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A salt-mining town, Guerrero Negro has little to offer the tourist, but it is located in a crucial stop over location on the long ride down the Baja Peninsula. It also is the jump off point for whale watching tours in Scammons Lagoon nearby. Malarrimo...More
While there are newer and perhaps nicer hotels in Guerrero Negro now, we chose to stay at the Malarrimo because it is quaint, rustic and clean. The rooms are very basic and look a bit dated, but they are clean and comfortable for a one-night...More
We have stayed here several times over the years and it has always worked out for the best. The rooms are comfortable and clean. there are even a few with lofts if you're bringing along the kids. The restaurant is great. They book their own...More
Malarrimo is a quirky, older property but the rooms are clean and the staff is nice. The walls are thin and it was a little noisy at night from other guests talking outside and barking dogs. The restaurant is fabulous, however and makes up for...More
Stayed here largely due to the hotel's number 2 rating of hotels in Guerrero Negro. Ratings are relative to the area and since all of the hotels/motels in town are pretty run down as is the town itself, a number 2 rating isn't actually saying...More
Loreto BC to Guerrero Negro is about 416 KM very far to provide transport. I do not think so, if they agree to do that it will be a very costly affair. Try Tour Companies on Ensenada, they have Tour Companies taking people... More
Loreto BC to Guerrero Negro is about 416 KM very far to provide transport. I do not think so, if they agree to do that it will be a very costly affair. Try Tour Companies on Ensenada, they have Tour Companies taking people to GN for Whale Watching, that will be a cheaper option.