Rosarito Beach is a hoot! Just south of the San Diego/USA border (the highway bypasses Tijuana) this famous town has, well, everything to please the eye, and the pocketbook. Overlooking the beach, located within feet of your own pool, there’s a handy restaurant, and after a stroll down to the mighty Pacific — horseback riding, surf fishing, just squeezing your feet in the sand brings pleasure, and so on and so forth.
Our redecorated units are up to par with the best, with flowery pathways leading you to the fitness center, tennis courts, the Jacuzzi and sauna. Down the road is the famed Rosarito Beach Hotel, miles of quaint shops with all things Mexican for sale (Afraid of bargaining? Well, give it a try.)
If you can possibly get bored in this lively atmosphere, a road trip down to Puerto Nuevo, where lobster and delicious Margaritas are fresh and inexpensive, or father along to Ensenada and the famous La Bufadora are required attractions. A relatively new wine industry has established itself nearby, inland, and is definitely worth the motor trip. You’ll be surprised at the quality, which Californians have known about for years. Happy traveling!
Restaurants, golf courses, medical facilities, pharmacy, shops, churches, banks, supermarkets.
Surfing, scuba diving, kayaking, deep-sea fishing, horseback riding, dining, shopping, sightseeing, tours, scenic drives, off-road driving, dancing, camel rides on the beach.
Bull fights, dog racing, wine tasting, cultural centers, restaurants, nightclubs, live entertainment, beaches for sunning, swimming and water sports.
Clubhouse with recreation room, billiards, card room, exercise room, restaurant, swimming pools, Jacuzzis, sauna, barbecue area, tennis courts, Internet access, Wi-Fi, parking.
Smoking allowed in designated areas only.
Fully furnished one- and two-bedroom suites with full kitchens, TV, Wi-Fi, maid service, towels and linens.
From San Diego
After crossing the border, stay to the right; follow the sign marked “Rosarito Ensenada Scenic Road” (Toll/Cuota Highway.) This will allow you to bypass Tijuana. As you drive down the highway, subsequent signs read as “Ensenada Scenic Road (1-D). La Paloma is approximately 30 minutes south, which includes a toll payment (US currency is accepted.) To avoid the traffic in the city of Rosarito Beach, use the 5th “Rosarito” exit which is the last city exit. La Paloma is immediately to the right. If you reach the next toll booth, you will have gone too far!
After crossing the border, follow the sign marked "President Lazaro Cardenas," take a left at Boulevard Benito Juarez, next corner take a right at Avenida Ortiz, drive for serval minutes until you get to Scenic 2D to Tijuana. After paying the toll booth fee, follow the sign marked Blvd 2000—you are 35 minutes from Blvd Popotla, take a right at the stop light—you are 1.5 miles from La Paloma, after the Pemex Station to your left.
Rosarito Beach, Baja California, Mexico
Phone: 011 52 661 612 0918
Fax: 011 52 661 612 0918
Saturday 3 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m.