We have stayed there many times. Large rooms, comfortable beds, beautiful baths. Built with native stone and hand-finished beds. Coffee pot in room. TV with a few English stations. Walled, secure parking with space for PU and trailer. Friendly clerks. Mama Espinoza's is 2 doors down for breakfast. Gas station on the other side. Prices for the new rooms start at 450 pesos. Don't stay in the old rooms!! Ask for the new rooms. The old rooms are only 200 pesos but seriously, they are OLD and in poor condition.
My ONLY complaints:
Weak internet but does work.
We made reservations once that were given to other guests. The clerk was apologetic and made us reservations at the "Hotel Tourista" which was completely acceptable, cheaper but not as nice. I'll review it also.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- All our rooms have king size beds, AC, heating, Satellite Color TV (HBO, Cinemax, Hallmark, etc.), free Internet Access, WiFi HotSpot, in-room phone service, amenities including coffee machine and bottled water, laundry services, 24 hour front desk and security services with video surveillance cameras, secure parking lot, 24 hours hot water showers and many more services. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Bajacactus Hotel El Rosario
- BajaCactus Motel El Rosario, Mexico