About Sea of Cortez Beach Club
The 30-room, oceanfront Sea of Cortez Beach Club offers modern accommodation and access to snorkeling and scuba diving equipment, and is located close to San Carlos Golf Course, Nacapule Canyon, and the Delfinario Sonora.
Each air-conditioned room features a balcony, TV, DVD player, free Wi-Fi, iPod docking station, writing desk, refrigerator, blackout drapes, hair dryer, iron with iron board, stovetop, microwave, and private bathroom with shower and tub combination.
The Sea of Cortez Beach Club offers a 24-hour front desk, outdoor pool, library, spa, free Wi-Fi in public areas, free parking, elevator, multilingual staff, concierge services, and laundry.
La Palapa restaurant serves breakfast and Mexican cuisine. Drinks are available at the bar. Room service is available at select hours.
Frenchie's Cove and Delfinario Sonora are located close by, and Martini Cove, Catalina Island, Double Point, Eagle Rock are popular diving sites that offer scenic sunset views.
Several guests love that the nearby beach front has several shops and cafes, and note that activities such as kayaking, diving, windsurfing, golfing, hiking, and parasailing are available nearby. Others add that eco-tours can be arranged by the front desk, and appreciate that the nearby mountain bike trails are popular.
Friendly and professional staff
Many guests appreciate that the staff are friendly and have knowledge about local attractions. Others add that the front desk staff are well trained and professional, and go out of their way to ensure that guests' requests are handled, and note that bookings for nearby tours and excursions are handled promptly.
Several guests note that the pool area is clean, the water temperature is comfortable, and there are ample sun loungers and parasols present. Others add that the water is clean, the area is spotless, and love that the serene and peaceful atmosphere.
Rooms are noisy
Some guests mention that there is a lot of noise from the adjoining rooms, and note that the property is crowded during the peak season. Others add that the room walls are thin, and suggest that light sleepers pack a pair of earplugs.
Wi-Fi does not work
A handful of guests note that Wi-Fi does not work in the rooms, and the Internet connection is slow and often drops. Others note that Wi-Fi in pubic areas is effective, and appreciate that staff are helpful and requests for repairs are handled on an urgent basis.
Restaurant busy during peak season
Some guests note that the restaurant is busy during the busy season. Others add that the large crowds provide an opportunity to network, and appreciate that management handles large crowds efficiently, and requests for reservation are handled on a priority basis.