Nightlife in Loreto

This tranquil community has some alternatives for a fun night.

Hidalgo and Madero
Phone (612) 125 0078

Located inside the Desert Island Hotel.
Phone (612) 123 0700

Madero and Callejón Aldama
Phone (612) 125 0065

Blvd. Adolfo López Mateos

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