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Malecón de Mazatlán

+52 (669) 982-1100

#1 Boutique Hotel in Mazatlan, Mexico


Casa Lucila Hotel Boutique is ranked #1 among boutique hotels in Mazatlan, Mexico Check prices, photos and reviews.



"Just finished our second stay at Casa Lucila (first time was last year). It is a beautiful small hotel; close to Plaza Machado and in the downtown historic district. It's located on the Malecon and facing the ocean; a stunning and beautiful setting. Rooms are immaculate and new; AC works great. Top floor has a small infinity pool with a breathtaking view. Simply heavenly. The staff provide friendly service and are quite attentive. Samantha is a joy; so very sweet. Maria at the front desk is such a pleasure and very helpful. We arrived a day late because of flight problems, and Maria was able to make changes for us without any issues at all. This is a wonderful little hotel, and we will definitely be back."

A Very Nice Small Hotel
"Casa Lucila is well located. You can walk to down town in 30 minutes. It is well managed and maintained.The WiFi is the best I have ever used in a hotel. Casa Lucila has a small restaurant which is unlike other hotels in that the food is very good and is reasonably priced. The service is very good and the beer is cold... WE WILL BE BACK!!"

Most Exquisite Hotel in Mazatlan
"Hands down the greatest boutique hotel I've ever stayed. The decor is rustic minimalism with lots of open air and high ceilings. My boyfriend and I occupied the Lucila room and it was absolutely marvelous. The room and balcony faces the Old Mazatlan beach and you can see the three islands on the Casa Lucila logo as well as old and new Mazatlan. Location is situated near the end of the longest boardwalk in the world and it's unbelievably quiet. If you're looking to just get away and relax, this is the place for you. There's also an infinity pool that faces the ocean, so you have awesome photo opportunities, too. The staff were fluent in English and so we felt comfortable in any case. The food was also traditional and super tasty and they were willing to accommodate to any reasonable request. On rainy days, if you didn't feel like staying in your room, you could easily go into the front parlor and curl into one of their leather chairs and read with a nice cup of coffee and Anejo. LOVE IT. Also love how they showcase local artists' work on the walls on the main floor. If I come back to Mazatlan, I will most definitely stay here again."

I'd Give It More Stars if I Could!
"This small boutique hotel is charming, friendly and the rooms are absolutely beautiful. Great location, within walking distance of everything Old Mazatlan. We LOVE staying here. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The restaurant offers great food. Thanks to all of you for your hospitality!! We recommend your beautiful lodging often and highly!"

One Night was Not Enough!
"We had an extra night before we had to fly out, so we chose Casa Lucila, based on Trip Advisor reviews. This place was a respite for us, a place to catch our breaths, regroup, relax, and enjoy our last in Mazatlan. Semana Santa is wonderful--but a lot of traffic, beach noise, people! We were dropped off at Casa Lucila and immediately felt that we had "come home." The welcoming, comforting decor and the gracious staff made us wish we had one more week. From the cafe, wine bar to the beautiful pool area and proximity to the beach and activities--we wanted for nothing. So thankful for the experience."

3rd time in Mazatlan a real charm
"Went to Mazatlán for the 3rd time, looking to stay again in Centro Historico with my family and in comfort. This property, location, staff, dining, and overall hotel experience was the best. The rooms and hotel are beautiful, first-rate. The views from, and experience on, the 3rd floor - essentially private - infinity pool deck can't be beat. Peaceful and overlooks the surfers, unobscured sunsets, and slightly past the noise of Olas Atlas. The owner/hostess, the daughter of the famous Fernando Valades (e.g. the composer immortalized by a statue just down a bit from the hotel on the Malecon), couldn't be more engaging, and the staff is the same. Dining is great too, and the night watchman will make sure you have good coffee (no nescafe here) early if you rise before everyone else. Really, I've stayed at the Jonathon and 2 other "fine" hotels in Mazatlán, all of which were acceptable (no complaints). But I won't be there again so long as this gem of a place has availability."

Great place to stay for a first time in Mexico and Mazatlan
"Made to feel very much at home. The rooms are well done and nice bathroom too. Great views and sunsets. Good location close to the old town but on the waterfront. Quiet and friendly. Good breakfasts and good service. Helpful reception."

Wonderful Boutique Hotel
"This hotel is gorgeous! It is upscale boutique hotel that has to be the finest in Mazatlan! I prefer to stay in small boutique hotels when traveling and I couldn't have been happier with my choice of Casa Lucila. The location, the atmosphere, the decor, the staff, the rooms, the food...all first class. 
I want to say Thank You to Casa Lucila for an enjoyable stay. I will return!
I highly recommend this hotel!"

Wonderful Small Hotel
"The hotel is gorgeous and the rooms are contemporary and very comfortable. We stayed for a week and the location was perfect with stunning views. The owners and the staff are welcoming, friendly and professional. There is a restaurant in the hotel with excellent food and service available for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We couldn't have been happier with our stay and we would highly recommend Casa Lucila."