Where to Stay inEnsenada

Hotels for all the tastes and budgets. Next, we present a list with the best known hotels in Ensenada. CASA NATALIE Boutique Road Tijuana-Ensenada #7263 (Km 103) CORALANDA MARINA 5 stars Road Tijuana-Ensenada #3421 (Km 103) LAS ROSAS 5 stars Road Tijuana-Ensenada Km .105.5 PUNTA MORRO 4 stars Road Tijuana-Ensenada Km. 106 HACIENDA BAJAMAR 4 stars Road Tijuana-Ensenada Km. 77.5 POSADA EL REY SOL 4 stars Av. Blancarte #130 Sources: Virtual Encyclopedia of Municipalities in Mexico (Enciclopedia Virtual de los Municipios de México), http://www.e-local.gob.mx Ensenada Website, http://www.portal-ensenada.com http://www.enjoymexico.net http://www.ensenadahoy.com

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