We are here for a week and love this resort, but their wi-fi policy is a real deal breaker. They have no free wi-fi or internet access, anywhere, (although their website says they do in common areas), and if you want it, you must pay a whopping 14 dollars a day for the slowest, most inconsistent service I've ever encountered. You get dropped constantly and its really hard to connect.
Honestly, I simply can't understand why an otherwise wonderful hotel would want to rip off and frustrate their guests like this. It would cost them nothing to provide free wi-fi. Most of the cheaper hotels do. Had I known this, I might have seriously considered going elsewhere, like Torres Mazatlan, which is a very comparable property nearby that DOES offer free wi-fi. Get with it Pueblo Bonito. Find some other way to squeeze a few dollars more out of your guests! And upgrade your system.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Escape for an unforgettable getaway to Mazatlán's exciting Golden Zone, where new discoveries abound in this idyllic 400-year-old city. Authentic Mexican style unites with modern amenities at this Mazatlan resort. Each suite at the Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán comes with an ocean view and amenities to meet your every expectation. Availably activities include sport fishing, golf, tennis, or any number of nearby beach and water activities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pueblo Bonito Mazatlan Hotel Mazatlan