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Four of us stopped here as we headed south and then again heading north.
$21 for a room. Clean and a decent bed.
Coffee available at 6AM in the office. The restaurant never opened so we crossed the highway for dinner and breakfast at the...More
I've stayed at the Turista Motel five times in the last six years while heading to LaPaz. The rooms are kept clean, the staff is helpful and there is always somebody that speaks some English. There are several restaurants within walking distance if the motel...More
Rooms are well appointed, clean, very comfortable. The management meets all the visitors needs. Situated on the south end of the town away from distracting activities. You won't find a a quieter or more comfortable nights rest at any rate.
We have visited Turista Motel frequently since our last review. The hotel is still impressively-well managed. The rooms are clean, the beds comfortable, and the showers are clean with lots of hot water. We would recommend this hotel highly
The owner Maria, is amazing. Our daughter & her husband stay here when driving the Baja.
We wanted to drive down too but we needed a handicap bathroom. Our kids asked Maria if she could have wider doors installed to make the bathroom usable for...More
Do you allow pets? My husband and I travel with our 2 dogs (Scottish terriers) who are well-behaved and used to staying in hotels.
December 13, 2014|
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Response from Yukonite | Reviewed this property |
I can't really answer. I suspect that if doña Beatriz saw your dogs, and if she felt that they were indeed well behaved, she would probably allow it. The only other option, of similar quality, would be the "BajaCactus... More
I can't really answer. I suspect that if doña Beatriz saw your dogs, and if she felt that they were indeed well behaved, she would probably allow it. The only other option, of similar quality, would be the "BajaCactus Motel", next to the sole Pemex station, but I'm not aware of their pet policy either.
There is another, but considerably more humble, Hotel Sinahi. They would probably accept your dogs. Their restaurant is one of the better ones in El Rosario. We normally eat there. The owner, don Armando, is exceptionally friendly and helpful.
Hope you have a great time in that wonderful part of Mexico!