Lonely Planet review
Casa Pablito is a bit of a hike from the Zona Hotelera, but it offers quiet rooms, a wet bar (literally - you swim up to it), hearty breakfasts, and colorful Mexican decor. Rooms have attractive tiled patterns, full-size fridges, and the friendly staff is bilingual.
Located a 15-minute walk from the heart of the tourist zone, Casa Pablito is a bright, cheery, peach-pink oasis. The pool is full-sized, spotless, with deep blue accents and seats at one end where you can swim up for a drink under the palapa. Rooms are big and eat-off-the-floor clean, with high ceilings, air-conditioning, fans, TVs, and cheery Puebla tile inlaid designs. The walk to the marina may feel long, especially late at night, but a taxi solves the problem for anyone who's not interested in the exercise. People wanting a sound sleep will appreciate the distance - you're more likely to hear the cluck of chickens than the screams of party chicks.