Great hotel with a beautiful room from each room. Situated in a cove with it's own private beach area. Tides are high so children need adult supervision. Water was very warm and clean. The kids play club needed to be updated and not too clean. Food was just ok. Cafe had the best sandwiches, waffles and coffee. I recommend this hotel.
Traveller from Los Angeles
This resort, accessed by private hilltop entrance, sits on an exclusive Pacific Ocean beach, minutes from Ixtapa's shopping …More
This was a very relaxing place for tired people. My husband an I didn't even want to leave the room. This was probably the best room we ever had in a 5 star hotel. The privacy, the luxury, location and the views were excellent.
Great place for honeymooners, feels like the whole resort belongs to you.
Traveller from Los Angeles, USA
Situated in Ixtapa, this luxury hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Quieta Beach, Cocodrilario, and Sacrificio Beach. Linda Beach …More
This is a good value hotel in the hotel zone, right on the beach.
The location is ideal, shops, restaurants and nightlife are just across the street.
The rooms are a good size, with a large comfortable bed.
The hotel is on a beautiful, long beach and has an excellent, large, pool area.
The elevators weren't good. They seemed to stop at many floors, when no-one had pressed the button and on 2 occasions, I was going down from the 10th floor to the lobby and the elevator stopped at the first floor, then, instead of going down, went back up to the 10th floor again.
A potential problem for some guests, may be that the hotel is very noisy at night.
Even on the 10th floor, one could hear noises from outside, like it was next door, as opposed to being across the street. The music was very loud, most nights.
If that isn't a problem. then the hotel provides great value, in a very good location.
Traveller from London
Located in Ixtapa, this beachfront resort is in the city center and within a 10-minute walk of Magic World Aquapark and …More
Recently renovated--was Holiday Inn. Staff friendly and helpful but Spanish is useful as only reception employees have English and theirs can be limited. Our room was as pictured for a double standard. Everything in our room worked properly (remember to shut the window to get the air-conditioner to work). Limited English TV channels but you are supposed to be outside enjoying the great weather. There is a clothes line in the shower. One bottle of water a day for the room. There was a coffee maker but you had to purchase coffee separately. Good desk chair. Mattress was new and choice of hard/soft pillows.
Hotel has beautifully engineered pool, warm water, water slide, shallow area. Large expanse for seating and we were alone poolside most of the day. Swim up bar or handy servers if it is closed. Grounds are kept up. Small gym and masseuse are poolside.
Our second floor west wing room overlooked the pool and we loved it. We keep our windows open all night. Hotel was quiet except on weekends when it fills up with weekending families. Piano music drifting up to our room over the bar was wonderful! Excellent pianist. The bar music shuts down at 10:30PM but partying on weekends can last longer. The bar and restaurant are open air and some hotel rooms have large balconies and those tend to be occupied by party crowd or large families. The noise can carry. So we closed our window two nights to help lessen the noise until it ended. No traffic noise though.
Traveller from Spokane WA
This family-friendly Ixtapa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Magic World Aquapark, Delfiniti, and Ixtapa Golf Course. Vista …More
My daughter and I stayed a week with the all inclusive April 16-23, 2016
The hotel has a great pool with a swim up bar: Angel, Victor, and Raphael were wonderful bartenders at the swim up and poolside bars!
It would have been better without children at the swim up bar.
We really loved the Pescador restaurant close to the beach but it was disappointing that it was not opened very much. It would have been great for dinner.
The primary restaurant was the Veranda with three times a day buffet: the food was pretty good. The staff was excellent: always attentive and so friendly!
The only non buffet restaurant was the Italian one: we ate dinner there twice! The food and service were excellent.
We had an amazing ocean view from our room. The room was dated but clean. The beds were hard and not very comfortable: that seems common in Mexico!
The poolside snack bar offered pizza, chips with salsa, and really good burgers.
We loved the staff and really enjoyed our first time visit to Ixtapa and this hotel.
Traveller from Canada
Located in Ixtapa, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within a 10-minute walk of Delfiniti and Magic World …More
The hotel was right on the beach with a wonderful infinity salt water pool and swim up bar. The hotel and rooms were very clean. The breakfast was great...the omelette chef was amazing. The staff was very friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend this hotal to any one!
Traveller from Powell River BC, Canada
Nestled on the beach, this Ixtapa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Delfiniti, Marina Ixtapa, and Magic World Aquapark …More
Really loved this place and will return!! The beach is amazing ..... kind of a charcoal gray with gold specks all over! And soooooo clean ... and nice swimming right out in front of. The food was great, although you have to like to try new things. They had so many choices, you couldn't help but find something you liked. The staff always went out of their way to help you. It does help if you know at least a little Spanish, but if you try to use a little Spanish and tell them you are learning, they will most likely share the limited English they know also. Really liked that they had two pools and one was kept strictly adults only. Also liked that with the all inclusive, drunken and loud behavior was kept to a minimum.
Traveller from NE Wisconsin
Nestled on the beach, this Ixtapa resort is steps from Cocodrilario, Sacrificio Beach, and Linda Beach. Coral Beach 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.