Pueblo Bonito - Emerald Bay - Master (Double Occupancy) Suite
Baths: 1 Full & 1 3/4 S...
The extraordinary Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay Resort & Spa is an elegant jewel of a resort situated on 20-acres in Mazatlan, Mexico overlooking the Pacific Ocean and its own private beach. With its neoclassical architecture, reminiscent of Old Mazatlan, and a magnificent landscape of vibrant gardens, palm trees and winding streams, the breathtaking Mazatlan resort is a natural sanctuary for the soul. Whether guests crave a romantic getaway or a fishing adventure, the luxury beach resort is an oasis in harmony with the Mazatlan coast.
Overlooking the azure ocean, Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay is a luxurious all-suite resort designed as a hacienda of freestanding villas that blend into a grove of 150-year-old mangrove trees and colorful gardens. Each of the 378 beautiful junior and master suites features a private terrace or balcony with panoramic ocean views and beach views. Stroll down winding pathways that lead to the sea, where flamingos and swans strut by rocky pools.
Beautifully appointed with style and sophistication, the expansive Master Suite offers 973 square feet of space to relax, entertain and enjoy paradise. This one bedroom, two bathroom Master Suite has plenty of room for the family. Guests will find either one king (on request) or two queen beds in the bedroom. The living room has a queen sofa bed, dining room table and chairs, and a fully accessorized kitchenette with service for six. One bathroom has shower only while the other has a shower/tub combo. The unique indoor balcony has French doors that open to amazing ocean views, or a standard outdoor balcony can be put on request. This suite may accommodate two guests.
Master suite may accommodate up to six persons max, but only four adults max. Up to two kids 0-12 years old stay free sharing room with their paying parents. Bedding based on availability,
Extra person charge is $25 from present date until January 1, 2013, and $35 from Januray 2 to January 1, 2014.
Photos are representative of the property and may differ from the actual unit that is reserved.