Mazatlán is situated on the Pacific Coast of Mexico, almost directly across from the tip of the Baja peninsula. Mazatlán has its own airport, as well as ferry service to La Paz.


We have big sunny and clean bedrooms, with private bathroom, air conditioning, color tv, cable, purified water, safety box, frigo bar, single or king bed. handicapped accessible Daily maid service.

!!! The Breakfast is delicious !!!

We have Tea Time at 5 pm


We are at walking distance from Cathedral, market, banks, dentist, Olas Altas Beach, theater, museums, doctors, hospitals, Plazuela Machado where there are many nice restaurants , with live music.


Half a block away there is a stop for buses that take you to any point in Mazatlan. We will be happy to assist you with touring dining, transportation and any other information. Also we can offer the service to pick you up from the airport for reasonable price.

Your hosts speak English, Spanish, Dutch, German and some French. If you have any other question please ask us.

 

 

User Number:  2022

Bed and breakfast, Royal Dutch, Casa de Santa Maria Constitucion #627, Centro Historico, CP: 82000 Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico
Reservations: (669) 981-2022 Email: roydutch@mzt.megared.net.mx
reservaciones@royaldutchcasadesantamaria.com
See the getting here section for more information regarding how to reach Mazatlán Set at the foot of the Sierra Madre Mountains on a peninsula that extends into the Pacific Ocean, Mazatlán is one of the Mexican Rivieraߦ
premier resort areas. Its remarkable scenic beauty is complemented by a delightful festive atmosphere and a wealth of exciting activities.Although Mazatlán is one of Mexicoߦs most popular vacation destinations.
it has another identity as the largest port in Mexico, with a bustling economy independent of the tourism industry.

This duality adds an interesting cosmopolitan flavor to this unique city that you are sure to savor.

Because it was a city long before it became a beach resort, Mazatlan is less touristy than some of its neighbors on what the cruise industry calls the Mexican Riviera. Places like Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos, which like Mazatlan are ports of call on the cruise ship circuit, were tailor-made as resort developments.