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Hotel Oasis

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Funky old I would guess 50's. The location is the selling point. Also restaurant and bar look good, though we opt to walk the malecon and up the walking street to a restaurant. But the lighting in the room is not good. We would stay here again but we are not blown away with the quality. We have stayed here 8 times, coming and going one night either way.

We were looking for a quick get-away for the weekend and hadn't been to Loreto yet. We also wanted to be on the beach, so we selected Hotel Oasis in Loreto. It could have been great but it wasn't. I'll be brief: 1. It wasn't the least bit quiet. The first night there was a huge party on the beach just outside our hotel room. Apparently it was the "moonlight party" - and apparently the locals should be allowed to disrupt the peace and quiet of the visitors so they can sing, shout and dance until 5AM. The second night was a different kind of party. This time it was the tourists (there for the Baja 1000 race) who had too much to drink and stayed up late yelling, arguing, slamming doors, taking off in their loud race cars only to return to party, yell and slam doors until only about 1:30 AM this time. 2. The hotel staff were just okay. After we were kept up all night the first night I asked how to turn on the air-conditioning as a way to muffle the outside noise. Apparently the staff don't hand out the remote controls for such things unless you ask them. 3. The beds were uncomfortable. Maybe we are spoiled, but we were okay accepting the twin beds rather than our usual king. However, the beds were very uncomfortable and we are still sore! All in all, we did not enjoy our stay here. We are glad we visited Loreto, but we won't be back. Once was enough.

I was really unhappy with my meal. I had yellow tail with garlic and butter. Colslaw salad with Loreto potatoes. Everything on my plate was swimming in butter including the salad. The potatoes were saturated with vinegar, they did not taste like potatoes. The fish was tasteless. The biggest complete I have is: I sent the meal back, was not offered a replacement and was charged for it. If nothing else I would suggest in revising this item on the menus. Not at all happy in the way this experience was handled. Gist

The first time l stay in this hotel was over twenty years ago.. No much has change..more modern the rooms,with the mostfriendly service.the restaurant on Saturday evening offers great specialties... Clams,,lobster,seafood,all well prepared.the owner signora Anna Gloria welcome you with grace and a beautiful smile..

Hotel Oasis is where we stay in Loreto. It's right on the beach and within walking distance of the historic downtown. You know you're in Mexico, which I like. There is a large, well maintained swimming pool. The grounds are charming but could use a clean-up of the clutter and storm debris. The on-site restaurant offers surprisingly good food and slow service. I had the shrimp crepe: delicious and generous.

Ocean side was BEAUTIFUL, all the staff of the property were so friendly!!!! The restaurant at the hotel was great, the reservation came with breakfast for two the whole 8 day stay. So many wonderful amenities at Hotel Oasis!

I first stopped at the hotel in 1972 while driving the Baja before paving. The Hotel Oasis was an oasis. I visited the hotel thru the '70s on my way to teach marine science at Los Cruces. I was not able to return until 2016. The surprise. Loreto although larger had still retained its serenity. And, the Hotel Oasis. It had kept the feelings of the old Baja while keeping up with the new. I had returned here for my husband fighting cancer and weight loss. The the attention of the lovely owner, Ana, and her caring staff , beautiful walks along the Sea of Cortez, the incredible food,the pool, all helped my husband . along with the care and attention by the owner Ana and her incredible caring staff helped us thru a difficult time. We are returning for another month in June.

This hotel is perfect. The only one right on the beach at the south side of town. Older than some, and old decor, but the location more than makes up for it. The property has a restaurant, separate bar and a swimming pool. Great place.

We stayed here during a whale watching trip toward the end of March. This hotel is one of the old-style "Baja-slow" places. It is located on the Gulf about midway down in the town of Loreto. The hotel is right on the water and next to the Malecon....a promenade of sorts....and oozes the "Baja-slow" pace. The rooms are small and nothing extravagant but they are clean. The wifi is OK if you sit near the router repeaters located around the hotel. Rooms on the water are a bit more expensive but worth it with delightful hammocks slung right outside the room doors. Outdoor dining and bar are also located on the water but compared to places in town, these are a bit pricier. We paid $80/night which excludes the breakfast...regular price is $100/night for a waterfront room and includes a breakfast for two. The hotel contrasts favorably with a couple of more upscale hotels in Loreto which are larger and more expensive. The pace at Hotel Oasis is wonderfully slow and easy which blends with the warm, tropical breezes and swaying palms.

Hotel Oasis is situated at the end of the Malecon and easy access to the beach. The rooms are modern, clean and generous in size. Staff were very accommodating to to 'gringo' motorcyclists from Canada who spoke only broken and generally bad Spanish. The hotel is conveniently situated on the beach with a large private patio for meals or drinks depending on the weather. Staff facilitated our parking our two bikes right in front of the room under cover of the patio awning, what more could we ask. Everyone from the bar, restaurant to the front desk were very polite and helpful. They even provided same day laundry service, bonus. Cost of the room with two queen beds was $100 usd, which compared to the Mission Hotel down the street was a very good bargain. The hotel may not be a 5 star but it is very suitable for weary travellers in search of a good night sleep and a good meal. I would definitely recommend. We actually came back for a second night on our round Baja trip.

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Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool

Hotel Oasis places you within a 10-minute stroll of Municipal Palace and Civic Square. This 3-star hotel welcomes guests with 39 rooms and conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. It's on the beach and also a short walk from Our Lady of Loreto Mission and Museum of Missions.


Dining

This hotel serves as home to a restaurant, which has ocean views, along with a bar. For your convenience, a continental breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 11:30 AM.


Rooms

Hotel Oasis's 39 air-conditioned rooms provide patios, coffee makers, and free local calls. 21-inch TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Pillowtop beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and bathrooms offer free toiletries. In-room massages are available, and other amenities include free bottled water and ceiling fans.


Property features

At Hotel Oasis, guests enjoy features like an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and free WiFi in public areas. If you drive, put free parking to good use. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with luggage storage and securing valuables. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a business center, an arcade/game room, and a terrace.

Room options

Standard Double Room, Ocean View

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Standard Suite

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

60% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 153 reviews