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Für mexikanische Verhältnisse das Hotel war schön, aber das Personal war schrecklich. Es war recht sauber Die Aussicht war schön Der Zugang zum Strand war schön Das Einchecken war schrecklich und dauerte zu lange. Die Angestellten waren unfreundlich und nicht hilfsbereit Das Restaurant war nicht sehr gut und der Service war schrecklich Die Betten waren so hart Das Hotel ist laut
Remodel was nice. Licat5
Friendly staff. Nice hotel. Gorgeous view.
Some renovations being done, considerate workers. Nice view, comfortable bed and pillows One central elevator. In office building Very food food at resturant No confortable chairs in room Only 5 TV stations in English, 3 are news Resturant food is expensive, over priced/ Pool not heated Nothing else close by, no with in walking distance.
Fantastic views, spectacular beach and access, and it terrific restaurant\bar next-door with a great happy hour right on the water !!! All the fancier resorts had a lot of fees attached where as Playa Bonita did not charge all those extra fees Through kayak we paid $81 a night The rooms have some issues The drapes are difficult open, the doors squeak, the air-conditioner is very mediocre at best and our dresser drawers did not want to stay closed Probably because of the price it's pretty crowded and noisy on weekends
The room had an odor that made my wife sick. We left two days into a planned four day stay.
Water Staff was unprofessional, guest were so rude loud and party all nite until 5 am running down the halls security unresponsive would not stay there again even if it was free.
Clean rooms , friendly/helpful staff , spa onsite, restaurant onsite , minutes away from the aquariaum beach/front/ access, 24/7 security ! What more can I say There was nothing for me to dislike
This place was QUIET! Loved it! Just my honey and I for a quick overnight trip. This was definitely not the young party crowd which was perfect for us even though we're 30-40ish. More retired couples with grand kids visiting. Location was great, however, it was NOT beach front. Ocean front, yes. But if you want to walk out your door and walk into the ocean, you can't do it here. A 5 minute walk and you can get into the water though.
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No acces to the beach
Good size rooms and great pool area You have to walk on lose sand across a few hotel to get to the beach area.
Service and no deposit
Very nice, clean room with great amenities and excellent location.
a quick walk to the beach. Very nice pools and rooms! Only issue is that no one takes out the trash or makes the beds. I was only there for two nights but I can only imagine if it's bigger family or someone staying more nights what a hassle it will be to clean up.
Everything it was great we plan to go back
It has a great location, walking distance to the beach, 2 to 3 minutes away from the malecon . The rooms are very spacious,clean, just great. I loved the view from the rooms balcony No
Right on the ocean. Views are terrific. Great location, short walk to access beach. Nice pool, good security, gated complex. Walk to restaurants, bars, etc. Vendors bring jet skis and other toys to the beach for rent. Free Wi-Fi & good phone service. You are renting someone's condo, so the furnishings, quality & condition will vary from unit to unit. We had a 3 bedroom villa on the water. Had a great time, nothing notable to complain about.
Location, the staff was friendly and they took our security very seriously. The pillows on the sofa beds (square ones) were very, very dirty. We didn't have enough towels, I asked for one and I was told that we should get it but we never did.
The location and security at the condos made our stay very comfortable No coffee in the lobby so make sure you bring your own.
Close to the old part of town Unique hotel nice ownership air conditioning units were undersized, but we stayed during the peak hot season they didnt serve coffee in bed :)
This place is idyllic. All the comforts of an American studio apartment, nestled in Rocky Point's Old Port. The owner took great care of us, providing tips about the area and making us feel at home. The inn is decked out in colorful Mexican decor and kept very tidy. This an absolute gem. No complaints whatsoever.
The room was small, but used the space very efficiently. There was also a patio space with a beautiful view of the sea. The paint and decor was unique and beautiful, and everything was well maintained. The shower went into a drain in the bathroom floor, rather than taking up a separate space, but everything dried quickly in the coastal desert climate. I had to run the water for quite a while before it got warm, but once it did, it was plenty hot for my shower. This might mean an energy efficient heater with a switch, or a tankless system. I didn't ask. But LED lighting and solar panels suggest a commitment to environmental friendliness and efficiency. The owner was polite and friendly, and although he was not always in the office, we were able to keep in touch by text message. We got lost, and he stayed quite late waiting for us, and was very kind and polite about it. He made sure we knew that GPS might not get us there, and suggested printing a map from Google. This is important! The street names change frequently, and signs are not always accurate or even present. The hotel is right across fom the Plaza de Colosio in Old Port, next to an empty lot with "ocean view lot for sale" painted on a wall. I had to have a local show me the way the first time, but if you print out a map, you should have no problem. The location is convenient to a tourist section of Old Port, with shopping, patio restaurants, pharmacies, bars, frequent live music, palm trees, seagulls, fresh seafood, and ocean views. The people nearby are friendly and helpful. The WIFI was useful, since international data roaming can be quite expensive. This was a great value for the money. It had everything we needed, and nothing we didn't. Parking was listed as an amenity, but there isn't actually a parking lot. Street parking was available, and there is a gravel lot in the rubble of an abandoned building across the street. (Such abandoned structures are common in this part of Mexico, and do not indicate a bad neighborhood, as some Americans might fear.) So it is possible to park your car or truck nearby, but it's not what you might think from the description. Still, no one messed with our van there on the street, so it was fine. It is a border town, so it is best avoided during Spring Break. Since my husband and I look young, street vendors offered to sell us illegal drugs, and tried to pursuade us to come to tequila bars. This is not a reflection on the hotel, of course, but on American tourists who have corrupted this place. Overall, it was a lovely vacation. Navigating Puerto Penasco can be confusing, as street names change frequently, and signs are often incorrect or missing. Bring a map! And don't be afraid to ask for directions, even if you don't speak good Spanish. People here are generally friendly and glad to help, some for tips, many just out of genuine human kindness.