Directions to Hotel Posada Senor MananaAddress: Alvaro Obregon 1, Colonia Centro, San Jose del Ca, San Jose del Cabo, Mexico
Average rating: 88%
Rooms from: US$ 36.80
Directions to Hotel Posada Senor Manana
Driving from the States: Two major bording crossings, Tijuana or Tecate. Aproximatly 1000 miles of peninsula, from border to the tip. This is not freeway driving but its a good 2 lane highway driving all paved, no shoulder. This is a 2 or 3 days drive for an average driver. Local travel: Shuttle bus/walking directions The airport shuttle bus will drop you on Mijares street near the town square; Follow Mijares to the Town Square (el centro). With your back to the church you will be facing a row of shops and restaurants, that line is the sidewalk. Follow the sidewalk to the Casa de la Cultural (a colorful building), you will pass Hotel Casa Natalia and a Saks jewellery, around the corner from the jewellery and down the hill you will see our sign. There are two signs for Señor Mañana's wich is a bit confusing, come to the lower sign with the orange flower painted on it and come in the green gate. We'll be ready for you. If in doubt: always try the simplified Spanish; Donde esta Hotel Señor Mañana? (Where is Hotel Señor Mañana?) Driving directions: On leaving the airport, travel south (To San Jose del Cabo not north to La Paz) approximately 7 miles on Highway 1 (divided 4 line main highway to San Jose del Cabo). As you approach San Jose del Cabo there is a Pemex gas station on the left and a turning circle on a traffic light and signs above roadway that says Cabo San Lucas straight/ San Jose Centro Histórico to the left. Go left here. Continue on pavement down along the estuary, you will pass Chapa Veterinary, El encanto, and Yucas inn, we are the next place to Yuca´s. you can park there and go around the corner of the big palapa, You will see our sign with the orange flower come trough the green gate and you are here! From the Pemex station to here its about 3 minutes driving and two long blocks. We are about 8 blocks from the Post office, Red Cross, Fire Station just a few steps from the Town Square, 2 locals down hill from the Marine Museum and Cultural Center (a colorful building). Inside the Art District. Ask for us most people know this place.