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2.2/54 Reviews
0.28km from Sushisalads
The Hotel San Diego provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Hotel San Diego offers a pleasant stay in Mazatlan for those traveling for business or leisure. The hotel is approximately 23km away from General Rafael Buelna International Airport. Traveling to and from the airport is easy with General Rafael Buelna International Airport located approximately 23km away. With multiple attractions nearby including Mazatlan Motorcycle Adventures, Palacio Municipal and Joe's Oyster Bar, guests will find plenty to keep themselves occupied. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city. This Mazatlan hotel features parking on site.
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4.1/5Very Good30 Reviews
0.62km from Sushisalads
Juan Jose was a remarkable guide showing us the entire town from the sea to the Golden district. Very informative. Great value for the money! What a transformation has taken place since I last visited. Especially enjoyed the Cathedral! Beautiful!!
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3.5/530 Reviews
0.9km from Sushisalads
Hotel Mazatlan is located 10 minutes’ walk from Malecón Beach and 20 minutes’ drive from the Historic Centre. It features free Wi-Fi, a business centre and a tour desk.The rooms offer basic décor, air conditioning, seating area and a flat-screen cable TV. The bathrooms are private and come with shower.Guests at Hotel Mazatlan can enjoy the Continental breakfast at the cafeteria from 7:00 to 10:00, and from Monday to Saturday. The restaurants and bars area is 10 minutes’ walk away at the Mazatlan’s seafront.This hotel is 10 minutes’ drive from Mazatlan Aquarium and 40 minutes’ drive from El Quelite Village. General Rafael Buelna International Aiport is a 30-minute drive away.
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5/5Perfect33 Reviews
1.63km from Sushisalads
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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3.4/528 Reviews
1.64km from Sushisalads
Beachfront property that has an outdoor pool, a snack bar, and a restaurant with open terrace. The beach is less than a 5-minute walk away. Free public parking is available on site.The modern-style rooms at Amigo Plaza have a TV, wardrobe, fan and a private bathroom with shower. They come with colourful beddings and minimalistic-style décor.Besides the on-site restaurant and bar, guests at Hotel Amigo Plaza will find different restaurant and nightlife options in the Zona Dorada, 5 minutes’ drive away.In just a 10-minute walk guests will find a shopping mall and commercial promenade, several night clubs and Teodoro Mariscal Baseball Stadium, where the Venados de Mazatlán team plays, is a short 5-minute drive away.
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3.8/525 Reviews
1.64km from Sushisalads
Venados Inn is a 3-star property located in Mazatlán, facing the sea. All rooms boast a TV with cable channels and a private bathroom. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk and free WiFi.At the hotel, rooms are equipped with a desk. Certain rooms are fitted with a kitchenette with a microwave. All rooms at Venados Inn feature air conditioning and a wardrobe.The nearest airport is General Rafael Buelna International Airport, 20 km from the property.
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3.6/530 Reviews
1.67km from Sushisalads
Set on Mazatlan’s Malecón Promenade and next to Playas del Sol Beach, Hotel Las Jacarandas features an outdoor swimming pool and a restaurant. Its bright, air-conditioned rooms overlook the ocean or hotel gardens.Hotel Las Jacarandas features simple décor throughout. All rooms have cable TV and a private bathroom.Guests can enjoy a range of Mexican and international cuisine in the Jacarandas’ restaurant. Bars and cafes can be found along the Malecón promenade.The centre of Mazatlan is just over 1 km from Las Jacarandas. General Rafael Buelna Airport is a 30-minute drive away.
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5/5Perfect31 Reviews
1.7km from Sushisalads
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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4.5/5Excellent25 Reviews
1.71km from Sushisalads
The Varali Grand Hotel is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. Visitors to Mazatlan will find that the Varali Grand Hotel is a fantastic accommodation choice. The hotel is approximately 23km away from General Rafael Buelna International Airport. General Rafael Buelna International Airport is approximately 23km away by road. Seeing Mazatlan's sights from this hotel is easy with Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, Mazatlan Motorcycle Adventures and Joe's Oyster Bar all close by. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities. This Mazatlan hotel features parking on site. There's never a dull moment at this hotel, our guests indicate that the facilities are excellent.
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3.9/530 Reviews
1.79km from Sushisalads
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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1.7/530 Reviews
1.79km from Sushisalads
Zona Dorada Inn offers accommodation in Mazatlán. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.A balcony or patio are featured in certain rooms. The rooms have a private bathroom. Zona Dorada Inn features free WiFi . A flat-screen TV is offered.You will find a 24-hour front desk and hairdresser's at the property.The hotel also offers car hire. The nearest airport is General Rafael Buelna International Airport, 21 km from the property.
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4.1/5Very Good30 Reviews
1.8km from Sushisalads
We stayed at the hotel for a week, our 3rd floor room was very adequate, we had a balcony facing the pool. The 7 night stay was just over $600 CDN which was an excellent price. Public transit is only one block away and there are many good restaurants within a 5 minute walk from the hotel. We found a laundry service just a 3 minute walk away which was very convenient, and only 80 pesos for a load of laundry (wash and fold service). A barber shop (Mr. Barber) is only a two minute walk away and an unbelievable low price which included a shampoo and shoulder message. The hotel is in a quiet location, there is a roof top pool on the 2nd floor above the lobby as well as the larger main pool and hot tub. There is a small bar on site, and an ice machine near the pool. Staff was very helpful even though English isn’t one of their strong points. There are no English channels on their TV service, but most bars and restaurants nearby have many TV programs where you can go out and enjoy sports in the evenings. I will certainly stay at this Quality Inn on my next visit to Mazatlan.
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3.5/530 Reviews
A fantastic experience The hotel it’s in a great location, the staff was very accommodating they make sure we have everything we need to enjoy our vacation My wife and I definitely go back to celebrate our anniversary
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4.4/533 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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3.4/530 Reviews
the hotel is simple and nice. the rooms are open and bright with white walls and a single bright blue one that adds just the right amount of color. the staff is excellent, Zulema the room service employee, was extremely nice and even left a bunny and a dog made of towels in our rooms! the little details heightened our stay. the bar staff was extremely overwhelmed with the amount of people at the hotel but Guillermo and Felipe were always on point. Ramon, Juan, Angel, Jesus, Blanca, Gorge, Muigel, Eduardo, y muchos mas, nos atendieron durante toda la semena de nuestras vacaciones familares. los apreciamos a todos y por su trabajo que han hecho segun no haber tenido personal para acomedir a el numero de gente internada. i recommend staying at this hotel if you enjoy the night life! there is always something to do, see, or watch if youre willing to ask around and get to know the city. it is also great for families because they have activities for the kids and non alchoholic beverages that seem to satisfy them, jaja. great veiws during the sunset which also fintions as an excelent background for photos. we barely left and cant wait to go back soon!
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3.5/530 Reviews
The building has a pool and the rooms were simple but nice. I loved the mexican rocking chairs outside the entrance to our room on the second floor. There is parking next to the building and a security guard. There is no view of the beach from this hotel but the beach is right across the street.
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3.9/530 Reviews
The rooms are clean and nice sized with nice views. On weekends the street noise is awful because the oceanview rooms are right above the street/malecon. I don’t understand the need to blast music from cars and pulmonias going up and down the street. Things start to quiet down on Sunday nights around eleven pm. One of the prominently advertised services is the presence of the “Shrimp Bucket” bar and restaurant. It’s closed. The staff tells me “maybe it will be remodeled.” In fairness, there are plenty of bars and restaurants very close by, including right next door. If you want, need, and expect decent WiFi service, this is not the hotel for you. It’s horrible. My first room had no service at all. I was moved to a room with “service” but it was unreliable at best. There is more than one WiFi signal but they all share the exact same marginal signal strength. There are frequent maddening dropouts. I was told by a staff member that they always experience “difficulties” when there are a lot of guests. (There didn’t seem to be a lot of guests when I was there.) Again, the rooms are fine (with the exception of horrible sewer gas in the bathrooms at times.) The A/C worked very well. The staff is polite and helpful. No complaints. The hotel is right on the Malecón and within short walking distance to numerous bars and restaurants, a great location. Admittedly, there is nothing much the hotel can do about the street noise, but if they fixed their significant WiFi issues I would happily rate it higher. I do wish the Shrimp Bucket was still open. It was one of the reasons I chose this hotel. They need to take it off of their website.
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4.3/530 Reviews
I spent about 12 days at the Park Inn and overall give it a very good rating. I was upgraded to a two bedroom "suite"--I saw suite because it really lacked a living room per se, rather a sort of windowless hallway between the two bedrooms. I was there alone which worked out well. One of the bedrooms (I was in room 101--which I highly recommend) had a sliding glass door opening up to a huge (I really mean HUGE) patio (not a veranda-- much much larger. Since the lights at night kind of shined through the curtains I slept in the second bedroom which didn't have patio. Room 101 and I suspect similar number on higher floors was right at the end of the hallway and is direct ocean front. The AC is fantastic-- super cold which I cranked down as low as it could go and opened the window in the second bedroom to sleep to the sound of the waves crashing against the rocks--the best white noise ever. I have to give a special recommendation to Maria at the front desk. She is an incredibly competent (and sweet) young woman who is completely bilingual and very helpful. Overall this is a very great place to stay and while a bit spartan offers a tremendous value.
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5/532 Reviews
Very new everything and also the staff in some momwnto annoying at all all good
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3.4/527 Reviews
It's not a 5 star hotel - but the rooms are clean, roomy and reasonably priced. Plus ALL the staff both at the hotel and the Contoy restaurant are very friendly and helpful. Decent pool - not large but clean and well maintained seating areas. The beach is right there, there's a good long stretch of shallows before the drop-off so virtually no undertow and the water was warm
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5/527 Reviews
The environment is very beautiful, I like it very much
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4.1/530 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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4.2/530 Reviews
We booked our 8 night stay for the middle of March, 2020, on the Pueblo Bonito site that read all remodel construction was complete with multiple on site restaurants available in the All Inclusive Package. On arrival to the hotel, we found a majority of the hotel was under massive construction and only a small portion of the hotel was available to the guests. There were two onsite restaurants open, Cilantro's for breakfast and dinner and Angelo's for dinner. The menu items were simple and limited with more elegant dinners requiring an additional $15 to $25 US per person. Without the All Inclusive Package, the restaurant prices are very expensive. We had a junior suite that was very nicely appointed with a King bed and a sofa sleeper. There are no refrigerators or microwaves in the rooms. They did have coffee pots but no coffee was available. The service was always good, the rooms very nicely appointed and very clean and the staff outstanding. The staff has indicated that the remodel is promised to be concluded by September of 2020. Maybe?
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3.5/526 Reviews
This year I traveled with 15 other friends to my beloved Torrenza..... I have been coming here for over 15 years.... yes, sometimes you have to wait for the hot water, you have to ask for more towels.... but...... you are in the cutest boutique 30 unit resort in Mexico!! I was able to secure 8 rooms for all of us.... Rene' at the restaurant is a gem!!! we had so much fun... even did some surf fishing and had them cook it up for us..... nice little resort... not a bunch of people fighting for beach chairs, or pool lounges.... safes in each of the rooms for keeping your stuff safe..... just ask the front desk if you need a taxi .... better yet, for 11 pesos grab a city bus..... we had a blast!!!! *******Do Not do a timeshare presentation!******
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4.2/531 Reviews
I loved staying at Hotel Playa Mazatlan for 6 days. The room was well appointed, quiet and had a good ocean view. There were amazing sunsets! The location was central. I felt very safe as a solo traveler. The hotel had numerous pools, and a lovely infinity hot tub. There were 4 main restaurants, a good buffet, a Mexican, a Brazilian and an Italian one. The staff were all helpful, friendly, willing to help, offer suggestions of what to see on my own or on tours. One concierge, Shane Bacon, went out of his way to explain a lot about the region and explained how to find all kinds of transport, by bus, taxi, on foot, and in pulmonias, which are quite fun and look like a large open air golf cart. He suggested seeing the open air market, the cathedral, the historic district, with its brightly colored restored buildings. Great shrimp at a restaurant there. He recommended walking up a hill to a lighthouse with great views.He arranged a fine whale watching tour, where we saw 4 humpbacks, including a baby, gradually head north. We saw islands with sea lions, and more with boobies, frigate birds. The next day, with the same guide,Cesar, 3 of us kayaked about a mile and a half, to Deer Island, where we hiked up a hill, with beautiful cacti and flowers then snorkeled, before kayaking back. I give this hotel very high rating, and would love to return!
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3.9/530 Reviews
Last year I walked by the Azteca Inn restaurant a few times and it was usually busy mid morning. I checked out the menu and the prices were really reasonable (super inexpensive)...I went in for breakfast and it was delicious as part of breakfast fresh salsa and chips were delivered to my table and they were awesome...I later went back with my wife and we had a dinner that was also a great experience-she had shrimp and I had the Mexican platter-both as good as anything we’d eaten in Mazatlán at a price that made me feel almost guilty..........After we used the restroom in the attached motel and it was spotless and we both commented on what a cute and clean property this was. So...this year we came a day before checking into a all-inclusive resort in Mazatlan and booked a room overnight. It also was spotless and well appointed and we were happy with our choice (especially the price) We would stay here again without hesitation. It is a gem in Mazatlan.
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4.3/530 Reviews
This has been one of the more difficult places to review as it has pros and cons. The unit we had was a three bedroom villa with a jacuzzi . The finishings of the villa is not 5 star quality but it is not D grade either . We stayed here for two months during COVID 19 so the shortcomings really jumped out at us . The kitchen is ill equipped for people wanting to prepare their own meals . The blender was old and affected the taste of whatever you put into it . The owner tried meeting us halfway by buying additional things but it was still limited . Most of the time the place was amazingly quiet and the wifi brilliant for online work . However , early hours were noisy and this can be prevented as the noise comes from staff or people outside of the complex. This was still not enough to mark the place down too much . The views are amazing both in the morning and evening . I rated the place on this basis.
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3.7/530 Reviews
Thank this was our 4th year staying at Luna Palace! Thoroughly enjoy the location! It couldn’t’t be more perfect! The service from the wait staff as well as the food, is excellent! They are very efficient and friendly! The food at the Eclipse restaurant is great! Wether breakfast, lunch, or dinner....it is great! You can choose to relax under a Palipa on the beach, or simply lounge by the pool! Rooms are equipped with a full size refrigerator, 2 burner stove, microwave, and coffee pot. China and cooking utensils are provided! Each roo gives a western facing view of the ocean, beach, and pool! Pool provides a small, shallow area for small children to play under parental supervision!,,
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4.3/533 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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3.9/530 Reviews
We had stayed here for three nights on another trip to Mazatlan, but I am a light sleeper and the main building was not a good place for me. We always come in February and can never book into the building away from the street, but since we were coming in November I was able to score a great ocean front room away from the street. The employees are awesome from the bellmen, front desk girls, maids and guys who work around the pool. We were in a one bedroom, two bathroom remodeled suite and it was very nice and clean. We were a little surprised at the deterioration already showing after just two years since the remodel. But hopefully they will get on top of these things and not let things go down quickly. The pool areas are very nice, but we preferred the larger “family” pool. The adult only pool was smaller and people were not able to social distance very well. There were very few kids at the family pool and there were plenty of chairs. It was much easier to social distance in this area. All employees were faithfully wearing masks and most guests were wearing them when they were walking around. Our temps were taken and hands squirted with sanitizer every time we entered the building. Our only complaint is the fact that they are remodeling the two floors above the main lobby. The only way to get to our room was to walk through the constitution area. There is a smaller entrance between the large main building a small building to the left, but they were working in that area as well. It was very concerning walking through the construction zone as Jack hammering and welding were going on. It addition many of the constitution workers that we had to walk within ten to twelve inches of were NOT wearing a mask. I did voice my concern at the front desk and we were told that it would be reported, but not much changed. We would enjoy staying here again, but the chances of trading into the Inn in February are real good, but we will try for 2022.
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5/533 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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3.7/530 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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4.5/530 Reviews
I can't remember exactly how we found this little place, but I am so glad we did. If you think the pictures online are too good to be true, prepare to be proven wrong. This property is absolutely stunning inside and out and no detail has been overlooked. The common spaces, the rooms, the balconies and the pool area are all part of a mid-century modern dream. The south-western flair reminds you that you're on vacation in warmer weather, a fact you won't soon forget as the staff pampers and caters to you without hesitation. The experience at Casa Lulu was truly luxurious and one of the best we've had in Mexico. The included breakfast was fresh and delicious each day and made for us at what ever time we decided to start our morning. Our mini bar was always stocked and a complimentary pitcher of water was always left in the room. Anything we needed was only a request away; from a poolside beer to a taxi ride or restaurant recommendation. The staff was so lovely and every inch of the property was clean and pristine. The linens - towels and sheets- were super soft and fluffy and a dream to relax in at the end of the day. The hotel is perfectly located - you can walk along the Malecon any time of day and are only a 10 minute stroll from the Centro Historico where many of Mazatlan's best restaurants can be found. You'll have a beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean from many vantage points at Casa Lulu, and I would suggest enjoying the unforgettable sunsets from the balcony with a cold drink in hand. You may want to note that the hotel is accessed from the large wooden door located in the back drive. A security lock is in place, but we were let in after a call to the front desk. If you're travelling from the US or Canada, I'd recommend a phone plan for your trip as this came in handy to connect with the staff via What's App and to navigate around Mazatlan via Uber & Google Maps. I will mention that we travelled during the Revolution Day long weekend and the Malecon was very busy and at times, definitely exuded a loud, party atmosphere. Casa Lulu faces the street and we did find that we could hear the noise of those celebrating well into the early hours on the weekend. I imagine that this is just because of the holiday, as during the week, we found the evenings to be fairly quiet. **A note about Mazatlan if your country's travel warnings seem a little alarmist - we have travelled up and down the Pacific Coast of Mexico and found Mazatlan to feel like one of the safest cities. The Malecon & the Centro Historico are recently restored with many areas looking brand new. There are plenty of modern conveniences to be found as well as gourmet cafés and restaurants. Our Uber drivers were courteous and friendly as were the local people we met. Many snow birds are flocking to Mazatlan as an up and coming destination. Be sure to get here and enjoy the "Pearl of the Pacific" before word gets out! And while you're at it, make Casa Lulu your home away from home while in M
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4/530 Reviews
We really enjoyed our 5 night stay at the Melville. The location is ideal for walking these old streets in any direction. The plaza is only one block away where numerous cafes await you. If you are lucky you will hear the orchestra warming up at the Angela Peralta Theater while you sip your margarita in the sunshine. You are even luckier to hang out at the plaza on the weekend when live music, breakdancers, tourists and local families gather to enjoy the evening. Or walk three blocks west to the malacon to watch surfers, fishing boats, beach volleyball and hear Banda. You may tire of Banda. Our room was very clean, nicely furnished and comfortable. The hotel was fully occupied, but we were unaware of other guests. A parakeet in a cage just beyond our window kept a cheerful tune while we napped. We could hear walkers going by, bicycle tires on tile and church bells. Terrific restaurants were aplenty and close by. It was all good.
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3.9/530 Reviews
We were picked up by the resorts airport shuttle as reqested! After a 30 minute ride we arrived at the resort. The huge lobby was uninviting! The staff at check in were courteous and pleasant. Our one bedrrom suite on the 21 floor was huge, with a view of Mazatlan and the lengthy beach! Suite was not decorated with paintings etc.. Mini kirchen with a large fridge and all the ameniteis of home, table and 4 chairs in eating area Two private full bathrooms (one with a huge walk-in shower ) The hide-a-bed was atrocious, could see the spings in the mattress! After advising the staff that it was going to used as a bed for the two weeks we were there, they placed a Queen size "pillow top" bed mattress on it and we left it pulled out during our stay. It had a regular balconey with 3 "lawn" chairs. Room servce attended daily. We did not take the all in-clusive plan because there are many good eating establishments in the immediate area! The food in the resorts restaurants was mediocure . Ample shoppping close by
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3.8/530 Reviews
Starting my reviews back up again.."RONA" has taken a toll on my mind. My happy place is traveling, and have no idea when this will happen again, So I decided to put my mind on my previous travels, write reviews and have happy thoughts Feb 18, 2019. Arrived at Las Floras. For years we have stopped in to eat and have cocktail but this is our first time staying here. We had 2 room options. One in the new area or the one that is oceanfront and older. We choose the oceanfront. I love the feel and look of this room. We were in room 205. The bathroom (love all the tile) was a nice size, lots of closet space, 2 double beds (ok), and kitchen with table and sitting area and balcony. I didn't do any cooking this time. I really don't remember what was available in the kitchen for use of utensils. During our stay, I think they were cleaning the air-conditioning system out. We turned on the air one time and that one time the dirt, sand and dust blow all over our bed and floor 😳. One of the pools was closed for safety reasons, because of the building going up next door that was towering over this area. Sat by the pool and the ocean. The pool area..well there must be retired people that stay long term. This is no fault of Las Floras, but these people were rude and demanding, thought they owed the pool area🤦‍♀️. Not impressed with them. I should have open my mouth and gave them a little insight into their behavior. I love the snapping of the fingers. Palapas on the beach were nice if you need a bit of shade..Me, all I want is sunshine !!! One early morning we watched a turtle lay eggs. The moon was beautiful, what a view! The location of the resort is nice. Many restaurants and shops are within walking distance. La Palapa restaurant is on-site. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We started coming to Mazatlan in the late '80s. Have probable been here 15+ times. I do miss the old Mazatlan. Just not liking all of the high rise building...but I guess they call this progress. Definalty DO NOT like the bandas and all its noise. Previous trips were few and far between...this trip was relentless !! One night this gawd awful noise from the breaker/rock wall out in front of the resort till probably 4 in the morning...so much for listening to the waves from the ocean. Relaxing/napping by the pool or the beach was trying, they could see you were sleeping and they played all the louder and longer...this noise 😡. Mazatlan beach is the best walking beach...can walk it for hours 💕.
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3.8/530 Reviews
Loved the staff, loved the convenience have the location of the hotel , super comfortable, the restaurant attached has great food and friendly service ❤️ definitely going to stay here again . The pool was clean and great for the kids . The rooms and everywhere were clean . The view was beautiful .
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3.8/530 Reviews
Oct 17-24, 2020. Enjoyed my 1BR unit on the 8th floor. Small deck to look out over the pool and ocean. I requested a coffee maker and they brought one right up. Isabel at the front desk was wonderful! The bed was comfortable and maid service very good. The room had a standard size refrigerator. It was quiet at night for sleeping, street sounds did not keep me awake. The only negative I thought of was the two televisions did not have access to CNN & Fox News. CNNE was in Spanish. There were many stations, but mostly all in Spanish. Covid precautions: upon entering the hotel for the first time I was tested with a thermometer and given hand sanitizer. Thereafter I wore the wristband that was placed on me at registration and I never was tested for temperature again upon entering the hotel. Staff was good about wearing masks. At pool side guests did not wear masks which did not concern me. Friday through Sunday the hotel and pool were busy with many guests and children that came from other parts of Mexico. There is an ATM booth almost completed with direct street access that will be convenient. I enjoyed my stay and would enjoy returning to this property.
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3.9/530 Reviews
I went through a Travel Agency who recommended this site to me. The price, the room category, the flights/times, the dates and the cost were exactly what I was looking for so went ahead and booked. Previously I've always booked myself ie: flights and hotel/resort but nothing I could find hit all the right notes. I then started reading the reviews and have to say, most of them were right on target: 1: Elevators - can be an issue 2: Beach Bands - can be an issue 3: Al a Carte reservations at 7:00am These were 3 issues I was extremely concerned about. ..... and they were all right on target. We just felt they were really, no big deal!! Our flight out through Sunwing was great. My wife had come down with Vertigo a month before we were to leave and Karol our Travel Agent with Trip Central got us arranged to have a wheelchair assist and the Sunwing folks were great, both at departure and arrival in Mazatlan. Flight was great, paperwork done, food good. Loaded onto a bus to head to the resort. Sunwing reps talked, ...... and talked ........ and talked. Trying to sell excursions and beer. Okay I get it. But how about being a "Host" on the 30-45 minute trip. I'm used to questions like "Who's here from out of town?" or "Whos here celebrating Honeymoon, anniversary, etc" Nope. Then it was just plain inaccurate information. ie: Worlds largest shrimp fishing fleet. (sorry, but nope), or Tourism is the #1 income generator in Mazatlan and so "We're the boss!" Um, well, no. Got to the resort and its a mad house in the lobby. Buses coming and going. folks lined up with their luggage to get on the bus we're getting off. Battle through the crowd to the reception desk to get wrist band, keys etc. In line for the desk, someone starts talking over here, then someone else starts talking over there. Can we hear? No! Get to the desk. Get registered. All set to head to the pool or beach because its like 10:30 in the morning and there's no way our room is ready and...... What!!?? Rooms ready! Fantastic!! Wheres our luggage?? No idea. Have to ask 3 people how to find our luggage. Just sitting in the lobby, no one around. Got ours (Could have taken anyone's) and headed to the elevators, 6th floor. Room 637 Junior Oceanview Suite! Wow! Double balcony. 6th floor was great. Great room. Quickly unpack, change, head to walk around, find the restaurants, pool, bars etc. You know, get the lay of the land. Easy. Well set up. Liking the 6th floor. No sweat walking down the stairs and could go up in a pinch. Remember, I'm almost 60 and my wife has vertigo so the elevators will be needed. Get to the pool, spend some time there, get some lunch (we've been up since 2:45am CST) and decide we might want to take a bit of a nap. There it is!! 2:00 and the world famous beach mariachi band (Not really because its a trumpet, trombone, Tuba, snare drum, base drum, cymbal and other such noise makers that make sleeping at 2:00 in the afternoon simply impossible) I even b
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3.5/530 Reviews
I have to say that the hotel facilities deserve 2 stars. The room we got didn't match the modern look of the photos, we got a great room because as a family of 4, it was great to have 2 full bathrooms and a huge lounge area and dinner with the amazing ocean view, but the windows were broken, and during rain night we will wake up to a flooded floor at the dinner, plus we got the bad luck of my kid falling on a broken Venetian glass at the pool which cutted one of my boys toes. I was very angry, but that completely changed when: (1, + 1 star): Villa (lifesaver), Alfredo (paramedic that works as security at the parking lot) and Julio (waiters captain) managed to help us to have my kid cured correctly and with constant follow up, even when the lady at the reception was completely lacking decision making skill, they managed to understand every single aspect, they even did 2-3 times a day checkups every single day (that's 7 full days out of our 8 days). They are true heroes. 2. Food service was really good prices so if you are tired you really dont need to leave to have a good quality meal, very well served portions and the prices are similar to other restaurants outside. 3. (+2 stars) ABOVE ALL the housekeeping service impressive, Janneth did everything to make sure we felt at home. Since day one she get as soon as possible to clear up the water from the flood. She was attentive and respectful always. She noticed the room wasn't ready for the 4 people so she provided the needed towels, dish soap, dish towels, and she even ask us which was the best our to do the cleaning. We always came back to clean room (though I do recommend that as guest leave everything as organized as possible so they can do their work correctly). We really missed leaving the hotel because we learned to feel happy around such a beautiful person. Please congratulate and recognize Janneth and Villa for the amazing work they do, they really demonstrate the have a heart for service.
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3.8/530 Reviews
What an amazing place to stay! I booked this resort the day before I left so although I did not get room 1028 again at checkout, the manager managed to get it for me the next day. The best part of this hotel is the people who work here(missed Leo so much) and the guests who stay here. We met many new friends who I am sure we will meet up with in the near future or hopefully travel with. A big thankyou to Sunwing on getting us home safely. The only negative was our visit to the Italian restaurant. Our waiter admitted he forgot we were there so we had a long wait. Also he said the menu had just changed so we were disappointed in what we ordered. Thank goodness for the cheesecake. Wish you could go there just for that! Argentine was amazing. Glad that menu wasn't messed with. Beach restaurant was really good. Ribs we had one lunch time were amazing! Snack menu at Granada was excellent too, as was breakfast. Ocean was too rough and cold to swim in so we stuck with the heated pools. Thank you to El Cid staff for a wonderful week. Hope to see you when this crisis is over. Stay safe!
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3.5/531 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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