Vista Club Playa de Oro
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- All Inclusive Features
The Vista Club Playa de Oro is a great resort for families looking for a resort where they know their kids will have a good time and a the same time wont break the bank. Themed "pirate" staff wears eye patch and costume around the resort. There are lots of fun activities and entertainment for everyone in the family. Kids will love the pirate pool area. The beach is across the street along with a local market. Room interiors are very much a casual Mexican style. The Vista Club offers a very casual atmosphere and is good for families with young children.
Location: Across from the beach, 25 minutes from downtown Manzanillo and the airport.
Very good vs price. Has all the services one would requiere. Workers very kind and helpful. Right next to the beach. Warm pool. Overall great stay and would stay there again. Snacks are good and available several times throughout the day
The facility is good value a little tired,but clean. Every room has a nice terrace with a wonderful view of the ocean,Las Hadas,flowers and Palm trees. You can walk over to Las Hadas and enjoy the different restaurants there. The restaurant at the Dolphin Cove Inn for breakfast was very frustrating we waited 45 mins for our breakfast the place only had two other tables not busy. The male waiter JOHNN totally ignored us two days in a row serving Mexicans first . We had to ask for tea three times however, the other staff members were wonderful. I would recommend this facility. I would not recommend if one has disabilities in that there are at least 105 stairs to the pool and restaurant .
I just visited this hotel for one day, servíce from frontdesk was not good because I arrived at 11am and they gave me my room around 5:30pm, rooms need maintenance and several improvements, and beach is not in the hotel, you have to walk 10-15 minutes and cross a road to reach the beach.
This resort is for LATINOS ONLY. If you don't speak Spanish you will be very disappointed and depressed the first moment you arrive there. Every thing there is Mexican; the food, the TV channels, the entertainments which are very poor. Weekends are impossible, busses and busses are loaded with Mexicans from all walks of life will invade the resort. Over 100 people filled the pool of 40x20 feet. Don't come here on Friday to Sunday. 360 Rooms are in 13 units built on escalated hilly ground made of concrete to face the hurricanes which hit the resort more than once annually in September and October leaving damages here and there. They provide 2 bath towels only, no conditioner, no tissue box, no coffee machine, no iron. They have only one Italian restaurant on top of the mountain, 3 sittings 4 days a week with the same menu, you need reservation. The beach is across the highway, there is crossing guard with a stop singe to help. They provide chairs and umbrellas. The beach is nice the ocean is very warm, pleasant and enjoyable. They provide beach towels. The staff are very FREINDLY. They try to please you as they can. Most of them speak Spanish only, but they manage to help. Taxi from the airport is 300 Pesos or $15 one way 4 passengers. We paid double this amount on line for round trip. We are told that Canadians, Russians, and Americans start visiting this resort starting Dec. to Mar. when the price will be higher and menu will be changed. Don't be attracted with the cheap price before that time. We paid $540 for 2 for a week, but we paid 3 time over this amount for the airfare from NJ. Never again!
this is the worst hotel ever it was a group of about 35 of us when we arrived they greeted us took us to a room gave us everything except the room number they told us we had to wait till 3 PM when the time came and we went to the front desk they didn't even have the rooms ready for half of our group they just gave us a room number and told us to go to your room we never got any instructions on how to get there we had to find our room we asked every employee that came by us but nobody knew. it took us about 35 minutes to climb uphill to our room the TVs are from 1980s the beds are so old and uncomfortable. I had a lizard come into my room in the middle of the night through the door because the door and the frame have a big gap . the food was not good in the buffet it was basic ALL!!! the employees are so unhappy and rude . I posted a picture of cats there's cats everywhere in the hotel in the pool area and even when you're dining they jump through the windows and they eat the food from people who have left. it's a very horrible place it's an all-inclusive but they don't even have brand-name liquor or beer they only have two types I believe it's Indio an XX beer. the pool is dirty lounge chairs are made out of some hard thing. you get two towels the entire time you're there for the pool and you have to go to the front desk and turn them in if you want to get new towels and if you lose them you pay 300 pesos. there's really nothing to do there the show for the Pirates sucked the supposedly club it was only our group that was in there it is bad it starts from 11 PM and ends at 1 AM. we had dinner at the fancy restaurant up in the hill which really is not fancy at all you have to make reservations early morning, when we went half of the restaurant was empty this place should be shut down and re-done and re-hire people that actually want to work and have great customer service our servers and even the bartender when I asked him what kind of liquor does he have he got upset and just said the house in a so rude way. I was asking my server for tea they got mad because I asked for tea and they had to go get it for me . I would not recommend this place whatsoever we went because we went with a group of family members that organized it obviously didn't know what she was getting herself and us into I do not recommend this place it is the worst of the worst
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Items not included:
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- 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
- A la carte dinner (reservations required)
- Unlimited local drinks from 10am-11pm
- Disco (drinks included)
- Non-motorized water sports
- Day tennis
- Nightly entertainment
- Theme nights
- Daily activities
- Kids Club
- 250 rooms in 3 and 4 storey buildings with no elevator
- 3 restaurants
- A la carte restaurant, Italian
- 3 bars
- Beach club
- Gift shop
- Tour desk
- 2 pools
- Child's pool
- 2 lit tennis courts
- Non-motorized water sports
- Games room
- Pool tables
Hotel Rooms include:
- 1 king bed or 1 king bed & 1 twin bed or 2 twin beds
- Bathroom with shower only
- Cable TV
Kids Deal - Kids 9 years and under stay and eat free when sharing with 2 adults.
For the Kids - Kids' activities (ages 5 to 12) and Wading pool with waterslide.
Honeymoon Bonus available, please inquire for details.
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.
Resort Location Map
Vista Club Playa de OroManzanillo,Mexico
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
Blvd. Miguel de la Madrid S/N, Manzanillo 28860 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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