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Mayaguez intro. Also known as ’La Sultana del Oeste’, the city of Mayagues is located in Puerto Rico. With a location on the western coast of the country, Mayagues is situated in the centre of the region. Hotels in Mayaguez can be found along the beautiful shorelines. The city is home to one of the largest mango tree concentration within Puerto Rico, which makes for very colourful culinary delights. Regardless of what hotels in Mayaguez visitors choose to stay at, a trip to the city isn’t complete without sampling some of the local Puerto Rican Rum. There are many festivals held throughout the year in Mayaguez and it is best to check the schedule of events before booking hotels in Mayaguez. The Three Kings Festival and Black and White Festival are held at the start of the year while the very popular Mango Festival is held during the late summer. Of course there are plenty of Christmas festivities taking place at the end of the year.
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