Las Flores Beach Resort

Address: Av. Playa Gaviotas 212, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, 82110, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av. Playa Gaviotas 212, Mazatlan, is near Salsa, Salsa & Sunset, El Cid El Moro Beach, Playa Olas Altas, and Estrella del Mar.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Las Flores Beach Resort Mazatlan

      Great Family spot

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      This hotel is very clean. Staff is very good and seem to love children.

      We were there over New Years 2004. Our Family of 6 truly enjoyed our 2 weeks. The new pool was almost done when we left on Jan 10. Lots of Canadians at this resort. we really felt at home.eh

      My Second Home

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      I first visited Suites Las Flores when I was a baby. For the past 19 years of my life I have been to Las Flores more than 15 times. I go there every year for my family reunion which consists of about 30 to 40 people. I could never go to any other hotel other than Suites Las Flores because it has had such a great impact on my life. Every employee puts 150% into making your stay the best it can be. I have made many friendships with people at Suites Las Flores that will last a lifetime. It is a very friendly, safe, fun and beautiful place with a wonderful beach and view of Deer Island. If your lucky, you might see Tuba, the hotel's "guard" dog. Be prepared to have a great time in a one of a kind hotel. You will never stay in a more welcoming environment. Have a great time at the best place on earth, Suites Las Flores!

      The best hotel in Mazatlan

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      I come rather frequently to Mazatlan and have stayed at several hotels but the best one is Las flores. The service is very good, and the staff is very nice, rooms are great and clean with the best view in town. I can recomended highly

      Love it

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      We have been in Mazatlan 3 time over the past few years staying anywhere from a week to a month. I would highly recommend the Los Flores to anyone. The rooms are clean and comfortable, and the staff is awsome. We liked it so much that we were married on Patio in 2000.

      Recommend to anyone

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      I have stayed at this hotel numerous times. I have also stayed at other hotels in Mazatlan. I think that the Las Flores is on the best part of the beach, as well as I have always had great service at this hotel.

      The Happy Hour is my favorite!! I would recommend this hotel to anyone.

      The only thing is the pool, if you like being in a pool, it is cold and not very large. But rumour has it that they are improving it. Have fun in Mazatlan!!!!!!

      The best

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      I was there in July, and had a great experience, and the staff and the owner were the best.

      Shock and awe

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      stayed at las flores suites july 2 thru july 5 2003 booked a std room when i arrived i needed a fridge for medication they did not have one so i was up graded to a ocean side suite at no extra charge! the staff spoke english and spanish they were excellant went the extra mile! mostly mexican nationals stay there if you want to be around americans this hotel is not for you. located in the golden zone close to every thing. loved it!!!!

      Won't stay here again.

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      Arrived December 20th. The weather was FAB. The room was just "okay"...but had a great view. Staff were TOP-Notch. Close to everything you'd need. The food in the resaurant SUCKED ! The sinks STUNK of raw sewer. One channel of TV (CNN) that only worked sometimes. Be prepared to PAY for coffee in room. Dang music played loud well into the am. My personal rating is 4/10...pay a few more bucks and stay somewhere else, you'll be glad you did.

      Cannot recommend

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      I am a frequent visitor to Mazatlan. My mexican wife and I stayed at this hotel for 5 days in May. Upon check-in, they required both her and my signature on the registration form. No problem there. We put our luggage away in the room and left for a few hours. When we returned, the evening staff (front desk, security) refused to let her enter the elevator to go to the room, telling her she has to leave immediately. I intervened and discovered that they believed my wife was a prostitute and not a registered guest. Ultimately, after many promises of the management would contact me the next morning with an apology, I had to seek them out for resolution 3 days later. We will not be returning, and I would NOT recommend this hotel to others.

      Surf trip

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      Stayed there for a week in a junior suite. Staff was nice room service great. Very good resturant in the hotel. View is incredible. With binoculars you can check most of the major surf spots. It is the place for me whenever I am in Mazatlan. Seems to be where the Mexican families go to on their vacations.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Las Flores Beach Resort Mazatlan

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

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