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My friend and I stayed in Las Casitas Hotel for 3 nights while traveling through Baja. The rooms are situated in the back, through a lovely restaurant and garden. Each room opens up to a shared patio with tables/chairs and hammocks. The rooms were basic...More
We stayed at Las Casitas for one night, and we were quite disappointed. They told us the hotel bar would close at 10 PM, but there was loud music playing until midnight. The garden is lovely and our room was fine. However, it's pretty dark,...More
Quaint, experience in the middle of a beautiful plush tropical setting. Breakfast and lunch are delicious. Lobster dinner is cheap and delicious, so are the drinks. Beautiful hidden site in Baja California
We came late at night because were traveling the baja. Made a reservation through a website.
There was absolutely no body to welcome you.
I had to go in the restaurant that looked nice, but when I asked the woman in the kitchen she said...More
This hotel has been in business for 55 or so years and is showing wear in the rooms. I did peek into rooms other than ours and some are nicer than others, we stayed in room 6; this review is our experience of room 6....More
This question went out to travelers, not to the innkeeper. I have been to this place several times, however, and can tell you that there are only about 4-5 rooms and I don't think you can contact them ahead of arrival. My... More
This question went out to travelers, not to the innkeeper. I have been to this place several times, however, and can tell you that there are only about 4-5 rooms and I don't think you can contact them ahead of arrival. My experience is that you just show up and see if they have a room available - they probably do in the summer, but if not, there are other places in Mulege to stay. Have a great trip!