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Las Alamandas in Costalegre, Jalisco, Mexico

An exquisite oceanfront hideaway on Mexico's Pacific coast nestled between Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo, Las Alamandas resort is one of the world's most romantic retreats. Flanked by more than four miles of breathtaking coastline, the grounds are home to exotic bird sanctuaries, flower, fruit and vegetable orchards, a lagoon and equestrian trails. Run as a private estate, a mere seven villas, house 16 sumptuously decorated suites, each with breeze-swept terraces. Dine on Mexican specialties and continental cuisine on the candlelit terrace of Oasis restaurant, or enjoy casual fare under a lofty thatched palapa.

An array of exciting daytime diversions await at this intimate haven. Luxuriate by the 60-foot swimming pool, play tennis on the floodlit courts, or enjoy an in-suite massage. Enticing hammocks on the beach and ample sun and shaded areas call out for guests seeking complete relaxation. For a little adventure, horseback riding, mountain biking and hiking along panoramic cliffs are available. Take a scenic sightseeing cruise through jungle lagoons, or journey to the world-class El Tamarindo golf course where transfers, tee-off times and lunch boxes are arranged for you in advance.

Location of Las Alamandas

Las Alamandas
Km. 83 Carretera Federal # 200
Costalegre, Jalisco, Mexico

Nearest Airport: ZLO

Amenities for Las Alamandas

  • General Information
  • 14 Suites
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • Rooftop Bar
  • Room Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Pool
  • Spa Services
  • Library
  • Beach Club
  • Car Rental
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Mini Bar
  • Activities
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Tennis
  • Mountain Biking
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Yoga
  • Boat Excursions
  • Basketball
  • Family
  • Cribs
  • Babysitting
  • Kids Club
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Family
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Las Alamandas

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

I have an autoimmune disease and have not been on a plane in over 2 years. We were set to leave for Hawaii having prepaid for the trip. The day I was to pack I just could not pull my self together to spend almost a week in a generic hotel that has 400 rooms. It just overwhelmed me. We cancelled everything one low our shirt. Later I realized I needed to go someplace. Having been to Las Alamandas 12 years ago my husband and I signed up for 5 nights. Well the only thing that had changed was us. If anything the resort was more special than we remembered. The car was waiting for us at the airport, the transportation to the resort was seamless. We got to the resort and many of the employees were there to welcome us. Cold coconut water with a splash of tequila and a plate of fresh fruit was waiting for us. We were exhausted and decided to just have soup and salad brought to our beauty patio and call it a night. My husband and I raved about the food, drinks, room and service and it wasn't even a full day yet. The next day coffee was waiting for us on our patio table. My husband has to have coffee the minute he wakes up and there it was. In the evening we went to the restaurant for dinner and it was some of the best red snapper I have ever had. The chef could tell we loved his food. He came out and consulted us about what we wanted to dine on for the rest of the week..Truly felt like we were consulting with OUR staff. It only went up hill from there. There is not enough room for me to list all of the good things about this vacation. From the check in to the check out. The maid service, the drinks, the wait staff and yes the grounds keepers. We will not wait another 12 years to go back. Service like this is rare, and no not once did it feel intrusive. If you need your body and soul mended or just a little extra romance go for this place. It will be memory highlight forever. bah tucson

blhtucsonaz - Tucson Az

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 months ago

This place was incredible. We absolutely loved it. The staff were friendly and attentive. The property was immaculate and beautiful. It is very intimate and is situated on a gorgeous beach. The whole experience from arrival to departure was smooth and executed perfectly. The food was exceptional as well. We can’t wait to return !!!!!

NickB93619 - Clovis, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 7 months ago

We spent five days here in the off-season, July. Yea, it was warm, but we had the entire resort to ourselves. The excellent food, outstanding service, sunset cocktails, private beaches, and reliably fun body surfing/boogie a dramatic reduction in cost...made this all worth it. You just get into the groove of it being a bit warm. This place is amazing. Its website does not do it justice. Go.

Jeffrey M - Davis, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 9 months ago

Our week-long respite at Las Alamandas was superb and came close to equaling our Laucala experience last September. There was so much perfection ... and yet ... there were service issues mostly having to do with management rather than staff (which were kindly, expert and sweet). The hard product is stunning, the suites enormous, the setting the essence of tropical magic, gorgeous views everywhere -- the ultimate beach holiday with no crowds, no bothers, exquisite gardens, flowers everywhere, a veritable incarnation of color, beauty and relaxation. The sound of the sea ever present and always welcome. Not only no crowds, but we saw only two other couples. Could have been more guests but they might have been holing up in their own luxurious private environs. Let the chef choose your dinner, just ask a day ahead. One night we had the juiciest plumpest oysters imaginable then grilled lobsters for main. Best lobster EVER! Do not miss the tequila flan. Also, the strawberries served here actually taste as berries should! Papaya = Perfection. We ate twice a day: late big breakfast followed by hot chocolate mid-afternoon, cocktails at 6pm, then dinner around 8pm. We took all our meals on the suite terraces (there were two, one gargantuan, the other more modest). We did absolutely nothing but skinny dip in our private pool, read, play chess, doze, take evening walks, and drink in the magnificent surroundings. Okay, so we drank some other things. Mind you, there are many activities: paddle boarding, river trips, horseback riding, boogie boards, biking, hiking, gym, tennis, resort tour (1500 acres), kiddie playground (no kids whilst we were here), swimming in pool, etc. Ours was the presidential suite, two bedrooms (one king, one queen), two and a half bathrooms, infinity pool with beach/ocean view (private -- skinny dipping, just remember sunscreen), four terraces (even the master bath has a terrace), hot tub (however counterintuitive for Mexico, it is pleasant under the stars and never gets all that hot), gardens, bright flowers everywhere, a fountain, folk art and crafts. The master bedroom and bath are air conditioned; not so the remainder of the suite. Which was fine in mid-May but could be dicey in hotter weather which is most often the case. Ceiling fans in living room, both bedrooms, master bath and second bedroom. I forgot to bring my iPad charger. Management located and delivered to me a charger borrowed from a staffer. I was so relieved and grateful (all my books on the tablet!). What wasn't perfect: Background, I travel with my husband who has dementia (mid-stage), when things don't go as planned, he gets very anxious and upset. I had alerted the resort to this in advance. Exiting customs at the Puerto Vallarta airport puts you into a large foyer crammed with timeshare hucksters, taxi touts and others shouting trying to snag you to make a buck. I don't blame them yet they are mercilessly unpleasant. And I am with Jim who will talk with ANYBODY. We wend our way through that maze and emerge from the airport to learn our arranged-in-advance ride is not there. It takes me 15 anxious minutes to determine this. Then, then what to do? Eventually an airport transport rep noticed our angst and intervened. She contacted the resort and, an hour later our ride arrives. It's hot, we're standing, not entirely clear what is happening. Knowing it's a two-and-a-half-hour ride to Las Alamandas. We were distressed, not a good start to our holiday. We were given a small discount for one night of our stay as service resolution. That was OK but I would have preferred a heartfelt apology and less stiff treatment by management during our stay. Not MY fault they screwed up. Our phone interactions with the desk felt stiff, somewhat uncomfortable. The presidential suite is the ONLY accommodation offering wifi, none of the other 16 do do. There is wifi in two public locations but they are not close by. Our suite had only one phone. It took a while for the restocking of the small fridge to kick in (seltzer, Diet Coke) but once alerted by phone it was smooth. We loved Las Alamandas. This was our third visit but the first in 20 years. We will return. We will stay only in the presidential suite because it has an adequately-sized pool (the others are "plunge" pools) and wifi. Besides, it's so very lovely and mostly perfect.

CatalinaW - Menlo Park

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 10 months ago

This place was amazing and incredibly frustrating at the same time. We chose to stay here because we really wanted (and needed) to get away from it all and just relax and unwind. The views and the grounds are truly amazing. However we came during the Easter vacation, and what we didn't realise was that this would mean that there were families with children staying there. Children I have no problem with as long as they behave - unfortunately we had to put up with them screaming loudly outside our room, and running around the dining room during dinner on several occasions. And the management acknowledged that they had had issues with this particular family throughout their stay. Really not relaxing at all. We made a complaint after the first night and the service recovery was amazing, almost too much. And we really enjoyed parts of our stay. The room we were in was great with am amazing views. We did a private tour of the property and then spent a day out on a private beach all to ourselves. We really had a good couple of days... before the next batch of unruly children arrived. There was no attempt by staff or parents to separate those people who wanted peace and tranquillity from the rabble rousing children and families. Something that could be relatively easily achieved. In the end, we ended up leaving a night early and going back to Puerto Vallarta to get some peace and quiet in the Hacienda San Angel.

JeroenvdL - Chicago, Illinois

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