Coral Island Beach View Hotel

Avenida del Mar 1234 Zona Costera,Mazatlan,Mexico

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    Experience World-class Service at Coral Island Beach View Hotel

    Coral Island Hotel & Spa is only steps away from the beach. Located in Mazatlan, it has a luxurious pool, spa services, a restaurant, a gym and sun terraces for guests to enjoy. The Mazatlan Aquarium is 1.5 km away from Coral Island Hotel & Spa, and town centre is just 8 minutes’ drive from the place. Several restaurants and coffee places are near the premises. The air-conditioned rooms at the Coral Island feature balconies, bathrooms with free toiletries and hairdryer, cable TV, and are furnished in a minimalist-style. The hotel has a sun terrace, a private beach area, a restaurant and snack bar, spa with massage services and fitness centre.


    • Airport Shuttle
    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Non Smoking
    • Spa
    • Bar
    • Currency Exchange
    • Business Center
    • Breakfast
    • Childcare Service
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    • Beautiful desert

      Reviewed 14 August 2019

      Mojave national preserve is a beautiful desert landscape park. There are a lot of Joshua trees in the park, a lot more than Joshua Tree national park. The lava tube is cool but make sure you pick the right route there


      Reviewed 06 August 2019

      I've been to LA and Vegas many times but never driven in between. For my first trip I decided to take scenic route through Mojave and Joshua Tree. At the start of August it is HOT (46C/115F) so I wouldn't suggest any long periods outside but the views and the changing landscape are pretty awesome. For 10-15 miles I was trying to figure out why the mountain in the distance was two different shades, but after stopping in Kelso at the visitor's center I figured out it was the sand dunes in front of a mountain. There's an informative 15-minute film inside the visitor's center. You could easily spend a day or two inside the preserve but in the blast furnace of summer may not be the best time! I'm already planning a return trip in the spring or fall that includes Mojave and Joshua Tree. Unlike national parks the preserve is free.

    • Fantastic experience

      Reviewed 30 July 2019

      We took a detour through Mojave National Preserve on our way from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. It was definitely worth it. The nature was amazing with long straight roads, desert, rocks and mountains.

    • Very interesting to see.

      Reviewed 18 June 2019

      My daughter and I passed through the Mojave Preserve on our way from Vegas to Joshua Tree National Park. We pretty much drove the length of it from North to South. I pulled off the side of the road in numerous places to take pictures of the plants and mountains. The roads in many areas are devoid of cars and straight as an arrow. I didn't feel isolated on the road, but I did feel very peaceful. Once you get along the railroad tracks, there are some serious dips in the road and it was like a roller coaster ride for a few miles. We stopped at the Kelso Visitor's Center, but it was early and they were not open yet. We did walk around, use the rest rooms and read the information boards. I always get a refrigerator magnet when we stop at places like this and I could see them through a window, but I ended up going online and ordering a couple since we had places to be and had to get going. We did not stop at the Kelso Dunes either, but was able to take a few pictures from a distance. Heading out the south end of the Preserve, I stopped at the Granite Pass Overlook and at the Mojave Preserve NPS sign down the road for more pictures. There wasn't a lot of walking around due to the June heat, but there looked to be some good hiking. We did see a Gopher Snake in the road and got a good picture of it. That was the main wildlife we spotted other than birds. With everything to see, especially for a Midwesterner, it made the drive very interesting. Drive through if you can, it's worth it.

      Frank D
    • First visit, several points of interest

      Reviewed 31 May 2019

      This was our first visit to the Mojave national preserve. We found several points of interest while traveling around the preserve. If we had not been with friends who have been to the area many times some of these areas of interest would have been missed. A stop at the Park headquarters is a must however I was disappointed at the condition of some of the facilities at the headquarters. In particular the restrooms. The mens restroom had stalls with broken locks and the handicap bathroom appeared to be locked only because the handle did not work correctly. Frankly I expect more add a national Park, monument, or preserve.


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