Costa de Oro Beach Hotel

Address: Av. Camaron Sabalo No 710, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, 82110, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Av. Camaron Sabalo No 710, Mazatlan, is near El Cid El Moro Beach, Playa Olas Altas, Estrella del Mar, and King David Jungle Tour.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Costa de Oro Beach Hotel Mazatlan

    Costa De Oro Outstanding Service

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    The Costa de Oro was fabulous. I am a single mother travelling with my 10 year old son. It was very safe, secure, the staff were outstanding. I will definately go back. Loved it!

    Fantastic Room & Staff

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    We had a fabulous suite with an ocean view. We used the hotel safe for our valuables and had no problem what so ever. The staff by the pool were fabulous! I wish I could have brought them home with me. We ate breakfast at the hotel restuarant and they were great! Beautiful views, great people, we could not have asked for a better first time trip to Mexico. I would advise on getting the suite rather than the smaller regular rooms though. We can't wait to go back and experience more of Mexico. Treat them with the respect and kindness they deserve and you will be more than rewarded for this!

    Too Loud for Families

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    The room in the tower that we had was nice, but in general the place was a bit too noisey. We were there during spring break, so we blamed the noise level on all the kids. The noise was not a problem until about 2am, then it got old. However, the pool and service at the pool were outstanding. We were on the top floor in the tower and loved the room and view.

    La Buena Vida

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    We have been going to Mazatlan every December since 1996. We have stayed at a number of hotels in Mazatlan (Vidafel, Royal Villas, Luna Palace, Fiesta Inn & Costa de Oro). We have had enjoyable stays at each of these hotels but the Costa de Oro is the best of the best in our minds. We are somewhat biased as we own a timeshare at the hotel but we find the staff are very friendly, the hotel is old but clean and their timeshare people are very pleasant. We have many friends in Mazatlan, most of whom we met at the Costa de Oro.

    We have found that in Mexico you sometimes need to be patient, pleasant and persistant in order to get problems fixed and the Costa de Oro is no different.

    Michael & Shirley

    Big Disappointment!!!

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    We were extremely disappointed in our room at the Costa de Oro. It was filthy. The bathroom was disgusting. We took showers in dirty, ankle-deep water. The sink hadn't been cleaned and still had hair from previous guests stuck to it. We were unable to sleep because of the noise of children yelling and running up and down the halls at 2 a.m. The front desk wouldn't do anything. The towels cabana at the pool was either closed or out of towels. Our room was at the end of a hallway with no lighting outside of our door. No amenities in the room -- no safe for valuables. By US standards I would rate it a 'dive.' We ended up buying a timeshare in a nicer resort just so that we could have three enjoyable nights and a guaranteed decent place to stay when we go back each year. We love Mazatlan but think the Costa de Oro was disgusting.

    One of the best in Mazatlan

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    One of the best in Mazatlan. Rooms are really nice and there restaurants serve great food. They don't bug you about time shares like the rest down there. Close to everything.

    Absolutely the BEST

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    The best hotel I have ever stayed at! There's nothing like overlooking the ocean every day of your relaxing vacation. Great food at the poolside bar...GREAT drinks. No reason to leave the Costa de Oro!

    Paradise at a great price!

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    My family and I have been traveling to Mazatlan for many years. We have stayed at the Costa De Oro for at least 10 years. We Love it! It is the best hotel in Mazatlan. You can participate in alot of activities or just sit poolside and relax. The atmosphere is fun, beautiful and the hotel staff is outstanding. I would highly recommend this hotel to all.

    Amazing!!!!

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    I absolutely fell in love with this hootel. I travel frequently and this is by far one of the best I have ever been lucky enough to stay at. THe view is absolutely gorgeous. The staff is incredibly friendly. Your RIGHT ON THE BEACH!!! Snorkeling, parasailing, and jet skiing are just steps away. I definately reccomend this hotel.

    Excellent Hotel

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    we stayed there 4 times already. It is a fun place, great pool,great rooms on the Ocean and most of all the People there are great. Lots of Activities.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Costa de Oro Beach Hotel Mazatlan

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    Travel Blogs from Mazatlan

    Day 5 - More guests arrive

    A travel blog entry by laurapopoff on Mar 18, 2015

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    We got up and had some coffee & breakfast. The maids showed up to change beds & towels etc. After getting ready, Barb, Mike, Karen & I walked to the grocery store & pharmacia for food & other supplies. Barb & Mike & I caught the bus & went to the Walmart again for a few more things. When we got back, the new guests had arrived. Bill & ...

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    A travel blog entry by azcook on Mar 04, 2015

    1 comment, 37 photos

    ... in the bathrooms and colorful bright linens on the tables. As we walked in the girl followed and with the flip of a switch next to the door a large man made waterfall started flowing.....just for us. We took a seat close to it and enjoyed the ambience.

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    A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Dec 16, 2013

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    San Carlos to Mazatlan

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

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    Hard core Hippie, in a veggie oil truck,

    A travel blog entry by almadeleon on Dec 16, 2010

    12 comments

    ... she is beneath her high and mighty self to be here in Mexico, where kindness and gratitude abound, along with poverty and an unshakable faith in God. This woman must have needed to put someone else down to make her feel adequate in her own life.

    We walked along the beach in Mazatlan, so many pelicans and various kinds of sea birds, fishing and diving and floating along the water, in magnificent formations and amazing splendor ...