This hotel is located in the perfect setting. It has its own private beach, perfect sand and the very best staff. It is off the beaten path from the rest of Ixtapa, yet the area maintains a much higher look and feel than The rest of Ixtapa, and it has quick and easy access to all the sites around Ixtapa and Zihuantanejo, all of which are only a few minutes away. I found this hotel on Expedia and selected based on its price, which was relatively low cost compared to many others. It also had a fairly good ratings, which I now understand better. The private beach makes all the difference in the world. There are no vendors or solicitors, no trash and no criminals. There's also a lifeguard plenty of shade and lounge chairs along with a full service restaurant with waiters serving you while you sit. The restaurant has at least four other restaurants as well as stores, coffee shop, massage, and gift stores. If you don't like to leave the resort, The Las Brisas resort makes it so you don't have to.
This part of Mexico has proven to be quite a bit different than the others I've been to. People are much more friendly, the price of almost everything is much lower than other places in Mexico, and you still get plenty of local culture. I highly recommend this hotel with her you are traveling within Mexico, from the United States, or from Europe or Asia.
Traveller from San Jose, CA
This resort, accessed by private hilltop entrance, sits on an exclusive Pacific Ocean beach, minutes from Ixtapa's shopping …More
The property is beautiful. Our room was spacious and clean. The fresh flower petals on our bed were a nice touch. The food was fresh and well prepared. The staff was very helpful and friendly, we felt like family. He hotel is built into a cliff overlooking the bay and is a short walk to the beach and a 20 minute walk into town. The town was charming and we had many great meals there as well.
Traveller from Pitsburgh PA
Situated on the waterfront, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of La Madera Beach and La Ropa Beach. Kioto Plaza …More
"Nice hotel close to everything the staff is friend"
The hotel needs to have a second set of keys for guests. I didn't like how you had to have a credit card to put in the slot for electricity then when you leave to lock up you have to take it out to get out of the hotel so now you're air conditioning goes off when you come back the place is so hot.
Traveller from northwestern Wisconsin
Located in Colonia La Madera, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of La Madera Beach and La Ropa Beach. Kioto Plaza and …More
On the Pacific Coast of Guerrero, Mexico, the city of Zihuatanejo has worked hard to retain its “village” look and feel. Many downtown streets are still paved with cobblestones, and zoning laws prohibit buildings over 4 stories. A brick-paved beachfront promenade runs along Playa La Madera and Playa Principal to the pier, and all beaches along the bay are safe for swimming.