The Inn at Mazatlan

Address: 6291 Avenida Camaron Sabalo, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, 82110, Mexico | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 6291 Avenida Camaron Sabalo, Mazatlan, is near Acuario Mazatlan, El Cid El Moro Beach, Playa Olas Altas, and Estrella del Mar.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews The Inn at Mazatlan

      Great Trip

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      I stayed at the Inn At Mazatlan last spring break and i loved it. The place was clean and the people were friendly. the food was also good.

      The only thing i would say is that it is not the best place for a college spring breaker. Its more for someone who just wants to relax.

      Best 2 Weeks In A While

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      I stayed at The Inn for 16 days last spring break and was extremely impressed with the service, food and atmosphere. My only complaints were the lack of transportation available to and from the airport for a larger family group and multiple problems with the plumbing at The Inn.

      I must stress the service at The Inn at Mazatlan; it was excellent. I highly recommend this hotel.

      The best Resort

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      We just come back from 3 weeks vacation. We love it so much we want to retire in Mazatlan. The hotel was very clean and friendly service.

      All the staff go out of their way to please you. We planning to go back after x mas for a few weeks.

      Yvon

      Best Place to Be!

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      My family and I have been to this resort twice (Februaury 2001 and 2002). We missed going there this year and will never miss it again.

      The employees go out of their way to accomodate you. Their recommendations for activities have always been fabulous. The location is perfect, the restaurant is great and the on site entertainment is top notch. We look forward to going next year and every year after that.

      The Inn @ Mazatlan

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      Just returned from 15 days @ the Inn ,for the most part it was OUTSTANDING !! The only bad thing was the last week of AUG. & first week of SEPT. is their maintenance times, nessessary but a little inconvient for the guests. As usual the staff went the extra mile to accomidate us . We will be going back next year as we have been since 1985. HJB

      This property stinks!!

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      This property really stinks, its poor in service management, cleaning, and if you request a special service, you will be ignored. Sorry about this place.

      Always the best

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      we are timeshare owners of two weeks. we've been to the inn 13 0f the last 16 years. we always look forward to going. our daughter has been going since she was 9. now at 25 she still looks forward to it. in fact, she went twice one year. we feel like family because that's the way they make us feel. it's the best in town. take our word for it.

      Best Coffee In Town

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      We had a few days extra last week after using our timeshare in Matzatlan and selected the gracious Inn at Mazatlan to be closer to town. The rate was good and the room had a super view of the ocean, waterfall and over the new pool. Thanks for a review by dwille from St. Cloud, MN we had 'places to go'. The places that were packed each night at 8 p.m. were Rico's Coffee shop and bakery (I had the guava cake!). The icecream shop next door to it and the Inn at Mazatlan dining room -"Papagayos". Very good food every time.Best ribs in town were at the beachfront Panchos. Best fruit plate was at "The Place" - Best coffee in town was at The Inn (sorry Rico's)Best green salad I ever ate was at Cowboys.

      Going Back in 2003

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      One of the best things about The Inn is that it is quiet and secure. I haved stayed at The Inn many times in the past twenty years. I have also stayed at other hotel/resorts in Mazatlan and other places in Mexico. The Inn is by far my favorite. The rooms and the grounds are very clean, the restaurant has wonderful food, the staff is friendly and helpfull (is Carlos still on the wait staff?) . I have stayed in the original and the newest addition of the Inn. Depending on what you want to pay for - the stay is wonderful either way. They have almost no late night activities (there is fiesta night - good fun!). I love the night life, but prefer to go elsewhere and be able to go back to my room for some quiet when it is time to sleep. Enough activities for everyone from the children to the "older than me group".

      The Inn was awesome

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      I just spent Thanksgiving '01 there and had a fantastic time. The room we had was spacious and immaculate. The staff was friendly and the grounds were clean. Although the restaraunt was good, I'd recommend other places to eat.

      TripAdvisor Reviews The Inn at Mazatlan

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      Travel Blogs from Mazatlan

      Back in Mazatlan

      A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Mar 15, 2014

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      ... just as the sun peaked over the hills to the east. The distance to Mazatlan from here is about 90 miles. We do between 5 and 6 knots (nautical miles per hour.) At that rate the trip would take between 15 and 18 hours. With only 12 hours of sun per day we wanted to get going as early as possible. Running at night down here is unnerving with all the unlit, unmarked nets and long lines. There are many of them near the island due to the overwhelming amount ...

      "Stuck" in Mazatlan

      A travel blog entry by laurab627 on Dec 29, 2013

      29 photos

      ... and flight loads weren't looking great on Saturday and Sunday, so he decided he would have to leave on Friday. I knew it would be challenging for me to stay there without him, but I had his parents and Audrey to assist me with the little girls, so I decided to stay until Monday.

      Scott was not able to get on either of the US Airways flights leaving Friday, but he did finally get on the Delta flight to MSP - in 1st ...

      Old Town Mazatlan

      A travel blog entry by ahartry on Feb 24, 2013

      57 photos

      ... from the region. In glass cases, they have artifacts, mostly pipes, bowls, and figurines, but also including burial urns.

      We walked through the small central plaza to the waterfront. The waterfront was slightly busier, and seemed to have a lot of families about. Although there were signs of rebuilding the waterfront, a number of buildings were half-built or under reconstruction, maybe after a large storm. A dog stood on a ...

      Hola Mexico ...... Gulf and Pacific coasts

      A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Sep 16, 2011

      34 photos

      ... and they love them! I don't know how many we crossed previously but on one day, which was the lowest number because of the lack of villages and the motorway we used for over 50km, we crossed 103. Many are marked, a lot aren't and every now and again you get caught - they are vicious to hit at anything above walking pace!

      As we headed to Mazatlan and a ferry to Baja California we used the motorway to improve our travel time - the 250km costing us over $50! ...

      Mazaltequila

      A travel blog entry by kristenadv on Jun 16, 2010

      8 photos

      ... with elaborate costumes. our tour guide was adorable and highly informative.

      our last stop was for an hour of shopping in the golden zone. being that we were in mexico i decided i needed a margarita to shop, i got one and then it was off to all the jewelry shops. after 45 minutes we had our fill of mazatlan and we were ready to head back to the ship.

      and right then we ran into rob and ben... our wild fun ...