The service was excellent and the amenities were great. The hotel has a great cafe and spa right on the premises. I would definitely recommend this hotel for others. Whether you have a big group or small, they can accommodate you with one, two three and four bedroom suites.
Great view of the ocean and the rooms are spacious and uniquely styled after a condo, so you can enjoy many different amenities of home.
Hotel del Sol was in general a pleasant stay and conveniently located, stayed there with the family and if your are on a budget this is the place to go! So you can enjoy and splurge on activities, shopping and the great food. The Hotel is right on the main street and just 2 blocks away from the beach and across from the Hotel Festival Plaza and Nightlife.
this beach hotel made rosarito famous since the 1920's. As of the present this hotel is still owned by the family (the barbichano family) that made rosarito famous. Most Rosarito and Ensenada Day tours pass by this famouws hotel by the beach to have pictures taken in it and aslso the boradwalk and the 5 mile beach at the back of it. The Rosarito Beach Condo Hotel is the first hotel-serviced luxury resort on the Baja Gold Coast. Just 20 miles south of the border from San Diego is the romantic seaside community of Rosarito Beach. Pristine beaches, Mexican culture, wonderful hotels, fabulous restaurants, and an exciting nightlife.
The 17-story tower has its own private rooftop dining and recreational facilities. One can enjoy fine and casual dining and full cocktail service poolside. A private fitness center and corporate meeting rooms are also available to owners and their guests. the hotel has 280 rooms and 8 floors and they are building a new 500 room condominium beside it.
We haven't actually stayed here, since we own a casa just up the road, but I have looked at the rooms and when in town frequent the restaurant associated with it.
Good location, quiet for the area, nice protected pool and right on the beach. Private Parking, Restaurant at same location.
Back in 2005, we stayed in a 2 bedroom villa, right on the beach in Rosarito. The location was excellent and very private. It was great because my friend and I could just go right to the beach on our own while our parents watched us from the patio of our villa.
There was a pool and jacuzzi available, but we spent most our time at the beach. Just a ways down the beach from where we stayed, we saw people renting horses that they rode on the beach. Locals will come braid your hair for you on the beach too. Our villa was walking distance to restaurants and to the main hotel on the same property.
This is the oldest, largest and most famous of Rosarito hotels. It was the opening of this hotel that made Rosarito a destination for the Hollywood elite in the 1930-50's. Although not attracting the rich and famous these days it still is the classiest place in Rosarito
Las Rocas features a breathtaking oceanfront setting, a diversity of accommodations, an award-winning restaurant and some of the finest hospitality in all of Baja.
Here peace and privacy are prized above all other commodities. Relax in the newly remodeled full service spa, or by one of the uniquely designed infinity pools on the cliff overlooking the Pacific.
Sip on a margarita while lounging on your private balcony watching your 180 degree ocean view, and let the pressures of the outside world float away.
Some of the features include:
All second floor, have 2 queen size beds, sitting area with sofa, fireplace, private balcony, refrigerator, microwave, sink, and coffee maker.
Fully equipped Spa and exercise facility (for a minimal fee)
Outdoor pools and jacuzzis
Restaurants and lounge
All air travelers will be required to have passports - including U.S. citizens returning to the U.S. by air from throughout the Western Hemisphere - on January 23, 2007.
A qualified travel document will be required at all land border ports-of-entry prior to June 1, 2009. But no exact date is set.
This apartment was lent to us by a wonderful friend for a week in Rosarito. Many of these apartments are for rent for vacations.
The view from our apartment was fantastic. We overlooked the Pacific Ocean and would fall asleep and awake to the waves crashing onto the shore.
For less than the price of a nice hotel, you can stay in a condo with your own balcony view of the ocean and your own kitchen.
I stayed in a friends' condo and had a lovely time so I decided to post here to share the great place. Their website is: http://www.geocities.com/jollacondo/
It is right on the beach! you walk downstairs, pass the pool, and you're on the beach! It has a great view of the beach and is a 5 minute walk to downtown. This is great if you want to be a little removed from the noisy nightlife (which can last to 5am in the morning) but still be walking distance to it! Very romantic and scenic.
The Rosarito Beach hotel is one of the first, one of the biggest and one of the nicest hotels in Rosarito. There is great night life here for singles as well as for those traveling with their family. Kids stay here free, theres a Mexican Dance Show and when you check in you are greeted with free strawberry margaritas (just one). The restaurant here serves realy good food both Mexican and international cuisine. The hotel sits on the beach and theres tons of activiteis to do, especially in the summer time.
I have stayed here on a few occassions and have been satisfied with the rooms and the service. Even when I havent stayed here I have come to hang out at the bar with friends or to hang out on their beach, listen to music or eat here.
It can be a very romantic stay or a wild and crazy one... your choice.
The condos at La Paloma are definately geared toward family travel. Thats why i love coming here. The condos are neat and clean. They also have a kitchen, washer and dryer and everything you will need to cook with in the kitchen.
Outside near the restaurant you will find a playground with swings and slides for the kids. There are four pools and two are heated for night time swimming. In the main club house theres is a steam room, one for men and one for women. There is also pool tables and a recreation room and a gym.
There is also private access to the beach where you can see the pier. In the reception area you can rent the latest movies either on dvd or vhs and take it back to your room.
If we come to Rosarito and stay the night, we usually stay here. the place is very clean, has four outdoor pools and spas, three tennis courts, gym with massage room and saunas, three clubhouses and recreational rooms and on site cafe and convenience store.
The condos are decorated with local decor and the rooms are spacious and comfortable. Each room has its own bar-b -q pit and balcony.
Theres also some of the best views of the beach from this location.
I have stayed at quite a few different hotels in Rosarito and this is my favorite.
Rosarito Beach Hotel for the older, classier, more reserved tourist.
Festival Plaza for the younger, more outrageous tourist!
A single room will run you from 70 to 100 American dollars depending on the season. Other rates and accomodation may go up to the 200 dollar range. Please call ahead and double check so that you aren't caught monetarily off guard. It's also highly recommended to reserve your rooms.
Festival Plaza attracts hordes of young people that are out for a good time. Festival Plaza counts with many restaurants and bars throughout it's premises. The ever present party ambiance is contagious, pretty soon you'll find yourself letting go of your inhibitions. As an added perk, Festival Plaza sometimes hosts great concerts and is right smack in the area of all the happening clubs in Rosarito Beach.
The Rosarito Beach Hotel is this beach destination's historical landmark hotel. It's heavily guarded so you will always feel safe here. This hotel too, has many restaurants and bars. This hotel tends to attract the older crowds, or those who need a relaxed yet entertaining stay at a high quality hotel. The hotel counts with a great many added luxuries that you may enjoy at an added expense, but most importantly, the hotel is right on the beach
Mision Calafias is a historical landmark. It is one of the Spanish mission by the shore.
Rooms start from $55- $165 depending on season and availability
Beautiful rooms. The hotel includes a restaurant, spa services,bar, club,and a church.
I've only had dinner here and spent many evenings dancing to the rhythmatic Latin sounds, but I know that sometimes they offer weekend packages for as little as $49.00 per person per night. This hotel is considered the Grand Lady of Rosarito. This old and gracious hotel is full of history and full of life. It would be a wonderful place to spend a few days especially if your goal is relaxing and having a good time.
Built in 1925 it has attracted the elite of Mexico and soon became the favorite place for the rich and famous of the USA and other countries. Especially it was a favorite place for the Hollywood crowd who came south for the gambling and alcohol, which was illegal at the time in the USA.
Over the years there have been expansions and renovations, but the "old world charm" of this hotel has remained while bringing it into 21st century Mexico. This hotel can be a wonderful romantic get-away.
The sign above the entrance reads: "Por esta puerta pasan las Mujeres mas hermosas del mundo"
"Through this door pass the most beautiful Women of the world.")
I was 18 years old the first time I walked into this hotel--only for dinner and dancing--my date stopped, pointed to the words, put his arm around me and said, "And you are one of them." What a generous creature he was. It was one of the most romantic moments in my life! (Guys take a hint, a simple gesture like this works wonders! Or Not!)
Situated on the beach with a very long pier the days can be filled with surf, sun and sand while the nights can be filled with dining, dancing and what ever else you'd like.
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