0.9 miles from Cruise Terminal
Avenue Blancarte 130 Box
Free continental breakfast, free margarita hour, Hi-Speed Internet, 24-hour security and parking plus every personally redecorated room has in-room coffee, hair dryers, personal safes and servibar. This charming colonial hotel and spa is located in the heart of the port of Ensenada, a block away from the Bay and just a step away from wonderful shopping...More
1.9 miles from Cruise Terminal
Riviera Maya, MX
Positioned in the heart of the Riviera Maya, the Aventura Cove Palace All Inclusive offers easy access to various attractions that surrounds this beautiful city thus making it an ideal destination for leisure travelers.The hotel guests can choose from a selection of three on-site restaurants to savour an exceptional cuisine. The hotel has a swimming pool...More
42.0 miles from Cruise Terminal
Benito Juarez Blvd.
Rosarito Beach, MX
The Rosarito Beach Hotel and Resort is just 20 miles south of the border from San Diego. The Pristine beaches, Mexican culture, wonderful hotels, fabulous restaurants and an exciting nightlife all combine to offer visitors a unique experience they will not be able to find anywhere else. The hotel features a dramatic beachfront setting...More
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About Ensenada Cruise Terminal
Most cruise tourists arrive on the three- and four-night sailings offered by Royal Caribbean's Monarch of the Seas and Carnival's Ecstasy. Ensenada is just 70 miles south of the border in Baja California and enjoys a temperate, Mediterranean-style climate.
Cruise ships dock at the recently constructed Ensenada port terminal, which has two berths. Each pier boasts its own market village, where visitors can buy Mexican trinkets, liquor and other items. Even if you plan on staying by the ship's pool all day, do make the effort to stop at the market village to browse through the offerings there.
Passengers who want to travel into town will normally board shuttle vans. Expect to pay $2 for the five-minute ride (a good value, and a way to keep your feet fresh for walking about). During the ride, the guide will tout the first of the sights you may wish to see.