Hotel Belmar

Address: Ave. Olas Altas Sur #166, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, 82000, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Ave. Olas Altas Sur #166, Mazatlan.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Belmar Mazatlan

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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

    ... to two other motor scooters. This would never have been possible with a car in the jam packed center of town. It took a little longer coming and going today as they were doing something on the Malecon (the main road along the beach, kind of like a boardwalk. Fun fact, Mazatlan has the longest Malecon in Latin America- 10 miles long!) and it was closed so we were rerouted through the town by traffic cops. That's one way to see lots of places we have never seen ...

    Hola from Mazatlan

    A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Dec 16, 2013

    59 photos

    ... are the proverbial grass shack on the beach. They range in size from small to big and all have palm thatched roofs. They are quite scenic. Our friends Carol and Paul had spotted this place one day while walking along the malecon. It was called Puerto Azul and their specialty is fish grilled over an open fire. The first step in the process is to pick your fish. Our server brought out a sheet pan with three beautiful whole fish. The ...

    Running in the Zona Dorada

    A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut on Jul 14, 2011

    4 photos

    ... m pretty glad I did this run, the malecon (beach promenade) is really well maintained and a perfect place to run, and I'm not the only one of this opinion: this appears to be a popular runners spot. Unfortunately after about 30 minutes my legs and my feet are not feeling so good so I have to walk back. Oh well, this is a good opportunity to take a few photos. Here they are.


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    The beginning of the unbearable heat

    A travel blog entry by propyr_teidi on Aug 11, 2010

    ... as it was like a billion degrees or something. Conveniently, we found a bus company that ran buses to Tucson Arizona, which was where we were hoping to go next.

    The other random thing is that there would appear to be NO bars or even cafes in Los Mochis! Well, there were these swing-door bars that looked like women wouldn't really be welcome in them, or that the music would grind to a halt or something if we ventured within... In the end we went to a supermarket in ...

    RINSED

    A travel blog entry by jeznkez on Sep 13, 2009

    ... br> Somehow we awoke from our sleep of the dead to get up and have a walk around Los Mochis. Pretty drab place overall but with one redeeming quality in the leafy public square with a large and well attended colonial church at one end. Here we sampled another Mexican oddity.
    Fresh coconut, hacked open with a machete, the milk poured out into a plastic bag and handed to you with a straw. The ...