If you’re looking for a budget friendly hotel in Los Mochis, look no further than Montecarlo Hotel.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a desk, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The property also features a lounge to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Italian restaurants, including Metro Pizza, Manzara Saldas & More, and Ezka Restaurante, all of which are a short distance from Montecarlo Hotel.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a garden, such as Jardín Botánico Benjamin Francis Johnston.
The staff at Montecarlo Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
It's fine. Everything I needed and a short walk from a central plaza and the market. I arrived late from train station without a reservation. The room was a little too perfumed for my liking, though. Restaurant in hotel lobby seems popular but I didn't eat there.
Yes, the Monte Carlo is past its prime but it looks as if some renovation and scrubbing has occurred since the bashing reviews of a few years ago. The lobby and common areas are more impressive than the rooms but it's still clean, safe and cheap; a good overnight option on the long trip from the West Coast to central México. Check in early, before 7:00 pm or so and get one of the limited parking spaces in the enclosed lot.
Yes this place has seen better days but I respectfully suggest that the previous review was an overreaction and overstatement. We stayed one night after arriving from Tucson by night bus. It was a welcome find at that price and location. It does have some "colonial charm" in the common areas, a pleasant staff and excellent breakfasts served in the common courtyard by a concessionaire that runs the attached restaurant. The rooms are a bit shopworn but were not nearly as bad as described. We thought it was just about right for what we paid... I would recommend it for budget conscious travelers who need a night of two in Mochis... By the way, it's a pretty nice little modern town. The hotel staff were very helpful to us and made multiple phone calls on our behalf. We went from Los Mochis to El Fuete by bus and the relevant terminal is within easy walking distance.…
On arrival late at night the desk clerk knew nothing of our reservation. Our room was unrenovated and without doubt the worst hovel we have ever stayed in. A heavy layer of dust and filth covered everything, including the aged decrepit "furniture". The patio doors were "locked" with a broken piece of wood. The bed sheets were threadbare and a sullen grey color from years of inadequate washing. The tiny bathroom floor crawled with insects, to the point where my wife refused to enter, and I would not even consider having a shower (probably no warm water either!). We both slept fitfully on TOP of the bed! Next morning the desk clerk was not even aware of our presence, and after paying we quickly left, NEVER to return again! PS: it is NOT close to El Chepe, which is probably 5 miles away via taxi.…
I stayed at the Montecarlo for just one night before taking the Chepe train to Chihuahua. I enjoyed the colonial atmosphere, the staff was friendly and helpful, giving me a wake-up call and having a taxi waiting when I came down (and telling me how much the regular prices were so the driver could not rip me off). The food in the restaurant was authentic Mexican food, the room was clean but small and dark. As a single woman I would ask for a room close to the patio, the dark, long corridors to the quieter rooms might make women feel uncomfortable coming home at night.