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Junior Suite

  • Maximum number of adults: 2

  • Number of children that can be accommodated: 2

  • Maximum Occupation: 4

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Park Royal Mazatlán

Right on the Mazatlán marina, and central to everything the coastal city has to offer, the Park Royal Mazatlán is set to grow into one of the regular Pacific coast getaways that Royal Holiday vacationers come back to year after year. No fewer than 128 guest suites enjoy majestic views of the sea, and exclusive access to the beach area means every guest gets a holiday that’s long on relaxation. A heated swimming pool, a first-class spa and fitness center, and an a la carte restaurant (with a buffet for the weekends), together make the Park Royal Mazatlán into an irresistible holiday headquarters. Golden Pacific beaches, a remarkable local history, and some of the world’s best seafood mean that regular vacationers have found a new, inviting space for exploring one of the best spots anywhere on the Pacific coast.

  • Check-in

    15:00

  • Check-out

    12:00

  • Address

    Av. Sábalo Cerritos 3110, Cerritos

  • Telephone

    01 669 988 0324

Services and amenities

Within Park Royal Mazatlán
  • Laundry

  • Safe Deposit Box

  • Parking

  • Internet

  • Restaurants

  • Room Service

  • Lift / Elevator

  • First aid

  • Fitness Center

  • Spa

  • Swimming Pool

  • 24 hour front desk service

  • Beauty Salon

  • Conference room

  • Direct beach access

  • Medical services

  • Refreshment stand

Close to Park Royal Mazatlán
  • Car Rental

  • Convenience Store

  • Entertainment

  • Nightclub

  • Movie Theater

  • Medical Facilities

  • Tours

  • Children's Activities

  • Leisure & Recreation

  • Golf Course

  • Shopping

  • Beach parachutes

  • Nightlife

  • Sports

  • Fishing

  • Museums

  • Tennis Courts

  • Casino

  • Beaches

  • Conference room

Attractions and activities

Mazatlan, as a tourist destination, combines the sun and beach with the architectural beauty of Historic Downtown. Neoclassic and French baroque details and finishes add a touch of uniqueness from the rest of Mexican tourist destinations. The Historic downtown, better known as the Mexican Federal Government declared “Viejo Mazatlan” National heritage site in year 2001.

The city is divided in two separate sections:

“Viejo Mazatlán” or Historic Downtown, with cobbled streets full of markets, cafés, churches and plaza squares. Essential visits: Ángela Peralta Theater inaugurated in 1874 and the city’s Cathedral Basilica in Neo Gothic architectural style.

The Golden Zone, which was developed in the sixties, boasts exclusive hotels, golf courses, Spas, nightclubs, boutiques, bars and restaurants serving exquisite signature cuisine.

Local gastronomy is base on seafood specialties cooked in a thousand different ways. Sinaloa’s cuisine is praised throughout the country for its dishes prepared with ingredients unique to its coastline. Ceviche, seafood cocktails, Pescado Zarandeado, aguachile (a spicy version of ceviche typically made with shrimp), and chilorio are some of Sinaloa’s most popular dishes Do order the Sinaloa Style Roast Chicken, Tamales Barbones (filled with shrimp), Tacos Gobernador, Fish Machaca and smoked Marlin. This fish is also known as Swordfish; it's usually prepared and eaten with a local hot sauce and a squeeze of limejuice, or prepared as hash, pickled or as a taco filling.

Few places in the world, mainly speaking of tourist destinations, are known to guarantee great taste and satisfaction to the palate as Mazatlán does.
  • Boardwalk
  • Mujer Mazatleca Monument
  • The diver
  • The Mazatlán Cathedral
  • Golden Zone
  • Historic Downtown
  • Aquarium
  • Carnival (5 days before Ash Wednesday)
  • Banda Music
  • Ángela Peralta Theater

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