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Hotel San Fernando in Loreto

A friend of ours recommended Hotel San Fernando, a real nice hotel in Loreto - brand new, good wifi, great A/C, off the beaten path, no restaurant though. Biggest complaint is that truck drivers ding ding ding when they are backing up early in the morning and some of them have refrigerated trucks that are noisy. Can't hear them with the air conditioning on.

I recommend it if you are looking for a place to crash.

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[*] posted on 8-12-2017 at 04:45 PM


also, don't forget HOTEL ANGRA, A VERY nicer BOUTIQUE HOTEL that is family owned and operated. huge rooms with king size beds, air conditioned and with wifi. super secure and they lock the gates at nite and open them around 7 A.M. and if you need earlier, advise them.

one block off the main drag and is super quiet. they do have rooms that allow pets and serve a continental breakfast.

SUPER CLEAN, about ten years old with english speaking owner.

will provide more info if you like.

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