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Malecón de Mazatlán
Sin.
Mexico

+52 (669) 982-1100

Mazatlan's #1 Boutique Hotel

ABOUT US

Casa Lucila Hotel Boutique was originally built in 1823 as a mansion for a wealthy German family.


OUR RICH HISTORY

The building's original facade featured a healthy blend of Colonial and Neoclassical influences, a feature that still remains today.

While it started as a home to immigrants, the building experienced several incarnations and went through a handful of owners. Probably the most notable of identities, the building was once O'Brien's Seafood Restaurant, a Jazz-Age restaurant and club that was frequented by classic old-Hollywood celebrities like John Wayne, who owned a fishing boat nearby, actor Robert Mitchum, and author Ernest Hemingway. When the owner of O'Brien's Seafood Restaurant passed away in the late 1950's the property was abandoned and remained empty until early 2005.

Donación de El Gran Orgullo de ser de Mazatlán.

Donación de El Gran Orgullo de ser de Mazatlán.


Broken windows used to be the view from where Lucila's Restaurant is located.

Broken windows used to be the view from where Lucila's Restaurant is located.

View of the front of Lucila's Restaurant.

View of the front of Lucila's Restaurant.

Main entrance view where we greet visitors each and every day.

Main entrance view where we greet visitors each and every day.

View of the front of the what is now known today as Casa Lucila Hotel Boutique.

View of the front of the what is now known today as Casa Lucila Hotel Boutique.

A NEW BEGINNING

Having fallen in love with the abandoned property with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, Mazatlan native, Conchita Valades, decided to take on the challenge to restore the property and convert it to a charming boutique hotel. After two years of hard work and tireless efforts to revive the property to its original glory, Casa Lucila Hotel Boutique opened her doors on October 13, 2007.

The property emerged with new vigor and life as a full-service hotel, steps from the beach and the thriving Historic Center in downtown Mazatlan.

In honor of her mother, Lucila Valdez de Valades, Conchita affectionately named the hotel after her. Lucila had thirteen children, eight of whom were girls; so each of the eight rooms of the hotel is fittingly named after one of Lucila's daughters.

Owners Conchita + Chris with some of her sisters standing at the entrance. (from left) Conchita, Marina, Lupita, Lety, sister-in-law Alma, Chayito, + Chris. 

Owners Conchita + Chris with some of her sisters standing at the entrance. (from left) Conchita, Marina, Lupita, Lety, sister-in-law Alma, Chayito, + Chris. 


OUR STORY

Today, Casa Lucila Hotel Boutique provides guests with modern-day hospitality, fused with old world charm. Known for her sweeping Pacific Ocean views and fabulous sunsets, Casa Lucila is a short  walk to the area's art galleries, museums, restaurants + bars, and boutique shops. 

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