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Recent Mazatlan reviews
Didn't want to leave
"Enjoyed our week in Mazatlan relaxing in this luxurious unit made for a large group. It is laid out so everyone has plently of privacy with their own bedroom and bath. The kitchen, dining room and deck are all spacious with more than enough comfortable seating. The concierge and front desk staff could not have been more helpful. The owner was a delight to work with and answered all our questions promptly. Should have stayed longer!!"
Guest: hopperDate of Stay: December 2014Review Submitted: February 27, 2015
"We were met by the managers as promised. They were driving in to the complex just as we were arriving. The condo was very comfortable, good bed and a view to kill for. To get up in the morning and have our coffee on the deck was amazing and the sunsets were the most beautiful we had ever seen. We watched dolphins play in the water directly in front of the complex. Not only was the deck enlarged which made a huge difference from other units, but the sliding doors were such that they could be opened the full width of the deck. It was like bringing the outside in.
I got sick the second week we were there and the rental agents Kim and Mike Peters were extremely helpful in finding an English speaking doctor. They even phoned to check up on us a few days later. The pool area was quiet and there were lots of chairs and the staff was very friendly. Every afternoon at 3 a man came along the beach selling fresh donuts. What a treat. Every other day a vegetable truck came into the parking lot selling almost everything you need including fresh homemade tamalies.
When we had a problem with the TV, Cara contacted her mother, who lives on the floor below this unit and she brought us a new VCR and showed us how the TV works. She is a lovely lady and even showed me her apartment which is decorated in a Mexican theme.
The bus stopped right in front of the entrance to the complex. You just had to flag it down. There were two options, one to the old town and one to the Golden Zone and it was very cheap.
We loved our vacation here and hope to go back again."
Guest: Michael M.Date of Stay: February 2015Review Submitted: April 5, 2015
"It was very good and what we expected it to be. We were happy with the managers, Kim and Mike Peters, with our cleaning lady Patty. She did an awesome job every week!
We spent time going on tours - our favorite was the Durango tour - beautiful scenery. Also if you have not been to Mazatlán before, go on the city tour early in your stay to become orientated. We went on several tours both through Vista Tours and King David Tours - both good. We loved golfing at Marina Golf 1/2 hour walk or short cab ride. (18 holes) Lots of great restaurants- good ribs at Roy's for less than $10 on Sun. night. The restaurant here can't be beat for breakfasts and lunches for economical, for taste, and for great service. We liked Mary's if you hunger for good old American food like Belguim waffles with fresh strawberries. The condo has a list of lots of good ones and we were never disappointed. It's easy to go to the grocery stores too, Mega, Sorianos and Walmart. Can go to all by the bus - you can go anywhere almost by the bus. Very handy and economical.
We also got involved with helping the poorer people of Mazatlán through LaVina or Vineyard church a little over a block south of Dairy Queen in the golden zone. To get an idea of their ministry and to see what the other side of Mazatlán is like, be at the church any Tues. or Thurs. morning at 9am. It's called the dump tour. You help make sandwiches and bottle some water for the people who make their living savaging in the dump and many live there too. You drive through the poorer areas and also bring food to children. It's a great experience. You'll be back around 12:30.
Beach walking couldn't be better.
We missed not having American network tv stations. We did have ESPN. Some units have it down in Mazatlán
The Dvd player didn't work. A new one is in the condo now, but not hooked up yet, but I bet it will be by the time you arrive here.
Any questions or concerns were promptly addressed. All in all a very good stay and 2 months was not too long!"
Guest: D & GDate of Stay: January 2015Review Submitted: March 5, 2015