Where to Stay inPuerto Escondido

PACIFICO SURF Hotel Boutique Reserve your room in advance if you want to lodge in this beautiful small hotel because it only has four suites. It also provides wireless internet, air conditioning, Zapoteca massage and beach. Calle del Morro Phone (954) 582 0654 SURF OLAS ALTAS 4 stars Located in front of famous Playa Zicaleta, it has a swimming pool, Internet café and air conditioning in the rooms. Calle del Morro 310 Toll free: 01 800 221 9281 http://www.surfolasaltas.com.mx BEST WESTERN POSADA REAL 4 stars Blvd. Benito Juárez Phone (954) 582 0133 VILLA BELMAR 4 stars Calle del Morro Phone (954) 582 0244

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