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Mazatlan is the perfect destination for your summer vacation

THE SAPPHIRE OF THE PACIFIC by Sergio Ramírez

Mazatlan is not only a historic Mexican port It’s an international renown beach resort.

A lively, romantic town perfect for a first or second honeymoon. Whatever you look for in a Mexican vacation beach destination is on the menu in Mazatlan.

Returning travelers rave about the welcoming Mazatlecos, who treat you like old amigos, as well as the fantastic beaches, the fine weather, the music and the feeling of never wanting to leave, and most of all, the delicious gastronomy.

Once you arrive at the hotel zone, you can tell that Mazatlan is a premiere destination.

If you are into cultural travel, Machado Plaza is in an area where the buildings are all restored to their former beauty, and you won’t believe the beauty of this colonial square.

Not many people know that Mazatlan boasts the tallest natural Lighthouse site in North America.

Isla de la Piedra is an island that features a market where you can buy fresh fish and other gastronomic delicacies.

In Old Mazatlan, the streets are filled with rebuilt homes from Mexico’s colonial era; businesses in tiny store fronts mixed with large department stores; street food, and high-end restaurants! It is a surreal and fabulous place to wander!

Mazatlan’s unique beautiful Cathedral is a must for travelers. A magnificent example of seventeenth-century architecture it is filled with many beautiful statues and icons.

There is a long history inside this monumental temple which is printed in many local publications available for visitors. The Cathedral has gone through numerous restoration works in time, with the help of many, including persons of other faiths who have donated economic resources to preserve it. As a peculiar feature, look for a star at each of the top of the stained glass windows.

Isla de Venados: Deer Island is like a Caribbean island with fine white sands and clear light blue wáter, it is another iconic attraction of this important tourist destination.

Isla de Venados

The Angela Peralta Theater is an Opera House that mixes ballet and Opera shows, along with promotional shows by major artists.

Angela Peralta Theater

The Ángela Peralta Theater was built in the late 1800s, and it is one of the most beautiful and authentic of its kind in our country, declared a National Historical Heritage in 1990.

This Mazatlan Aquarium has 50 smaller tanks, several larger tanks, trained sea lions and other animals, birds, lizards, sting rays, a crocodile, etc. The Aquarium also features a main sizable fish tank, live marine animal shows & swimming with sea lions & sharks. The animal shows are fun and the kids love them.

The golden zone of Mazatlan is a collection of businesses, restaurants, and individual tourist shopping stores where you can get the perfect souvenir.

Playa Olas Altas: This beautiful beach features a large number of statues, a saltwater pool, cliff divers, and the continuation of one of the longest Malecons in the world.

Mazatlan’s Golden Zone

But when it comes to deciding where to stay on your next summer trip to Mazatlan, your absolute best option without a doubt is The Inn Mazatlan: a luxury resort located in the Golden Zone (Zona Dorada).

Its strategic location allows travelers to access restaurants, pubs, nightclubs, and entertainment centers for all the family within walking distance from the hotel.

At The Inn Mazatlan, you will have a pleasant and unforgettable stay and their excellent work team has as its main objective is to offer you the best travel experience possible.

The Inn Mazatlan

From the comfort of your suite, you will be able to enjoy fantastic sea views, taste the award-winning local gastronomy, relax at the SPA, have a nice workout at its fitness center, and of course, you will have direct access to the best beaches to practice diving, surf, and kayak.

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  • TOLL FREE NUMBER FOR RESERVATIONS (US & CANADA) 1866 826 5454
  • FOR RESERVATIONS (MÉXICO) +52 800 718 9670
  • Avenida Camarón Sábalo No. 6291 Mazatlán, Sinaloa, México

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