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#9977 - 04/13/04 09:03 PM Questions and Comments for Coral Baja
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#59215 - 03/28/21 03:25 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Forum Host]
Don&Toni Offline


Registered: 07/16/07
Posts: 1
Loc: Washington
WE will be going to Coral Baja in May, booked 2 bedroom unit in Phase 3. Can any one tell me where Phase 3 is located. Over looking the beach/ Back in the back 40 some place? The World Mark Reservations sure can not give me an answer.

Don

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#59209 - 03/15/21 12:20 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Forum Host]
labrosse Offline


Registered: 01/23/18
Posts: 4
Hello everyone, We are heading to Coral Baja for a second time next May and will be inviting our neighbours who are celebrating their 50th birhtdays. We have always stayed in the two bedroom floor level units because of our kids. What is the difference between a one bedroom floor unit and one bedroom deluxe unit? It has been three years since we were there and we are going to book them a one bedroom unit but also want to be close to them. Are there any new grocery stores outside of La Comer and Chedrauj? I would love to find a butcher store for some really good meat while we are there if anyone has any recommendations. We will be renting a car so can drive to find a good butcher.
Last time we were there we went to this small restaurant that had a tree in the middle of it that was five minutes from the resort heading east. Two blocks off the main drag but the food was fantastic and the drinks were extremely cheap. They had a guy all dressed up who was singing while we were eating. If someone can send me the name of that restaurant that would be great. We were eating with all the locals and had a great time!!!

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#59208 - 03/12/21 05:11 AM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Forum Host]
kmahlf Offline


Registered: 03/29/04
Posts: 7
Is there a grocery delivery system available at Coral Baja for essential groceries on arrival if so need particulars

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#59207 - 03/11/21 11:35 AM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: BeckyL]
stephanieb Offline


Registered: 02/10/21
Posts: 1
Becky, did you look into taking uber from the airport vs the shuttle? Wondering if there is much of a cost difference. Thank you,

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#59190 - 02/09/21 02:06 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Erlingheuser]
BeckyL Offline


Registered: 09/26/18
Posts: 3
Went after Christmas 2020 - was beautiful as always! No COVID test required in/out of Mexico/States (not the case anymore).

Pool and swim up bar is open! Must "reserve" spot by the pool day before, but not enforced. People sat, swam, did whatever. Resort was only at 25% capacity, felt like we had the place to ourselves.

Can walk to La Comer & Chedruai - about 5-10 minutes. Walk up, Uber back with groceries. Very easy.

HIGHLY RECOMMEND - take the resort shuttle they offer to/from the airport. The first time we went, we rented a car, and that was a 2 hour disaster. Just don't. This last time, we Uber'd everywhere, including downtown Cabo. So easy, and I think cheaper than renting.

Restaurant on site still operational - great food.

Have a great time!

Becky Lucarelli, Kirkland, WA
Member since 2000
Mariner Village, Long Beach, Seaside, Lake Chelan Shores, Lake House (Lake Chelan), Leavenworth, Birch Bay, Deer Harbor, Camlin, Eagle Crest, Arrowpoint, Coral Baja, Kihei, Anaheim, Dolphin's Cove, Oceanside, Windsor, Victoria, Kingstown Reef, Reunion

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#59188 - 02/03/21 05:19 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: mukanddave]
Erlingheuser Offline


Registered: 02/02/21
Posts: 1
Did anyone reply to your post? I'm trying to find out the same things, going down April 13 if all is open.

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#59143 - 10/20/20 01:14 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: stalberger]
Randi442 Offline


Registered: 07/14/14
Posts: 1
Loc: SF Bay Area
Grocery stores include La Comer (The Eating) and Chedraui across the street. La Comer has all the basics and things like a salsa/guacamole bar, good meats and seafood. Chedraui (across the street) is worth a visit just to see the in-store sushi bar, wine bar and other upscale amenities. Both are a moderate walk from Coral Baja, you may want to take a cab back if you buy a lot and don't have a rental car. There is a less expensive grocery store that the locals use if your Spanish is pretty good (staff at Coral Baja can give directions).
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#59138 - 10/15/20 02:41 AM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: mukanddave]
bthorman Offline


Registered: 01/12/06
Posts: 186
Loc: San Francisco Area
The best way to find out is to call the resort directly.
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#59137 - 10/14/20 09:03 AM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Forum Host]
mukanddave Offline


Registered: 01/05/10
Posts: 8
Loc: Leavenworth, Wa
Are the pool, swim up bar and restaurants open at Coral Baja? Any restrictions due to Covid

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#59009 - 01/19/20 03:53 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: SKing]
Joklein535 Offline


Registered: 12/16/06
Posts: 31
Phase one and phase three have views of the pool/ocean so you are good to go there. I book excursions there. If you listen to their training on your ownership they usually give you something. I was there last year and there is not a high pressure sale, so no worries about that.

There are two grocery stores that are walking distance. La Comer and another one accross the street. You can walk there and take a taxi back.


Edited by Joklein535 (01/19/20 03:56 PM)

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#59008 - 01/19/20 03:47 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Pat Moran]
Joklein535 Offline


Registered: 12/16/06
Posts: 31
no there is not a have bathroom. In the Deluxe there is access from the bedroom and a second door from the hallway. the standard the one bedroom access is from the bedrom only.

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#58995 - 01/06/20 05:55 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: bthorman]
Pat Moran Offline


Registered: 03/25/13
Posts: 3
Thanks for the information

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#58993 - 01/04/20 11:17 AM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Pat Moran]
bthorman Offline


Registered: 01/12/06
Posts: 186
Loc: San Francisco Area
As I recall it just means that the bathroom has a door from the bedroom and the hallway.
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#58992 - 01/04/20 09:09 AM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Forum Host]
Pat Moran Offline


Registered: 03/25/13
Posts: 3
Is there more than one bathroom in the one bedroom deluxe? Specifically, is there a half bathroom?
Thanks

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#58987 - 12/31/19 04:55 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Forum Host]
WMJeff Offline


Registered: 11/12/19
Posts: 4
According to the Gringo Gazette Chris Snell has plans to construct a 181 room hotel with 36 residents and 3 restaurants. Old timers (remember the old coach and Cabo Bill) will remember the trailer park and restaurant that sat there for many years. Expected start date February 2020. For newer folks it is next to Coral Baja.

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#58986 - 12/31/19 04:39 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Forum Host]
WMJeff Offline


Registered: 11/12/19
Posts: 4
2019 New Years at Coral Baja is 1600 pesos and includes dinner,show and fireworks

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#58977 - 12/10/19 05:40 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Forum Host]
WMJeff Offline


Registered: 11/12/19
Posts: 4
What can be expected for New Years celebration at the resort?

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#58956 - 11/07/19 11:04 AM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Forum Host]
amill30 Offline


Registered: 06/15/09
Posts: 2
Has anyone traveled to Coral Baja during the hurricane season? On the website it says it starts in August. I booked a stay for August 6-9th. How is the weather during that time?

Adrian

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#58955 - 11/07/19 06:43 AM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Forum Host]
stalberger Offline


Registered: 03/09/09
Posts: 28
Loc: Walla Walla, WA
We have always brought inflatable pool floaties in the past, are these still allowed? They are just to float around the pool and read.
Also.... where is the closest and best grocery store. We used to always have groceries delivered but cannot find that company anymore.

Thanks... we are excited to be there the end of this month.

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#58943 - 10/23/19 03:16 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: SKing]
DennisG Offline


Registered: 01/30/12
Posts: 33
Loc: Olympia, WA
They have some helpful folks in the lobby that can set up excursions. I have not used them, but I know many others that have and have not had any issues. Know this - you will be asked to do an "update" and if you sit through that (living hell) you could get an excursion or two.
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#58936 - 10/16/19 04:32 AM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: SKing]
bthorman Offline


Registered: 01/12/06
Posts: 186
Loc: San Francisco Area
The phases are the same as the building numbers.
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Resorts visited - Windsor, Solvang, Bass Lake, Kihei, Indio, Angels Camp, Clear Lake, Big Bear, Reno, Coral Baja, La Paloma, Isla Mujeres, San Francisco, and South Shore Lake Tahoe.

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#58934 - 10/15/19 08:09 AM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Forum Host]
SKing Offline


Registered: 05/08/15
Posts: 10
Loc: Florida
I am planning a trip to Cabo for June. I have requested a 1 bedroom deluxe. On site it says that it is in Phase 1 or Phase 3 of the resort. I look at the site map and I am unsure where Phase one or three are, Could someone advise?

Also, excursions... did you go through a company and pay before getting there, or did you wait to get there to figure out what the resort offered?

Thanks in advance.

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#58900 - 08/17/19 07:34 PM Re: Cab ride?? [Re: gwtwfool]
Joklein535 Offline


Registered: 12/16/06
Posts: 31
I have done both renting a car and taking the taxi/bus. I want to say last year it was about 8 US dollars to the closest town/and grocery store. To go to big Cabo i do not know.

Renting a car is easy. I rent from catcus car rental. the cost quoted on the internet includes the mexican insurance. When you get there they may try to get you to go see a timeshare in about 6 times renting the asked once. I just said not interested and off we went. So I wouldnt rule it out. I haven't ever had a problem.

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#58899 - 08/16/19 01:51 PM Re: Cab ride?? [Re: gwtwfool]
bccsrc Offline


Registered: 01/08/10
Posts: 7
I wouldn't take the taxi from the airport to Coral Baja. I would take the shuttle. It's $22.00 per person.

https://www.caboshuttleservices.com/

They have cabs onsite. They will take you to the grocery store or anywhere you want to go.

Have Fun!

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#58895 - 08/16/19 12:57 PM Re: Cab ride?? [Re: Forum Host]
gwtwfool Offline


Registered: 06/22/12
Posts: 6
Loc: Utah
We went a couple of years ago with Spanish speaking friends who wanted to rent a car. They paid and handled it all, so we didn't care. We booked for next year and are taking non Spanish speaking friends, so none of us will speak the language. We don't really want to rent a car. How much is a cab ride from the airport for 4 people? How hard is it to get a cab once we are at the resort to go into San Jose or grocery store? Pricing????
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#58767 - 04/07/19 12:47 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Forum Host]
HarleyLover Offline


Registered: 02/25/06
Posts: 5
We will be heading here at the end of April for five nights; first four in a 2BR PH; last one in a 1BR Deluxe. The unit description says "Hot tub on the deck. Located in Phase 1." I can't tell from the Resort Map what building Phase 1 would be . . . can anyone clarify? I thought I read somewhere that the 2BR PH are all located in Building 1 --

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#58711 - 02/25/19 06:17 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Forum Host]
Joklein535 Offline


Registered: 12/16/06
Posts: 31
This is my FAV resort. I go to Cabo once or twice a year and I always stay at Coral Baja.

Car Rental- There is no problem driving in Cabo. I have done both the car rental and the taxi/bus. My sweetheart loves having the car so we do that. We have never had a problem with driving or traffic.

A recent post had said that there was a lot of loud music. I think I am sensitive to loud noise/music. I do not find the music loud. I happen to enjoy the bingo and the water aerobics too.


There are a few good places to eat that I love. I will update this when I get down there in a couple of days!!

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#58676 - 01/29/19 04:24 PM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja [Re: Forum Host]
pebert23 Offline


Registered: 01/13/13
Posts: 1
We have a two bedroom front building booked at Coral Baja for March 19-28th. Our friends aren't coming now so really only need a 1 bedroom. If there happens to be anyone who has a one bedroom that would like to swap with us we would be happy to discuss. Thanks.

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#58630 - 01/06/19 07:51 AM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja - do's and don'ts [Re: BeckyL]
grantw7 Offline


Registered: 01/27/11
Posts: 28
Loc: Squamish, BC, Canada
We have been there several times but not returning again. Reason: non-stop loud music all day!
Last year and this year we are doing Ilsa Mujeres. They keep the music low and there are times there is no music. There is also no bingo or aquafit class so quiet around noon.
The downside is there is no ocean view which we missed not going to Cabo.
For 2020 we are doing an RCI exchange to Puerto Vallarta to get the ocean view back.
When Cabo was closed after the hurricane we did 2 different RCI locations in Cabo and neither of them had non-stop music so it is not just a "Mexico thing" that must be endured.
Otherwise, I totally agree with the post from Beckyl.
I did the car rental several years ago when the traffic was half what it is today. Would not do it now.
The only thing good about the Walmart was their pastries were better than La Comer.

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#58620 - 01/04/19 07:15 AM Re: Questions and Comments for Coral Baja - do's and don'ts [Re: Forum Host]
BeckyL Offline


Registered: 09/26/18
Posts: 3
Just returned from a fabulous 1st time in Cabo!! Since this was our first trip, I thought it might be helpful for those of you considering a vacay down here. Here is my do and don't list:
DO's
*Go to Coral Baja! The resort staff is amazing and the whole resort is very clean and just gorgeous. Beautiful beach front, awesome pool, swim up bar, on site food, and tons of activities! The pool activity guy is fabulous!
*Book early and try to get Phase 1 rooms. We actually stayed in the back building and it wasn't bad - in fact quieter than building 3 (we also had a room there). Building 3 gets a lot of freeway noise and there is construction next door. We left the fan on in the bathroom overnight to try to drown out the noise.
*Book an adventure through their activities desk. We went to the Arch on a glass bottom boat, and the company was great! 1/2 of my family also did Wild Canyon and bungee jumping. They loved it!
*There are a couple vendors out on the beach, but they are super friendly. Raoul made beautiful bracelets for my kids and Jesse James gave me and my girls a horse back riding experience - right there just steps away from the resort. Very reasonable and super friendly. In fact, I never encountered any pusher vendors there or in Cabo San Lucas.
*Go to Sardina Cantina - just steps away from the resort. Tiny restaurant but the food is great - especially after a full day of travelling!
*Shop at these stores less than 5 minutes away - La Comer, I give 5 stars. Has everything you would find at a Fred Meyer, plus Costco like items (huge bags of tortilla chips (Kirkland signature brand). Also has a deli bar with all the Salsa/Guac fixings you can buy! Just scoop up guacamole, pica de gallo, salsa, and other must haves! Chedraui[u] is also just across the street, just not as easy to drive into.
*[/u]California Ranch Kitchen[u] in The Villages at Palmilla is a must for those who have food intolerances like me. Had many great items for me to choose from.
*DO explore San Jose del Cabo. Great little shops, church, perfect place to walk around and get something to eat. Lots of choices!

DON'T
*Don't go to Walmart - omg, this place is laid out terribly and it was difficult to find what we wanted. Bad choice on our part.
*Don't go to Costco - seriously, we have 4 kids and made our way to Costco in Cabo. It was fine and we could find everything we wanted, but then we went to La Palmer by the resort the next day and it had everything we got at Costco. Why did we do that??? It's a 30 minute drive to Costco and 30 minutes back.
*Don't drive if you don't have to. We rented a car at the airport - which was painstakingly the longest transaction ever. The Worldmark rents cars on site! We could of just done that when we needed it!
*Speaking of driving - OMG, it's crazy how fast people drive down there and zip in and out of lanes. Also, you are on Highway 1, with no merge lane. I don't know how they avoid accidents. The roundabout by the grocery stores is the "Circle from Hell" - this is a nerve wracking event for anyone who drives there. Everything is one way, so if you are driving on the oceanside and need to turn left, you have to go quite a way to turn around.
Also - PEOPLE ACTUALLY CROSS AND WALK ON THIS FREEWAY! It's Crossy Road or Frogger - so dangerous! You can do it - I just wouldn't to again.

We will definitely be back - one of our favorite vacations yet!

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