Hotel Emmert International

Address: Calz. Sabalos Cerritos #576, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calz. Sabalos Cerritos #576, Mazatlan, is near Acuario Mazatlan, Playa Cerritos, Playa Olas Altas, and El Cid Country Club Golf Course.
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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 ...

        Mazatlan Country

        A travel blog entry by duchesne on Jan 29, 2015

        5 comments, 83 photos

        ... somewhat in the method of its production, in the use of only blue agave plants, as well as in its regional specificity.

        Our country tour ended in a town called El Quelite 30 km from Mazatlan. There we had the best meal yet in a restaurant. As well, the restaurant was decorated with fun Mexican artifacts as well as modern novelties. The menu included two salsas with tacos, soft Mexican fresh cheese, ...

        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!

        A real Mexican port

        A travel blog entry by danharriet on Dec 01, 2010

        30 photos

        The beautiful weather of the winter time on the Mexican Riviera stayed with us as we enter the port of Mazatlan, a thriving commercial seaport on the western side of Mexico. It is located across the Gulf of California from the southern tip of the Baja peninsula of Mexico. The name of Mazatlan is from the Nahuatl Indians, who are the oldest documented residents of the area. The name means "place of the deer". The Spanish used the city as a sea port and it was also used ...