Stay at Posada de las Flores, Loreto
This boutique hotel in Loreto has just 15 rooms and is located right on the main plaza, just 600ft from the sea.
Posada de las Flores, Loreto, Mexico
This boutique B+B hotel in Loreto has just 15 rooms and is located right on the main plaza and just 2 blocks from the sea-front.
The hotel has been converted in to an old Mexican mansion with beautiful dark wood furnishings and Mexican tiled floors. Owing to the nature of the hotel rooms are dark and the standard rooms have no views. The standard rooms all have queen beds or 2 singles with air-con. T.V and ensuite bathrooms. The junior suites all have king beds and are much lighter rooms with a view over the town plaza.
The hotel boasts a pretty rooftop garden, where you will find the swimming pool and breakfast area, with fantastic views of the surrounding area, including the Sea of Cortez. There is a bar and although they do serve continental breakfast there is currently no restaurant at the hotel but you are in the heart of the town with plenty of options a minutes walk away.
Please note as this hotel is located on the central plaza if there are events on-going in town it can be noisy.
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