Loreto

Average ratings from our guests:

Adventure

Rated5.0 out of 5

Beach.

Rated4.0 out of 5

Golf

Rated5.0 out of 5

Snorkeling/Diving

Rated5.0 out of 5

Romance

Rated5.0 out of 5

Spa/Wellness

Rated4.5 out of 5

Food/Restaurants

Rated4.5 out of 5

Nightlife

Rated2.0 out of 5

Culture/History

Rated5.0 out of 5

C

The top destination in Mexico for relaxation.

Reviewed by Cindy Lou on May 19, 2017

Our guests rated this hotel 5 out of

Would recommend

Travel date: May 2017

Trip Type: Family

We arrived in Loreto a week ago and may not leave! It's simply one of the loveliest places I have visited. The weather has been gorgeous every day. There's a lovely breeze that blows in from the Sea of Cortez and the desert evenings are pleasantly cool. The golf courses look amazing although we haven't played yet--but we will--soon. Loreto is magical. There are no Cabo sales people trying to hawk everything from blankets to timeshares. There also is not much of a nightlife. This is a place to come and recharge and find peace. The majestic mountains that frame Loreto are awe-inspiring and beg to be climbed. The beaches are gorgeous and if you like anything that has to do with the ocean you will love it here. The Sea of Cortez is calm and kayaking and stand up paddle boarding are very popular. We are staying at a home in Loreto Bay and couldn't be happier. We will definitely return. We may never leave!

This traveller's ratings:

Adventure

Rated5 out of 5

Beach.

Rated5 out of 5

Golf

Rated5 out of 5

Snorkeling/Diving

Rated5 out of 5

Romance

Rated5 out of 5

Spa/Wellness

Rated5 out of 5

Food/Restaurants

Rated5 out of 5

Culture/History

Rated5 out of 5

M

A great "secret" destination in Mexico.

Reviewed by Michelle on Mar 30, 2015

Our guests rated this hotel 4 out of

Would recommend

Travel date: March 2015

Trip Type: Single

Going to Loreto is like travelling back in time. This is the little seaside town before the mega resorts take over. Most of the hotels are small mine had 7 rooms and owned by the people who run them. Loreto Bay is a big expat / resort community about 15 minutes drive south of the town of Loreto, so even though you are staying in a real Mexican town, there is enough English at restaurants, grocery stores, etc to manage. There are lots of great little restaurants and it's the perfect destination for seafood lovers. It is also a very "outdoorsy" kind of place. I met people on kayak trips, bike trips, hiking trips, etc. The town itself is quite quiet and relaxing, so it's not the destination for those looking for nightlife. However, if you want a quiet relaxing vacation, you can often have a beach entirely to yourself. I walked around town at all times of day on my way, with no concern for my safety. This is the perfect destination for those who want to go to see the real Mexico, not just stay in a resort.

This traveller's ratings:

Adventure

Rated5 out of 5

Beach.

Rated3 out of 5

Spa/Wellness

Rated4 out of 5

Food/Restaurants

Rated4 out of 5

Nightlife

Rated2 out of 5

Culture/History

Rated5 out of 5

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