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15 Jun-16 Jun
AC was not working, tv was not working and this was at 9 pm so maintenance was gone for the day. AC got working few hourS later staff was apologetic. At checkout manager called Manuel did not care to hear about AC issue or TV not functional... not sure if he’s new at management but I do suggest he ...
12 Jun-13 Jun
When I initially set my reservation, I was hesitant due to some of the not so great reviews. Once I arrived I was impressed by the cleanliness, professionalism and overall positive attitude everyone had at the facility. My room was clean and well illuminated. Access to the pool, fitness center and ...
27 Jun-28 Jun
At first I was not happy at all because the room I had paid for was not given to us. However, after talking to the receptionist they change our room the second day. Other than that everyone was really nice and helpful.
11 Jun-12 Jun
Location was great. Many restaurants of all tastes are all walk-able. Little corner store next door. Our balcony facing the ocean was beautiful. The balconies are spacious. The staff were busy with upkeep, lots of new painting and improvements going on. (no extra noise with this). Perfect place to ...
"A visit to a billionaire's home." Pretty much says it all, except to add that the billionaire must have incredible taste, be ecologically active, and likes to build things that will last six centuries, minimum. I just finished my third trip to the property, and completely get why it is on everybody's ...
13 Jun-14 Jun
Definitely is the best resort I had been in Mexico! Hotel is beautiful and in excellent condition, staff was great excellent customer service! Food was very good, definitely the drinks were light but you can buy better drinks !
6 Jun-7 Jun
I liked being right by the beach but though no fault of the hotel prefer a hotel closer to a swimmable beach (open ocean at this hotel so unsafe). Staff friendly and helpful.
18 Jun-19 Jun
We booked for two rooms for three nights and pre-paid . The day before arrival we are told that only one room is available as the receptionist gave away the 2nd room for the night of our arrival. So I had to go and stay at another Hotel . The location and service are great it is much quieter than ...
The sparkling beaches, sapphire seas and polished mountain ranges of Colima make it one of the jewels in Mexico’s crown. Whether you want to experience the thrill of hiking to the top of an active volcano, or just relax on the beach with a glass of something cold, a hotel in Colima will satisfy your need. The old port of Manzanillo is one of the top destinations here, perfect for fishing and enjoying the Pacific coastline. Inland are the city of Colima and its magnificent volcanoes which dominate the landscape. Explorers will be rewarded with a glimpse of ruined 16th century monasteries and other archaeological finds, while sea lovers will enjoy the Revillagigedo biosphere reserve and the Pacific beaches.
Colima City — Palm trees dominate the state capital, which nestles between the twin volcanoes of Volcan de Fuego – still active – and the dormant Volcan Nevado de Colima. Try some of the banana and coconuts that grow along the city streets and check out the impressive architecture, including the Cathedral and the Portal Medellin arches that emanate from the Jardin Libertad, the main plaza in Colima
Manzanillo — The luxury resort of Manzanillo is also one of Latin America’s historic achievements. It was the first shipping yard to be opened, in 1531, and retains some of the heritage that made it great. Most visitors come for the beach and Manzanillo Bay, looking onto the Pacific Ocean, where you’ll find great fishing, watersports and beach resorts and hotels
Tecoman — The global capital of lime production is not to be sniffed at. Tecoman is the second biggest city in Colima and is a growing destination for tourism. With beaches, mangroves and even a crocodile farm, there are lots of places to discover, as well as some of the best restaurants and hotels in the state.
Comala — The Pueblo Magico – or magical village – of Comala is known as the white village of America as every building is painted white, with red tiled roofs and bougainvillea everywhere. Come here for tapas, traditional Mexican artefacts and coffee, with plantations open for visitors to watch and taste the wares.
Visitors have blazed trails to the peak of Volcan de Fuego for centuries and the sheer power of the lava is awe-inspiring. Regular earthquakes mean there is little Spanish architecture, but the pyramid of La Campana – built about 3,500 years ago – shows that some of Mexico’s inhabitants did build to last. Colima city has some excellent museums including one on regional history and the university museum of folk art. The San Francisco de Almoloyan monastery was built in the 16th century and its ruins are evocative and thought-provoking. The coastline is stunning, with an archipelago of islands dusting the Pacific coastline and dozens of lagoons to discover.
After climbing the volcano and taking a day trip to Comala, check out the Colima springs, a series of natural pools fed by hot springs that are ideal for swimming whatever the weather. Take a visit to the Carrizalillo Park and kayak on the lagoon or try to catch a lobina fish, before getting a local restaurant to prepare it for you. Horse riding is a great way to see the delights of nature and you’ll also get to meet the indigenous community that built the park centre. The beaches along the Colima coastline are filled with places to fish, snorkel, kayak and sail and a boat tour around the archipelago is not to be missed. Food is superb in Colima, and in the city you’ll find ‘Tuba’ – a drink made from palm trees that street vendors sell by the dozen.