Overall, we had a wonderful stay at Zadun, and would likely return. The property is beautiful and well-situated, taking advantage of the hillside to afford excellent views. The staff and service are excellent, as one would expect at this price point. The hotel also does little things like host complimentary stargazing sessions and such to entertain guests, which was very nice. A few notes for people as you make plans:
The food throughout the resort is solid Cocktails are nothing special and priced upwards of $25. This adds up quickly. The signature restaurant, Humo, did not impress. For two people to eat here (with two cocktails total and no other alcohol) cost $450. The food was good, but not as good as other places we ate at in the town of San Jose Del Cabo itself for half the price. In other words, get off the reservation. The restaurant, Equis, was our favorite on property, though El Barrio is also great as the everyday eatery.
I felt somewhat misled by pictures of the beautiful beach, given that the water is unswimmable due to rocks on the shoreline. I’m sure this is written somewhere on the website, but I didn’t see it. Granted, this is the case for most of Cabo, so if you want to swim in the ocean, you probably need to stay at the Montage, which was a very similar experience to Zadun.
Ubers are easy to obtain, so take advantage to go into San Jose.