Historic Mexico resort completes renovation

Located along the Zona Dorada of Mazatlan in Mexico, the original Pueblo Bonito hotel opened in 1987. Photo credit: Pueblo Bonito Golf and Spa Resorts

The Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán Beach Resort in Mexico has completed a $27 million renovation. The transformation pays homage to the hotel’s history while upgrading guest suites, restaurants, lobbies and pools. The remodeling and renovation project enhanced the building’s exterior and amenities.
 
“We are very excited to have undertaken this major renovation, which has revitalized, revamped and reinvented the pioneer resort of the Pueblo Bonito collection,” said Alberto Coppel, CEO, Pueblo Bonito Golf and Spa Resorts. “Our beloved Pueblo Bonito Mazatlan has retained its charm while attaining a new level of luxury, enhancing the already unique experience our guests have always treasured.” 
  
All accommodations, totaling 248 guest suites, were completely remodeled with new artwork. The hotel also got a new seafood restaurant that doubles as a snack bar during the day and a new oceanfront bar, while Cilantro’s restaurant was totally reimagined. Las Palomas restaurant was also redesigned and expanded with new decor finishes and furniture.
 
For business groups and small conventions, the hotel added new meeting facilities capable of accommodating up to 300 attendees.

Located along the Zona Dorada, or Golden Zone, of Mazatlan, the original Pueblo Bonito hotel opened in 1987, kicking off the all-inclusive brand that later expanded to eight properties in Mazatlan and Los Cabos.

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