I stayed with my husband and another couple at the Inn at Manzanillo Bay in Troncones, and we agreed it was a great value. The food at the restaurant was delicious (don't miss the camarones flameado), the beach is a lovely curve of waves and sparsely populated, and the staff helpful. The property is well maintained with a nice pool. We stayed in the two a/c rooms with patios recently renovated near the dining area and were quite happy, although on our last night there was a problem with hot water. If you don't have hot water in the morning, say something right away. I thought the hot water would come on later in the day, but when I realized it wouldn't and said something, they said it couldn't be fixed until the next morning (we were leaving). Thankfully, we could shower at our friends' next door. A guest invited us for a quick look inside her bungalow, which seemed very nice and where she had a patio looking out to the ocean. The surfing at the point break right outside the hotel looked great but was a little big for my skill, so I spent every day surfing north at another beach. The surf shop had a good selection of surfboards to rent. The property is quiet, usually 20 people or so maximum, and it seems quite a few people living or visiting Troncones end up coming for a meal at the restaurant. All in all, a stay at this Inn is definitely worth it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on the most pristine beach area of Troncones, 30 minutes to the tourist centers of Ixtapa / Zihuatanejo. Excellent swimming, snorkeling, fishing, surfing and the region's finest food. ... more less
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- The Inn At Manzanillo Bay Hotel Troncones