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Hotel La Siesta

Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico (MZT)

Room rates from:
$51 $33
Avg. Nightly Rate
Hotel + Flight from
Starting from:
$729 $699
Per Guest for 3 Nights
Based on 242 reviews
A friendly hotel within the historical center of Mazatlan.
Room & Rates
Interior View - Room Only - Hotel La Siesta - 2

Interior View - Room Only

Starting from
$51 $33
Avg. Nightly Rate
Courtyard room with:
  • 2 Double Beds
  • Air Conditioning
  • Direct Dial Telephone
  • Satellite TV
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Ocean View - Room Only - Hotel La Siesta - 1

Ocean View - Room Only

Starting from
$73 $48
Avg. Nightly Rate
Ocean view rooms with:
  • 2 Double Beds
  • Balcony
  • Air Conditioning
  • Direct Dial Telephone
  • Satellite TV
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Hotel La Siesta
Blvd Olas Altas 11 Sur, Mazatlan, Mexico 82000

Why Stay Here

TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 2013
Inside Historical Downtown
Free Wi-Fi in Rooms and Public Areas
Affordable Ocean Views
Comfort and Hospitality

Resort Details

At the Hotel La Siesta`s front desk you can make arrangements for car rentals, city tours, out of town tours, bay cruises, fishing and hunting tours.

Same day laundry and dry cleaning services (If you call reception before 9:00 am)
Safety deposit boxes
Room Service
In-House Doctor
Travel Agency
Complimentary 24-hour use of computer with internet in lobby

Accommodation Details

The Hotel La Siesta has 3 stories with rooms located in the second and third level, many with ocean views. The most desirable rooms are on the west, north and south side of the building and have a balcony with a great view of the ocean. Sit back on the privacy on your own balcony and watch the sun sink into the horizon. You have never seen a sunset until you have seen one from a balcony at the Hotel La Siesta.


Nearby historic Machado Square is the focal point for the fine arts and cultural events throughout the year. Machado Plaza is within easy walking distance from the hotel and recently restored and illuminated at night. Here you will find a variety of fine restaurants, bars and shops to browse around, also the famous and beautiful Angela Peralta Theater, the cathedral and the local market. The ambiance spectacular!

  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Air-Conditioning
  • Airline Desk
  • Cafe
  • Car Rental Desk (+)
  • Coffee Shop
  • Currency Exchange
  • Deck, balcony or terrace
  • Dry Cleaning Service (+)
  • Fishing (nearby)
  • Golf (nearby) (+)
  • Guest Activity Desk
  • Housekeeping
  • Medical Services (nearby) (+)
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Ocean View
  • On-Site Check In
  • Private Bath
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service (+)
  • Satellite TV
  • Telephone (+)
  • Wake-Up Service
  • Water Sports (nearby) (+)
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 242 reviews
from Vasteras, Sweden
Submitted on 01-20-2017
I've spent the first days/week at this hotel in Mexico both times I went there. The staff is friendly and remembered me from the first time, even though it had been over a year. They are helpful, the hotel is absolutely worth staying at.
from Jordan, Minnesota
Submitted on 01-09-2017
Excellent location in historic central part of town. No frills but convenient and a good price. Rooms were basic and a little small. Right across the street from the ocean. Easy to walk to many areas of historic downtown. Some street noise, but not too bad.
Submitted on 01-09-2017
We spent one week at the La Siesta and had a great time. The hotel staff is extremely friendly and helpful. We had an ocean view room and loved it. Rooms are not 5 star but very clean and simple,location is the best. We walked everywhere in the historic part of Mazatlan. This is not a quiet place, there is road noise and music in the evening, but we loved it. We are definitely coming back.
from Brewster, New York
Submitted on 01-04-2017
It is a basic hotel in a good location near the central downtown. It is on the main drag along the coast. The street noise can be loud. The rooms are clean, but pretty no frills. The balcony is nice if no one is smoking next to you.
Submitted on 11-15-2016
This is a Mexican hotel. Not really fancy but a great view on oceanside at a great price. The staff could not be more accommodating. There is a bit of noise at night if you are on the street but it is Mexican noise, not so much of the junk that you get in so many beach situations. This is a family place. Children and parents together, bike rentals available, minimum of street vendors, just a great place to hang out and enjoy life. You can walk to nice restaurants, stroll the boardwalk, take a... Read more
from Sacramento, Kentucky
Submitted on 10-19-2016
Nice view with rooms facing the ocean. Noisy with street and restaurant noise. Not much in the way of amenities. No coffee maker and no refrigerator. Ok place for a day or so. No parking except for busy street in front. Fairly old tired place with great location. It is a good value.
from Phoenix, Arizona
Submitted on 09-26-2016
Pay the extra few dollars and reserve an ocean view room with a balcony overlooking the malecon on Olas Altes. Nothing fancy, but the best value in Mazatlan. Perfectly paired with the Shrimp Bucket restaurant, you will be surrounded by the flair of Old Mazatlan. See the "green flash" at sunset walk north at dusk to the "cliff divers" and street venders, take a peseo (ride) in an open air pulmonia taxi to the market, or to the lighted plaza in the European Zone where lovers eat at outdoir cafes a... Read more
from Wheat Ridge, CO
Submitted on 09-08-2016
The rooms were very clean. The pool was also clean and very refreshing. The Shrimp Bucket restaurant has a good rock & roll band on Wednesday nights and there is plenty of seating outside. Parking was right outside the hotel and you can bring your motorcycles into the locked courtyard for extra security. An easy walk to the market, historic district or on the beach. Stone Island was a disappointment for snorkeling but we read that Deer Island is a good area, if tide pools and snorkeling appeal t... Read more
from Mexico City, Mexico
Submitted on 07-19-2016
A Hotel from the 40s, a wonderful experience, just crossing The Malecón there is the marelous sea. the best place to go everywhere as you are downtown. Kind & nice people, delicious food, the swimming pool is as the whole Hotel a place that makes you feel you are in a movie, they have had keep the original spirit. Balconies with a view you never forget. That particular zone is protected so there cannot build enormous giant horrible hotels or condos; the atmosphere is great, you can walk everyw... Read more
Submitted on 06-29-2016
You got to stay at least ones at this small hotel. It's history speaks for itself. Small but clean. Very reasonable and best location to enjoy the sunsets of Mazatlan. Plenty of attractions to walk to in the area. Including the most go Plazuela Machado!! I will be back one day! Md