Against a backdrop of the Sierra de la Giganta mountains, the Sea of Cortes, and the islands of the Loreto Bay Marine Park, sits the Inn at Loreto Bay, an environmentally conscious hotel with a full menu of recreational opportunities for all travelers. The Inn offers 155 rooms with standard and suite options featuring Mexican architecture, air conditioning, coffee makers, safes, satellite television, wireless internet, irons and boards, room service and non-smoking rooms. All offer views of the Sea of Cortes and Marine Park. The resort offers a wide variety of things to do or a chance to unwind under a palapa on the sandy beach, watching pelicans dive into the sea. The resort concierge can arrange for fishing trips in local panga boats to the calm waters of the area for some of the worlds best sport fishing. And at the end of your trip, the hotel staff will prepare your catch however you would like, whether to dine among friends or to package to bring home. Your concierge can also arrange guided kayak trips to the estuaries immediately surrounding the hotel, mountain biking for the experienced or the newcomer, guided hiking trips to discover some of the worlds most diverse habitats for fish, birds, plant, and animal life. Golf on the new David Duval championship golf course, friendly for players of all levels and for the environment. Services at the resort include babysitting, currency exchange, laundry and safe deposit boxes. And when youre ready to learn while enjoying your vacation, take advantage of classes in Spanish, Guacamole making, and crafts. If you just want to relax, enjoy a local spa treatment from the Spa at the Innin a Spa Room, on a private patio under a cabana, in your room, or under a Palapa on the Beach. The Inn offers 3 restaurants for Dining, a swim up bar, 2 swimming pools and jacuzzi, fitness room, and gift shop featuring Mexican arts and crafts. If you want to venture further, the concierge can arrange for trips to San Javier Mission in the mountains, to Magdalena Bay for whale watching, or to Coronado Island for snorkeling in crystal clear waters and then enjoying a picnic lunch on the white sand beach. If you dont want to travel far, the historic pueblo of Loreto is only 10 minutes away, where shopping, dining in small cafes and restaurants, or just walking on the Malecon will make you forget the time. At the center of Loreto life is the 310 year old Mission of Our Lady of Loreto, the first mission in all the Californias, which eventually spread from Loreto to California.