The only AAA Four-Diamond resort in Mazatlán, Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay
Award-Winning Luxury on Mazatlán's Sun-Splashed Pacific Coast
The only AAA Four-Diamond resort in Mazatlán, Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay is an elegant jewel set on 20 acres overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Named the “Top Resort in Mazatlán” by Condé Nast Traveler, this magnificent resort features its own private beach, two swimming pools, koi ponds, lush mature gardens, a world-class spa and graceful neoclassical architecture recalling Old Mazatlán.
OTHER THINGS TO DO IN MAZATLA'N
Mexico's top sport fishing destination, Mazatlán is the billfish capital of the world. Enjoy a deep sea fishing adventure where the Pacific Ocean collides with the Sea of Cortez. Hook big blue and black marlin, sailfish, yellow fin tuna, dorado, wahoo, and grouper, charter boats and tours from three marinas, including La Marina Mazatlán, the largest marina in Latin America.
With four spectacular golf courses, Mazatlán is a golfer's paradise. One of the top courses in the world, El Cid Golf & Country Club features the championship 18-hole El Cid Mazatlán and Lee Treviño designed 9-hole Marina El Cid. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., Estrella del Mar on Stone Island is one of Mexico's most loved golf courses. Club Campestre Golf and Country Club also offers an enjoyable 9-hole course.
Enjoy boating, sailing, yachting, kayaking, jet skiing, windsurfing, parasailing, catamaraning and Hobie Cat rides into the vast ocean and to offshore islands. Fishing and boating enthusiasts can rent sailboats, yachts, catamarans and trimarans at Marina del Cerro del Crestón and Marina del Cid.
Walk through La Zona Dorado, which is filled with shops selling everything from crafts and jewelry to clothing and art. Bargain at Los Tiangis, an open-air bazaar, on Sunday mornings and explore the colonial heritage of Mercado del Centro in Old Mazatlán.
MAZATLÁN'S THREE ISLANDS
Located off the Mazatlán shore, the Three Islands - Deer Island, Bird Island and Wolf Island, are beautiful destinations for fun and adventure. These pristine offshore islands offer tranquil sand beaches and azure ocean waters for scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, boating, kayaking and canoeing.
Edging the Pacific, Mazatlán features gorgeous sand beaches for soaking up the Mexican sun, relaxing with a drink and partaking in a variety of sand and sea sports. With gentle sandy slopes and calm waves, the area between the Zona Dorada and the three islands offers sparkling sands for sunbathing and adventure.
NOTE: Reservations are subject to availability and 5-month advance reservation schedule.