Marriott recently announced the opening of the Courtyard By Marriott Mazatlán Beach Resort. The new 5-star resort is located right on the beach in the Golden Zone, which is a prime tourist area in Mazatlán, Mexico.
The resort has 195 guestrooms, modern facilities, and outstanding services, and its location is perfect. The Golden Zone is a great place for travelers to enjoy the local atmosphere and culture and is conveniently located 16.5 miles away from the airport.
About Courtyard by Marriott Mazatlán Beach Resort
The popular resort town of Mazatlán, in the northern Mexican state of Sinaloa, now has a new hotel with great services and amenities for travelers right in Zona Dorada, an area on the coast known for its restaurants, activities, and beautiful swimming beaches, and now, the new Courtyard by Marriott Mazatlán Beach Resort.
These are the main amenities and services offered at the new Courtyard by Marriott Mazatlán Beach Resort:
- Luxurious suites and rooms with terraces and balconies, all with ocean views. The suites can have a separate bedroom, kitchen, and living area.
- A restaurant, the Restaurante Don Joaquin.
- Outdoor pool.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- A Kid’s Club.
- Ballrooms and meeting venues with ocean views for up to 300 people.
- A spa with a great variety of services and treatments like therapy baths, facials, massages, waxing, in-suite massages, and more.
- A 24/7 fitness center with equipment. Travelers should bear in mind that the spa and the fitness center will open on March 1, 2023.
- This resort is pet friendly, though guests should read about pet policies.
Travelers Can Explore Mazatlan
Marriott encourages travelers to experience local attractions. Guests staying at the new resort can enjoy nearby activities like golfing, fishing, surfing, and biking. Travelers can also visit the historic center of Mazatlán and admire the local architecture, go to the observatory, take a tour of the islands, walk along the boardwalk, and hike to the lighthouse.
Mazatlán offers travelers many options and things to do. Even those visiting only for a day have 33 amazing things to do. This Mexican destination is safe, and in the Golden Zone, where the Courtyard By Marriott Mazatlan Beach Resort is located, visitors will find an amazing aquarium with over 200 species, the colorful Mazatlán letters for great pictures, delicious bars and restaurants, and a vibrant nightlife.
Juan Pablo Colmenero, General Manager of Courtyard by Marriott Mazatlán Beach Resort, said: “The comfort and satisfaction of our guests is wrapped in Mazatlán’s beautiful culture, delicious cuisine, and warm hospitality. We offer a prime location for business or leisure travel or a blend of both, and we look forward to providing excellence at all times with services and amenities that exceed travelers’ expectations.”
The hotel chain explained that this new hotel represents the first Courtyard beach resort in Mexico. This mid-priced brand, Marriott’s largest, is known as an attractive accommodation for all kinds of travelers. There are over 1,200 Courtyard hotels around the world in over 60 countries, and now Mexico has a new one on its west coast.
Brian King, President of Marriott International for the Caribbean and Latin America, said: “We are thrilled to have the first Courtyard resort in Mexico, and what better location for it than Mazatlán, one of the most fascinating and fastest-growing destinations in Mexico.”
He added more details about what travelers can expect from this new hotel: “The Courtyard brand was born with the purpose of offering our guests everything they need while traveling for business or leisure. Our resorts seek to offer services that exceed our guests’ expectations, from design-driven social spaces and pools with a view to a variety of delicious cuisines and special programs for families with children. Our offering ensures a dream vacation and the ultimate experience for all guests.”
Marriott keeps expanding its presence worldwide and staying competitive in the market. A few weeks ago, the company launched a new luxury apartments service to compete against Airbnb, and just a few months ago, they opened the first all-inclusive luxury resort in the Dominican Republic.
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