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Turn Back Time in Mazatlán

Oct 13, 2021

Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay is your home away from home on the sun-splashed Pacific Coast. Conveniently tucked into the northern end of the romantic resort town, Mazatlán, we’ve got the upper hand on what makes this sandy bit of coastline so special. And we think the secret lies in its history.

Our resort’s own neoclassical style buildings and interior design pay humble tribute to the look and feel of Mazatlán’s Centro Histórico, or historic center, but it’s nothing like the real thing. While you’re staying with us, you really must take a stroll through the cobbled streets and beautiful turn-of-the-century buildings to feel the pulse of la corazón de la ciudad, or the heart of the city. Ask our concierge about city tours to make sure you don’t miss a beat.

When you’re there you’ll notice exquisitely refurbished buildings that, once abandoned, have now become private homes, public art galleries, restaurants, shops, mezcalerías, boutique hotels, cafes, and museums. Peer at the attractive window displays through the tree-lined, sun dappled streets.

Then pause for a refreshing gelato or agua fresca in charming Plaza Machado. The main square is framed by colorful restaurants and is anchored by the iconic Angela Peralta Theater. Note its schedule of music, dance, and theatrical performances for the month, and plan to return for a show.

Time your visit right to visit Pino Suárez Mercado, a typical Mexican market selling everything from souvenir T-shirts to fresh-caught shrimp. Across the street is the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. Constructed in 1856, its architecture and stained glass are worth a visit of their own.


Don’t feel like walking? Consider a city tour in a pulmonilla, Mazatlán’s beloved golf-cart taxis. Whatever you choose, a day in historic Mazatlán guarantees countless photo opportunities for you and your partner or the whole family. Capture history in the making and book your escape to Mazatlán today!

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