Mazatlán, Mexico (PRWEB) July 08, 2020
Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay Resort & Spa in Mazatlán has been voted to the elite roster of the “World’s Best 100 Hotels” by the readers of Travel + Leisure, the prestigious consumer travel magazine. Specifically, Emerald Bay cracked the top 100 for the first time and was included among the “Top 15 Resort Hotels in Mexico” list, at number 4, an incredible dual accomplishment for the stylish beachfront property.
Every year for its ‘World’s Best Awards’ survey, T+L asks readers to weigh in on travel experiences around the globe — to share their opinions on the top hotels, resorts, cities, islands, cruise ships, spas, airlines and more. Hotels were rated on their facilities, location, service, food and overall value. A handful of qualities unite them all: superlative service, outstanding surroundings and luxurious amenities.
Now more than ever, receiving positive coverage from a respected brand like Travel + Leisure is extremely meaningful. Even during this unprecedented period, hospitality can act as a tremendous force for good.
The only AAA Four-Diamond resort in Mazatlán, Emerald Bay, an all-suite hotel set above a beautiful crescent beach in a vibrant resort area on the sunny Pacific coast, sets the pace for excellence in the region. Nestled on 20 acres overlooking the ocean, Emerald Bay offers its own private beach, lush tropical gardens dotted with koi ponds, a pair of oceanfront swimming pools with swim-up bars, and neoclassical architecture inspired by Old Mazatlán.
The suites offer a perfect resort retreat for families in a natural setting includes habitat for wildlife, including swans, flamingos and peacocks. Plentiful activities are available for all ages, including organized fitness classes, nature preserve and botanical tours, tennis and special children’s programs. Babysitting services are available.
Emerald Bay’s deluxe all-inclusive plans include breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks, with award-winning restaurants ranging from casual to gourmet. Emerald Bay is renowned for La Cordeliere, its French cuisine and festive themed menus served in a casually elegant dining room or on a lovely shaded terrace. Equally intriguing is the resort’s unique restaurant, Casa 46, located in the heart of downtown Mazatlán, from which it takes its design inspiration. This concept melds historical elegance with contemporary flair and boasts a magnificent view of the Machado Square. Casa 46 is the place to enjoy the splendor of downtown Mazatlán with the city’s best food and ambience.
Emerald Bay is also an enchanting locale for a destination wedding, with ample, beautiful wedding and event space available, including a poolside esplanade, romantic garden gazebos and a pristine beach.
For additional information or to make reservations, access the web site at https://www.pueblobonito.com/resorts/emerald-bay.
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About Pueblo Bonito Golf & Spa Resorts
Pueblo Bonito Golf & Spa Resorts include eight award-winning properties in two destinations, Cabo San Lucas and Mazatlán, all offering luxury all-inclusive options. Each of the properties has its own personality, design and ambiance, yet all share the same high level of impeccable quality and distinguished atmosphere.
In Cabo San Lucas, the adults-only Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort is the ideal setting for a romantic getaway, while Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Golf & Spa Resort, with its large, all ocean-view suites, is perfect for families. Pueblo Bonito Rosé Resort & Spa and Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos, both located on El Médano beach, have the best to offer vacationers looking to be right in the middle of all the Cabo action. In Mazatlán, the elegant jewel Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay Resort & Spa overlooks the Pacific Ocean and a private beach, while the charming Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán, is located in the famous Golden Zone. Both resorts are great for family vacations and romantic getaways. For more information visit http://www.pueblobonito.com, find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pueblobonitoresort and follow us on Twitter @PuebloBonito.