Mazatlan allinclusive

Located along the beach, this upscale resort offers a mix of Old World charm and modern pleasures. Generic bath products and walk-in shower stalls are standard in the simple rooms, while penthouses upgrade to multiple bathrooms and large soaking tubs.

This sprawling resort has one of the most comprehensive amenities lists in Mazatlan, including a huge freeform pool and three all-inclusive restaurants. Rooms are simple but sharper than their competition, with kitchenettes and flat-screen TVs.

Hotel Pueblo Bonito Mazatlan

This resort has a lot to offer. It is set directly on the beach in Mazatlan’s Golden Zone and has a large number of outdoor pools, spa treatments, and restaurants. The hotel also offers private balconies and terraces in each suite.

The hotel features a total of 247 rooms, all with an ocean view and a kitchenette. Each room has a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. A sauna is also available. Guests can enjoy meals at the onsite restaurant and sip cocktails at the swim-up bar.

Guests can relax in one of the two pools, or take part in daily activities and water sports. They can also work up a sweat at the gym or play tennis on-site. Guests can also visit the sister property, Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay Resort & Spa, for access to additional facilities like a larger spa and more restaurants. There is a shuttle service that takes guests between the two properties.

El Cid

Embark on new adventures, thrilling excursions, and delicious meals at this all-inclusive resort that defines gracious beachfront living. The hotel’s huge water complex and dazzling pools straddle a serene, soft-sand beach that is shared with the neighboring El Cid resorts, tempering choppy ocean waters with a natural breakwater formed by three small islands offshore. On-site dining, spa services, championship golf, tennis, and a huge array of dynamic restaurants deliver more amenities than most other Mazatlan upper-middle-range properties, while guest rooms feature a polished style that incorporates modern seating, bold pops of color, and elegant stone and wood.

Enjoy energizing breakfast buffets at El Campeador and delectable dinners at La Alhambra, or sip refreshing drinks and cocktails poolside at the swim-up bar. Guests can also practice their putting skills at the golf course or take part in the onsite tennis program that offers private lessons, clinics, drop-in drills and partner matches. Getting around the area is simple with shuttle and car rental services, and a children’s club keeps the youngest family members well-tended.

Holiday Inn Resort Mazatlan

This Mazatlan hotel is the newest of the area and has beautiful ocean views from all rooms. It offers 164 rooms and is located on a nice beach in the heart of the Golden Zone. Guests can enjoy their meals at the restaurant and have drinks at the bar or the skybar. The hotel also has a gym, pool and ballroom.

This property has enhanced cleaning and safety measures in place. All commonly-touched surfaces are disinfected between stays and masks are provided to guests. Social distancing is also in place, and staff members are required to wear masks while working with guests.

This non-smoking hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a flat-screen cable TV and a private bathroom with a hair dryer. Other amenities include a minibar and a safe. Guests can also find an in-room coffee maker and an iron with an ironing board. The Sky Gym is on the 13th floor, offering stunning views of the ocean.

Hotel Playa Mazatlan

Long beaches, glistening Pacific waters, fiery sunsets and palm-thatched palapas are just footsteps away at Hotel Playa Mazatlan. Located along Mexico’s Gold Coast, this beachfront property captures the spicy flavor and magic of historic Mazatlan.

Rooms are simple and a bit dated, but offer flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges and private balconies (some with sea views). There’s also an outdoor pool, a spa and a gym. There are also plenty of dining options on site.

Guests can visit Sea Shell City Museum and the nearby Punta Camaron beach, or take a day trip to Isla de Venados (Deer Island) for scuba diving. There is also a large aquarium and a scenic coast sidewalk, perfect for a leisurely stroll. A variety of other local tours are offered, including a visit to pre-Columbian ruins in Quelite and 16th century mining towns in Concordia. Children are welcome in most rooms, though extra bed and crib policies vary by hotel. Please add the exact number of children to your room request when booking.

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