CostaBaja Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
TravelPod Member ReviewsCostaBaja Resort & Spa La Paz
This place was incredible. Great service, beautiful lobby, and ridiculous views. Baja is empty in January and the privacy is great. The only complaint we could come up with was that the shower is out in the open and the open air concept bathroom doesn't offer much privacy.
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Travel Blogs from La Paz
For Christmas this year I was lucky enough to have Tanya give me the gift of travel. Since I was a kid, I have been obsessed with sharks, and when Tanya learned of a snorkeling trip in La Paz, Mexico to go swimming with whale sharks she quickly planned the trip. I was ecstatic.
We had just survived a severe cold snap dubbed the "Polar …
... displays and the most interesting thing in it was the security guard trying to charge his phone haha. After this we had to take a time out so went to the nearest affordable place which I'm afraid was an Oxxo (like seven eleven) where we bought and microwaved bean burritos to eat-in on a little picnic table by the counter. Please don't judge us, you have no idea what a relief the aircon in there was! With the last of our energy we trudged to the waterfront ...
There is something to be said for getting up without an alarm clock. I thought hunger would do the trick but we rolled out of bed with little appetite at 8AM. We decided to have breakfast at Mosaics again since we had few other options. I had chicken tortillas doused in mole while Tanya went for the breakfast americano that I'd had a few days prior. Today's mission: to hit the two local beaches, Balandra and Teleconte. We had stocked our fridge with ...
... that while Margarita spoke no english, her sister and travel companion, Yolanda, spoke english very well. Eric had also downplayed his ability to communicate with us. Before long, we were teaching each other words and having long conversations. We headed North into the predawn Baja desert, quickly leaving the sprawl of La Paz and any signs of the Sea of Cortez. The area around our hotel had a significant number of cacti that either rose as prickly green cylinders or ...
... the air.
Eventually we got our hire car, though no SatNav. "No problem" said the lady at the desk, "there is only one road in Baja, Highway 1. It runs from north to south". This has turned out to be mostly true, except in town... We had a night in a hotel in La Paz (mediocore meal, kids too tired to walk along the sea front) and in the morning after breakfast saw huge box-fish from the pier.