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An oasis lined with unspoilt beaches
An assortment of activities to partake in to enrich your stay
Breathtaking views of both the mountains and the ocean
Great proximity for whale watching
A family-owned hotel giving it a lovely home-from-home feel
Baja California is characterized by a mild year-round climate, which makes it the perfect getaway anytime of year. Summer (April to September) brings heat and humidity coupled with the threat of hurricanes (September and October). Some restaurants also closed during these months. Winter (December to March) brings more pleasant weather and tourist crowds. This is also when the whale-watching is at its best.
Within easy reach of Loreto's beach, Posada de las Flores Loreto is a charming, family-run hacienda-style property providing comfortable accommodation and a welcoming atmosphere. There are just 15 rooms, each featuring antiques and local crafts.
Posada de las Flores Loreto is a traditional rose pink hacienda-style hotel, conveniently located on the town plaza of Loreto and a short stroll from the azure Sea of Cortez.
The hotel is styled in the fashion of an authentic Mexican mansion, complete with original wooden floors, impressive stone arches and colonial style decor. This charming hotel has just fifteen rooms, each named after a different flower and decorated to match. The five suites all boast views over the town plaza and feature a range of antiques and local craft pieces which add to the property's charm.
Posada de las Flores has its own small rooftop pool and terrace, a pleasant haven after a busy day of taking in the local sights. Complete with sun loungers it is the ideal spot to watch the sunset as it dips behind the spectacular La Giaganta mountains in the distance.
Posada de las Flores has 10 standard rooms and 5 junior suites. Each are striking with a nod to colonial Mexican style and rich in historic character. Each room comes complete with air conditioning, digital TV, complimentary WiFI access, mini bar and unique Talavera bathrooms.
Posada de las Flores Loreto's Standard Rooms are decorated with handmade traditional wooden furniture and crafts. Interiors also include air conditioning, complimentary wifi, a television and en suite bathroom.
Posada de las Flores Loreto's colourful Junior Suites feature handcrafted furniture, premium bedding, authentic local art, and a comfortable seating area. Rooms interiors also include air conditioning, complementary wifi, minibar, cable tv, and unique tiled en suite restrooms.
The hotel has a boutique and spa, open from Monday to Saturday.
Your expedition begins in the pretty town of Loreto, where you'll meet your naturalist guide who will accompany you for the next week. In the afternoon, get off-the-beaten-track exploring Mission of San Javier.
Spend a second day exploring the Loreto marine park in the Sea of Cortez, again going in search of blue whales and an array of other marine life including manta rays and dolphins.
Today wake early to get on the desert road to drive to the Bay of Magdalena for an unforgettable encounter with Gray Whales and their adolescent calves. They have made the longest migration of any mammal on earth to breed here of over 20,000 km!
Few marine areas in the world can compare with the richness of life found in the Espiritu Santo Islands just off the coast of La Paz. Akin to a Galapagos experience, your full day trip out to the islands will be a highlight of the expedition!
The hotel is located in the main square in the heart of the historical centre of Loreto and just moments from the beach.
The hotel is 10 minutes from Loreto International Airport.
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