Rosarito

The town of Rosarito is one portion of the municipality named Playas de Rosarito

Rosarito is a coastal resort city in the Mexican state of Baja California located approximately 10 miles south of the U.S. border in Rosarito Seaside Municipality. Frequently mistakenly called Rosarito Seaside simply because of the effectivelyacknowledged Rosarito Seaside Hotel, the town of Rosarito is a single part of the municipality named Playas de Rosarito (“Beaches of Rosarito”).

Its beaches, latina escorts and dance clubs are a common destination for younger people from the United States throughout the Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends. Rosarito Seaside is the seat of the municipality of Rosarito Seaside. The city is the second greatest in the Tijuana metropolitan region and southern beach city of the San Diego–Tijuana global metropolitan region.

It is the westernmost municipal seat in Mexico, slightly farther west than neighboring Tijuana, which lies inland to its north-northeast. As of 2010, the city had a population of 65,278.

Rosarito has historically been centered on tourism and Rosarito escorts. It began with the Ortiz family’s establishment of Rene’s (Bar, Restaurant, Trailer Park and Motel) in 1925. Rene served his town holding the place Delegado (Mayor) far more than any other politician in Rosarito. Rene, a prominent businessman, assisted produce Rosarito from a ranch to a town which later became a city. When Rene was not ready to serve his people any longer he chose as his successor Hugo Torres Chabert, a good friend and owner of Hotel Rosarito. In September 1996, James Cameron’s production team moved to the newly constructed Fox Baja Studios in Rosarito, where a total scale RMS Titanic had been constructed for the 1997 film, in which Fox acquired 40 acres of waterfront south of Rosarito Seaside.