Las Brisas Huatulco
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The Las Brisas Huatulco sits on an narrow peninsula over looking Tangolunda Bay. The views from this resort are amazing. The Las Brisas is a great 4 star option for couples and families because of its great value, it often times has very good vacation package prices. However, if the Dreams Huatulco is available at a similar price, that would be a better hotel option. The Las Brisas is located on a hill and doesn't have elevators, so if mobility is an issue, this hotel might not be a good choice. Still a great resort and definitely recommended.
Featuring four beaches and the most stylish accommodations in Huatulco, the Las Brisas is a delightful self-contained retreat set on 50 acres. Snorkel in the clear waters above the coral reef facing the hotel, enjoy tennis, squash, or the best gym in the area, or feast at four restaurants. Golf is less than ten minutes away. Las Brisas has all the features and amenities you need to make your all inclusive Huatulco vacation perfect.
Location: Beachfront at Tangolunda Bay, 3 minutes from Tangolunda Golf Course, 10 minutes from the town of La Crucesita, 30 minutes from the airport.
I have been to Las Brisas 3 times in the past 8 years and I will never go to another resort in Huatulco. The staff are very friendly, the rooms are clean, and the resort is very spacious. I always felt safe here. I'll admit the food at the buffet isn't great, but the restaurants are fantastic. I've been to this resort for family trips and for a romantic engagement celebration and it's perfect for either.
We all loved this resort, going back with a music group for the 3rd time Blues in Huatulco 2018 Feb 9 to 16th ... always a great spot! The grounds are impeccably kept and well manicured and beautiful, worth a good walk around daily! The rooms are clean and spacious and the view are breathtaking from pretty much all rooms! The pools are fabulous and all the options for beaches, swimming and snorkelling are overwhelming ... just a perfect spot all around!
This was our second visit to Las Brisas. We stayed in January of 2016 and had enjoyed our stay then.This time didn't disappoint. Transfer from the airport was smooth. Took about half an hour and they dropped us safely at the lobby. Check in was smooth, however, because we arrived a little earlier in the day, out room wasn't ready. After about a half hour wait we taken to our room with our luggage. (We did take advantage of the wait time to book our a la cartes for the week and to go down to the bar and have a drink.)Last year they mostly only had the diesel shuttles, but this year, they had added some electric buggies and some mini-vans to shuttle people around the resort.Our room was similar to the one we had last year, in the Mar section, with a balcony that overlooked the ocean. Because my travel partner smokes, we prefer to get the balcony. It is also nice to sit there first thing in the morning and later in the afternoon to relax and unwind. We happened to have a large tree beside our room which was constantly visited by birds and animals. Our housekeeper was very attentive, cleaning our room thoroughly every day, providing us with our daily towel/flower art on the bed. We took advantage of their eco-friendly request to have our bed changed only every 2nd day. Because we showered at night before going to bed we didn't feel the bed was dirty (having showered the sunblock and sweat off). We prefered the larger water bottles, specific kinds of pop and more beer in the fridge, so we left a note for the guy who stocked our fridge and he always provided what we had asked for. We left 100 pesos daily for the housekeeper and 50 pesos daily for the minibar attendant. They now have wifi throughout the resort. The Mar section used to have it free and it was only available in the lobby area. Now you can connect pretty much anywhere, including the beach areas. I did notice that the signal was a little weak on our balcony but on vacation I like to unplug anyway!Yes, there are a lot of stairs. We counted them this time and to get to our room from the beach we had to either go up or down 180 steps. You certainly get a workout. You can always catch a shuttle, which goes by on frequent intervals, but we also chose to walk along the roadway from our complex and enjoy the view. The water is a little cooler than that of the Caribbean, and was a little shocking the first couple days, but once in, with the heat, it is refreshing.Because there is a coral reef on the property, snorkeling is a bonus. Unfortunately, the coral has been bleached over the years and is covered on algea, but the variety of marine life is satisfying. The tide was out most days we were there so a red flag meant we couldn't swim over the reef, (there was perhaps a foot of water over the reef making it dangerous) but our last day there, high tide was around 11am which allowed us to swim over the reef. This year I saw a moray eel, 2 different kinds of rays, 3 varieties of puffer fish, starfish, angelfish, urchins, jellyfish, and so many more varieties of smaller fish.The snorkel beach and the one next to it (closest to the buffet) were the busiest, with the 3rd beach (where they have the water sports) being the quietest. That could be attributed to the roughness of the waves/undercurrent. That is not to say there isn't an undertow at the other beaches, because we found this year to have quite a strong undercurrent.The a la cartes we did this year were the Moroccan, Seafood and Mediterranean. All 3 were enjoyable. The eggplant soup in Kalabesh is sooo good.As for evening entertainment, they don't offer the same caliber of shows that I've experienced at other resorts in the Caribbean, however, we didn't feel it lacked, They do have musicians who perform in the bar area nightly who provide a nice atmosphere to relax and enjoy a drink after supper. Our drink of choice was the Pina Colada with Amaretto. They have a long drink list, but I think they could do with editing it a bit and having some signature drinks. While visiting the area, don't forget to go into Santa Cruz and la Crucecita. Both have their own unique things to offer. La Crucecita has the church as part of the town square which is a must visit. An endless variety of shops and restaurants are available. (We enjoyed El Sabor de Oaxaca, which offers local cuisine)Santa Cruz is the port where the cruiseliners visit and has a nice selection of boutiques and stalls to visit.The nice thing about the whole area is that, because Huatulco is part of a national park area, development is limited and so there isn't a lot of urbanization.Most of the other reviews have been pretty accurate. We were not disappointed with the service, quality of food, cleanliness. We would go back in a heart beat!
My husband and I spent a week at Las Brisas with our 12 year old son. The beach was calm and safe. There is a lot of opportunity for exercise with all the stairs. The food was not special, but it was tasty and there was plenty of fresh fruit. The staff was welcoming, hard working, and always appreciated a tip (although never seemed to expect one).
We had a great time at Las Brisas Huatulco. Our room was excellent and very spacious! The staff were excellent - all very attentive and accommodating. The beach area was second to none - no undertow, great snorkeling and lots of shade. The adult pool area was very relaxing as well.Our beachfront dinner to celebrate my wife's birthday was over the top!
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.
Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 3 meals daily plus snacks
- All drinks (domestic beer & cocktails, house wine with meals 11 am to 11 pm)
- Table Tennis
- Daily activities
- Nightly entertainment
- *1hr per person/per day. 18 years minimum age.
- 484 rooms in four 3 storey buildings
- 3 restaurants: Main buffet & a la carte restaurants, dress code in effect
- 2 bars
- Snack bar
- 4 pools, including children's pool
- 12 tennis courts
- 3 squash courts
- 18 hole golf course (fee)
- Fitness centre
- Soccer, basketball and volleyball courts
- Massages (fee)
- Table Tennis
- Meeting facilities
Oceanview Deluxe Rooms include:
- 1 king or 2 queen beds
- Satellite TV
- Ceiling fan
- In-room safe
- Mini-bar (2 soft drinks, 2 beers, and 1 bottled water)
- Hair Dryer
- Max occ. 4 persons or 3 adults
Oceanview Junior Suites include:
- Same amenities as above but with 1 king bed
- Separate living/dining area
- Private balcony or terrace
Brisas Beach Club Suites include:
- Same amenities as Deluxe Room
- Plus deluxe amenities including bathrobe and slippers
- Concierge service
- Use of an exclusive lounge for private breakfasts, snacks and cocktails
Kids Deal - Kids 2-6 Stay, Play & Eat FREE at Las Brisas when sharing a room with 2 adults. Just pay a special airfare. Kids 7-12 pay special kids price.
For the Kids - Kids Club for ages 6-11, Babysitting (fee).
Golf Bonus - Receive a 30% discount off green fees at Tangolonda Golf course (arrange & pay locally).
Honeymooners - Receive a bottle of sparkling wine in their room. Request at tiime of booking. Marriage Certificate required upon check-in.
Early Booking Bonus - Las Brisas hotel may offer early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.
Resort Location Map
Las Brisas HuatulcoHuatulco,Mexico
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
Bahia Tangolunda Lote 1, Huatulco 70989 Mexico
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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