We spent 3 weeks in Mazatlan. First in Isla de Piedra, second in this resort and the last in Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay.
This is a very nice resort and great beach, but the restaurant prices are, as expected, very high and they charge and overcharge for internet. This is offset by the 7 peso, $.50, bus fares to the zona dorada, where almost every restaurant has free WiFi and the Mega has low food prices to take back to condo.
Enjoyable stay and we'd go back again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Come to the pearl of the Pacific. This charming spot welcomes you with beautiful beaches and the warm hospitality of its attentive staff. Relax under a palapa on the beach, explore old Mazatlan or indulge your passion for deep-sea fishing. The brand new Mayan Palace Mazatlan spreads out over the ten acre beachfront location featuring spacious one and two bedroom suites with all necessary amenities and full hotel service: Acqua Restaurant, La Ola Beach Bar and Sunset snack-bar. Room service 7:00 to 22:00. Two heated outdoor pools overlooking the Pacific Ocean and one indoor pool for Winter season convenience. Fitness Center, Sun Mini-Super Market on-site, Boutique, Gift shop and many more. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mayan Palace Mazatlan Hotel Mazatlan