Nuestro hotel está ubicado en San José del Cabo, a sólo 15 minutos del aeropuerto internacional. Nuestras habitaciones se encuentran equipadas con lo necesario para que disfrute su estancia de negocios o placer. Contamos con internet inalámbrico y servicio de café en su habitación. Desayuno buffet americano recién hecho todas las mañanas y una alberca exterior para hacer su día más placentero. Nuestra ubicación es privilegiada, cercano a centros comerciales, restaurantes, bancos y otros servicios principales en San José. El centro se ubica a sólo 5 minutos al igual que la playa y los principales campos de golf.
Suites Las Palmas comprometido con el cuidado de nuestro planeta, realiza buenas prácticas ambientales: Para el ahorro de energía se tienen armonizadores, focos ahorradores y foto celdas. Igualmente contamos con paneles solares para calentar el agua en habitaciones y alberca, además de una correcta práctica de reciclaje.
Dirección 1: Carretera Transpeninsular KM 31 , Col Magisterial
Ciudad: San José Del Cabo - Baja California Sur
Código Postal: 23400
Contact Name: Claudio
- Equipos Audio / Visual
- Cajero automático (ATM)
- Almacenamiento de Equipaje
- Servicios de Fax
- Servicio de Lavandería
- Salones de Reuniones
- Servicio Fotocopias
- Room service
- Caja Fuerte en Recepción
- Outdoor Swimming Pool
- Event Terrace
- Business Center
Políticas de Llegada / Salida
Esta propiedad tiene las siguientes tiempos y políticas de check-in / check-out.
Late Salida Hour: 18:00
Late Salida Fee: 50%
Check out después de las
Políticas de Cancelación:
Cargo Parcial - Valor de la Primera Noche - Si cancelas hasta 1 días antes de la fecha de llegada
Sin Coste - Si cancelas hasta 2 días antes de la fecha de llegada
Términos y Condiciones
ARTICLE 1. REGISTRATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF THE GUEST.
It is an unavoidable obligation of the guest to register by personally filling out the
check-in record or card used by the hotel or by signing the guest book. If the
guest comes with a group, the person in charge will fill out the cards or hand over
lists that meet the requirements. The hotel will deny lodging to any guest who
does not comply with these requirements, and has the right to ask for the applicant's
identification as well of those in his party.
ARTICLE 2. LODGING TIME.
The guest, in agreement with the hotel, will specify on the registration card the
number of days he or she will stay at the hotel. As far as the lodging contract, a
day is a unit of time, counted from check-in at 15:00 h until the time of check out,
which is set at noon of each day. There will be a 30-minute allowance and if
guests stay longer, half rent will be charged until 18:00 h, time after which full
rent will be charged. The first day of lodging is understood as complete if check-in
takes place before 6:00 a.m.
ARTICLE 3. GUEST OBLIGATIONS
It is the guest’s obligation to promptly pay the bill as per the hotel’s request.
Advance payment can be required, to the hotel’s convenience.
Guests can guarantee payment by means of a cash deposit, a coupon or a credit
card voucher accepted by the establishment.
The rate for the service is established on the cards, which rule the hotel and have
been previously authorized by the Tourism Ministry.
Failure to pay when required is considered breach of contract, and management
may call on the public force to demand the room to be vacated and may retain the
guest’s luggage as guarantee.
ARTICLE 4. OTHER OBLIGATIONS OF THE GUEST:
GUESTS ARE STRICTLY FORBIDDEN TO:
• Make annoying noise, start a fight, bring musicians or pets to the hotel, and in
general, any action that may disturb or make other guests uncomfortable.
• Use rooms for gambling or any other illegal actions that might alter the public
order or break the law or current regulations.
• Use electrical power or appliances for different purposes than those for which
they are in the room.
• Damage the furniture, ornaments or any other property of the hotel by giving
them an improper use.
• Carry out any activity that may result in damage to the hotel or to other
guests, or be contrary to social rules and good behavior.
• No persons other than registered can stay in the room; and in any case, they will
give notice to the administration of any change in the number or identification of
persons originally registered.
• At no given time the number of people staying in the room is to exceed the
capacity set by the establishment (maximum 4 people).
• Smoking is strictly prohibited in the rooms in accordance with standard
ARTICLE 5. ACTS OF GOD
If an unforeseeable event occurs that prevents the guest from traveling or
arriving as established in the reservation, it is up to the hotel to take the reservation
deposit as payment.
The hotel will be not held liable for damages arising from natural events, acts of
god, or accidents such as car crashes, hurricanes, earthquakes, etc., or for
damage or loss of cars parked in the hotel’s parking lots.
For all legal matters, guests agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the proper
courts in the State of Baja California Sur.
ARTICLE 6. OTHER DISPOSITIONS.
• The hotel does not allow the entrance to occupied rooms to any person who has
not been previously authorized by the guest. The guest is not allowed to have
visitors in the rooms (visiting hours 9 to 20 h).
• No cash back.
•Any forgotten objects will be stored for 30 days.
• The company is not responsible for forgotten items in rooms or common areas,
computers, cell phones, sunglasses, passports, wallets, etc.
• If any federal authority requires to carry out an inspection of the room and the
company is unable to contact the guest, it will be up to the hotel to decide
whether to allow the inspection to take place.
ARTICLE 7. LUGGAGE AS GUARANTEE.
Luggage and other goods that the guests bring into the hotel are considered as
its property and can be used as a guarantee for any debt for lodging and other
services given to the registered person (except if the real value of the luggage
does not cover the total amount of the debt) if accepted by the hotel.
ARTICLE 8. BASIS.
The regulations in this document are drawn in accordance with federal law for
tourism in effect and as provided for in the "Rules of Accommodation Establishments"
being mandatory for both the company and the guests.