August 10, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina in Manzanillo, Mexico
Inspired by a name early sailors used to describe mysterious lights dancing off the water, Las Hadas by Brisas is a modern-day miracle of its own kind on the coast of Manzanillo. Part of the Lifestyle collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts is situated south of Puerto Vallarta and north of Ixtapa on Mexico's Pacific coast, this beautiful region is known for its superb beaches, world class golf, and colorful culture. The award-winning Las Hadas by Brisas is critically acclaimed for its accommodations and amenities. Every guest room boasts a private terrace, white marble floors, air conditioning, and breathtaking views of the surrounding gardens, pool or ocean. A dedicated concierge staff works to assure you have everything required to make your Mexico beach vacation memorable and pleasant, and the hotel offers business, laundry, and shoe shine service as well - plus, keep up with your workout routine in the fitness center or on the lighted tennis courts. Discover a side of Mexico waiting to enchant you, at Las Hadas by Brisas.
Whether you choose to start your day swimming in the resort's sparkling pool, or sunning on the private quarter-mile beach, you are certain to feel instantly indulged here. The resort has its own 70-slip marina, making boating excursions convenient to access, so head out for some deep-sea fishing or a relaxed sunset cruise, depending on your mood. The 18-hole Las Hadas Golf Course is ranked as being among the 100 best in the world, and nearly every hole is perched over the ocean. With over 4,000 palm trees surrounding the course, and an available driving range, practice net, and putting green, this haven for golfers is a must-do during your vacation. When it comes to dining, there are excellent options right on site, including the AAA 4-Diamond Award-winning Legazpi Restaurant & Bar, open nightly to serve privileged guests a menu of delightful international specialties. For more casual fare, go the poolside or the seaside restaurants or for a cocktail visit the piano lounge at night and swim-up bar by day. You deserve the best for your relaxed Mexico beach vacation, and Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina is the place that provides it.
Location of Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina
Nearest Airport: ZLO
Amenities for Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina
- 24-Hour Room Service
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Private Beach
- 18-Hole Golf Course
- Beach Cabanas
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Scuba Diving
- Golf Lessons
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Center
- Kids Club
Reviews for Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina
The air conditioner, door keys failed on multiple ocations and when we called the front desk to get them addressed they weren't attentive and said that they were short staffed. There were also multiple times when the restaurants ran out of utensils, cups, plates, and we were forced to wait prolonged times for accommodations.
I loved our stay at Las Hadas. The view from our rooms was gorgeous. Walking by the beach at night was awesome. The staff is very friendly and helpful. I didn't have to worry about anything. I love how peaceful Las Hadas is!
Your swimming towels policy, were you get cards to get towels is not indicative of a 4 star hotel. Honestly at times I felt we staying at hotel 6 . Your front desk was not very welcoming and had me wait almost an hour to find our reservation and no apologies were given for the wait. Your wait service by the pool area was the worst I have ever experienced. The only friendly staff in the hotel was valet and golf cars drivers.
We stayed in the Las Hadas Resort hotel for 1 night after a bus trip from Zihuatanejo( a nightmare ride) we arrived late and tired. They could'nt find our reservation and after 25 mins of fumbling we asked to speak to a manager. None available. Finally they gave us a large room overlooking the lagoon which had a beautiful view of the well kept grounds full of lush vegetation. Clearly they were not prepared. No water bottles, empty bar fridge no tv remote, the room had a musty smell and the curtains were dirty. Towels and bedding were old and thread bare. It was once a spectacular place you could see that; all white marble and great decor - faded. Hotel was almost empty and they make you wear a plastic wrist band, like you're 4 or going to a cheap disco. Please. Tacky. The choice of restaurants for a 4 star resort is pathetic. Buffet which looked like school cafateria food ( and according to 1 guest we spoke to tasted like it)or an expensive al la carte. We went to one of the 3 restaurants on the marina. Chaotic service. They couldn't handle a full house. Average food. Poor choice of wine by the glass. The pool was cold and the breakfast was help yourself to average cafe food again. Dismal reluctant service. What a total disappointment. But it gets worse. The marina is dirty, run down, the toilets are disgusting. Shame on them. The little row of shops are poorly stocked and never open on time. The laundry was non exsistent. Shut down. Crusiers are NOT welcome. They charge 250 pesos to bring your dingy into the run down marina and the day we arrived one dock had collasped. It is a poor joke. I don't think the management ever read these reviews, but they should. It is way past sell by date. The only way to town is a very expensive taxi rode or an uncomfortable bus ride. There is nothing to do or see. Nearby beaches are dirty and run down. We overheard some very unhappy Canadians complaining as well. We would never ever go back and will most definitely tell other cruisers to stay away. We had sailed down from PV antiscipating this cool place used as a setting for the movie Ten. Big mistake. Summary: Food less than average Service mediocre Front Desk rude They now rely heavily on Mexicans and their kids who come for the day and use the pool, but not cruisers. Why?
I'n very sad that this once reputable and beautiful hotel destination has been left to disrepair by recent owners. The facility needs numerous upgrades and the term 'all inclusive' is a joke given that there is little to no service on the beach and other restaurant/bar locations.
Rudibaker - Regina, Canada