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I was really unhappy with my meal.
I had yellow tail with garlic and butter. Colslaw salad with Loreto potatoes.
Everything on my plate was swimming in butter including the salad. The potatoes were saturated with vinegar, they did not taste like potatoes. The fish...More
The first time l stay in this hotel was over twenty years ago.. No much has change..more modern the rooms,with the mostfriendly service.the restaurant on Saturday evening offers great specialties... Clams,,lobster,seafood,all well prepared.the owner signora Anna Gloria welcome you with grace and a beautiful smile..
Hotel Oasis is where we stay in Loreto. It's right on the beach and within walking distance of the historic downtown. You know you're in Mexico, which I like. There is a large, well maintained swimming pool. The grounds are charming but could use a...More
Ocean side was BEAUTIFUL, all the staff of the property were so friendly!!!! The restaurant at the hotel was great, the reservation came with breakfast for two the whole 8 day stay. So many wonderful amenities at Hotel Oasis!
I first stopped at the hotel in 1972 while driving the Baja before paving. The Hotel Oasis
was an oasis. I visited the hotel thru the '70s on my way to teach marine science at Los
Cruces. I was not able to return until 2016....More
US$85 - US$120 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#5 On the Beach Hotel in Loreto
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Mexican hotels rarely have ice-makers. The exception will be all inclusive resorts in the major tourist destinations. Think Cabo and Cancun. If you need ice, buy at a local market. It will have been packaged by the local... More
Mexican hotels rarely have ice-makers. The exception will be all inclusive resorts in the major tourist destinations. Think Cabo and Cancun. If you need ice, buy at a local market. It will have been packaged by the local ice/bottled water company. As an aside, I always make my own ice in Mexico from bottled water I have purchased. I never drink or use other ice. On the other hand, my wife will drink beverages in restaurants with ice.
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"Hotel Oasis is at the end of the Malecón. Weekend evenings the young show off their cars and couture, so..."