Solamar Inn

Address: 1942 Blvd. Sabalo, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on 1942 Blvd. Sabalo, Mazatlan, is near Acuario Mazatlan, El Cid El Moro Beach, Playa Olas Altas, and Estrella del Mar.
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Travel Blogs from Mazatlan

Mazatlan

A travel blog entry by cincy on Dec 03, 2014

1 comment, 56 photos

... the town's economy was really hurt, and their government promised better protection.

The cliff divers were in an area where there were many aggressive merchants selling their wares. Ron forgot his hat, and he just happened to be in the market for a new one. He talked the merchant down from $15 to $4.

We ended the tour in a local restaurant that served a complimentary drink and chips with salsa. One of the servers made hats out ...

Hola from Mazatlan

A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Dec 16, 2013

59 photos

... cheap meals. For lunch, Patti had about a doce (dozen) grande (large) ajo (garlic) camarones (shrimp) with frijoles (beans) and arroz (rice) and tortillas for $4 US. Patti was in heaven. She declared that she could come here every single day and it would never get old.

There are two swimming pools immediately adjacent to where the boat is moored. One is a bit on the cool side and has a large hot tub built in. To get from the ...

San Carlos to Mazatlan

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

3 photos

... It is now 6.30pm and we still have no place to stay tonight.

At the first traffic light in Mazatlan a wash-and-run approaches us, and for the first time we smile back: “SI, SI”. We point to the hood and the guy sees the bird. He chuckles and compliments us for our ‘trofeo’ (trophy). I joke back that we don’t have a Rolls Royce but we do have the emblem. In one swipe of his squeegee he disposes of the body and then proceeds ...

A real Mexican port

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Dec 01, 2010

30 photos

... to hide from the Spanish Gallons. Until the early 1800, Mazatlan was a small fishing port for local fisherman, when it began a shipping trade with the Philippians, United States, Europe, and other Mexican ports. Mazatlan was even a part of the United States after the Mexican-American War, although only from 1846 to 1849. Not until the 1940s and 1950s, did tourism began in this small ocean port. It started slowly as a sport fishing destination for American actors such ...

Back on the Bikes Michelle Pukes Again!

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Aug 20, 2010

1 comment, 8 photos

... a 24 hour stay. But alas, it was too far out of town and we would need to ride a k or 2 to get dinner. We decided to find a hotel actually in Villa Union. We found the Hotel Central cheap but over priced for the dingy room. We asked around about other options and a lady told us about better hotel on the other end of town. So we went there, compared two motels and picked the least bad one and ventured out for some ...