- Reviews: 483
There's lots...: Ensenada
I’ve stayed randomly at couple different motels around Ensenada. Rule of thumb - the more center to the main area, the higher the prices. I usually stay one or two streets/blocks off of the main touristy area and pay around $20 to $25 a night, sometimes with a full kitchen attached! In the center part of Ensenada you will probably pay around $40 to $60 a night. The main trade off is if you have a (nice) car or not. The central places usually have locked gates for the cars, but since I never have one there, I never care about that.
- Reviews: 156
Royal Caribbean Cruise ship: Royal Caribbean Cruise ship
Great view on deck or from you statesroom, lots of entertainments and fun activities on board plus great food, mid-night buffet, as many meals as you can eat a day, even though it's kind of free but you'll pay big by gaining several pounds by the end of your cruise.<br/><br/>Excellent service everywhere, you need to pay big time tips too at end of the trip.
- Reviews: 116
Hacienda Don Juan: Hacienda Don Juan
Although it's located in a somewhat dangerous neighborhood (don't go out after dark), the inn's property is kept safe by the owners. It doesn't offer any extras; you can expect a nice bed, a TV set that doesn't work, a sink with water you can't drink, a nice shower and a small swimming pool that you have to pay extra to use. However, it's quite charming in it's own right, is very inexpensive and isn't too touristy. Plus the management speaks English!
- Reviews: 1268
I stayed at a resort that was...
I stayed at a resort that was going to be developed into time-share units by some friends of mine. This is a view of the ocean from the back side of the property.<br/><br/>They had plans for two Palapa bars, a pools, tennis courts but the deal fell thru. But I got to stay there for free.
- Reviews: 1715
Las Rosas Hotel & Spa: Just North of Ensenada
The standards for construction in Mexico are not as strict as in other countries. This, to say that one might be disappointed in most of the hotels built along the route from Tijuana to Ensenada. High expectations may lead to disappointment, however, a wonderful view and the relaxed atmostphere may make up for it. <br/><br/>Coming to Ensenada as a day trip, you might not need a hotel, but as Las Rosas is just a few miles before arrival, it's also a great place to stop for a drink poolside or a meal at sunset before the drive back.
The hotel is nice to look at and everytime I've been there it has been quiet and relaxing.<br/><br/>In the photo, the left side is the dining room and the right side is the piano lounge. The service has always been very accommodating and the views are spectacular.
- Reviews: 262
Days Inn in Ensenada is...
Days Inn in Ensenada is absolutely the best deal in town and it is in the heart of Everything. The number is toll free and it's 1-800-4BAJA04( or in Mexico 011-526-178-3434). They have a nice little pool and an interior courtyard to place your car<br/>$60 US in off season
Good service, cheap and in the heart of everything. I thik it was a little less than $60 for a room. Pretty good when you have four people
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