I called a business friend to meet her at the hotel Aldea Bazar reception, in Puerto Escondido. I was there with my two minor girls. My friend arrived and I took her to a table wick a few feet from the reception desk. The manager who refused to give me her name, out of the blue, stopped and yelled at my friend telling her that she had to pay $200 to seat at that table. She told her that she was very old and dirty and that she was calling the police on her if my friend did not remove herself from the premises. I was shocked. My two little girls started to cry because the manager was yelling like nuts. I gently asked my friend to leave and the manager refused to apologize or talk about it.
This is a lovely, simple, yet tasteful accommodation. The yard and pool is quiet, clean, and inviting with a beautiful view of the ocean. The hotel employees were hospitable and responsive to any inquiry we had. The hotel is located close to some amazing beaches and to a community that offers several options for great food.
Aldea del Bazar is a non expensive, quiet hotel in Puerto Escondid, located in the Bacocho area and near the Bacocho beach. The rooms are comfortable, spacious and clean. The pool area has a beautiful view of the ocean and a perfect spot to watch the susents during Winter. The pool is of a nice size, enough to do some laps if wanted,and sorrounded by an always well kept garden. The only aspect I would say needs to be improved is the restaurant & bar service at the pool area.
Tripadvisor booted an earlier review so here goes again. We stayed at this hotel about 5 years ago. There used to be an agreement with the resort below this hotel with beach frontage - hotel users could use the beach and dine in the restaurant.. No more unless you pay a cover charge - even to eat in the restaurant. The hallways of the hotel are very dark and it's hard to get the key in the door lock. A waiter at the hotel restaurant appeared to try to shortchange us when he brought back our change which was 100 pesos short. He did give us the missing 100 pesos after I spoke up. We've toured Mexico six years on a motorcycle and never had anything on the bike touched - until we parked it at this hotel. Someone opened a canvas like bag, went through it and left it open during the day. Nothing was taken - probably because there was only rain suits in the bag. Still, despite these issues I might stay here again - the pluses outnumber the minuses.…
this is hotel, though a bit dated, offers large comfortable rooms and a huge pool with ample seating space under shade. definitely a great find for the cost. it is in a quiet setting but not far from restaurants and swimming beaches,. Extremely helpful staff: thank you Moises Romero and Reynalda!