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Grand Isla Navidad Resort
Manzanillo, MexicoEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Grand Isla Navidad Resort
Not only is the 199-room hacienda-style resort located on a pristine private island off of Mexico's western coast, it also has an impressive activities menu, which includes golfing on the property's 27-hole course and sailing trips that depart from the hotel's private marina on the Pacific.
A 1,200-acre private island off the Manzanillo coast is the setting for this expansive, Spanish-tile-roofed hotel. The palm tree-studded property has so many amenities you'll never need to venture off the premises, including a private marina filled with deep-sea-fishing and pleasure yachts; a 27-hole golf course; both an ocean beach and a freshwater lagoon; three pools; four restaurants; and a spa offering decadent treatments including chocolate body wraps and brown-sugar scrubs. The décor in the 199 rooms and common areas is typical for the area (lots of peachy-tone pastels, floral prints, and wrought iron), but the margaritas served in the outdoor La Terraza restaurant pack an unexpected punch.
Book ahead for an alfresco table at the elegant, palatial Terraza restaurant.
Arrange for a tequila tasting at the Tequilas Bar, which has more than 200 brands of the spirit on offer. The signature Chocolate Margarita is a standout cocktail.
Sign up for sunrise yoga sessions on the resort's private beach.
Awards and RecognitionsBack to Top
Gold Medal Award
- Golf Magazine
Mexico's 10 Best Awards
- Travel Channel
Arrive at Manzanillo Playa del Oro International Airport (ZLO) which is approximately 52 miles (60-75 minutes) away from the resort.Circuito de los Marinos S/N, Fraccionamiento Isla Navidad, Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Private Beach
- Golf Course
- Spa on Property
- 3 Pools
- Shuttle Service
- Tennis Courts
- Fitness Center
- Private Balconies
- Marble Bathrooms
- Satellite Television
- Mini Bar
- Turndown Service
- 3 Restaurants
- Tequilla Bar
- 24-Hour Room Service
- Welcome cocktail
- Fruit platter in room upon arrival
- Unlimited use of fitness center
Why We Love Manzanillo
Viva la fiesta! Savor sun-kissed days on golden beaches and check out the local Tequila museum.
Architecture Tour: San Antonio Church. It's in the town center, where the Cristo del Ciclón, or the Christ of the Cyclone, stands on the crucifix with his arms at his sides.
Spot for Spirits: Barra de Navidad. Don't miss the Tequila Museum and its adjacent agave plantation in Barra de Navidad, a small Mexican fisherman's village just a short boat ride away from the resort. The on-site jimador (agave farmer) provides tours and leads tastings
Where to Eat: Ramon's. For a standout breakfast, head to Ramon's for fresh fruit smoothies and huevos rancheros.
Why Go Now
February 5, 2014
Street entertainment and parade in remembrance of the newly conceived Constitution in 1917.
End of April through mid-May, 2014
Fiesta de Mayo
Manzanillo's main celebration, festivities include numerous events, such as art exhibits, parades, concerts, native dances and a carnival.
Late April - Early May, 2014
Fiestas de Mayo Manzanillo
Celebrate the city's founding in 1873 at this multi-day festival of parades and musical performances.
October 3-21, 2012
Cervantino International Festival
Take a one-hour flight inland to Guanajuato for some of the world's best opera, dance, literature, and theater performances.
November 1-2, 2012
Day of the Dead
Locals honor their ancestors with processions, costumes, and offerings.
International Sailfish Tournament
Anglers from across the globe descend on Manzanillo for the city's renowned semi-annual fishing competition.