Mazatlan Airport Guide
In this section you will find traveller airport reviews as well as our Mazatlan Airport Guide with info on WiFi, lounges, facilities and services....and yes, even the name of a hotel near the airport in case you decide that sleeping in the airport is not for you!
To help you plan your layover or overnight sleepover, we are here to give you the low-down on what travellers have reported back to us during their time at Mazatlan Airport.
What to Expect
- The Mazatlan airport has a single terminal with two floors.
- There are no 24 hour concessions. if you plan to stay the night, be sure to purchase your food before the restaurants close.
Where to Sleep
- Information on this airport is limited, as we have not received any reviews for this airport. If you have been there recently, please write a review.
- For uninterrupted sleep, there are hotels near the airport. See Airport Hotels in the airport guide below.
Good to Know
- Economy class passengers can pay to use one of the first class lounges. See our Airport Lounges section for locations and rates.
For more information about the services and facilities available, scroll down to continue exploring our Mazatlan Airport Guide. Send us your airport tips to help us keep this information up to date.
If you are an economy class traveller, you can enter these lounges at Mazatlan airport either by purchasing a lounge pass or through a membership program. Visit the individual lounge page for more details (ie. facilities, hours, pass and membership information):
- OMA Premier Lounge - Location: Landside, near Gates 6-10. Hours: 8:00AM - 7:00PM (Daily). Lounge Access: Book Online (US$ 39 - minimum 24 hour advance purchase is required)
WiFi is available at Mazatlan Airport inside the lounge. [ see Airport Lounges above ] At the time of this update, we did not have any information about WiFi availability elsewhere in the terminal.
If sleeping in Mazatlan Airport does not appeal to you, it is best to head back towards the city center, as there are no hotels near the airport. Here are some hotel suggestions based
- Best Western Posada Freeman - (30 min from the airport) No airport shuttle.
- Maria Coral Hotel - (30 min from the airport) No airport shuttle.
- Casa de Leyendas - (30 min from the airport). A taxi is approx. US$ 37. The hotel can arrange transfers through a shuttle company (US$ 20 one way or US$ 30 roundtrip per person).
To see more options there is a list of hotels near Mazatlan Airport on Tripadvisor that can be sorted by price, distance, traveller rating and popularity.
- ATMs - HSBC and Banamex ATMs are located on the Lower Level.
- Car Rentals - Yes, see our Airport Transportation section below.
- Currency Exchange – International Currency Exchange (ICE) is available on the Lower Level daily from 9:00AM - 5:00PM.
- Duty Free & Shopping - There are a number of shops landside in the terminal selling souvenirs, jewelry, art, clothing and accessories. There is no designated duty free store.
- Food & Drink - Food concessions throughout the airport operate on varying schedules, with some open as early as 5:00AM. At the time of this update, there are no 24-hour dining options. Food options include: Cafe Punta del Cielo • Carl’s Jr • Carrito HJB • Flap’s.
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Car rentals are available at the airport through the following three companies: Avis • Dollar • Europcar.
The airport partners with Atamsa taxis. They operate 24 hours a day and accept only cash. There is a designated taxi pick up point in front of the terminal.
Last Updated: 17 June 2016
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