Villa del Palmar at The Islands of Loreto in Loreto, Mexico
Imagine a pristine land of golden beaches, shimmering surf, and magnificent sunsets, and open your eyes to the beauty of Loreto, Mexico. Nestled against the stunning Sea of Cortez, on the Baja Peninsula, Villa del Palmar at The Islands of Loreto will captivate you mind, body, and soul, and introduce you to the lap of luxury and the tranquil ambiance of the beach. Fabulous villa suites welcome you to cast off from the world and relax in true style and comfort, complete with full kitchens, separate sleeping and living rooms, and all the modern entertainment options. Bright and inviting, each room is crafted from soothing, charming tones, with gleaming tiled floors, and the warmth of brilliant natural sunlight streaming through large picture windows and sliding glass doors. Step out onto your private balcony and gaze out over stunning ocean views, soak in deep tubs each evening, and sleep in plush, inviting beds each night. At Villa del Palmar at The Islands of Loreto, discover a tranquil coastal gem that will forever charm your heart.
Wake to the gentle sounds of the surf rolling ashore, the sun just warming the golden sands, and head out to nearby Loreto Bay Golf Course for a wonderful morning round. After 18 holes in the tropics, stroll down to the beach and stretch out under the sun, dive into the surf to cool down, and enjoy a scenic kayaking tour along the Sea of Cortez. Charter a private yacht for the day, sipping champagne as you cruise along the Bay of Loreto, or head out on the sea to fish for magnificent marlin and dorado as long as you wish. Dive under the surf on a fascinating scuba excursion, and come face to face with over 900 species amidst dazzling coral reefs. In the afternoon take a trip to nearby Scorpion Bay to surf some brilliant sets, or enjoy a friendly tennis match as the sun begins to sink behind the horizon. After a full day of fun and excitement, enjoy a perfect dinner of Mediterranean and American cuisines at The Market Restaurant, then sink into the evening sipping a cocktail while cozied up to one of the resort's marvelous beach firepits. With your stay at Villa del Palmar at The Islands of Loreto, relax, unwind, and escape, and enjoy the pure tropical wonderland of Mexico's Baja Peninsula.
Location of Villa del Palmar at The Islands of Loreto
Nearest Airport: LTO
Amenities for Villa del Palmar at The Islands of Loreto
- Poolside Dining
- Outdoor Dining
- 2 Restaurants
- 24-Hour Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Beauty Salon
- Spa on Property
- Hiking Trails
- Fitness Center
- Private Beach
- Multilingual Staff
- In-Room Spa Services
- Outdoor Spa Treatments
- Scuba Diving
- ATV Tours
- Boat Excursions
- Whale Watching
- Horseback Riding
- Kids Club
- Active & Adventure
- All Inclusive
- Cool Pools
- Holiday Hotel Deals
- Kids' Club
Reviews for Villa del Palmar at The Islands of Loreto
The LA connection coming and going is unfortunate, but once you get here it is spectacular. We took the group shuttle for the 40 minute drive from the airport, it was full but not uncomfortable. This is low season so not very busy, no issues getting lounges at the pool or at the beach. Beach is outstanding with kayaks, paddle boards etc and easy walk (wade) out access to both fishing and snorkel boats. Staff is outstanding, pool service was prompt. Food service was fine during the day at Market with special dinner events most nights, including dinner on the beach which was great. The sunset that night was spectacular. We also enjoyed Casa Mia as a quiet sports bar oriented Italian spot. Great pasta and a nice change of pace. The more formal dining room was very nice the one night we tried it, but more than we wanted on a short week stay. We did not try the spa or the golf but others seemed to enjoy both.
ABenn99 - Houston, Texas
I can not say enough about how beautiful this place is. The smells are amazing from the flowers. All kinds of wild life on the ground and in the water. The people are extremely nice that work at the resort. Entertainment nightly and all through out the day. You are in the middle of no where and the food is very expensive. Burger (Angus) the best I have ever had!!!! but you will pay $17 US. Sometimes the morning and evening buffets would range from $25-45 US dollars. They also have an IVA tax on every purchase of anything on the resort and in town. I found myself spending a lot of time at making sure that I was not being over charged for anything I purchased at the resort. That did not make me happy. I was to be on vacation and I should not of had to check to make sure I was not getting ripped off. I was not expecting it to cost so much. That is really the only complaint I have. Other than that it was a wonderful time in paradise. Go and check it out yourself!!! It is a beautiful place and all the nature will keep you in awe!
Easy check in, great quiet resort. Room was great along with a fabulous view of the bay. We played 9 holes of golf which has some breathtaking views. Course was very nice and in great condition. Food at the restaurant was great along with the service. Manny at the pool service was the best.
99fish - New York City, New York
Self-contained Resort with a beautiful location in the Baja Peninsula! The guest rooms with verandas were very large. They also had kitchens and laundry facilities. Great activities schedule and fabulous golf course with spectacular views of the bay and ocean! Also, had children activities and great tours for all to enjoy! The plated food was better than the buffets. The all inclusive food and beverage package was the way to go! The spa had wonderful treatments and lounging areas!
Janet S - Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Our arrival at the resort was very hurried and confusing. I understand they are trying to get everyone checked in quickly, but I had to stop them and just ask questions, like, where did everyone else go? We went with 3 other couples and we had no idea where anyone else was it check in was so fast. We walked in and boom, everyone was gone! The grounds were well kept and beautiful. Our one bedroom suite was gorgeous and very spacious with an awesome view of the bay and the golf course. The housekeeping was kind of different. Some days the bed was made, one time it was like they just pulled up the blankets. One couple we went with had towels made into different animals, we never had that. Sometimes they would bring the next days schedule in and set it on the table, some days it was jammed in the door. Minor stuff, but just a bit odd and inconsistent. Over all, this place is not like the Villa Del Palmar in Cabo at all. This place is upscale, quiet, and best of all, no beach vendors! We did the all inclusive which we have not done before. At this resort, and for the 6 days we were there, I think it is the way to go as there is nothing within walking distance of the resort. A round trip shuttle to town was $20 per person. The town was small and quiet, and we were told by a local it was about 18,000 people and more like a large family than a town. We only saw one policeman while we were in town, and we felt very safe. Like I said previously, This isn't like Cabo at all. Everyone we talked to that had been to town before said you could not go wrong at any restaurant, and the one we ate at was great! The food at the resort was great no matter which restaurant we ate at, and Danzantes was worth every bit of the $15 per person up charge over our all inclusive package. The spa at the resort was awesome! Very attentive and a very relaxing time! Going through the different water stations was a treat. Rotating between steam, cold showers, warm jacuzzi and hot jacuzzi another cold shower, a Swedish shower, epsom salt bath with fresh aloe rub was so relaxing I wanted to take a nap afterwards! The island/snorkel tour was fun and a definite must do! The guides were awesome and we even got to see a whale, which was great since this was not the time of year they would normally be there. The fishing was pretty good, even though it was the slow time. We were bottom fishing in 500' of water and managed to catch enough to feed 8 of us. We had an awesome dinner that the chef at the Casa Mia restaurant fixed for us from our catch! The language barrier was a bit tough at times. Knowing Spanish would have been a big help as it seemed very few were fluent in English, and if there was something specific we needed, we would have to locate one of the few we knew could understand. Over all it was an awesome place and well worth the trip!
Montana_Ed - Colorado Springs, Colorado