Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán, the grand dame of its namesake beachfront resorts has undergone a stunning transformation. Opened in 1987, the  celebrated property has consistently been mentioned among the finest resorts in Mexico. Yet with the recent completion of a $26.5 million renovation, it’s better than ever. Learn why Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán should be on your radar for your next all-inclusive Mexican holiday.

 

Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán

Camarón Sábalo 2121, Fracc.
Sábalo Country, Mazatlán, Sinaloa
82100, México
+52-669-989-8900
(800) 990-8250
www.pueblobonito.com/resorts/mazatlan

 

How To Get To PB Mazatlán

You can easily get to the resort by taking a prearranged shuttle from Mazatlán International Airport. Shuttle drivers can speak English and will be holding a Pueblo Bonito sign once you exit the baggage pick up area. Additionally, your driver will know your flight number in case you have been delayed. After you meet your driver, he or she will escort you to the shuttle. The trip from the airport to the resort takes about 35-45 minutes.

 

Luxury Suite Living Space
Luxury Suite w/ Separate Bedroom (credit: Randy Yagi)

 

Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán Accommodations

Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán is an all-suites property with an optional all-inclusive meal plan. Each of the 250 newly remodeled suites come with modern conveniences and a private patio or balcony. Junior Suites have 575 square feet of living space while Luxury Suites have 750 square feet. Additionally, any suite you choose will have an impressive ocean view, due to the semi-circle layout of the central building.

Suite Amenities

All completed remodeled suites have complimentary Wi-Fi, 65″ TVs and premium toiletries. Additionally, there is bellhop service and no fee for parking. Further amenities are in-room safes and coffeemaker. Fine furnishings are provided throughout any suite you are pleased to select.

 

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Baked Tart Tatin at Cilantros Restaurant, Pueblo Bonito Mazatlan
Dessert at Cilantros (credit: Randy Yagi)

Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán Dining

The resort is pleased to offer you five world-class restaurants, including the new Asian fusion restaurant Pescados. Of course, the resort has its mainstay restaurants, like Cilantro’s and Angelo’s Gourmet Restaurant. For breakfast, you can enjoy traditional Mexican cuisine at Las Palomas and at poolside is Palapa Bar. Gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options are available for you upon request. An all-inclusive plan allows you to dine at the sister property Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay. Room service is currently available from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Offsite Dining

The all-inclusive plan allows you to dine at either PB Mazatlán or its local sister property, PB Emerald Bay. This includes fine dining at Emerald Bay’s La Cordeliere and Casa 46, in the historic city center. The only PB restaurant not on a resort, Casa 46 is a 2021 TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice. Moreover, it’sTripAdvisor’s top Fine Dining restaurant in the city. Overlooking historic Plaza Machado, Casa 46 requires a reservation and has a dress code policy.

 

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Onsite Amenities

In addition to the two swimming pools, there are other amenities you can enjoy at Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán. For example, the resort’s private beach is just footsteps away. Furthermore, the water temperature generally stays nice all year, ranging from 72.5 to 86 degrees. This allows you to enjoy water activities like swimming and skimboarding. If that’s not enough, there are also cabanas to take in the spectacular view. Lastly, don’t forget to take advance of the swim up bar at the main pool.

 

Offsite Activities

There are many offsite options for you to enjoy during your stay. For example, you can go deep sea fishing on a trip arranged through the resort’s concierge. What’s more, you can play golf at the Robert Trent Jones-designed course at Estrella Del Mar. If that’s not enough, you can snorkel at Stone Island or walk along one of the world’s longest boardwalks. Even more is a chance to walk up to one of the world’s tallest lighthouses – El Faro.

 

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About The Author

Randy Yagi is an award-winning freelance writer who served as the National Travel Writer for CBS Local from 2012-2019. More than 900 of his stories still appear in syndication across 23 CBS websites. This includes CBS New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco. During his peak years with CBS, Randy had an audience reach of 489 million people. Additionally, his stories have appeared in the Daily Meal, CBS Radio, Engadget and Radio.com.

 

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