Celest Hotel Boutique

Address: Surge 47 s/n, San Pancho, Pacific Coast, 63734, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Surge 47 s/n, San Pancho, is near Playa Miramar, La Campana, Playa San Pedrito, and Cuyutlan.
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  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness/Health center


  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Free parking
  • Kitchenette


  • Business Services

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Travel Blogs from San Pancho

San Blas Surfing

A travel blog entry by ashika on Apr 04, 2010

2 comments, 25 photos

... may be wrong, we laid off a bit and watched. Then, as quickly as it formed, the wave broke down and swirled out to the sea. The harbor water was surprisingly clear except for whirlpools swirling around the jetty tips, churning up sandy bottom to create brown eddies. But there appeared to be enough slack water so we headed for the entrance.

I went to the bow to direct us around possible shoals and we nervously entered the breakwater entrance. ...


A travel blog entry by smiley_kab on Dec 03, 2008

... start our journey back down the coast. on our last morning we got up early adn went on a river boat cruise and saw crocs and birds adn swam in a lagoon. meant to catch the bus then but two girls from the trip said there was space in their hotel and we couldnt be bothered to go back so we ended up staying an extra night in this hotel adn had a nice evening eating and drinking with the guys on the beach. next dya we finally did leave and headed down to punta de mita for my ...

Day 10

A travel blog entry by sicoya on Jun 25, 2008

1 comment

... At 11:00a.m. Andrew, Justin, Christina, and my family all piled into a taxi for Puerto Vallarta. We began the journey on the bumpy cobble stone streets of San Pancho, and continued on the smooth asphalt of the highway. Along the way we passed through dense jungle, wide farm lands, busy towns and bustling cities. Once we ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by sicoya on Jun 22, 2008

... and slaughtered her at knock poker at the score of 11 to 2, and ate lunch. I also read a little bit of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" and lay down in the hammock. Until dinner time, I did relatively little. For dinner I went to "The San Pancho" cafe. I ended up having dinner with a ton of people. In total there were two pairs of grandparents, three sets of aunts and uncles(great ones included), my parents ...

Day 6 - The Wedding Day

A travel blog entry by sicoya on Jun 21, 2008

... see the group of men fast approaching. Just as the men were about to reach us, the women poured out of a street that lead to the beach. I joined the group of men and walked with them for the next 300 feet. The Ceremony When we reached the destination, the men spread out to form a semi-circle around the wedding spot. my dad, ...