During my travels, I’ve always looked for resorts that had a story to tell, especially a historical one. I recently spent some time in Rosarita Beach Hotel, located 18 miles south of Tijuana Mexico. The resort was built in 1924 by Don Manuel Barbachano, who was responsible for initiating telephone service and electricity to the community as well as the Tijuna Freeway System. It was a haven for Rita Hayworth, John Wayne, Frank Sinatra, Gregory Peck, and Marilyn Monroe just to mention a few.Today, celebrities such as Tom Hallick formerly of ” The Young and Restless ” say, ” Rosarito Beach Hotel carries the historic culture of Mexico and the beauty and tranquility of a small town. It’s an easy drive and a quick getaway.” states Hallick. The resort has a new condominium tower, which has the latest technologies in condo living and are available for home ownership. This quaint and historical resort also plays host to corporate events and retreats, along with anniversaries.The chefs at Rosarito are famous for providing excellent brunches. You may want to inquire about their new restaurants and check out their new spa where their famous Aromatic Swedish massage is receiving rave reviews and all for $29.00.
There’s also plenty of activities such as wine tasting at various wineries, The Fox Studios where the Titanic was filmed, whale watching and paragliding. Abraham, the hotel’s activity director, schedules the tours. On a personal note,this reporter found the staff and the quality of service at Rosarito Hotel superb.I personally commend Mr Hugo Peon, the general manager for his hospitality and his vision in providing personalized service in a warm friendly environment. For reservations call 1  343-8582. Tell them Pete sent you.
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