Mazatlan is a wonderful destination wedding area if you are wanting somewhere very unique and out of the way. This is a gem of a place with great weather all year round and lots to see and explore. Although historically not as fancy as Puerto Vallarta to the south or Los Cabos to the west, a mid-sized city that used to depend on its shrimp fleet and a few other industries for its livelihood, Mazatlan has sprung to life with aspirations of becoming a major beach resort as renowned as Los Cabos or Cancun.
Its long-stagnant marina development has received injections of new capital, and the state of Sinaloa has funded the construction of a sparkling malecon (seaside promenade) that stretches more than 3 mi/5 km from the edge of Old Mazatlan at Olas Altas to the southern edge of the Zona Dorada (Golden Zone). Because tourism isn’t its only business, Mazatlan accepts its visitors gracefully.
Unlike some resort towns that become completely consumed (and jaded) by the travel trade, Mazatlan maintains its Mexican character and offers vacationers the things they go for—relaxation and entertainment in a pleasant seaside setting. In a single visit, travelers can experience comfortable resorts, and the sights and smells of a Mexican city. It’s as simple as moving from one part of town (Zona Dorada—the tourist area) to another (Old Mazatlan).
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Below is a sample of some the resorts that we work with and recommend.
Riu Emerald Bay
Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay
El Cid Castilla Beach
El Cid Moro Beach
El Cid Granada Country Club
El Cid Marina Beach Hotel