NOW ACCEPTING MAJOR CREDIT CARDS!
WINNER! TRIPADVISOR's Traveler's choice AWARD
FOR TOP 25 BARGAIN HOTELS IN MEXICO in 2013 and 2014!!!!
This is a newer Hotel/ Vacation Rentals (2008-9) located near the Marina and the Mission district, near the beach and all amenities. American owned and run to American standards!
See Photo Gallery Page AND Casita rental page for Pictures of interior and exterior of the casitas and Grounds/Pool/BBQ areas.
Go to Calendar page for Availability of Casitas,
however Apt unit may be avail- please email us.
All Casitas are fully furnished and have a VHS and/or DVD player, iPOD or CD clock radios, cold air-conditioning, full kitchens with cooking utensils, large refrigerator/freezer, microwave oven, water cooler, coffee maker, blender and toaster. Filtered water included.
Casitas feature King or Queen beds, futon or sofa, full private bathrooms with great water pressure and HOT water! Hair dryers, all linens, and pool towels are included. Each unit is unique in interior design. Casita 1 has three real beds.
Casita 4 has 2 beds ( one is a futon or regular single on request), Casita 3 has a King bed plus nice Futon sleeper. Casita 2 has a queen bed plus regular single bed on request.
Our Hotel office also houses the free book and VHS/DVD library, and information and activity center, Internet hard wire connection, games., popcorn maker. Wi Fi throughout entire compound.
Our private patio and palapa area boasts a crystal clear pool and Palapa shade area with gas BBQ., tables and chairs, and Mexican rocking chairs to enjoy the afternoon breeze on the patio. Free Wi Fi works great on patio also.
Our location is set back off the street so it's quieter and much more private than Malecon properties. Our complimentary beach Cruiser Bikes and mountain bikes are very popular to get around Loreto.
We have ample parking behind secure gates and Lucy and Sirena- the guard dogs- are on duty 24 hours a day.
We offer 24-hour check in for your convenience.
011-52-1-613-111 - 1614 (mex cell phone) Liz- Owner
Office 613-135-2536 Mexican land line. US number 805-755-5828
2014 rates-- 90 USD per night. plus tax, 1-2 persons, one queen or King bed. Third person 10/night extra/bed.
Call for long term rates! Tax is 16% 15% discount on stays over 10 days.
Please go to Contact Us page for complete contact info or a quick response via email. Or send direct email to firstname.lastname@example.org (copy and paste email address)
Please go to Calendar page to see Available Dates for 2014.
RSVP from US: call USA 805-755-5828 U.S. number- rings in Baja! (Do not Text).
Please leave a message if no answer, we are outside and will return your call quickly! Email answer usually fast!!!
2014 availability: May 12---- 2 night minimum Norra race
SOLD OUT March 1-10 Mar 16-23, April 4-8, 14-15
We Have 1 Casita avail March 10 arrival to March 16 departure !!
The apartment unit may be available when all casitas are booked, call or email to make sure! Go to Calendar Page for calendar type view.
For 2014 Whale Watching Season, we do expect to sell out. Book Early!! Some weeks we are full already.
Last Updated Feb 28, 2014
Delta/ AeroMexico partner flight now flying direct into Loreto on Thursdays and Sundays! Flight 8141 from LAX to LTO less than $200
Alaska/Horizon flies on most other days- Flight number 2601/2602 from LAX.
Book direct with AlaskaAir.com for best rates and availability.
LTO to LAX international airports.
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Loreto is one of Mexico's 65 or so pueblos magicos (magic cities), so-designated in recognition of their heritage, culture and colonial ambiance. What's more, the city edges the spectacular Loreto Bay National Marine Park, which runs along 50 miles of shoreline and juts out 25 miles into the Sea of Cortes, all told covering some 800 square miles.
Out of all the news coverage about violence in Mexico, very little of it bothering to note that Mexico is a huge country with thirty-some states and that:
a) almost all of that violence is narco-related and
b) you can count the number of tourists affected on one hand.
Officially,111 U.S. citizens were killed in Mexico last year, a third in just two cities. Almost all of them were involved in illicit vocations, usually the trafficking of guns, drugs, or people across the border.This is 111 out of close to 8 million visitors, with nearly 1 million of those being part- or full time residents choosing Mexico over the U.S. or Canada. Meanwhile, according to the FBI, "An estimated 15,241 persons were murdered nationwide in 2009"in the United States of America.
You know who else had 111 murders in one year recently? Boston, Las Vegas and Orlando. Are any tourists scared of going to this places? Meanwhile, almost 1,000 U.S. citizens died in Puerto Rico. Nobody running the news desks cares about Puerto Rico or has an incentive to make people scared of Purto Ricans (by nature, they can't be "illegal immigrants"), so this isn't widely reported.