See why so many travellers make Days Inn Villa Fontana their hotel of choice when visiting Ensenada. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Ensenada, Days Inn Villa Fontana is located a short distance from Avenida Lopez Mateos (0.1 mi) and Aduana Maritima (0.1 mi).
The rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Days Inn Villa Fontana features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a convenience store. In addition, as a valued Days Inn Villa Fontana guest, you can enjoy a pool that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Ensenada's popular shrimp restaurants such as La Guerrerense, El Rey Sol Restaurant, and Mariscos El Guero, all a short distance from Days Inn Villa Fontana.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like First Street (0.0 mi), Rivera del Pacifico (0.0 mi), and El Parque de la Bandera (0.4 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
At Days Inn Villa Fontana, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Ensenada.
Came here by chance and still no regrets 👍 sitting by the pool and drinking some good vine 🍾 the rooms have aircon and it’s close to the waterfront. It’s clean and the room is big enough for us two. The service here is good as far as I know. Shop on the side of the hotel makes it easy to buy some beer and snack
Location is great, especially if you like being able to watch all the activity from a street front room w/a balcony. There is a lot of noise (especially music which is constant) but some are quite happy w/that. Although the rooms are very shabby and tired looking and can be daunting upon first glance, the beds are quite comfy. One bedspread had stains which looked old...that bed went unused. Light panel over vanity area broken and w/2 holes made me wonder about cameras... The room phone had an oily, dirty looking film all over it; obviously, it was never used by us. There is a coffeemaker in the room w/1 packet of coffee; I washed everything out before using as well as after (I can only dream that one day everyone will pay it forward) and was happy w/the results. But there were not enough creamer packets so coffee time was not enjoyable. There is okay coffee in the lobby as well as some pieces of (not too fresh tasting) pan dulce. I was disappointed. The staff though, they were friendly and tried to accommodate guests as best they could. Stacked parking is tight (very!!!) but everyone manages. And there is an offsite lot as well which has security and most of our party had to use it...no problems. We paid $150 per night...waaaayyyy overpriced for what you get (dingy towels, no bath mat -thank God I took flip flops which i used the entire time i was in the room, especially to shower; very poor lighting in bedroom, vanity and shower areas, no radio/clock, and if you open your window or door, you get lots of flies). AC worked well but you're either freezing or sweating...didn't feel it was working at in between stages; floors very squeaky. I took my own pillow and a sheet which I used as I'm very particular when it comes to covering myself w/hotel/motel bed linens. This place is not for everyone but I saw people of various ethnicities checking in for the weekend (Latino, Caucasian, French, Argentinean, African-American...and it seemed they're all regulars), but it does seem to have its built-in clientele. Both chairs on balconies were very dirty but some balconies had only one, or none. Lounge chairs in pool area are very limited (I think only 6) as were tables (2) and they're usually 'marked' by towels, shorts, bags of junk food. And most of it is by one or two families who spend their days there w/their kids which makes it very noisy whether you're trying to enjoy the pool, get some rest, or occupying a poolside room. Although very close to port, arriving/departing ships horns are not a deal breaker as some have stated in their review. I heard them but they were not deafening nor disturbing. As for families w/little ones, I'd suggest you walk to the corner and head down 1 block to the Tacos Don Chente stand where you'll get tacos, tortas, or burritos (the bomb!) and then continue to the port where you'll find many others enjoying the water jets (at night it becomes a light show); they'll enjoy the water and running around between the water spurts (lots and lots of fun!); being close to the port where they can see the huge cruise ships docked, get lots of sun, and, the plus? You'll tire them out so much they'll hit the pillow and be out once back in the room. :) Oh, you can get your tacos on the way back from enjoying the water (which along w/the light show, you'll also enjoy other entertainment at the bandshell).…
Overpriced - due to event preceding Baja 500 - (Lucas Oil competition of some kind). Reception very accommodating but rooms were 1-2 star quality. Convenient location near heart of Calle Primera. Would stay there again but only very reduced rate.
Let me start this off by saying the people who work there, are absolutely friendly and helpful. This review is not a reflection of them. But the hotel itself, I was not happy with. There is very dim lighting in the room, there was holes in the walls. (I stuffed them with toilet paper). I found a dead cockroach, not small either. One early morning, we woke up, and you could hear rats in the walls. Taking a shower was painful, the shower head was so strong, it felt like it was stabbing me, I literally had to clutch my chest and take the fastest shower ever in my life. Unfortunately we won't be staying here again.
The gentleman at the counter was very friendly. But the room was dismal. It was dirty and looked a shambles. I was trying to talk myself into being okay with paying almost 100.00 dollars for a crappy room, but then I saw a small bug walking across the bedspread and I was out of there like a shot. To their credit, they refunded me my money very quickly. I stayed across the street at the El Cid and am very happy I did.