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Checked in to find AC was not operating. It was under repair. Asked if there was another hotel they could recomend for us and our dog. I was told there where no other hotels available.
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This hotel is a gem of the Golden Zone in Matazlan. I have stayed At the Azteca on and off for the last 15 years. Jan and Feb of 2007 for 6 weeks and Jan-Mar of 2008 for 9 weeks. Hotel is close to restaruants,...More
I have been staying at Azteca Inn 2 (to)4 mos. a year for more than 20 years and find that it is far above the rest for service, clean , hospitable, central location and the best mexican breakfast in town (ask any local). I was...More
Spent 16 days at the Azteca Inn in Mazatlan in Feb-March of 2008. It was just what I had hoped it would be. Simple, very clean accomodations. Staff was beyond helpful. Didn't have a single bad experience in 16 days. There was a woman at...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Business Centre with Internet Access
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US$29 - US$90 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#3 Best Value Hotel in Mazatlan
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I have a few questions:
Do they have standard rooms with King size beds?
Are all the rooms the same?
Do they have hair dryers?
Which floor is best to stay on? What views do they have? Do all rooms have balconies?
Sorry for all the questions! I want to be prepared when I arrive (1st time in MAZ :) ). Thank you in advance for any advice/responses.
24 April 2015|
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Response from Ventas G | Property representative |
Thank you for your contacting Hotel Azteca Inn. 70 of our rooms have two double beds and 4 have King size. All the rooms all the same except for the bedding. Yes, the rooms have hair dryer. The hotel has 3 floors... More
Thank you for your contacting Hotel Azteca Inn. 70 of our rooms have two double beds and 4 have King size. All the rooms all the same except for the bedding. Yes, the rooms have hair dryer. The hotel has 3 floors, some guest request ground floor. The rooms have no view, except 6 rooms tha face the street, the hall to get to the rooms faces the parking lot or the swimming pool. If you have a special request, we can gladly put a special note on your reservation, please consider that all special requests are subject to availability upon check-in.
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"Ask for the first floor, all rooms are accessed from the courtyard parking, and for least noisy room, get one..."