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Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina
Manzanillo, MexicoEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina
Presiding over a stretch of powdery beach on the Santiago Peninsula, the hotel is a prime Mexican destination to enjoy the sun and the sea.
The whitewashed Arabian-inspired towers of Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina are an architectural stand out along the private slice of beach in Manzanillo. Originally planned as a glitzy retreat, a laid-back vibe now permeates the seaside retreat. Ornate cobblestone walkways against a backdrop of gleamingly white arches and cupolas lead to the marina, the talcum-sanded beach and two outdoor swimming pools. 232 bright marble-floored rooms offer amenities such as private balconies or terraces, Cable TV, air conditioning and wireless Internet access. Reserve one of the poolside cabanas or hit the links at the picturesque Pete and Roy Dye-designed 18-hole Mantarraya Golf Course. Among the hotel's food offerings, we recommend Palapa-thatched Los Delfines Restaurant that serves delectable seafood-centric cuisine paired with spectacular views of Las Hadas Bay.
Active travellers can take advantage of numerous watersports such as kayaking, water skiing and renting paddleboats.
Take a five-minute walk to neighboring Dolphin Cove Inn. Belly up to the bar and order their famous Blackberry Margarita mixed with fruit from the hotel's own orchard.
Arrive at Manzanillo International Airport (ZLO), which is approximately 20 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 35 minutes of travel time.Avenida Vista Hermosa S/N, Fraccionamiento Peninsula de Santiago, Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- 70 Slip Marina
- Private Beach
- Outdoor Pools
- Water Skiing
- Paddle Boats
- Scuba Diving+Snorkeling
- Golf Clinics
- Beach Volleyball
- Kids' Program
- Resort Walks
- Handicrafts Workshop
- Balconies or Patios
- Internet Access
- Cable or Satellite TV
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fan
- Clock Radios
- Coffee+Tea Makers
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Iron+Ironing Boards
- In-room Safes
- Hair Dryers
- Three Restaurants
- Bars + Lounges
- Snack Bar
- Swim-up Bar
- Al Fresco Dining
- Max occupancy is 2 adults
- Breakfast buffet
Why We Love Manzanillo
Located along the Mexican Riviera, this port city is known for its wide beaches and for a peculiar optical illusion called the green flash: a verdant spot appears the very moment the sun appears or dips behind the horizon. (Best to catch on a day with clear visibility.)
3177 Blvd. Miguel de la Madrid, Manzanillo.
Where to Drink: Looking for that perfectly shaken (or stirred) Martini or other cocktails mixed with top-shelf ingredients? No need to travel - just head straight to the resident piano bar just off the lobby. Drinks for two $20.
Outdoor Excursion: Water enthusiasts looking for a different type of outing can book a two-hour snorkeling tour with Scuba Shack. A guide takes you out to the San Luciano shipwreck, sunk by a hurricane in 1959. Tours $45 per person.
Km 15, Blvd. Miguel de la Madrid, Manzanillo.
Best Day Trip: Manzanillo Adventure Tours arranges trips to El Tortugario, a sanctuary for endangered iguanas, crocodiles and sea turtles in Cuyutlán, then whisk you off on a panga boat ride through lush mangroves at closeby Palo Verde Estuary. Tours from $75 per person.
Why Go Now
October 8-26, 2014
Cervantino International Festival
For some of the world's best opera, dance, literature, and theater performances take a one-hour flight to Guanajuato.
November 1-2, 2014
Day of the Dead
Mexicans honor their ancestors with processions, colorful masks, costume parades and offerings.
November 21 - 29, 2014
International Sailfish Tournament
World-renowned fishing competition in Manzanillo, dubbed the 'Sailfish capital of the world'.