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Hotel Lerma

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Port Antonio, Jamaica
Reviewed 28 January 2017

this place is friendly and in a great location. rooms are comfortable and clean. i would come back again for sure. we enjoyed walking all around from the hotel. plenty of vintage houses and nice restaurants in the area

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Reviewed 24 September 2016

Great location on the other side of Malecon. Away from resorts and tourists. Quaint, quiet, friendly. Great spot! Rooms are decent and clean. The rate for the room is a steal!! THREE blocks from the beach with an old neighborhood feel. Outdoor seafood market around the corner. Prices for everything here are for budget conscious travellers and for locals. A...

Thank Lu G
Vernon, Canada
Reviewed 20 March 2015

Where else will you find a hotel with secure parking, a good bed, WiFi and a shower with hot water for 160p? In a good sized tourist city to boot. Located in Mazatlan Centro a couple of blocks from the Malecon, this place is perfect for the budget traveler. Definately not fancy but comfortable.

2Thank RexBuck
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 28 January 2015

Happy to report, the price at Lerma hasn't changed much since we were last there in 2009. 220 pesos a night for 2 people! About $17 US! Private room with bath! Free Wi-Fi in the courtyard area, free water! This is still the best deal in town! And the secret is obviously out. It's a small Mexican run hotel and...

4Thank ThatNicaT
Reviewed 3 December 2014

Loved our 2 days in Hotel Lerma. The price is fantastic, the street is quiet, it's a few blocks to the water and a few minutes walk to the colonial district. The rooms are bright with high ceilings and a fan. There are no windows, just wood shutters and bars. I have heard that the building was part of a...

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Portland, Maine
Reviewed 11 May 2014 via mobile

Our first impression was good at the reception area. The owner greeted us like an old friend. We even talked a bit as he showed us the room. Our second impression was just as good. The room was huge and clean. Also, the room was bright without being too hot due to merciless overheating from the sun. We stayed in...

Thank NewMexicoScraps
Reviewed 22 April 2014

This hotel, although very inexpensive, is not for the regular traveler. It is extremely bare bones. It advertised wifi; however you had to stand in front of the office door to get wifi. The fan in the too was barely connected to the ceiling, so she turned on they looked ready to sail across the room. The bathroom entrance had...

1Thank TravelingFamily20102
Rapid City, South Dakota
Reviewed 18 February 2014

I want to be clear that this is an economical hotel in Mexico, and this rating is based on standards for that class of hotel. The hotel does not have in-room phones, televisions, etc. so don't be disappointed by that or expect that in an "economico". Hotel does provide internet (which I found to be accessed best near the office,...

2Thank Jardindemichelle
La Paz, Mexico
Reviewed 26 August 2011

Hotel Lerma is not only the cheapest hotel in Mazataln, but if you are allergic to tourist nonsense and wish for a simple, clean and friendly place, it is also THE BEST. A large part of this is the attitude of Carlos (the owner/manager) who is very cool indeed and always happy to give advice. I had to go to...

3Thank rickincognito
Hailey, Idaho
Reviewed 19 May 2010

Great place to stay if you like no frills and cheap. $150 pesos gets you a clean secure room 2 blocks from the beach and about 5 blocks from the market. Even has wi-fi if you sit by the office. Coffee shop a few blocks away on the beach also has wi-fi. The rest of the city accessible by bus...

1Thank mybadjr

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Address: Calle Simon Bolivar 622 | Sinaloa, Mazatlan 82000, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Pacific Coast > Sinaloa > Mazatlan
Number of rooms: 153
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“Request second floor room.”
lug829, 23 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Get a breezy room on the 2nd floor. Get one near the hotel lobby for in room Wifi access.”
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ThatNicaT, 28 Jan 2015 | Read review
“Select a room right over the office for best chance at wifi.”
TravelingFamily20102, 22 Apr 2014 | Read review
“Please read above for notes about noise and expectations on rooms in Mexico.”
Jardindemichelle, 17 Feb 2014 | Read review
“Clean, large and simple”
rickincognito, 25 Aug 2011 | Read review
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