Mazatlán

Mazatlán Travel Guide

Articles about Mazatlán

By Emma Sloley

Sun and sand meet South of the Border spectacular in these top beach hotels, as picked by T+L readers.

Hotels in Mazatlán

During the late 19th century, Mazatlán was a playground for well-traveled artists and aristocrats. Today their Neoclassical mansions are being transformed into stylish cafés, galleries, and hotels.

Restaurants in Mazatlán

Opened by Jaime Flores (of Denver's historic Broker Restaurant) opened the pint-size seafood joint. Locals pack the place for tuna tostadas with chipotle mayonnaise and avocado.

Things to do in Mazatlán

The 841-seat Italian Renaissance-style theater was built in 1874 with an open-air lobby and triple-tiered balconies.