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Its a beautiful hotel, great views, staff is nice, A year ago they were in construction and as I can see they are still under construction. The room I stayed at a year ago needed some repairs. BUT What ever u Do Not Buy there...More
This hotel is really old, beds are uncomfortable and old. Furniture is old. Air conditioning is old and noisy, it doesn’t cool properly. Pools are small and overcrowded. Hope you like bugs in your room, for you’ll have a hole Lot of them. Food is...More
We had the best time ever at the Inn at Mazatlan from the time we got off the King David Van from the airport the first day till we got back on the van the last day. The staff were very nice & friendly. From...More
Locals arrive Thurs eve and depart Sun/Mon. Lots of night noise around beach. Lots of kids in both pools. Resort access is not enforced so anyone can enter property. Work around pool adds noise. Resort doesn’t respond to concerns.
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Do not recommend this hotel, my husband and I had an awful experience. We travel to mazatlan once a year and decided to stay at this hotel. There was no hot water to shower, we informed front desk three times and also told the maid...More
Response from Alberta S | Reviewed this property |
The Breakfast Buffet is available every, not just on Sunday. The food is always fresh and abundant. The waitstaff is always pleasant. You are never rushed, you can linger over that last , or next to last coffee, and... More
The Breakfast Buffet is available every, not just on Sunday. The food is always fresh and abundant. The waitstaff is always pleasant. You are never rushed, you can linger over that last , or next to last coffee, and enjoy the view. Hope this helps. Adios!