Best Western Hotel Posada Freeman Zona Dorada

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Av Camaron Sabalo N 777, Zona Dorada, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, 82110, Mexico
BEST WESTERN Hotel Posada Freeman Zona Dorada
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Rated 16% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Families75
  • Couples50
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Forum Posts


by Travelroze

We want to ride in a Pulmonia but do not know how much to offer. We dont want to be cheap about it but neither do we want to get ripped off. How much should a ride from the port to downtown be?

Re: Pulmonias

by mazgal711

Pulmonias charge the same rates basically as regular taxis, and if you mean airport to downtown there are no pulmonias that go to the airport it is not permitted so you can only take them in town. I am not up on the costs lately but it also depends on the time of year and what time of day, they charge more at night and the best thing is just to ask how much they charge to take you someplace and if it seems out of reason wait for another one.

Re: Pulmonias

by mazans

If you are talking the cruise ship port to centro....they will charge you about 30 pesos....from the port to Zona Dorado, it should be about 60 pesos.

Re: Pulmonias

by mazjimmy

on cruiseship days there is a lottery for the guys and they seem to raise prices! Eco-taxi is cheaper and safer! NEVER get in a cab in Mazatlan without and agreed price! also if you are on a ship, you must have three things: !) a 30 pesos phone card for Telemex,most phones don't take coins,if they do it's pesos, so if you have a problem you are prepared to call for help2) get pesos. Banks will not change dollars without passport and usually no $100 bills. By not brings a few pesos with you, you stand to lose $10 per $100!3)sunscreen and water! Enjoy

Travel Tips for Mazatlán

Attitude Adjustment & la Zona Dorada

by JetlagCity

The sunshine is definitely my fondest memory of Mazatlan - it works wonders for the gloomy, crabby personality that slowly takes over my mind after months of dark grey days in the Pacific Northwest winter.

The "Zona Dorada" (Golden Zone) is where you'll find the best sandy beaches, but also the most expensive, most touristy hotels. There are plenty of good places to eat and drink, plus locals on the beach offering sailboat rides, parasailing, hair braiding, etc. That said, Mazatlan's still not really like resort towns (like Cancun), so if you feel like you need that kind of distance from the local culture, this isn't the place for you. I enjoy it here quite a bit, and I'd also highly recommend getting out of la Zona Dorada and into the regular town to expand your travel experience.


by JetlagCity

Definitely NOT my favorite thing - you'll always find vendors on the beach, selling woven baskets, wood carvings, jewelry, and more. They approach people and ask them to look at their wares, which can get old pretty fast. However, I have more respect for people trying to sell you something than for the panhandlers I encounter in my own city, asking for handouts for nothing. If you’re not interested, be firm about it right from the start and don’t waver, and they’ll move on. On the other hand, if you like to shop and want some souvenirs, have fun.

Find the happyhour drinks!

by guybert

It's very hard to walk down the beach by one of the local bars & not stop in for a drink(especially if it happens to be happyhour). Well, maybe it isn't a local custom, but it's more like a tradition that we've fallowed ever since we started going to Mexico. My reasoning is that you get a good deal on drinks & you usually end up making a lot of new friends. What better way to spend an afternoon?


by guybert

There are all kinds of outfits that will take you out on a snorkeling outing. I don't think that there are any bad ones to sign up for, but their are some that are better than others. I would think that the one in this picture might be an interesting one to go on just for the novelty of the boat ride.

Teatro Angela Peralta

by AnnaLupilla

Quien iba a imaginar que la fecha de inauguración del teatro rubio hoy teatro Ángela peralta (TAP) 14 de febrero de 1874 seria actualmente la del día del amor y la amistad. Oficialmente fue inaugurado el 6 de febrero en 1881 cuando quedo totalmente terminado, a partir de esa fecha tiene una era de esplendor, la cual, culmina prácticamente con la frustrada presentación de la diva Ángela peralta, quien nunca se presento al escenario, ya que falleció victima de la fiebre amarilla el 30 de agosto de 1883. Es tal ves a partir de eso fecha que el teatro rubio inicia su descenso, ya que para 1925 ofrece funciones de box y se convierte en sede de los bailes carnavaleros. También da un giro y se convierte en cine, pero ya con el nombre de Ángela peralta “1943”. En la década de los 60`s fue prácticamente abandonado, hasta que en 1985 el ayuntamiento decide demorarlo. Lo cual no sucede gracias al nacimiento de un grupo de notables mazatlecos que e dieron a la tarea de rescatarlo, mismo que para 1987 logra de nuevo darle vida, ofreciendo un concierto en las ruinas del TAP. El TAP fue espléndidamente reinaugurado el 23 de octubre e 1992. a partir de esa fecha este bellísimo y centenario lugar, es constante escenario de importantes eventos culturales y artísticos, como el festival José limón que se lleva a cabo en el mes de abril o el festival Sinaloa de las artes y el festival cultural de Mazatlán, dando inicio el primero de ellos el mes de octubre y el segundo los primeros días de noviembre, prolongándose hasta diciembre. Además a lo largo del año puede disfrutar en el todo tipo de eventos culturales. Por si solo, el edificio que alberga el teatro Ángela peralta es un atractivo que no puede dejar de conocer.... le recomendamos que lo visite.


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 Best Western Hotel Posada Freeman Zona Dorada

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Address: Av Camaron Sabalo N 777, Zona Dorada, Mazatlan, Pacific Coast, 82110, Mexico