Brisas del Mar Hotel

Address: Blvd. Benito Juarez #22, Rosarito, Baja California, 22710, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Blvd. Benito Juarez #22, Rosarito, is near Rosarito Beach, Liquid Blue Divers, and Museum of Playas de Rosarito.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Brisas del Mar Hotel Rosarito



    Great hotel, great price, friendly staff. Overall a great value. It definitely is the best hotel in Rosarito Beach!!!

    Great place


    Three friends and myself stayed at Brisas Del Mar on July 23-24, 2004. This was my 3rd time visiting Rosarito and our previous stays at different hotels were awful. At Brisas Del Mar you will feel comfortable and be sure that your belongings are at a safe place. Our host was a young male name Robert who was extremely nice and friendly. Staff are really helpful and will do what is at their reach to make you feel accomidated through your stay there. I recommend for everyone who visits Rosarito to stay at this hotel. Its located walking distance to the main clubs and the beach.

    We would also like to extend an invitation to this guest to stay with us again. Courtesy of Brisas del Mar Hotel.


    Rolando Gutierrez


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    I was charged 4 times the amounts on my credit card, and the front desk was clueless, and rude!!

    Best deal in town


    This is the best deal in town, unless you absolutely have to be on the beach (which by the way, unles you're at a hotel's beach, it's pretty bad--dirty and it smells). The rooms are nice and clean, and you can't beat the prices--$90 Fri-Sat, and $49 Sun-Thurs. Try to get a room on the opposite side of the street, as it's next to a very busy street, and you'll hear it all. We managed to down out most of it by having the air condition on all the time. It's noisy, but it drowned out all that extraneous noise. We had no trouble sleeping.

    You can get to Rosarito from SD by taking the trolley for $2.50 to San Ysidro, and then a cab for $15. You can also take MexiCoach from TJ ($10 each). We rented a cab one day for $80 US to take us to Puerto Nuevo and Ensenada (nice place!). The advantage is that you can leave when you want to, and the driver waits until you're ready to leave. They'll also stop whenever you want to get a beer, cash a traveler's check, etc.

    By the way, you'll get screwed if you try to use US$ in this town. The best rate we could get on the street was $10.90, where the exchange rate at the banks was $11.40. And wach the restaurant--they have good, cheap food, but their rate for US$ is 10.40! And they don't take credit cards. I recommend you use an ATM machine to keep plenty of pesos.

    Nice Place


    Nice place, friendly staff. Private, secured parking. Quiet. First room smelled of cigarettes so they moved us to a no-smoking room. Absolutely no mold smell in either room. Jacuzzi open late. Free breakfast with room.

    Great value Great look


    Great hotel, great value. Newly refurbished. Friendly staff, close to everyting. Much chaper than bigger hotels.



    this place is great. have stayed there over 5 times and every time have been treated great. give you a comp. breakfast and the rooms are no more then 80 a night. you pay for what you get. much better then rosarito beach hotel and they charge 200 a night. remember this is rosarito not beverly hills.... lmao try it you wont be disappointed.

    Does not stink!!


    good food, not far away from clubs,comfortable!!

    YOu stink you stink you stink


    It smelled like cigarettes.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Brisas del Mar Hotel Rosarito

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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