Nice touches, like having mariachis greet you as you check in. But the food is nothing special, especially considering the price. You are in between two towns, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, there are no stores or restaurants within walking distance. Just an issue to be aware of, and there are no inexpensive restaurants at the resort. Seems a bit ridiculous to pay well over $100 for a simple lunch for 3 people from the lunchtime taco bar (that is without drinks). Be sure to walk around the resort and find all of the restaurants, the very charming and fun speakeasy bar and classes like yoga available, because the butler/concierge types do not do a good job of informing you of these amenities. Oh, and the speakeasy has a large cover charge on the weekends, but not on M-W, so that is another good thing to know, it's definitely worth checking out.