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Reviewed 19 February 2012

Great place to stay, lovely views from the roof top deck, nice pool and a small community atmosphere.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 19 February 2012

We spent 7 nights at the Inn 2012. The Inn exudes the charm and ambience of the the Centro Historico district in which it is located.
Its lovely decor is a step back into Mexico's past. It is within a short
walking distance of the restaurants on Olas Altos, the Plaza Machado
and the Pino Suarez Market. Margarita even found a Zumba class to attend for 20 pesos ( approx. 2 USD) We found the staff friendly and accommodating. Even though the Inn was located on a hill the spectacular view and hospitality was well worth the effort. We look forward to a longer stay next year. Margarita and Denny. Sterling, Il

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Denny B
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Reviewed 31 January 2012

Really unique, because it's quiet, safe and secluded – in a residential neighborhood of the Centro Historico. This small, friendly hotel offers a spectacular 270-degree view from the rooftop terrace. Walking distances to the beach, lighthouse, plaza, theater, cathedral and market are easy to estimate, because they all seem close enough to reach out and touch. O'Neil, the American owner, lives on the premises and provides guests with the kind of friendly, personal, truly valuable advice and service that makes the term "concierge" seem stuffy and institutional. Guests are treated to the perfect mix of Mexican authenticity, handcrafted funkiness, Wi-Fi, Cable TV, A/C, a jewel of a pool, clean water and free phone calls to the US and Canada.
Final note: We felt every bit as safe in Mazatlan – even after dark – as in our own small hometown in Oregon.

Room Tip: Higher floors have better views.
  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 8 November 2011

We always enjoy staying in the old part of Mazatlan for a few days before we spend a week at Pueblo Bonito. It's very nice to have such an authentic experience of the city, with close access to the best restaurants, and lots of art galleries and markets to visit. It's a very safe area as well and we've run into several Americans that live in this area for a few months throughout the year.

This hotel is on a hill and has a lot of stairs, unless you're lucky enough to be on the ground floor. But even then, plan to walk up a steep hill to get there! Despite that, if you climb to the top of the building, you'll treat yourself to an amazing panoramic view of the city and the ocean. There's a nice pool area and the grounds are very tropical and clean. The rooms can get a bit stuffy if it's overly warm outside, but we've come to expect that in Mexico. I enjoyed laying out by the pool, rather than inside the room anyways. The rooms also offer a small kitchen with a fridge, so you can store food (or beer) from the market.

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 3 November 2011

I stayed in 2007 and 2008 but to this day I remember my stay. It was great then and is great now as I stopped by for a visit with the owner. It won best hotel award last year he was telling me.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with family
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