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Plaza Machado near Pueblo Bonito Mazatlan

Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán Resort Plaza Machado

Plaza Machado Old Mazatlán


Plaza Machado, located in the heart of Old Mazatlán, is not only an interesting tourist attraction, but home to beautiful architecture, delicious restaurants and bars, the Angela Peralta Theater and festive annual events. Plaza Machado is the charming main square of Old Mazatlán and is often considered one of the most pleasantly surprising finds among Mazatlán tourists.

Mazatlán Hotel near Plaza Machado. A visit to Plaza Machado from Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán is just a short taxi ride away. Make arrangements at the bell desk for taxi transportation and enjoy a delightful afternoon stroll through Plaza Machado, eating delicious Mexican food at any number of outdoor cafes. Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán is centrally located on the beach in the Zona Dorada district for convenient access to myriad Mazatlán attractions. Make your Mazatlán hotel reservations online for the best rates on luxury suite accommodations with ocean views at Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán.

Angela Peralta Theater in Mazatlan

Angela Peralta Theater. Named for Mexico's "nightingale," the Angela Peralta Theater is a historic landmark that was restored to its original grandeur in the late 1990s. The Theater is situated on the fringe of Plaza Machado. Built in the 1870s, the performing arts theater was originally named the Rubio Theater. It wasn't until the death of opera singer Angela Peralta in 1883 that the theater was renamed. Peralta died shortly after giving an impromptu performance from the balcony of her hotel suite in Mazatlán. She was in town to star in a series of sold out opera performances.

Carnival in Plaza Machado. Carnival in Mazatlán is a festive tradition that packs the streets of Old Mazatlán and the open spaces of Plaza Machado. Days of festivities include dancing, live music, activities for kids, parades and a reenactment of a significant battle against the French in 1864. Plaza Machado restaurants and bars offer front row seating for watching party-goers take part in the activities of Carnival.