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Club El Moro

Calle Bahia Pichilingue Km 2, La Paz 23010 Mexico
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Hot tub
Bar / lounge
Beach
Hiking
Babysitting
Parking
Free internet
Wifi
Public wifi
Internet
Pool / beach towels
Outdoor pool
Restaurant
Snack bar
Vending machine
Snorkeling
Fishing
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Car hire
Massage
Solarium
BBQ facilities
Non-smoking hotel
Picnic area
Sun terrace
24-hour front desk
Private check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
Ironing service
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Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Air conditioning
Housekeeping
Safe
Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
Bottled water
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HOTEL STYLE
Quiet
Family
Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish
190Reviews9Q+A30Room tips
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Great room, nice facilities. Carlos, Hermes (?) and Julio took great care of us during our stay. Carlos was very helpful with information and helping to organize activities. Great staff, great service. The hotel is at the end of the Malecon and the street is busy but it's quiet in the hotel. The hotel is clean, comfortable and roomy--plenty for the 4 of us. Walking distance to anything located along the Malecon. And if you need a driver/taxi, ask Carlos to call Marcelo--very nice man, reasonable rates, very helpful and trustworthy. There is a ocean view but it is across the street and there is a old shell of a building there. The restaurant onsite, VRENTIN Baking Co., is very good with reasonable prices. Highly recommend it. We really enjoyed it and are looking forward to returning.
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Club El Moro always our favorite Hotel in La Paz Baja California Sur. Excelent service and good location at the Malecon area, very close to the down town. I always recommend this place to stay in La Paz.
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my apartment was ideal for myself felt secure and large enough for 4 people,good facilities in room,bedding clean and changed regularly.Good length of promenade to walk into town. Swimming pool clean but a bit on the cool side for me.Down point was hot tub more like cold tub. Small bar on site with pleasant staff.Will go back to this Club.
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It is difficult to rate a place that is great in many ways... So beautiful, and so very many issues! This hotel is a beautiful jewel wedged between a loud landfill and loud street. There is a huge dump behind the hotel (concrete and dirt, not garbage), which has big noisy trucks all during the day, complete with loud beeping of commercial vehicles backing up. Constantly. (This does stop on the weekends (mostly). ) On the other side of the hotel is the Malecon, and at this far end of town the vehicles are speeding up to roar by. So it is really tough to relax at all during the day, with the constant noise. The staff were all very kind and friendly. The pool is gorgeous, but shallow throughout, great for kids but not much to swim. The “hot tub” (jacuzzi) is not. As each new guest arrives and asks about it, management says they will turn it up, and that it will get warmer later in the day. It never got warmer than maybe 80 F. (27C). Never. Finally after a few days they admitted that it never gets hotter than that. When you ask for pool towels, you are told to check them out and return them for each use.... but often when you go to get one, they say it will be a few minutes because they are in the dryer...(when we finally got some, we just held onto them in spite of the “rule” to turn them in.) Clearly they do not have enough towels to go around. The beds were comfy, with enough pillows. Nights were quiet enough, we could sleep fine with the AC on for a bit of white noise. The kitchen was adequate and we were provided with ice cube trays on request. There were no supplies (salt coffee etc). Each room is furnished slightly differently, and all the furniture is functional and nice to look at, but not comfy for lounging. The hotel is located at one far end of the Malecon so expect a good walk to get to the center. The hotel restaurant has good food and tends to be busy so allow time if you plan to eat there. There was plenty of hot water, and extra bath towels on request. There were not enough plugs (only one available outlet anywhere near the bed), and our king bed had only one bedside table (another room we saw did have a table on each side of the bed). Our stove light was not working when we checked in, took a bit to get a new bulb, then when that did not work, another day till it was fixed. The room lighting is super dim. The ceiling fan had a short pull chain we had to stand on a chair to turn on and off. There were mystery wall switches that did not seem to turn anything on or off. No counter at all in our bathroom, but other rooms did have that. No bathroom fan, and opening the bathroom window was a view to the hall and people walking by. Hard tile floors and heavy wood furniture made loud screeches every time you scootch out your dining chair. We could hear that from adjacent rooms but were lucky to not have anyone do it too much (we also tried not to!) Beautiful grounds, nice staff, but all superficial beauty, not comfortable. So I guess if you only wanted to sleep here and never hang out during the day, it might be a good place. But for us, the many many small irritations just added up to be too much.
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Loved staying at El Moro. The grounds are beautiful and the staff friendly. It's not far, walking distance, to restaurants in downtown La Paz. It's also still at the edgeish of town so easy to jump on the road and head to the beaches in the Balandra area. Great tamarind margaritas. :)
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PRICE RANGE
$64 - $125 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
club el moro hotel la paz, hotel el moro
LOCATION
MexicoBaja CaliforniaBaja California SurLa Paz
NUMBER OF ROOMS
27
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