Loreto is not the most fascinating town, but if you're going there this is the place to stay. It's friendly, charming, tidy, pretty, and quiet. For $80-90/night you get your own little free-standing apartment (the "cabana") with full kitchen looking out on a pretty little pool area with plants. Headman Stephen couldn't be friendlier or more helpful. You're a five-minute walk from downtown and another five-minute walk to the beachfront. I suppose you might prefer a more authentic Mexican experience, but we didn't. We stayed here, left for three days, and came back, and found ourselves really looking forward to returning. It's that pleasant. Upkeep and cleanliness are faultless. Free library of VHS's (really) to use in the in-room VHS players. Spotty but existent Internet connection. The "heated" pool is heated to above-cold, and it was cool and windy when we were there, so it was tolerable, but a hot tub it is not. Don't panic when you see the location--it's down a dirt alley, but that doesn't mean anything in Mexico. The place is so friendly you'll get to know your fellow guests.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our quiet and secure location is around the block from the marina and public beach. Located only three blocks to the town square, shopping and dining is just minutes walking distance away. We have eight individual cabanas surrounding a patio with pool and barbecue. Each cabana has air-conditioning, full kitchens, stove, microwave, fans, hot water, VCR's with complementary videos and covered patios. With daily and weekly rates, Coco Cabanas will accommodate any vacation budget. This description is based on information provided by the hotel. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Coco Cabanas Loreto Hotel Loreto