Mayan Palace Mazatlan

Address: Av Sabalo Cerritos, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, 82100, Mexico | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Av Sabalo Cerritos, Mazatlan, is near Acuario Mazatlan, Ginger's Bilingual Horses, El Cid Country Club Golf Course, and Playa Cerritos.
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      Travel Blogs from Mazatlan

      2 Year Wedding Anniversary

      A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Aug 05, 2014

      13 photos

      Due to all Mazatlan hostels and hotels being full of vacationing Mexicans, Mark and I found an Airbnb to sleep in the spare room of a woman's house. She was friendly, gave us towells for the beach, mangos, and a delicious homemade breakfast of mango smoothie, yogurt, tortillas, rice, beans, and veggies. Yum. The city used to have dozens of cruise ships stop daily, but after the ...

      Hola from Mazatlan

      A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Dec 16, 2013

      59 photos

      ... rods and let out 100 strips of line. In short order she yelled from above “fish on!” With visions of fresh sashimi dashing through his head, Rick bolted up the stairs and popped the engine into neutral as Patti grabbed the rod. As we both looked aft a big beautiful marlin leapt out of the water! He repeatedly jumped clear of the water and danced on his tail! It was quite the sight. The whole time Patti was doggedly trying to ...

      A Place Worthy of Oliphant

      A travel blog entry by drudell on Mar 19, 2012

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... ex-pats. So the big Miramar (Sea view) restaurant is closed. Fine by us, Gail walks us down to the corner store (Mini-Super) where we get Chihuahua cheese and the thinnest tortillas I have ever seen. We go home and I make cheese quesa---oops - quesadillas and we settle in for a great night's sleep. Our worries about 'Ocracoke-like' conditions are unfounded. Yes it's a very windy cool night, but this place is as snug as bug, even the sound of the wind has a hard time getting ...

      San Carlos to Mazatlan

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

      3 photos

      ... my business and get back to the air-conditioned car. In the desert even a bathroom stop can turn into an adventure.

      Mai takes the wheel after we cross the stateline into Sinaloa, and the landscape changes dramatically from arid sand and cactus fields to lush green mountains and cultivated land. There is definitely water here. Birds fly above the road. Mai wonders why they fly so low, and … SPLAT! One of them commits suicide on our hood. It ...

      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 ...