BEST WESTERN Los Mochis

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

    Officialdom gone mad!

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

    2 photos

    ... t realise until later.

    The rest of the voyage passed boringly, with the exception of the karaoke session in the bar – the least said about that the better! Approaching Topolobampo at sunset was the highlight, disembarking the ship was not! The same ridiculous process took place in reverse, we eventually met up and got away from the port (without having to pay!!) about two hours after docking. Spent the night in a vile hotel – the perfect end to a perfect day – ...

    Patricia, "Chicken" of the Desert

    A travel blog entry by jmabro on Dec 29, 2011

    12 photos

    ... the ferry terminal a kilometre or so away, the other direction to the "Malecon" (promenade along the water) where we would find public toilets. They turned out to be at a house where the owners had built them, charged 5 Pesos per use and had a steady flow of patrons. Who said entrepreneurship doesn't exist? :-)

    Relieved, we sat at the chairs and tables of a nearby yet-to-open open-air fast food stall and had a lovely sandwich-picnic in the sunshine while we watched life and ...

    Voy a Los Mochis

    A travel blog entry by traermc on Mar 22, 2010

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... me crazy to do this and that the border is so dangerous....everyone was no nice and informative - not in a gross 5 star resort type of way, but in a simple and humble way. But when I realized I wasn´t going to make it to my destination til sun down, my uncle (who lives in Guadalajara) kept calling me to help with directions and was worried about me driving at night. I was 60km away from Los Mochis when I ran out of ...

    Ferry across la mer (sea)

    A travel blog entry by jonbw on Feb 07, 2010

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... passed.The priest's mass is so popular that he has to open the doors on either side to allow his congregation to overflow into the street. After the service everyone spills out into the main street where the street vendors offer quesadillos and chilli and ice cream. The atmosphere is so lively and everyone had a ready smile and a 'bueno dia' for me - really. I've rarely met such happy, friendly people - that sounds crass, but truly they ...

    Average working city in Mexcio

    A travel blog entry by joelmunoz1968 on Apr 03, 2009

    ... out at extremely slow speeds, that is how fast it goes the whole way. It was a good 10 hour ride to Creel but the train is nice and comfortable with a dining and bar cart. Another side note is that you get some decent views from the train but not really any of the main canyon. You really need to stay overnight in one of the towns along the way to see and explore the canyon. Otherwise, you're just on a long slow train ...