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Where to Stay in San Felipe

At one time, the area’s visitor accommodations were mainly camps, small motels and a scant few hotels, and very few expatriates remained full-time in the village.  With the increased traffic by tourists, ‘snowbirds,’ and retirees, San Felipe’s accommodations choices have broadened fishing camps and funky little hostel-type places, but there are now resorts, time-shares and other lodging choices to meet all needs.     The actual town of San Felipe is small, so you never have to worry about being too far away from some restaurant or activity.  Most people who arrive in town get there by automobile, so drivingRead More

Great places to stay in San Felipe

Once you’ve decided which accommodation type is best for you, consider some of the stand-outs listed here.  This is by no means comprehensive, but rather a few that have just a little something special!              El Dorado Ranch :  Upscale golf-course, oceanfront vacation rentals, adjacent to the Las Caras golf course.                    San Felipe Marina Resort : Ocean-front resort with nice amenities and close to town.        La Hacienda de la Langosta Roja : Downtown favorite for fishermen and bike groups, and a great restaurant.                   Pete’s Fish Camp:  Erstwhile favorite forRead More

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With the increased traffic by tourists, ‘snowbirds,’ and retirees, San Felipe’s accommodations choices have broadened fishing camps and funky little hostel-type places, but there are now resorts, time-shares and other lodging choices to meet all needs.