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De Las Flores Loreto, Baja
Posada de las Flores is your reward for
making the journey north from La Paz through the twisting mountain
road which leads from Ciudad Constitucion, a road with no petrol
stations for over 100km! As you descend into Loreto, driving on fumes,
comfort yourself with the thought that the finest hotel in town lies
ahead and that a cocktail with your name on it awaits.
Located in the heart of Loreto, in front of Baja California’s
most beautiful main square and aside Loreto´s Ancient Mission,
hotel Posada de las Flores started its operations since August
A place reserved for those people who are always looking for the
best. An exclusive ambiance which blends the comfort of this era
with the luxury and tradition of an Antique Mexican
House. Every detail has been carefully chosen with the
basic elements of the Colonial -Mexican decoration: talavera,
wood, iron etc. Each furniture has been designed according to
the colonial style of the 18th. century.
15 units. 10 Standard rooms and 5 Jr.
All of them are fully equipped with air conditioning, 27’’
satellite TV, telephone, hair dryer, ice buckets, mini bar,
bathroom amenities and coffee service. All Standard rooms count
with one Queen size bed (Only three rooms are available with two
The Jr. Suites are oversized rooms overlooking to the Plaza and
also include a mini bar, bathrobes. All Jr. Suites count with
one King size bed.
Special. “Boutique hotel”.
Superb glass bottom swimming pool, located in
the roof garden. In this area you can admire the spectacular
views of the Sea of Cortez and its beautiful islands: Coronados
and Del Carmen; the Mission of our Lady of Loreto and the
impressive Mountains of la Giganta.
Hospitality desk for reservations, flight information,
Laundry with regular or express service.
Complimentary welcome cocktail upon guest arrival.
American Breakfast included.
All rooms with servi-bar
Complimentary wake up service with in-room coffee (upon request)
The Roof Garden
Located in the top terrace, this restaurant is the ideal place
to delight authentic regional specialties in the rich tradition
of Mexican cuisine.
Open Monday throw Saturday daily from 18:00 to 22:30 hours.
Sunday is open only for
our guest, only for breakfast from 08.00 to 10.00.
Antigua Casa de Negro Mesa (Bar de Tapas)
Our bar, located on the ground floor, is open daily except
Monday from 3.00 pm to 10.30 pm.
An exploration to Loreto's downtown must include a visit to Nuestra Señora de
Loreto Mission. The current building was completed in 1752. It has withstood
numerous hurricanes, floods and earthquakes, and is still active an active
church after extensive restoration and remodeling. Next door to the Mission is
the Museum, where you will find fascinating displays about missions and horse
and wagon equipment.
Just off Loreto's coast float five deserted islands that invite exploration.
Often visited are the pristine Coronados Island. What appears to be a single
island is, in fact, a small volcanic island and a nearby rocky islet. The 8 kms.
crossing takes about 20 minutes aboard a panga or zodiac. Once ashore there's
ample hiking, beach-combing, and exceptional snorkeling and swimming.
San Javier Mission
The 35 kms. trek takes about two hours by jeep to climb into the heart of the
Sierra La Giganta mountain, past cactus fields that eventually give way to shady
date palms. Set high in a mountain valley beneath towering volcanic walls, the
impressive mission is of a Moorish style that is dramatic in its simplicity; its
stonework and ornamentation are considered outstanding.
This bay is located just 77 kilometers North Loreto and is considered by people
who have been around the world as one of the finest. The highway borders the
bay, offering a marvelously scenic view of the mountain, with its deep
escarpments, and of the desert, which alternate with white beaches and
peacefully rolling waters. Its soft beaches are a delight for the traveler who
prefers to lie under the sun and rest. Requeson, Coyote and Santispac are ones
of the most famous beaches.
This tropical oasis at the mouth of lovely Bahía Concepción has one Baja's only
freshwater rivers. Date palms, citrus trees and other greenery surround this
very simple and friendly village. The town is located between two mountains, in
a valley which is the origin of a stream that runs peacefully to its encounter
with the Sea of Cortez. There is a mission dating back to 1706 and an abandoned
colonial-era prison. The Mission was abandoned in 1828 due to the lack of
population. Fishing here is excellent.
Share in the spectacle of the world’s longest migration, over 6,000 miles, as
the Gray Whale arrives to the Pacific coast of Baja from the Bering Sea to breed
and calf. Full day trips depart Loreto to the Pacific Coast Villages of Puerto
San Carlos and Puerto López Mateos, where gray whales stop at Magdalena Bay
during the months of January-March.
Loreto is well known by its devoted fans to be one of North America's top Ocean
game fish destinations. This place is famous for rooster-fish, but virtually
every major game species that inhabits the Gulf of California -including marlin,
sailfish, sierra, dolphin-fish, yellowtail and grouper - can be found in the
The Sea of Cortez has become a haven for divers. As seas go, it is quite small
–about 1000 miles long and 100 miles wide, yet is dotted with small uninhabited
islands, bathed by the hot sun and fed by the mighty Pacific Ocean. The result
is a place that offers you the chance to see whale sharks, different species of
Manta Ray, dolphins, schooling hammerhead sharks, plus thousand color fishes.
The pristine waters of the Sea of Cortez and its islands are the perfect setting
to try your hand at kayaking. Enjoy a few hours, or take a day to explore the
nearby beaches. Whether experienced or a novice kayaker, Coronados, del Carmen
and Danzantes islands are a kayakers paradise.
Loreto's early fame was built around its world-class tennis center. Its original
"touring pro" was no other than John Mcenroe. The Loreto Tennis Center includes
9 all-pro-deca-turf lighted courts, a handsome club house and a restaurant.
The Loreto´s Golf Course is an 18-hole golf course established in a semi-desertic
area, is surrounded by the impressive mountains of the Sierra Madre and the
beautiful view of the Sea of Cortez. It counts on with very complex fairways
that turns a simple game into a real challenge.