Frequently asked questions

The most consistent flight from the United States is on Alaska Airlines via Los Angeles (approximate flight time 100 minutes). The Canadian carrier is Westjet. In addition American Airlines has seasonal direct flights from Phoenix and Dallas (check for availability). Another option is to fly to San Diego and cross at the Cross Border Express (CBX) which allows travelers to walk into the Tijuana Airport from the US side and from there travel on the national carrier Volaris.

Mexico does not require proof of vaccination to travel. Note however that the use of facemasks (cubrebocas) is required throughout the state of Southern Baja whenever outside your residence. In addition, note that a negative Covid test is required at the airport for travel home. The test must be acquire no more than three days before travel and can be acquired as a same day test at many locations in town. Approximate cost is $40 – $50 usd.

We are located in the El Jaral neighborhood near the center of town. Our address is Calle Madero No. 198 Norte on the Corner of Preparatoria. Taxis are available at the airport. Let us know if you would like to arrange for private transportation to and from the airport.

This really depends on your interests and heat tolerance. Fishing in the summer (especially for Dorado) is spectacular however the average daily temperature is consistently 100 degrees F with high humidity. Summer (June to September) is also considered the off season with fewer visitors. Winter temperatures are milder and is the most popular time to visit.  Our favorite months for weather are November/December and March/April.  For a summary of seasonal weather and fishing, go to: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loreto,_Baja_California_Sur. A good summary of local events can be found at: https://hotelsantafeloreto.com/blog/events. Note however that due to COVID restrictions, many of these events have been postponed.

Domes Suites Domes is our home. Like all homes, residents should respect the needs of their neighbors and as a rule it is a quieter place. We’re located in a residential neighborhood and, as is typical here, there can be ambient noise from barking dogs, roosters, music, and street vendors. With that said, we can also be a festive place depending on the mix and desires of folks currently staying on the property. As a general rule however, we ask that guests “keep it down” after 10:00 p.m.

As a general rule, no; use of the facility is for registered guests only. However, please ask us if special circumstances arise and we’ll do our best to accommodate your request.

No, we don’t. Note however that we have two well behaved resident cats: Mochi and Goliat.

Smoking is not allowed anywhere on the property. Vaping is allowed.

High speed wireless internet (60mbs down and 70mbs up) is available throughout the property.