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A great way to see a Mexican town and its history is to book a tour . Ensenada has so much history and the local people are also friendly. You must visit the Hussongs Cantina where the margarita was invented.We had a fantastic tour guide...More
This is a most to see while your visit to Ensenada. The architecture is just impressive! It has old pictures of the years this hotel was in its most busy years! It is well maintain. The bar has a sign in which states "the birth"...More
Had read about this hotel as it was a playground for a lot of Hollywood celebrities such as Lucy and Desi Arnaz. Jack Dempsey actually helped fund the construction. Beautiful Spanish colonial architecture rich with beautiful tile work and painted murals throughout. Take some time...More
We took a 3 hour guided tour of Ensenada (4:30 - 7:30 pm) during our Princess Cruise port stop and are we ever glad we did! One of the stops 'The Riviera del Pacifico' was once a very glamourous resort and casino, a favourite of...More
I have visited this attraction twice during 2 Princess Cruises shore excursions that included a second stop to La Bufadora. I enjoyed my tour guides on both trips. This site is close enough to the port that you don't need to take a shore excursion...More
It was one of the stops on a Cruise Excursion. Interesting narration of the origin of California and Baja California. Visit of the building with information. Refreshments were included in the tour and also wine tasting where you could buy wine from the region. Outside,...More
Visited this historical building as part of a cruise excursion, and we really didn't expect much. We were very pleasantly surprised. The tour guide was excellent, and conveyed her passion and pride about the history of the site and the city of Ensenada. She told...More
Take a few minutes to walk the grounds and through the building.
Much early 20th century history here.
Several parties including weddings were being set up while we were there, but you are welcome to wander through.
Definitely worth a stop.
This is our favorite place to go and walk around. The gardens are beautiful and it's well preserved. It's fun to walk around and imagine all of the Hollywood celebrities that frequented the place during prohibition. Lucille Ball and Dezy Arnet being the most famous....More
Hello, it is not necessary to join a tour, however, a tour guide provides awesome historical information about the hotel. if you are doing a solo tour, I recommend to read about the hotel prior to visit the site (for a... More
Hello, it is not necessary to join a tour, however, a tour guide provides awesome historical information about the hotel. if you are doing a solo tour, I recommend to read about the hotel prior to visit the site (for a full experience).