If you want something with budget pricing, some boutique feel, and none of the Disneyland feel of a typical hotel in a Mexican resort town, consider the Rocamar. A refurbished hotel from the 60's with great views of the water right outside the room window (be sure to ask for ocean view), AC, and a small pool and lounge area. Does not have TV in the room (there is one in a common area), but who needs that - read a book, go to the beach! The rooms were not as luxurious as a full on 'Boutique Hotel', but they're comfortable, and half the price. I preferred that the hotels was on the edge of town next to the plaza in front of the main church, as it made eating and strolling through town very easy. I preferred that it was not near the other tourist hotels on the Playa Norte, yet was only an easy 5 - 10 minute walk away.
Again, if you're looking for luxury, maybe go elsewhere. Rocamar has great value and pleasant rooms with good design.
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