Hotels Near Malecon In La Paz

4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.24km from Malecon
We had a lovely, spacious room facing the Sea or Cortez. We were welcomed at the desk by Gina and another staff member who gave us such good advice about what to see in La Paz and helped us book tours and transportation. I was hesitant to book this hotel since the price was so low but it turns out it was the greatest bargain I’ve ever gotten in a hotel room. We had breakfast at the 5th floor restaurant where the views are amazing...also becomes a great place for an evening cocktail to watch the sunset.
FromUS$88
0/50 Reviews
0.37km from Malecon
The Hotel Baja Club is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Hotel Baja Club is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of La Paz. The hotel offers easy access to Leon Airport, just 13km away. This hotel is located near many of La Paz's attractions including Museo de la ballena, Museo de Antropologia e Historia de Baja California Sur and Buen Provecho. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel.
FromUS$270
3.5/510 Reviews
0.37km from Malecon
The room was large and the air conditioning cooled the room down. The shower had hot water. The maid cleaned our room every day. We had a balcony. There was drinking water available in the hallway outside our room. The check in desk downstairs is 24 hours. There are casual restaurants and bars throughout the area surrounding this hotel. We spent 2 nights here in late July of 2018. We visited at the same time that the street in front of the hotel was being replaced, but we are easygoing people and this was fine with us. We did not mind.
FromUS$28
3.5/55 Reviews
0.46km from Malecon
Great location two blocks from the bay. Also not far from two mercados. Rooms were simple but charming and clean, wifi, hot water, a/c, new tiles. Pretty courtyard with complimentary drinking water, but no coffee or breakfast. Price was right, at about $22 us dollars a night. Great restaurant Claro fish jr across the street. Employees spoke English. Outside needs a little paint etc, sidewalks bad, but much nicer inside. We recommend it!
FromUS$28
4.2/5Very Good13 Reviews
0.52km from Malecon
Amazing location. Breakfast is unbeatable. Pool is heated and amazing. Rooms are just fine.
FromUS$73
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.7km from Malecon
We spent one evening here. Making a reservation was a simple and straightforward process – I used Booking.com. Our room featured two firm but comfortable double beds with large pillows. The sheets and comforter were of excellent quality (clean with no stains or holes). Additional amenities included a work station, a safe, strong free wifi, a coffee maker, complimentary bottled water, and most important, a great, walk in shower, with hot water, and nice thick towels, which was very much appreciated after spending 4 days at whale watching camp. There was a pool, which we did not use and the hotel is located less than a 10 minute walk from the malecon. Breakfast was included in our rate and was delicious – made to order with 5 packages that one could choose from. My only complaint was reception staff could have been a tad more welcoming. We asked a few questions and I felt like I was disturbing them.
FromUS$76
0/50 Reviews
0.72km from Malecon
The Espíritu Santo Hotel Boutique provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to La Paz will find that the Espíritu Santo Hotel Boutique is a fantastic accommodation choice. The hotel is just 12km away from Leon Airport. There is no shortage of things to see in the area, with the Buen Provecho, Museo de Antropologia e Historia de Baja California Sur and Museo de la ballena all nearby. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities. This La Paz hotel features parking on site.
FromUS$36
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.77km from Malecon
Staff was pleasant and helpful. Check-in was a breeze and they were kind enough to let us in early since our room was ready. This is such a nice touch that too many hotels don't consider. Room was clean and bed super comfortable. I would have liked to have more than one hand towel - I don't like to share lol. Washcloths are nice but I do realize that's often a US thing. Breakfast was decent and included. The restaurant is on the top level, along with the pool. It's a beautiful area up there and the view is outstanding. Close walking distance to town - but far enough away to keep this place on the quiet side and have parking.
FromUS$59
3.2/511 Reviews
0.96km from Malecon
The room is too small, the internal equipment is also very simple, not a bottle of water is not given, the parking position is quite empty, breakfast is OK, the variety is more, the waiter attitude can also
FromUS$62
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.34km from Malecon
We drove up from San Jose Del Cabo for a two night stay and booked this lovely hotel. The staff checked us in quickly, made recommendations for restaurants and were always warm, helpful and speak English. They helped us book a tour to Espíritu Santo island (don't use Eduardo's for it which they'll first recommend,way more money and is a middleman for other tour groups. Go for Alonso Tours). The location is great! It's on the quiet and gorgeous malecón (waterfront promenade) and very walkable. It was carnival when we visited so festivities were just 4 blocks from us on the malecón. We didn't get any noise from it but met other unlucky travelers who booked a place right in front of one of the many very loud stages. Word to the wise: carnival is every year in February but the dates change per the lunar cycle so do your research. The breakfast is by far the best complimentary breakfast we've had with your choice from a full entree menu, a variety of fresh juices, tea/coffee and you are seated in a beautiful restaurant facing the malecón. I highly recommend the French toast. We had dinner at the hotel restaurant, Oliva, wonderful Italian. Most pastas are freshly made, the calamari and shrimp appetizer fresh and not heavily fried, and the olive oil cake was a die for dessert- we almost ordered a second one. We had a standard room on the ground floor, never heard traffic from the road, which isn't high traffic. The room was tastefully decorated in traditional Mexican wares and very cozy. The beds are spring beds, at least in the standard room. Mine wasn't comfortable but when I asked for extra padding they promptly added it and it was fine. There was always hot water though it was very low pressure on hot. Overall a fabulous stay and would definitely do it again! See my photos for views from the hotel and the terrace lounge.
FromUS$130
3.7/510 Reviews
1.35km from Malecon
Only 5 minutes’ drive from central La Paz, Hotel Hacienda Bugambilias features outdoor swimming pool, free Wi-Fi and garden views. La Paz walking pier is just 200 metres from the hotel.The simply decorated rooms have wooden furniture and hand-painted tiles in the bathroom. The rooms also feature a working desk, satellite TV and wake-up service. The bathrooms are private and offer free toiletries.The on-site restaurant serves traditional local dishes and seafood. And within a 1.2 km radius, guests will be able to find restaurants and other food options.The Historic Centre and the cathedral are 5 minutes’ walk from Hacienda Bugambilias, and La Paz International Airport is 13 km away. The hotel may help guests with the organization of different tours, such as whalewatching and city tours.
FromUS$53
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.95km from Malecon
Great room, nice facilities. Carlos, Hermes (?) and Julio took great care of us during our stay. Carlos was very helpful with information and helping to organize activities. Great staff, great service. The hotel is at the end of the Malecon and the street is busy but it's quiet in the hotel. The hotel is clean, comfortable and roomy--plenty for the 4 of us. Walking distance to anything located along the Malecon. And if you need a driver/taxi, ask Carlos to call Marcelo--very nice man, reasonable rates, very helpful and trustworthy. There is a ocean view but it is across the street and there is a old shell of a building there. The restaurant onsite, VRENTIN Baking Co., is very good with reasonable prices. Highly recommend it. We really enjoyed it and are looking forward to returning.
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Hotels Near Malecon In La Paz Review

5/58 Reviews
Spent 4 days at RLC prior to a wedding in Cabo January 16-20th. Great secluded location, good old world charm and wonderful place to get away. Our 4 children (14-9 yo) loved all the "downtime" activities of tennis, pickle ball, pool, chess, etc., while my wife and I loved the feeling that you were away from it all. Fishing was excellent, beaches were great, food was good and staff very friendly. Our favorite was our Saturday morning garden bfast. Facilities could use a touch up, but for a 70 yo property, they are well maintained and location makes up for some of the aging paint, etc. We will be back.
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FromUS$518
2.5/55 Reviews
You can even bring your fish from he fishing trip and the chef will cook it for you with style room are clean and comfortable with excellent AC and cable TV, Some rooms have fridge. pool and vies are very good. The bar is open and breakfast buffet is authentic Baja California style, . Dinner is slow pace so take your time
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FromUS$60
4.3/510 Reviews
We had a lovely, spacious room facing the Sea or Cortez. We were welcomed at the desk by Gina and another staff member who gave us such good advice about what to see in La Paz and helped us book tours and transportation. I was hesitant to book this hotel since the price was so low but it turns out it was the greatest bargain I’ve ever gotten in a hotel room. We had breakfast at the 5th floor restaurant where the views are amazing...also becomes a great place for an evening cocktail to watch the sunset.
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FromUS$88
4/510 Reviews
Room was quiet at 3rd floor and got ocean view. Pool was small but enough and nice. Had beach just out of the pool and watching sunset at the beach with a Kahlua was very nice. Very close to the main Malecon (actually is like the Malecon beginning or ending). It was in the middle for the sites I visited.
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FromUS$64
4.5/510 Reviews
Staff was pleasant and helpful. Check-in was a breeze and they were kind enough to let us in early since our room was ready. This is such a nice touch that too many hotels don't consider. Room was clean and bed super comfortable. I would have liked to have more than one hand towel - I don't like to share lol. Washcloths are nice but I do realize that's often a US thing. Breakfast was decent and included. The restaurant is on the top level, along with the pool. It's a beautiful area up there and the view is outstanding. Close walking distance to town - but far enough away to keep this place on the quiet side and have parking.
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FromUS$59
5/55 Reviews
What can I say.... This place is a little town that's very rustic and cute with lots to offer. In the middle of nowhere which is cool to get away from the hustle and bustle of touristy spots. The hotel though is outstanding we enjoyed it very much. We booked a regular room and the staff was kind enough to upgrade us to a suite to accommodate our family of 1 toddler and 1 baby. My wife and I felt super relaxed and calm at this place. It is nestled in the hills and its just so cool to just be there to do nothing. The hotel has lots to offer including zip lines and atv tours and horse back riding all of which you can book at the hotel. The staff was awesome and very attentive. At night the hotel shuts down and the grounds keeper is the only one there to attend to any needs. The coolest part is that the hotel is very cool with the rules we were able to stay in the pool after hours and we were able to swim at night under the stars and to make it even more romantic or up the ambience the ground keeper turned off the lights to the grounds so we can seem them clearly for us. Everything at this hotel was amazing. The rooms were very spacious and nice or at least the suite was which I would recommend to any families coming to stay. You will definitely have a Wonderfull time just hanging out here. Just FYI because it is a little town options to eat are very limited and if the restaurant is closed there is nowhere else to get food except going to the local store which has some provisions to eat. We did not expect that so keep in mind if you plan to show up and eat a late dinner your only option may only be whatever you can get at the store to eat until the next day. This place is definitely worth checking out and visiting even if its one night or just for the day. Cabanas el Triunfo was awesome you can't go wrong. They do offer breakfast for you and lunch which is cool because you can explore the town come back and eat and just relax in the desert.
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FromUS$60
4.1/510 Reviews
We drove up from San Jose Del Cabo for a two night stay and booked this lovely hotel. The staff checked us in quickly, made recommendations for restaurants and were always warm, helpful and speak English. They helped us book a tour to Espíritu Santo island (don't use Eduardo's for it which they'll first recommend,way more money and is a middleman for other tour groups. Go for Alonso Tours). The location is great! It's on the quiet and gorgeous malecón (waterfront promenade) and very walkable. It was carnival when we visited so festivities were just 4 blocks from us on the malecón. We didn't get any noise from it but met other unlucky travelers who booked a place right in front of one of the many very loud stages. Word to the wise: carnival is every year in February but the dates change per the lunar cycle so do your research. The breakfast is by far the best complimentary breakfast we've had with your choice from a full entree menu, a variety of fresh juices, tea/coffee and you are seated in a beautiful restaurant facing the malecón. I highly recommend the French toast. We had dinner at the hotel restaurant, Oliva, wonderful Italian. Most pastas are freshly made, the calamari and shrimp appetizer fresh and not heavily fried, and the olive oil cake was a die for dessert- we almost ordered a second one. We had a standard room on the ground floor, never heard traffic from the road, which isn't high traffic. The room was tastefully decorated in traditional Mexican wares and very cozy. The beds are spring beds, at least in the standard room. Mine wasn't comfortable but when I asked for extra padding they promptly added it and it was fine. There was always hot water though it was very low pressure on hot. Overall a fabulous stay and would definitely do it again! See my photos for views from the hotel and the terrace lounge.
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FromUS$130
4.3/510 Reviews
Great room, nice facilities. Carlos, Hermes (?) and Julio took great care of us during our stay. Carlos was very helpful with information and helping to organize activities. Great staff, great service. The hotel is at the end of the Malecon and the street is busy but it's quiet in the hotel. The hotel is clean, comfortable and roomy--plenty for the 4 of us. Walking distance to anything located along the Malecon. And if you need a driver/taxi, ask Carlos to call Marcelo--very nice man, reasonable rates, very helpful and trustworthy. There is a ocean view but it is across the street and there is a old shell of a building there. The restaurant onsite, VRENTIN Baking Co., is very good with reasonable prices. Highly recommend it. We really enjoyed it and are looking forward to returning.
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FromUS$104
4.5/56 Reviews
Driving up to the Hotel Alcatraz, one might pause. The area is neither residential nor touristy. The door is locked from the inside. Once inside. It feels like paradise. Before I go further, I must tell you what makes this place 5-Star: the owners, Gerardo and Maria. When you stay here, you feel like family. The rooms are large, the beds cozy and comfortable, the layout attractive. Lots of windows, indoor lighting, outlets. The Wi-Fi was reliable and fast. I was on the second floor and found lounging outside on "beach" chairs very relaxing, indeed. A simple breakfast of fruit (nice variety, high quality) and coffee (french press, splendid) comes with the room. But the owners will make you any of a number of breakfasts, and I delighted in each. I found the chilaquiles particularly mouth watering and delicious. Dinner can be had a the hotel restaurant, which is also open to "the public." There is a standard menu, but with a bit of warning, the owners are open to a variety of requests. I had several dinners there, and each came with a luxurious fresh salad. My favorite main course was their Steak Arracherra, which was ever so tender and flavorful. Some standard questions: Room has bottled water. Refill drinking water easily available. Don't drink from tap. Okay to flush standard toilet paper. Showers large, work well. Parking on street is plentiful and safe. I can't wait to return
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FromUS$52
4.4/510 Reviews
We spent one evening here. Making a reservation was a simple and straightforward process – I used Booking.com. Our room featured two firm but comfortable double beds with large pillows. The sheets and comforter were of excellent quality (clean with no stains or holes). Additional amenities included a work station, a safe, strong free wifi, a coffee maker, complimentary bottled water, and most important, a great, walk in shower, with hot water, and nice thick towels, which was very much appreciated after spending 4 days at whale watching camp. There was a pool, which we did not use and the hotel is located less than a 10 minute walk from the malecon. Breakfast was included in our rate and was delicious – made to order with 5 packages that one could choose from. My only complaint was reception staff could have been a tad more welcoming. We asked a few questions and I felt like I was disturbing them.
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FromUS$76
4.2/510 Reviews
We stayed at this hotel for a week with a large group (20 people in 9 rooms). It had both pluses and minuses. On the plus side, it was clean and the rooms looked recently renovated (some renos were still being completed, I think, because we heard some construction noise). The pool area looked lovely, although we never used it, because we were in La Paz for scuba diving and spent enough time in water already. However, someone commented that the hot tub wasn’t hot, so I put my hand in to check, and it wasn’t. Not sure why. We had a major problem checking in, because there was a mix-up in room assignments within our group, and the front desk clerk spoke zero English. We had to use Google Translate, late at night after a long travel day, to sort that out. I realize that we were in Mexico and don’t expect all staff to speak English; however, in our many travels it has been our experience that front desk staff usually do. Next problem was that there were no safes in our rooms for passports and valuables, and no safe in the front office either. The hotel description on TripAdvisor does state that there is a safe, but no one in our entire group had one in their room. We had to get the dive shop operator to lock up everything for our group for the week. Our room, while clean and nicely furnished with a comfortable bed, had no place to put clothing (no dresser or shelves) except for a small closet with half a dozen hangers. We had to open our suitcase on a bench and just live out of it for the week. There was also a problem with room key cards. Some of the people in our group were single and sharing double rooms with strangers, and when they asked for 2 key cards, they were told no, only one per room. It took some insistence to get that second key card. The bathrooms looked newly renovated and the showers had hot water but very little water pressure. I understand that’s probably for water conservation, but a different shower nozzle that would concentrate the water to deliver higher pressure would have been helpful. We ate in the restaurant only for the breakfast buffet. It featured a lot of Mexican food but there was also a grill for made-to-order omelets which were very good, and a fruit / yogurt / granola bar. There was bread and a 2-slice toaster for the entire restaurant, but no rolls or buns. The only cereals were Froot Loops and something that looked like maybe a kids’ chocolate cereal, but I didn’t try it. The water in the hotel is not drinkable and 2 plastic bottles of water were supplied to each room by housekeeping each day. In the restaurant, I had to ask for cold water every single morning, as it wasn’t in any of the drink dispensers. This use of plastic bottles is disturbing, and I would recommend that the hotel look at alternatives, such as bulk delivery. The ‘free high-speed Wi-Fi’ sucked. From our room, we couldn’t get the hotel wifi at all, unless we opened the window and went outside on the balcony. We had better luck connecting t
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FromUS$75
4.5/510 Reviews
We recently stayed at the simple yet lovely 6 room 6 5 year old hotel in El Cardinal. The room was nice, clean and had terrific view from its sweet little patio. Everyone associated with hotel was incredibly nice and helpful. The pool area was very peaceful and pleasant. My two frenchies and I had it to ourselves for a whole week while my husband fished. The nights were incredble, clear and more stars visable than I have seen in twenty years. The room cost was in mid double digits—and though this is no Four Seasons, it was comfortably rustic and met more than all our needs. They also have a simple Mexican restaurant where many expats can be found grabbing lunch or dinner. We are already planning our next trip.
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FromUS$56
4.2/517 Reviews
Good price with nice room! The hotel is beautiful and keep good condition! And buffet breakfast is good! Close to seafront and downtown area.
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FromUS$61
4.2/513 Reviews
Amazing location. Breakfast is unbeatable. Pool is heated and amazing. Rooms are just fine.
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FromUS$73
3.5/510 Reviews
The room was large and the air conditioning cooled the room down. The shower had hot water. The maid cleaned our room every day. We had a balcony. There was drinking water available in the hallway outside our room. The check in desk downstairs is 24 hours. There are casual restaurants and bars throughout the area surrounding this hotel. We spent 2 nights here in late July of 2018. We visited at the same time that the street in front of the hotel was being replaced, but we are easygoing people and this was fine with us. We did not mind.
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FromUS$28
3.5/55 Reviews
Great location two blocks from the bay. Also not far from two mercados. Rooms were simple but charming and clean, wifi, hot water, a/c, new tiles. Pretty courtyard with complimentary drinking water, but no coffee or breakfast. Price was right, at about $22 us dollars a night. Great restaurant Claro fish jr across the street. Employees spoke English. Outside needs a little paint etc, sidewalks bad, but much nicer inside. We recommend it!
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FromUS$28
3.8/510 Reviews
We ended up having to make a last-minute decision to leave our hotel on the Malecon due to Carnaval. We had already paid for three nights but left after one night because of the noise that went on to 4 or 5 AM. I have to say that although this hotel is older and obviously in need of updating, our room was very neat, clean, and a real value for $47 a night. The location was wonderful on the beach and the pool and bar areas were nice as well. The hotel is located adjacent to the Cortez club where we did our whale shark adventure and also they have a brand new restaurant and bar that was absolutely wonderful. One of the best meals we had an entire 10 day trip was here. So overall, considering what we paid, I think this hotel is a good value.
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FromUS$53
3.7/511 Reviews
My view was sensational, the food had little variety, the lady at the reception was the same one who tended the bar and cleaned the tables for everything.
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FromUS$116
3.2/511 Reviews
The room is too small, the internal equipment is also very simple, not a bottle of water is not given, the parking position is quite empty, breakfast is OK, the variety is more, the waiter attitude can also
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FromUS$62
4.3/513 Reviews
I really enjoyed my stay at this hotel, the facilities were super clean and all the furniture was new. Food and the buffet service was great too. I’m definitely staying again here
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FromUS$115
4/510 Reviews
We enjoyed our time very much at the Emporio. Everyone works so hard to maintain the cleanliness, and ensure to make your stay comfortable. My husband and I traveled to Mazatlán to celebrate our anniversary, and our room was decorated upon arrival when they became aware of our purpose for traveling. Our room was always very clean (Gracias Gabriella), and the waiters at the restaurant were helpful too. We had breakfast included with our hotel package. The food was great, but I would’ve liked to see more variety. The over all theme remains the same for breakfast every morning (enchiladas verdes, chilaquiles rojo, fruit, juice, etc). The variation of meat is what changes only. Also, major construction is going on in front of the hotel, and along the street making it impossible to have your taxi driver drive you to the main entrance of the hotel.This didn’t bother us, but I do think anyone who is limited in any kind of way should be made aware of this, as this would definitely be an impediment for their health and safety.
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FromUS$158
3.8/510 Reviews
Had a wonderful time. Perfect location in front of the Malecon. Room 419 was always extremely clean and picked up thanks to Mauri. I would like to emphasize the great difference that Saraí, Zuleidi, Maria, Veronica, Natalia, Jose Luis, Ariel, Rubén, and Pedro made. These people demonstrated an unmatched level of care, dedication, and professional commitment to me! Its unparalleled demonstrations of customer service make Olas Altas Inn the place we want to visit again! Thank you so much for your professionalism!
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FromUS$63
4.4/513 Reviews
Nice and big room. Staff super friendly. Despite I would not recommend the tours sold at site (in particular Isla de la Piedra one). Swimming pool water was surprisingly cold the night we tried it.
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FromUS$109
4.5/56 Reviews
We enjoyed our stay at this hotel. The two queen beds were very comfortable, there was a choice of soft or firm pillows, and the bedding was good quality. There are private balconies overlooking the pool, the ocean and lovely Deer island. A bar fridge would have been a welcome addition and the lighting was poor in the bathroom, which seems to be common in Mazatlan. The hotel information booklet had misinformation about the ice machine being located on two floors but the only ice machine was on the penthouse deck, near the rooftop patio bar. The beach was wide and walkable, and many restaurants and bars are very nearby. Two we enjoyed as Canadians was Twisted Mamas and Friends because of their familiar comfort food. An infinity pool overlooked the ocean, it was lovely and warm. However, on Saturday the loud BANDA music was way too loud and way too long! Not everyone enjoys that constant racket when trying to relax. There should be a time limit as to how long they are allowed to harass the Holiday Inn customers before moving on. Coffee and cups were to be supplied daily but they were not. The television has many English choices which we enjoyed. The food was decent except for the pizza with we sent back. It was pretty quiet and spacious when we stayed, during busy times it would be quite crowded for the size of the pool and deck.
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FromUS$143
3.2/511 Reviews
You can feel the pillows of five-star hotels. All-inclusive is not all-inclusive at all. In short, spend money to buy lessons. I hope Chinese people will not try the water.
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FromUS$653
5/513 Reviews
Breakfast is paid extra, there is no shuttle to and from the airport and the hotel, the hotel is in a good location, right by the sea, the hotel environment is very good. There is a car park behind the hotel. Suitable for children, the hotel has a swimming pool.
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FromUS$67
5/515 Reviews
The hotel is located in the heart of the old town, a 30-minute drive from the airport. 5-10 minutes walk to the beach, beautiful scenery. The restaurant buffet on the first floor of the hotel is very good, Mexican style, 180 pesos / person, RMB 66 / person, service is very good! There are various restaurants around the hotel, and the building is very beautiful, completely Spanish style. Artist performances in the small square near Sunday, the standard is extremely high!
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FromUS$34
4/510 Reviews
I stayed here for 2 nights and found the place to be OK but could and probably should be better for the price. Look the place was relatively modern and the room was clean and comfortable. The WiFi worked fine and the restaurant down stairs was reasonably priced for Mazatlan. The roof top pool was also very nice with a sea view. The reasons I didn't mark it higher where firstly it's a big hotel and unfortunately you get that big hotel cold attitude from the staff where you're just a number (except when you do the daily tip for the maid). Secondly the AC unit sounded like a plane taking off and finally the room safe didn't work. All things that could be fixed easily but until they do it's just average.
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FromUS$66
4.2/510 Reviews
We booked a weekend stay at the Ramada resort in Mazatlán. Upon arrival we found out that the resort was taken over by Gaviana. The reception area was appropriately staffed and we checked in without incident. Upon arrival in our room....the room was out dated and the bed although soft it lacked support. I woke up with a sore back each morning. The lighting was less than desirable. The bathroom was small. There are local bands that play on the beach until the wee hours of the morning. I thought they were playing in the next room. The beach and pool ares are nice and the wait staff will keep the drinks coming if you want. We only had lunch there. The portions were good and the tuna crèche was delicious. Over all a 3 out of 5 stars. The bedding needs to be replaced and the noise was too much for us.
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FromUS$104
4.2/510 Reviews
I chose this hotel because I heard that the nights can be a little cool in February in Mazatlán, and it was. The heated pool was awesome. It was so easy to get into this pool, the temperature was quite comfortable. There was also an outdoor hot tub (you have to be 18 yrs) you could dunk in if it was cloudy or windy, or after the sun went down. We had no problem getting chairs by the pool, and sometimes we had the pool all to ourselves. Unfortunately the poolside music sometimes had to compete with the loud tuba music on the beach. We found this was more of a problem on the weekend, weekdays were fine, bring some earplugs for the weekend if you don’t like loud music. Poolside staff were friendly. Our room was large and had a dining table and a kitchen, which had a fridge, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, pots & pans, dishes and cutlery. The view from the room was really nice. We bought our own large drinking water jug from the kiosko across the street. Keep your receipt to get your deposit back for the jug.
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FromUS$154