Costa Bonita Condominium & Beach Resort

Address: Sabalo Cerritos 7500, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, 82100, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Sabalo Cerritos 7500, Mazatlan, is near Deer Island (Isla de Venados), Playa Las Gaviotas, Caverna del Diablo, and Monumento Mujer Mazalteca.
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      Travel Blogs from Mazatlan

      Still in Mazatlan

      A travel blog entry by azcook on Mar 04, 2015

      1 comment, 37 photos

      ... night for a walk. We were asked about 5 times by passing pulmonias (open air cabs) if we needed a ride. Nope. We ended our walk at Panchos on the beach. There is a second Panchos right across the street from Pueblo Bonito where we had dinner at on Ted's 59th and 365 day birthday, but this one is the original. We waited for a table right on the water's edge and were so happy to be back at this lovely place that has fond memories for us.

      We were ...

      Hola from Mazatlan

      A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Dec 16, 2013

      59 photos

      ... bus ride is 10 pesos per person one way ($.75 US.) The bus is very clean, air conditioned and there are no chickens or other livestock aboard. The ride into town takes about 10-15 minutes. Once there, we wandered around the square. During the day it’s vacant. At night it comes alive. It is surrounded by restaurants that all have a large number of tables set outside. Each of these restaurants has someone standing outside who tries ...

      San Carlos to Mazatlan

      A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut on Jul 09, 2011

      3 photos

      ... and 1 appetizer each. I sip one of the best Margaritas I’ve ever had and for sure the strongest one: after a single glass I am completely trashed. People walk along the beach front, get driven in small golf-cart-like taxis or gather in “party bus” groups at the back of pick-up trucks. Local folks, tourists from other parts of Mexico, Americans, Canadians: a very diverse crowd with one common element: everyone is having a good time. Welcome to Mazatlan!
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      A real Mexican port

      A travel blog entry by danharriet on Dec 01, 2010

      30 photos

      ... of the country than ports such as Cabo San Lucas.

      Being in a commercial port, we were taken to the passenger terminal in little pulled vehicles much like those used in parks like Disneyland. With another large ship in port, the Mariner of the Seas, the passenger terminal was bustling with disembarking passengers of these two large cruise ships. Outside of the gates were various forms of transportation that the passengers could avail themselves as they ...

      The beginning of the unbearable heat

      A travel blog entry by propyr_teidi on Aug 11, 2010

      ... at least it had air con!) and bought soft drinks to drink on a bench in the mall, classy.

      Our bus to Tucson was meant to leave at 5.20pm, but ended up leaving nearer 6pm, which was OK I guess because we got to watch CSI NY in the terminal. Was a pretty comfortable journey, only that for the first part the girl in the seat in front of me insisted on having her seat reclined all the way back, so I felt like she was expecting me to perform dental surgery or ...