I have no complaints about the hotel. The accommodations are really well done and I would consider going back. It would be nice if they spoke a little more English, but I should probably know more Spanish when in Mexico. The one annoying thing is that you have to wear a wristband during your entire stay. I know it's to help security keep guests in and non-guests out, but it was bothersome. Other than that, great stay.
Traveller from Los Angeles
This Mexican resort is 2 blocks from the shops and restaurants of Mazatlan's Golden Zone, and 1 mile from Marina El Cid.More
This is my third stay and I love the beach access and the ocean front rooms (great view)! The hotel staff is always exceptionally friendly! I can't wait to go back! Gracias Juan (waiter) and Armando (activities guy) went out of their way to take care of us!
Maria, Natalie and Jenn from D.F
Traveller from Mexico City, D.F
Nestled on the beach, this Zona Dorada resort is within 2 mi (3 km) of Punta Camaron Beach, El Cid Country Club Golf Course …More
It was a great experience close to the malecon walk to the beach nice place to stay at with friends and family. Cool pools good food and easy access to taxis or nice walk on the beach. Great restaurants around hotel and late nite snacks are a plus to have a great sleep
Traveller from los angeles
Nestled on the beach, this Zona Dorada hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Sea Shell City Museum, Punta Camaron Beach, and La Gran …More
About 6.5 km (4 mi) north of Mazatlan’s historic center, the Zona Dorada (Golden Zone) is the city’s main tourist area. This is where most of the hotels, restaurants, and discos are concentrated. Popular beaches include Playa Camaron and Playa Gaviotas, both prime sunset-watching locales. At the southern end of Zona Dorada, the popular Fiesta Land complex houses 7 clubs and restaurants.