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Definitely get all inclusive because if you buy your food individual you will be ripped off. Overpriced food and sodas!! Too many rules at the pool and no kiddie all, so sorry any kids under 5 feet. Room was clean and spacious, parking sucked. Not the worst But also not great. Fantastic view!!!! Long check-in😒
Traveller from zihuatanejo
This resort, accessed by private hilltop entrance, sits on an exclusive Pacific Ocean beach, minutes from Ixtapa's shopping …More
Amazing hotel and staff that is rated a 10 and I travel a lot. Architecture is outstanding on the side of a cliff, with all rooms facing the ocean, and every room a personal pool.
All staff smiled and greeted us constantly with excellent service from top to bottom.
Great , Great romantic place to stay.
Traveller from kentucky
Situated in Ixtapa, this luxury hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Quieta Beach, Cocodrilario, and Ixtapa Island. Aztlan …More
This hotel is very special to me and my husband. We came here once when we were dating and loved it so much we always said we’d come back. Well, it took us 15 years, but we did it, and the hotel didn’t disappoint. It was better than before! Every room has an ocean view and a private patio. Some rooms have pools, which is great if you’re feeling lazy and just want to hang out. But the other pools have magnificent views and everything is so serene! The food was delicious. The staff was friendly, helpful and knew when you just wanted to be alone. We really felt that we had a chance to relax and reconnect. I absolutely love this place. So glad we finally made it back!!
Traveller from Los Angeles
Situated on the waterfront, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of La Madera Beach and La Ropa Beach. Kioto Plaza …More
Our first night we stayed in a king size bed room up top by the lobby. The room was beautiful and had a fantastic view. We had to be moved to a different room because we had 2 other people staying with us for a portion of our stay. The room was not as nice, stiff mattresses and flat pillows, older decor, and the view was not as good. The only good part in staying in this room (2 queen beds) was it was closer to the restaurant, pool and beach, which meant fewer stairs. This hotel has an insane amount of stairs. If you're out of shape plan to take extra time to go to the lobby to catch a cab. Or just walk along the beach to another hotel that's at street level. The breakfast was very good, the fresh squeezed orange juice was great and I looked forward to it each time. The hotel staff were very helpful and polite. The hotel needs new towels in the rooms and for the pool and beach. The towels were nice and thick and fluffy in the nice king size bed room we started in, but the 2 double bed room had towels so thin it was like burlap. Most of the pool towels were fraying along the edges. The grounds were nice and the hotel has an old Mexican style charm to it.
Traveller from Washington
Located in Zihuatanejo, this beachfront hotel is in the entertainment district and within 1 mi (2 km) of La Ropa Beach, La …More
We found on our arrival that our room had been upgraded!! A great surprise!! The staff could not do enough to make our stay more pleasant. Hotel located in centre of ixtapa. Shops restaurants etc. very close!!
Overall I would say this hotel would be a good choice for anyone wishing a pleasant vacation
Located in Ixtapa, this beachfront resort is in the city center and within a 10-minute walk of Magic World Aquapark and …More
The modern resort town of Ixtapa lies about 5 km (3 mi) north of Zihuatanejo. Funded by the National Tourism Development Fund, Ixtapa was built from the ground up, with construction beginning in 1968. Set on a wide bay, the city’s 2-mile beachfront is lined with high-rise hotels, many from well-known chains. The city has several colonial- and modern-style malls connected by plazas and gardens.