Coco Cabanas Loreto
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We were up and down over night worried about how the snow would effect our travels today. I was checking flight and train websites every time I woke up to check of they were running on time. When we got up at about 6am to leave for our flight there was about 10 inches of snow outside. We walked through the snow carrying our luggage to get to the …
... at a sea lion sanctuary where we got up close and personal to these guys. We spent some time here and then went to our dive spot where the water was calm. The water was warmer than the air: water 75 degrees vs air 70 degrees. Mom liked the boat ride and now was the official topside photographer. Getting into our wet suits, hoods, gloves, booties, fins, mask and tank setup wasn't an easy task, especially with 3 newbies. But Oscar had patience and with his amigo, ...
"So that's New England out of the way", said Mrs Henry, writing in her official travel diary (gold-embossed with the logo of the Mr Henry Institute), or rather, I thought, not writing, but making a movement I associated with the notching of a tick.
Boston, Cape Cod (where we profitably visited a thrift shop, although a bit too macabre for my taste: just racks and racks with dead husbands’ shirts), Plymouth, a squillion cute little towns (is there a New ...
Our first day of driving we made it to Grand Junction, Colorado. It was a spectacular drive with mountain vistas, canyons, mesas and the longest stretch of highway in the lower 48 without services. From there we went on to Denver. We had time to visit the zoo and catch a Red Sox vs. Rockies game at Coors Field. Sam's first game. We sat in the purple mile high seats and it was a full game ...
... the lights of large and small towns along the way, often times 30 minutes or more of flight time without any sign of life, and wondering about life this far north and so far from the rest of civilization- do people ever actually choose to move here, and if so why, or are they just born here and never leave. Flight continued over Newfoundland, the very bottom of Greenland, Ireland, England, France and touch down in ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Historical Traveler Reviews Coco Cabanas Loreto
Thumbs up for Coco Cabanas
My husband and I stayed at the Coco Cabanas in early March and we recommend it. Because it's a small place, you have the opportunity to meet other guests. We had some enjoyable happy hours around the pool trading stories of the day's adventures. The owners were extremely helpful in recommending restaurants and introducing us to a fisherman who took us and another couple out to Isla Carmen. The only drawback is the sound of the neighborhood roosters who sometimes get started at 3 a.m. So, if you're hoping to hear the sound of the ocean at night, forget it. But, everything else was perfect!
Cannot tell you how much we liked the Coco Cabanas
Just came back from a week at the Coco Cabanas. Barrett and Steven were amazingly helpful in recommending places to eat and drink as well as setting up our fishing trip (caught a 40 pound yellowtail). The staff was great. Steven brought us the wonderful chocolate clams a couple of times and we BBQ'd them. The cabanas are close to everything. My wife and I found that eating in the restaurants three times a day was simply too much food so we shopped at the markets close by and used the kitchens in the cabanas way more than we thought we would. The beds are good and the pool was small but very nice.
Looking for quiet inexpensive accomodations in Loreto, this is the place. We will be back
Delightful accomodations close to beach
Coco Cabanas is a perfect place to stay: quiet, close to the beach, a few minutes walk from the town center and well worth the price. It is located on a small lot with eight studio-style cabanas and a small pool. The cabanas have modern kitchens, simple furnishings and are kept scrupulously clean by friendly staff. We stayed there for five days, which gave us time to enjoy visiting with the owner, Garrett, and to learn more about the alternative to life in the U.S. The slower pace and friendly people of Loreto are very attractive! We have nothing but praise and plan to return. Highly recommended.
Quiet and private cabanas
My husband and I recently spent 2 weeks in this quiet and pretty setting within walking distance of town. The room was very clean, with a full kitchen (and a full size fridge!). The pool was beautiful and very pretty. We loved the idea of having a cabana that didn't have a common wall with other rooms. We were within walking distance of a great bakery, food markets and downtown. We would stay here again and highly recommend it to anyone who's fussy about cleaniness!
Relax at the Coco-Cabana
The Coco-Cabanas is probably the most comfortable we've been in a long time while traveling and we had 3 children with us. The Cabanas are very neat and well kept. We're going back for the second time next month. If you're looking for a nice place to relax and not have to worry about tipping someone every 10 minutes, this is the place. The prices are great! We wouldn't stay anywhere else.
My wife and I just returned from 8 wonderful days at the Coco Cabanas. This small hotel, nestled away in a friendly, quite area of town, is easy walking distance (5 min to 10 mins) to the Mission and all the great restaurants. It's also only about 100 yds to the beach/marina as the crow fly's but you do have to walk a little further. Upon arrival we were promptly greeted and shown to our room (#3) which was perfect. Inside, were all the conveniences of a home away from home. Kitchen, microwave, TV, VCR, etc. They even had a blender for those of you that prefer your margaritas that way. The rooms are very clean and the A/C works perfectly to ensure a pleasant nights sleep. The hosts Barrett and Stephen are extremely friendly and will make you feel right at home. They even have a semi-resident Fishing Capitan, El Du-Ke, that will accommodate all your aquatic needs. The new pool is great for cooling off and the BBQ is a great addition for cooking up that fresh catch - just make sure that you go fishing at the start of your trip so that you have plenty of time to eat up. We had a great time at the Coco Cabanas and I can't recommend this place highly enough. We can't wait to go back.
Hidden away, peaceful, friendly accommodating staff, extremely clean, walking distance to everything, new pool, we caught a Rooster Fish right down the street off the rocks! Oh My, and Ocean Views:) Great for a romantic get away, family vacation, or a weekend fishing trip. I wont stay anywhere else.....
Best in Loreto
I've been going down to Loreto every summer for the last 8 years and the Coco is without doubt the nicest place to stay in Loreto at a very fair price. Everything was as described on the website + a whole lot more. Pool, BBQ, everything in great shape and very clean. Management is extremely friendly. Highest reccomendation possible.
I highly recommend Coco Cabanas! The bungalows are light, spacious, and clean, and the management is helpful and efficient. We especially enjoyed having a full kitchen in our bungalow which is not available in many of the other Loreto hotels. The location is very convenient and safe, with friendly neighbors. It is easy to walk anywhere in Loreto from Coco Cabanas, and we rarely used our rental car. The price can't be beat, and I would definitely stay here again.
Overall, I was incredibly impressed with Coco Cabanas. I went to Loreto with my family for a week. Their location was very convenient, just as they advertised. Two short blocks to the beach, shopping and dining all walking distance away. The cabanas themselves were very clean and accomodating, they felt even more luxurious after I visited friends who were staying in a nearby hotel. I definitely reccomend staying at coco and have already made reservations for a return trip this summer.