Posada LunaSol Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada LunaSol Hotel La Paz
My family of four had a fabulous time at Posada LunaSol. Great location, 2 blocks from the Malecón. LunaSol has the look of an authentic Mexican Inn with gorgeous tile indoor and out. The staff was very helpful and friendly.
We were on the third floor next to an outdoor veranda with hammocks. My kids (8 & 10) loved to laze in the hammocks and we ate dinner there frequently. In the mornings, we sat sipping our coffee on the veranda while taking in the beauty of the view of the nearby marina and the Sea of Cortez. The veranda was also a great spot to meet and chat with others staying at the inn. However, since we were there in the off season, we frequently had the area to ourselves.
Our family had a room with a kitchen in it (a must for a family of four). Refrigerator, sink, and stove (no oven). In the rooms with kitchens, they supply you with bottled drinking water and a coffee maker. There was also plenty of hot water for showers. If needed, LunaSol has a hostel style/shared kitchen area for guests as well. All the staff at the Posada LunaSol speak English, however if you don't speak Spanish you'll have to bring your Spanish dictionary everywhere else in the city.
After surviving the unforgettable, thrilling, enriching adventure of driving from San Diego to La Paz in two days, we felt very fortunate to spend our days in La Paz at Posada LunaSol. Our favorites in La Paz were Playa Balandra, the day boat trip to Isla Espiritu, and walking the Malecón. The staff at Posada LunaSol can help you with directions anywhere you want to go and with booking boat trips. Enjoy!
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