The RAMADA RESORT MAZATLAN is located along a breathtaking stretch of the gorgeous, golden Las Gaviotas beach. Located in the Zona Dorada-the best area for shopping and restaurants, we are minutes away from Mazatlan highlights such as our Malecon (boardwalk) perfect for morning runs or afternoon strolls, the historic downtown area with its Plazuela Machado surrounded by outdoor cafes, shops and galleries. In addition, Mazatlan is host every year to our renowned Mardi Gras celebration, the Gran Triathlon Pacifico as well as the Gran Marathon Pacifico. Discover an astonishing range of activities in the RAMADA RESORT MAZATLAN. Whether its a snorkeling adventure, deep sea fishing, canopying, visits to nearby colonial and historic towns-we can arrange it all for you. Or dive into our glistening pool and spend the day relaxing in lounge chairs under swaying palms. After a day of sunbathing, pamper yourself at our Pyramids Spa, offering an extensive list of services and signature spa treatments. Stay in touch with the outside world via e-mail in our complimentary Business Center. Enjoy our delicious Breakfast Buffet while overlooking the blue Pacific in our open air restaurant or enjoy innovative cuisine prepared by our chef for a romantic dinner while watching a majestic sunset. For a change of pace, try out our other two delectable restaurants, Vittore Italian Grill and the Cow Boy Steakhouse. End your evening at our world famous Joe's Oyster Bar and let the good times linger into the night. After a full day spent with family and friends, drift to sleep on our soft and inviting pillow-top beds. Find all the comforts of home in one of our 200 Deluxe rooms and extraordinary suites, most with ocean views and balconies. We offer suites that can hold from 2 to 8 people, some with kitchenettes and living and dining areas. All of our spacious, deluxe rooms and suites offer complimentary WIFI, LCD TVs, Cable TV, in-room safe, hairdryer, coffeemaker and iron. Let the RAMADA RESORT MAZATLAN be your host and experience the enchantment of Mazatlan, the Pearl of the Pacific.