Spent two weeks in a fourth floor oceanview room and found it to be mostly enjoyable. Rooms are clean, staff is friendly, bands are a bit loud on the weekends but stop at a reasonable hour the beds are very firm and barely long enough for my 6'2". The balcony sliding door was very hard to open due to the salt air having ruined the bearings on the rollers, but we were able to get out and sit and enjoy the view. Saw grey whales, dolphins and lots of seabirds from our room. First couple days the restaurant was difficult due to a honey bee invasion, no real danger, but you had to keep shooing them away. Exterminators found the nest and got rid of it so that problem was cured. Beach was great, water was warm and clean and the grounds were well kept. The rooms are somewhat spartan, but that is normal for Mexican hotels. You can get a bit of a feel of real Mexico there rather than the US style hotels. Arrived on Constitution day and it was crowded, the weekend we left, there was a marathon so it was full again, weekdays, only half full. Staff were all polite and friendly. Would go there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- More than 260 recently renovated rooms, studios and suites, most with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and the Mazatlan Islands Nature Reserve, Isla de Pajaros, Isla de Venados, Isla de Chivos. The rooms with street view, overlook Camaron Sabalo Avenue. All Inclusive and European Plans available. Location: Golden Zone 30 minutes away from airport, 15 minutes from downtown, 10 minutes from aquarium, and 10 minutes from golf courses. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Oceano Palace Hotel Mazatlan
- Oceano Palace Mazatlan