The Azteca Tower is the latest tower in the complex of The Inn. It is a 15 story tower which services the main lobby, corporate offices, spa, exercise room, and many Executive and Luxuriously Suites. These pictures are of a typical Executive Two Bedroom Suite. The suites are maintained daily by the excellent Inn's staff. There is free WIFI available in each room, and free WIFI is available around the Papagayo. The Air Conditioned Suites are all accessible by three elevators off the main lobby. Each has and a balcony with a view of the gardens, pools and the beach. Flat Screen TV's are located in the bedrooms and the Living room. The TV's has excellent Satellite reception.

Two bedroom units have a Master Bedroom with a King size bed and private bath, the guest bedroom has (2) Queen size beds, and also with a private bath; both have more storage than you can use.

This suite has a guest bath off the entry hall. The Kitchen is fully equipped, large refrigerator, micro wave, and a stove top, and is complete with dishware, utensils, cooking vessels, and of course a coffee pot. There is a tiled counter between the kitchen and the living/dining room.

The dining room table seats 8, and the living room has a couch, which can be used for sleeping, making the suite offer sleeping for 8. The decor is very new in Mexican style with high ceilings, fans and lots of marble and tile, all of which is very comfortable and warm. The wonderful balcony overlooking the gardens, pools and the ocean beach is full length of the living room and the dining room with private lounge chairs.

The Azteca Executive Suite is a two bedroom suite, and the suite show here is #607 and is on the 6th floor. It is a huge Suite with over 1.600 square feet.

Enormous Kitchen, Dining Room and Living Room.

Master Bedroom

Guest and Master Bath

Niceties complements of your room staff


The Balcony runs the full width of the Living Room and the Dining Room


The floor plans may vary slightly depending on the location of the suite, but all have you in mind as the honored guest at the Inn of Mazatlán.