The SpaceFully equipped kitchen, cable TV with DVD player, stereo system with CD player, telephone, Wi-Fi (fee) private deck with gas barbecue and washer and dryer (located in closet across from unit). Guest AccessFour outdoor swimming pools and hot tubs, saunas, fitness center, tennis courts, clubhouses, pool tables, children's playground, sunbathing deck, on-site massage, Wi-Fi in common areas, restaurant and elevators for unit access. Interaction with GuestsFor your convenience, you will find a starter supply of spices, tea, coffee, creamer, sugar,paper towels, tissues, toilet paper and laundry soap. The NeighborhoodGlorious sun, warm sand, refreshing surf and … WorldMark, The Club. Authentic taquerìas exist side by side with the type of discount shoe stores
found in suburban American malls. And numerous hotels abound, including Festival Plaza, which more closely resembles a monolithic, amusement
park ride than a relaxing, beachside retreat. But even amidst the expansion and commercialization, you can still find slices of old Mexico.
Journey off the main drag, Boulevard Benito Juárez, and head toward the ocean, and you'll discover an intricate maze of outdoor stalls. These
open-air artisans' markets sell embroidered shirts, stained glass, decorative tiles, pottery, silver and multicolored blankets. Shopping here is
pleasantly chaotic, with gregarious merchants shouting that you're going the wrong way when you bypass their stalls. Or, for a change of pace, you can
check out the action at 20th Century Fox Studios—a fifteen minute drive south of the resort.
Nature is something Mexico keeps undiluted. Stretching for nearly five miles is a strip of beach that has escaped, for the most part, the repercussions
of both time and Americana. Sea lions can be seen sunning on the rocks and the occasional pod of dolphins might be caught practicing acrobatics.
From January to March, California gray whales make it a point to swing by Rosarito during their annual winter migration. And just a short drive from
Rosarito Beach, the Real del Mar Golf Club beckons with 18 scenic holes overlooking the ocean.
If outdoor recreation begins to grow tiresome, there is always food and drink to rescue you! Seafood is the favorite in Baja California, especially
lobster, shrimp and abalone. El Nido, located on the main boulevard, features an outdoor atrium—with a soothing waterfall, abundant plants and caged
quail whose pleasant chirping accompanies your meal. La Paloma's 14-acre resort overlooks seagull-dotted, sun-splashed, pure Mexican coastline.
Paths from the entrance lead down to sandy white beach. After touring the grounds, take a moment to perch on the high rocky wall above the
shimmering ocean, and watch as waves crash at your feet. Off in the distance you can see Rosarito Beach Hotel, a remnant from the area's early
Hollywood phase. And behind you, you'll find a staggering array of resort amenities, including three lighted tennis courts, four swimming pools, four
spas, a gym, massage room with saunas, four clubhouses and recreational rooms for cards or pool. Getting AroundFrom the Resort to the US Border Set trip odometer to “0” before exiting resort Exit resort going south (right) At the signal, make a U-turn heading back north Stay to the right, following the sign to Tijuana/Scenic Rte (Mexico 1D)
At approx. 16 miles, pay $2.45 toll (US dollars accepted). At 17.5 miles the road will veer down a hill to the right, sign will read San Diego/Tecate Proceed down hill Once past traffic signal get immediately into the left turn lane Make a U-turn and follow signs to San Diego At approx. 22 miles, make a left turn, get into the right lane and follow the signs to San Diego At the border, have your ID ready