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My always clean and comfortable room was a pleasure. I prepared breakfasts in the kitchenette and ate on my balcony overlooking one of the nicest beaches and three islands. One must ask for chairs for the balcony. I often had a glass of wine, glad...More
Stopped here to use the pool and get lunch. The facilities are beautiful and well maintained. An attendant helped us with everything from towels to lunch and was wonderful. The food was inexpensive, especially for a hotel restaurant, and delicious. The portions were huge. We...More
while the hotel may not be the newest in the Golden Zone... I feel a lot of people like myself look for what the Las Flores does offer. Its perfectly located on the southern part of the Golden Zone... closer to the down town, super...More
My family and I were on a cruise and stopped in Mazatlan for the day. We wound up here at the recommendation of our taxi driver & we were not disappointed! They set us up in beach chairs, under a palapa and brought us food...More
Drinks, food and staff were all great and helpful. On the beach with great view. Fishing is not far away. Shops just outside. Massage next door great value. Standard room was fine for my son and I. we enjoyed it very much. Loud yes but...More
Not sure what you mean by mandatory fees. I have stayed at the Las Flores numerous times...not having had any mandatory fees applied to my bill. They do have a time-share program within the hotel associated with some of... More
Not sure what you mean by mandatory fees. I have stayed at the Las Flores numerous times...not having had any mandatory fees applied to my bill. They do have a time-share program within the hotel associated with some of the rooms... but as a normal guest who just rents a room.. nothing mandatory attached. If you want internet... you pay as you need. I see another answer talking about beach umbrellas and chairs. That is common all along the beach... if you want to rent chairs and an umbrella... vendors have them. Las Flores has grass roofed cabanas out front...they are free
Response from maureen s | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for delay, I don't think there is a quiet area. Because the doors have no buffers to absorb the noise,
It's noisy when your neighbours doors close. Try to get a room that does NOT adjoin another.
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"Very well located and confortable and economic rooms"