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Malecón de Mazatlán

+52 (669) 982-1100

#1 Boutique Hotel in Mazatlan, Mexico


Explore Mazatlan, Mexico's best kept secret, located in the heart of the Sinaloa region.


You could spend an entire day seeing it all, but why not do it the Mazatleco way? Just take it easy. Mazatlan has so many great spots to visit, we wanted to put together a short list of attractions and local dining options to help you get started on your adventure! Part of the beauty of Mazatlan is being able to discover a new boutique shop, a delicious under-the-radar restaurant, and architecturally stimulating colonial-style homes on a quiet street - all found by just walking around. We've got numerous recommendations, but we always welcome new suggestions from you, our guest, on the next hidden gem or must-see” hotspot.


Whether you plan on staying a day, a weekend, or a week with us, just know there is always something going on in Mazatlan. Transportation is easy and most everything is a short walk or a pulmonia ride away.

  • Boardwalk (5 meters) 
  • Olas Altas Beach (75 meters)
  • Archeological Museum (230 meters) 
  • Fine Art Museum (280 meters)
  • Angela Peralta Theater (700 meters)
  • Plaza Machado (700 meters)
  • Cliff Divers (950 meters)
  • Mirador Observatory (1 km)
  • Immaculate Conception Cathedral (1.1 km)
  • Pedro Infante Museum (1.2 km)
  • Central Market (1.3 km)
  • Stone Island (1.5 km + boat trip)
  • El Faro Lighthouse (1.9 km)
  • Mazatlan Aquarium (4.3 km)
  • Golden Zone (7.5 km)
  • Nueva Mazatlan (17 km)


When it comes to finding a delicious morning breakfast or winding down in the evenings with wine or a cocktail, we highly recommend our very own Lucila's Restaurant. But we understand that our guests also like to venture out and enjoy local haunts and hot spots for additional meal and drink options. Don't worry, we appreciate guests supporting additional local Mazatlan dining establishments.

  • Casa 46 International Fusion
  • La Puntilla Seafood
  • Topolo Traditional Mexican
  • Allegro Caffe Coffeeshop
  • Raggio's Italian
  • Pedro y Lola Traditional Mexican
  • El Presidio Traditional Mexican
  • La Corriente Seafood
  • Puerto Viejo Restaurant Seafood
  • Cenaduria El Burro Pando Traditional Mexican
  • Tacos Playa Sur Street Food
Medallón de Atún Sellado / Seared Tuna (Lucila's Restaurant)

Medallón de Atún Sellado / Seared Tuna (Lucila's Restaurant)

Club Estrella del Mar

Club Estrella del Mar


Chris, co-owner of Casa Lucila Hotel Boutique, likes to say "I only play golf on days that end in y". Since golf is an integral part of Chris and Conchita's life, we absolutely had to tout some of the best courses for those who want to play a round (or two). Whether you're a beginner or a pro, we're sure there's a great course to satisfy any golf enthusiast. Who knows, maybe Chris will join you!  Below is a selection of golf courses in and around Mazatlan. 

  • Club Campestre de Mazatlan (7.4 km)
  • El Cid Golf & Country Club (8.1 km)
  • Serena Marina and Golf (13.6 km)
  • Club Estrella del Mar (32.8 km)


The different statues and monuments that can be spotted - mostly along the famed boardwalk (malecon) - are both stunning and majestic. Each has a rich history and story behind their significance to Mazatlan or the country of Mexico. We wanted to list them all but we are limited on space. We encourage you to visit every single statue listed below and take a picture beside or in front of it. Don't forget to #CasaLucilaStatues. For every guest staying with us, get 10 Likes on your best photo and we'll give you 10% off your next meal at Lucila's Restaurant!

  • Monumento a Fernando Valades
  • El Venadito
  • La Mujer Mazatleca
  • La Reina de los Mares
  • Escudo de Sinaloa y Mazatlan
  • Monumento al Pescador
  • Monumento al Milenio
  • Monumento a la Vida
  • Monumento a Don Cruz Lizarraga
  • Monumento a Don Genaro Estrada
  • Monumento a Lola Beltran
  • Monumento Conmemorativo al Centenario de la Fundacion de la Cerverceria del Pacifico
  • Monumento al Gral. Juan Carrasco
  • Monumento a la Virgen de la Puntilla
  • Monumento al Gral. Angel Flores
  • Monumento a Los Marinos de Mexico
  • Monumento a Miguel Hidalgo
  • Monumento a Pedro Infante
  • Monumento al Agua
  • Monumento al Hombre Universal
  • Monumento a Manuel "Maquio" Clouthier
  • Monumento a Luis Donaldo Colosio
  • Monumento Acuario de Mazatlan
  • Monumento a Benito Juarez
Pedro Infante

Pedro Infante

Fernando Valades

Fernando Valades

Petroglyphs at Las Labradas

Petroglyphs at Las Labradas


Sometimes you just want to venture out beyond Mazatlan. Take a day trip and discover small villages known for their rocking chairs (Concordia) or growing cacti on their rooftops (El Quelite). Experience the Petroglyphs (pictured left), elaborate markings carved on rocks by our early ancestors that trace back many milennia (Las Labradas) or take a sip of Sinaloa's finest Blue Agave, another way of saying tequila (Los Osuna).

  • Los Osuna Blue Agave (43 km)
  • La Noria (44 km)
  • Mesillas (48 km)
  • Concordia (48 km) 
  • El Quelite (50 km) 
  • Las Labradas (71 km)
  • El Rosario (71.1 km)
  • Esquinapa de Hidalgo (92 km)
  • Culiacan (231 km)
  • Durango (257 km)



  • International Carnival of Mazatlan (February)
  • International Guitar Festival (March)
  • Spring Equinox at Las Labradas (March)
  • Book Festival of Mazatlan (March)
  • Festival of Colors (April)
  • International Festival of Theater (April)
  • Festival of the Day of Music (June)
  • CineSeptiembre (September)
  • Cultural Festival Mazatlan (October-December)
  • Festival of Light (November)
  • ArtWalk (November-May)


  • 1st Torneo de Golf Marina Mazatlan (January)
  • 10th Annual Tournament of Golf de Caridad Estrella de Mar (February)
  • Mazatlan Open PGA (March)
  • Copa Gobernador (March)
  • International Motorcycle Week (April)
  • 360 Golf Tournament (May)
  • National Marina (June)
  • Gran Triathlon Pacific (July)
  • Mexican League of the Pacific Baseball (October - January)
  • Great Pacific Marathon (November)


  • King's Day (January)
  • Constitution Day (February)
  • Benito Juarez Birthday (March)
  • Holy Week (April)
  • Labor Day (May)
  • Mother's Day (May)
  • Independence Day (September)
  • Day of the Dead (November)
  • Revolution Day (November)
  • Christmas (December)
  • New Year's Eve (December)