Emporio Mazatlan

Address: Avenida Camaron Sabalo No. 51, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, 82110, Mexico | 3 star resort
 
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Location

This 3 star resort, located on Avenida Camaron Sabalo No. 51, 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 Emporio Mazatlan

    Great for the hearing impaired

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    The resort is clean and lovely, however it has the misfortune to be between two LOUD LOUD LOUD discos that go to 4:30 a.m. I saw that a reviewer said it was quiet and I just was shocked -- the vibrations from the bass was reverberating in our room. I have photos of our children on the beach at 3am because no one was sleeping. The food and staff were very good. If you are a spring breaker this would be a great place to stay. If you are a family go up the beach.

    What a great place!

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    The Riviera is a really great place to stay. My 2 biggest priorities are safety and cleanliness when I travel and the Riviera excels in both.

    The staff and facilities continue to go beyond my expectations.

    I've been going to Mazatlan for several years and continue to stay at the Riviera. I love a place that goes above and beyond to make their customers happy. I don't know if I'm ever happier than when I'm in Mazatlan!

    I Felt So Spoiled

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    I very much enjoyed my stay here. The rooms were clean and very functional. The staff was all very friendly and very helpful. We did do the all inclusive. That I'm not sure if I would do again. The food was good, the drinks were good but there were so many cheap and good restaurants around the hotel you felt a little confined to the restaurant sometimes. The spaghetti was good, we ate that quite a few nights, but the menu was somewhat limited and more choice would have been nice. The prices were quite reasonable and if you want to spend your days at the pool or beach having drinks the all inclusive is the way to go. I would stay at this hotel again with no hesitation. The beds were a little on the hard side for me. I'm not sure if this is just me or if everyone thought this but they were still comfortable enough that it didn't affect my sleep one bit.

    Home away from home

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    We have been going to this hotel for what will be our 10th year. We have about 10 - 20 in our group every year and it promises to be the best week of the year. The Riviera is without equal in our travel. It is very easy and simple to have a great time at the hotel just doing nothing. The staff is very wonderful and helpful. You feel like they are all there to ensure you have a great time. If you can only go one place each year make it Mazatlan and stay at the Riviera.

    We love the Riviera

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    Me and my family have been going to Mazatlan for the past 9 years and would not stay anyplace other than the Riviera. The staff is without comparison. Mazatlan is known for their friendly folks and the Riv has the best. From top management to the cleaning staff they are tops. We have a group of 10 - 25 go every year and there have been a lot of things happen and the folks at the Riviera have helped us more than a few times. They have done everything to summoning a doctor at the cost of the hotel to aid my sister who had a seizure at a local restaurant and they insisted she see a doctor. We have nothing but good things to say about the Riviera. Last year I brought my then 1 . 4 year old daughter and it was remarkable. By the third day of the trip the entire staff knew her by name and were never in too much of a hurry to stop to try to get a smile out of her. Awesome.

    Spring Break 2003

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    Mazatlan was awesome. Best spring break ever. Highly recommended!

    Lock your suit cases

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    We have been going to mazatlan for 14 years, and have never worried about anyone taking our belongings. we have used this hotel for our children and stayed two days until we could get into our other cond. we just arrived and changed clothes and shoes . then went to eat. we were gone about 45 minutes at Tonys and came back and my husbands new shoes were gone as were my sandals and a sundress. we had had a man knock on our door while we had been changing clothes saying he ws the housekeeping. we told him we were leaving , to give us a few minutes. that is the only thing we could figure,when it happened. they didn't do anything about it but assured us there were no thieves in there hotel. we were pleasant enough and said they must have need shoes worse than us and left it at that.

    Loved Mazatlan!

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    I am surprised Mazatlan is not considered as one of popular vacation because my friend and I went there for spring break and we had TEARS leaving the city!! The workers in the Golden Zone were unbelievably friendly... and everything in the Golden Zone was just what we needed. It's a place to be. If anyone ever considered taking a vacation to Mexico--- consider Mazatlan!!! Stay at the Riviera Beach Hotel! WE HAD A WONDERFUL TIME THERE!

    Great week of Rest and Relaxation

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    The accomadations were very neat and clean, but the best part was probably the staff. Even with numerous students for college Spring Break, the staff was very warm and engaging. They were probably the best part of our stay.

    Great

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    Reasonbly priced, clean and quiet. I enjoyed my stay at the Riviera Beach Resort very much.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Emporio Mazatlan

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Mazatlan

    Still in Mazatlan

    A travel blog entry by azcook on Mar 04, 2015

    1 comment, 37 photos

    ... to go down to the Viejo Mazatlan (or old town) to the Pino Suarez Market. Over the years we have loved to go down there for a real taste of Mexico and not just a sanitized grocery store. The old part of town does not see the tourists like the rest of the town. Close by is the beautiful cathedral built in 1856 that is filled with local patrons that come by to say a prayer while in town. A pretty square across the street has beautiful wrought iron benches ...

    Mazatlan Country

    A travel blog entry by duchesne on Jan 29, 2015

    5 comments, 83 photos

    ... Of course Larry bought a bottle. We learned that the Mexicans have learned from the French who patented the name “Champagne”. “ Tequila” can only be marketed as tequila from one area of Mexico surrounding the city of Tequila, northwest of Guadalajara, and in the highlands of the north western part of Mexico in the state of Jalisco. Although tequila is a kind of mezcal, modern ...

    Hola from Mazatlan

    A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Dec 16, 2013

    59 photos

    ... the price in the US. Knowing this and needing our teeth cleaned, we scheduled an appointment to do so. It all went well and the total cost was a bit less than $50 US per person. That’s about the same as our deductible back home. We only made one mistake and that was getting a referral from the concierge here at the resort. We should have gotten a name from the cruisers. The network of Americans and Canadians here is quite large and ...

    Mazatlan old town

    A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut on Jul 10, 2011

    8 photos

    ... They put it for sale and noone buys it (the economy has been hit here as in many other places). Fortunately, wealthy locals and expats alike are doing a good job at buying these amazing homes and making them look fabulous again.


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    Fish Farm Friends

    A travel blog entry by almadeleon on Dec 22, 2010

    2 photos

    ... then he chopped up the coconut and put lemon, salt, and chile sauce on it and put it in the coconut shell for us to eat. We headed out towards the ocean, about 35km away, on a very straight road full of potholes which we avoided pretty much it was dark so we traveled slowly. We arrived at a small town called Agua Verde, it was a small seemingly one street town, lots of children running around and playing in the streets. We stopped for a bathroom break at ...