El Cid Vacations Club is excited to announce that Swoop; Canada’s newest ultra-low fare airline has chosen Mazatlán and Cancun as destinations; making it even easier for Canadian members to visit El Cid Vacations Club resorts in both of these locations. Beginning just in time for the winter travel season, Swoop will commence seasonal direct […]
The Pearl of the Pacific, better known as Mazatlan; home to three of El Cid Vacations Club facilities, over the years has continuously become a more prominent and promising tourist hot spot not only for newbie members but for veteran travelers as well. This colonial coast has not only proven to be an accessible paradise […]
El Cid Marina Beach Hotel awarded México ministry of tourism’s highest distinction for sustainability
During Tianguis Turístico 2018 held in Mazatlán, El Cid Marina Beach Hotel was recognized by the México Ministry of Tourism with the highest certification of sustainability implemented by PROFEPA, México’s Federal Environmental Agency. The Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection (PROFEPA) has certified El Cid Marina Beach Hotel with its distinguished “S” designation. This certification is […]
One of the most important travel writers from the United States, Mark Chestnut, wrote this about Mazatlán: “Mazatlán’s enticing blend of sun, sand, history, and culture is what makes it so special and, indeed, different from other Mexican beach destinations..” Would you like to enjoy the most amazing experiences this paradise has to offer?
El Cid Vacations Club is excited to announce the major renovation projects that have been taken place in the properties in Mazatlán El Cid Marina Beach lobby El Cid Marina Beach Hotel was renovated by the award-winning design + architects, Ezequiel Farca and Cristina Grappin. Both known worldwide for their quality, vision and exceptional craftsmanship, […]
The events within the framework of the celebration “Cozumel 500 years: Encounter of two cultures” took place from May 2 to 13. This festival celebrates the cultural meeting that took place in May 1518, when Spanish ships arrived in a new land that they named the island of Santa Cruz, known by the Mayas as […]