Reviews

poolParadise on a hill

"Exudes the charm and ambience of the Centro Historico district in which it is located. Its lovely decor is a step back into Mexico's past. It is within a short walking distance of the restaurants on Olas Altos, the Plaza Machado and the Pino Suarez Market" ~Denny B., Sterling, Il

"Really unique, because it's quiet, safe and secluded – in a residential neighborhood of the Centro Historico... offers a spectacular 270-degree view from the rooftop terrace. Walking distances to the beach, lighthouse, plaza, theater, cathedral and market are easy to estimate, because they all seem close enough to reach out and touch.." ~Marcus S., Ashland, OR

Perfect in every way

view2"I stayed for two weeks and it was fantastic.

The pool was relaxing and private. The roof garden has, without a doubt, the best view of Mazatlan in Centro Historico.

Plazuela Machado, Plazuela Hidalgo, Olas Altas, the Cathedral and the Central Market are all within easy walking distance." ~TVtraveler15, Hollywood, CA

We couldn't have enjoyed it more!

"Convenient to everything - a few blocks the Malecon, a few blocks the Merchado, etc.

When you come through the gates into the courtyard it is like stepping in to a magic garden. Every surface is decorated with whimsical mosaics or covered in vines and flowers. There are several seating areas scattered here and there that just invite you to relax with a book. The pool is small but well maintained and the chairs are clean and comfortable. The highlight of the property has to be the rooftop patio. It has a beautiful 360 degree view and a particularly great view of the ocean. It is the perfect place to watch the sunset and have a little glass of wine while you decide where to go for dinner." ~Artistseye, Bisbee, AZ

This is the best of Mazatlan for an authentic, tasteful experience

night"Everything you can imagine is within walking distance: the beach, the cathedral, the central market, the Angela Peralta Theater, beautiful architecture, restaurants along the seafront and in Machada Square. Stone island beaches are a few minutes away and are fabulous too.

Very quiet, peaceful place, nice and secure with a front gate that is locked at night but accessible to guests. The staff were kind and attentive but never obtrusive. Mexico has the most friendly people, there's no doubt about it. It is the perfect place to spend time with family, friends, or alone, for a short time, a long vacation or for the entire winter. It's not expensive, the rooms are recently remodeled but in the style of "Old Mexico", big, comfortable and the ocean view is terrific especially from the roof-top deck!! You can even watch the cruise ships come and go several times a day and observe the shipping traffic and the shrimp fleet.

Mazatlan has it's own flavor which is more laid back then other hot spots. We've traveled to Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta, by plane and driven from Nogales to Mazatlan twice for winter stays in Mazatlan and will return again and again. " ~Guitargeorge44, Portland, OR

Too Good to be True Exists!!!

"Recently revamped by new owners but retains much of its original charm. Vibrant, effortlessly cool rooms with A/C & TV. Rooftop views are stunning. Pool is perfect. Location is great. Owner and staff are terrific. If I could I would simply live there." ~yo_gini73, Sacramento, CA

viewCharming and cozy with great views

"Just a short walk from great restaurants, the beach, and all the sights in Old Mazatlan. We loved the pool, the outdoor kitchen (and in-room kitchenette), and most of all, the rooftop deck with fantastic views of both Old Mazatlan and the beach." ~ek97, Brooklyn, NY

A gem near Mazatlan's Historic Center

"A nod to the charm and artistic beauty that is real Mexico. Situated in a lovely neighborhood, close to everything; the sea walk (Malecon), Plaza Machado and all of the sites in the Historic center of Mazatlan are an easy walk away. The building is a marvel and the sunsets from the roof terrace are sublime. We could even see the cruise ships docking while still snuggled up in our bed." ~takemetovenice, Thousand Oaks, CA

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