Mazatlán has changed quite a bit since 16th-century Spaniards first set eyes on its majestic shores. Within the past year alone, theMalecón, El Faro Lighthouse, and the historic city center have been significantly renovated, ushering in the best of contemporary design and convenience while also preserving the authentic colonial charm that has long drawn visitors from around the world. Master Chef Marino Maganda has burst onto the Mazatlán culinary scene with Casa 46, one of several exclusive restaurants that have recently opened in the Centro Historico.
For over 30 years, Condé Nast Traveler has served jetsetters worldwide as the go-to publication for elite travel and lifestyle information. In light of the magazine’s exalted status among luxury travel aficionados, Pueblo Bonito is thrilled to announce that, once again, all six of our main properties have been nominated for theannual Readers’Choice Awards.
Just over a decade ago, the Mexican government named the sleepy town of Todos Santos an officialPueblo Mágico, making it one of about 100 such towns or villages honored for their rich cultural heritage, beauty, food, and friendliness.