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Las Hadas Resort

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Our Opinion

A truly unique resort featuring interiors of white stucco with domes, spirals and arches. The beach area is nice and calm for swimming while the pool area looks a little dated. The Las Hadas is located on a hill side so there are a lot of stairs and slopes which may prove tricky for those with mobility problems. The seafood restaurant is excellent. Entertainment team is not the most organized but they do offer fun, different theme nights each week. The Club rooms are closest to the beach while some of the standard rooms are on the hillside with a bit of a walk to the beach.


Overview
Built in 1974 by a Bolivian king, the Las Hadas was the first resort in Manzanillo. This legendary hotel is famed for its spectacular Mediterranean/Arabian architecture, and white turrets and cobblestone pathways. Perfect for the discriminating traveler, the Las Hadas Golf Resort and Marina features an excellent adjacent golf course and detail to service that is second to none. The special Club Rooms include daily continental breakfast and an hour of afternoon cocktails with hors d'oeuvres.

Location: Directly on the beach, 15 minutes to downtown, 30 from the airport.

tripadvisor Traveler Reviews
  • Jan S :
Golf Las Hadas

Golf course is over rated. Greens in poor shape, 2 fairways were punched & the remainder were in poor shape.Not worth paying the full fee to play this course, played on 2-4-1 Monday, but still feel it was not worth it.

  • bschmidt53 : Kamloops, Canada
beautiful clean hotel

We were there for 2 weeks at the end of February.The staff take pride in their work and it really shows.Always cleaning and sweeping.We ate at the buffet for 2 weeks and never got tired of the food.My compliments to the chef.Always a nice variety and very tasty.The hotel gets busy on the weekends but it still was not that bad.Always found a lounger by the pool and by sunday afternoon we had the pool to ourselves.Drink service around the pool was very good.Great place to stay and would definitely go back.If we wanted to get the bus to go out the staff would give a ride up to the bus stop so that was very helpful.Really appreciated.

  • ian711 : toronto,canada
Paradise found .... in luxury ....

I am writing this review out of Las Hadas , I have been here for 6 days.This resort is awesome .Amazing architecture everywhere u look.Food is good less variety but tasty food.Awesome restaurant Los Delfines right into the ocean . Beach is awesome ,little bay out of the pacific so calm water nice for swimming u can see the fish swimming around u.lots of spots to sit on beach & pool so no towel game.Just go & enjoy no need to reserve spots.Improvement would be to replace those hard beach chairs with loungers.Nice entertainment nightly in the piano bar Staff is really nice here they would do everything to make u feel comfortable.Wifi is awesome everywhere in the resort even on beach.Views around here are unforgettable.Whoever built that property is a genius architect.

  • DCJAH : Sask. Canada
Returned from Las Hadas

We have just returned from the Las Hadas resort in Manzanillo and there are mostly good but, some poor reviews also. First the good....Anna and Hernando were great at the front desk, great way to start a holiday. Serge, the bartender at the private pool was super. He was the person that I can really say made our vacation. Very easy to talk to as well with information and super service. A really great guy. The overall resort is very clean with many people cleaning and smiling all the time. Food was great but, needed a bit of a change at time.Now the poor...the a la carte meal rules changed without notice. The concierge for the meal bookings for The Lagazpi and the hostess cannot get the dress code straight. The concierge told us closed shoes and a golf shirt with a collar and full pants would be good for super. We got turned down at the door. Other friend that we knew did get in with the same dress code that we had. Our first night, our phone didn't change over time (1 hour) and we were late and she would not put us to the 9:00 setting. If it was busy then I could understand but, there were only a few couples in there...no where near full. Poor #2-the Los Delphinos restaurant changes rules without warning. One week you didn't need a reservation then out of the blue, surprise, you needed one. Turned away again. Poor #3..this is probably my biggest beef. The room we had was very stuffy. We had to use a lot of air freshener. The room needs ventilation as there is no air flow from the bedroom to the washroom. My belief is that the moisture that is left after a couple of showers stays in the room and is absorbed by the mattress and linen. The linen will get changed and the room will be good for a day or so. The washroom should have a screened and vented sash as well as a fan. The bedroom could also use a window that opens to help the flow of air. I realize this an older hotel but just a few points that would be quick fixes.We did still enjoy our stay there but, these could have made it easier to make a decision to return. Hope this helps.

  • magda_laura : Winnipeg, Canada
Nice Resort but in need of improvements

I had a nice visit at this Resort for 3 days and 2 nights. I went for the all inclusive plan. I have to agree that the meal plan is not the best like the other reviews mention. The quality of the meals and service varies depending on people and staff. It was super busy during the weekend and the food was alright. You have the option of going to Legazpi (nice, posh restaurant) or Delfines (a bit nicer setting than the aalternative options but not by much). I was not able to get a reservation on either place because they only seat 20 people every hour, which is pretty low of the occupancy rate of the resort ia at 86%. Out of curiosity, i checked out both restaurants and realized thet have plenty of empty tables. I asked the manager and said the kitchen can only handle 20 people per hour. The explanation, but doesnt make sense when you are paying for a meal plan that includes this restaurant. They should either expand the kitchen capacity or warn guests that rhe restaurant is only for 'selected few" and adjust the price accordingly. The other restaurant available for meals was Palmar and the food selection does not vary much, but after thr weekend stay: wow! The restaurant improves like 200%. The rooms are nice and quiet, and you have access to the mini bar free of charge with the all inclusive plan. Drinks are pretty ok and the waiters are always prompt at refills. They pool seems insufficient when the resort is at capacity, but you can find plenty of empty spots at the beach. Overall, i would recommend travellers tovisit this resort during the week to enjoy the resort, have a better quality of service and food; about the meal plan: if you are flexible in case of a slump in quality and not big on meal variety, go for it. If not, then give it a second thought.

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

  • Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily
  • Snacks
  • 2 a la carte dinners per week w/reservations
  • 3 themed buffet dinners per week
  • Domestic drinks from 10am-1am
  • Kayaking
  • Snorkeling
  • Daytime tennis
  • Volleyball
  • Use of gym
  • Daily activities
  • Nightly entertainment
  • 233 rooms
  • Buffet restaurant
  • 3 a la carte restaurants: International, Seafood and Gourmet
  • Bars including Swim-up bar
  • Swimming pool
  • Marina
  • Las Hadas 18-hole golf course
  • Tennis courts
  • Fitness room
  • Boutiques
  • Beauty salon
  • Car rental

Deluxe Hotel Rooms include:

  • 1 king, 2 double or 2 single beds
  • Air-conditioning
  • Satellite TV
  • Mini-bar (fee)
  • In-room safe
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Hairdryer
  • Coffee-maker
  • Iron
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Max occupancy 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children

Brisas Beach Club Rooms include:

  • Same features as Deluxe Rooms
  • 1 king-size or 2 double beds
  • Ocean view
  • An exclusive adults only pool area and upgraded services and amenities

Brisas Beach Club Rooms with private plunge pool also available.

Kids Deals - Kids 7 & under stay & eat free when 2 sharing room with 2 adults; pay kids rate for air and transfers.

For the Kids - Kids 5-10 can enjoy supervised activities daily at Kids' Club. Open only during Christmas & New Year period, school break & Easter week; minimum number of kids must be registered. Babysitting service available (fee).

Golf Option - Unlimited green fees at Las Hadas golf course (reservations required). Golf carts mandatory from 9am-12pm; caddie or cart mandatory (fee) from 1pm (reservations required). The third person sharing a room receives 4 free green fees.

Early Booking Bonus - This 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.

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  • Las Hadas Resort
    Manzanillo,Mexico

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Las Hadas By Brisas
Avenida Vista Hermosa s/n Peninsula de Santiago, Manzanillo 28867 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.

Child pricing may only be available with select tour operators and valid for select dates and durations. Child pricing rules are subject to change without notice. Please contact one of our vacation specialists if you require assistance with child pricing.

Photo identification and/or credit card or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges.

Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy. Rollaway beds and cribs (infant beds) may be available and should be requested at the time of booking; fees may apply.

Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges upon check-in to fulfil.

Hotels do not condone unruly behavior, parties in rooms, excessive noise or any other actions that violate the hotels terms of use. Guests may be removed from the property at their own expense in the event of any disturbance or complaint from other guests or hotel staff. Escapes.ca cannot be held responsible for any guests who may be removed from the hotel due to a violation of rules.

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