BEST WESTERN Los Mochis

Address: Av. Alvaro Obregon No. 691 Pte, Los Mochis, Pacific Coast, 81200, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Av. Alvaro Obregon No. 691 Pte, Los Mochis, is near Deer Island (Isla de Venados), Playa Las Gaviotas, Caverna del Diablo, and Monumento Mujer Mazalteca.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Los Mochis

      Reviewed by melanie17

      ok for a quick layover

      Reviewed Sep 7, 2011
      by (2 reviews) Puerto Vallarta , Mexico Flag of Mexico

      The hotel is only about 5 minutes from the bus station and maybe 15 min from the train station.
      Rooms are spacious and clean, staff is friendly.
      we didn't use any of the facilities as we came in late and departed early for the 6am departure of Chepe, but it all looked very nice and inviting. good value for price paid.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Los Mochis

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Los Mochis

      Day 5 - Los Mochis on The Pacific

      A travel blog entry by inca_gold on Nov 20, 2014

      5 photos

      ... is going in the cookbook when I get home. I woke up the the sound of a dozen emergency sirens outside my hotel this morning. Fearing terrorist attack, I open the curtains and the local fire department is doing a human pyramid on top of their trucks. It's a parade though, not a Mexican replacement for ...

      Officialdom gone mad!

      A travel blog entry by jill.and.manuel on Jul 26, 2013

      2 photos

      ... the very lowest level of the ship, somewhere just off the keel, hot and smoky (health and safety – ha!) and with no idea where to go next. Eventually arrived at a lift to the upper decks, where he had to show his ticket and ID again, into the lift, then at the top, had to show it all over again! Like he would have changed person from the bottom to the top of the lift!

      After calming down a bit, we decided to get something to eat (it was a seven hour crossing, so it had ...

      Patricia, "Chicken" of the Desert

      A travel blog entry by jmabro on Dec 29, 2011

      12 photos

      ... the already fairly full bus. As usual, we took our bags to the back and sat as close to them as we could. Not usual at all, a first in fact, we sat on a sideways bench at the back which was a bit strange but gave us quite a good view in forwards and backwards directions. At one point I took a photo of the nothingness behind us. A young boy was watching and had a quizzical look on his face as if to say, "what on earth are you taking a photo of?!". I showed it to him and explained ...

      The beginning of the unbearable heat

      A travel blog entry by propyr_teidi on Aug 11, 2010

      ... as it was like a billion degrees or something. Conveniently, we found a bus company that ran buses to Tucson Arizona, which was where we were hoping to go next.

      The other random thing is that there would appear to be NO bars or even cafes in Los Mochis! Well, there were these swing-door bars that looked like women wouldn't really be welcome in them, or that the music would grind to a halt or something if we ventured within... In the end we went to a supermarket in ...

      RINSED

      A travel blog entry by jeznkez on Sep 13, 2009

      ... br> Somehow we awoke from our sleep of the dead to get up and have a walk around Los Mochis. Pretty drab place overall but with one redeeming quality in the leafy public square with a large and well attended colonial church at one end. Here we sampled another Mexican oddity.
      Fresh coconut, hacked open with a machete, the milk poured out into a plastic bag and handed to you with a straw. The ...