My Wife and I spent a week at Las Hadas from February 14 to 21 and it was the nicest resort we have stayed at. Unfortunately a lack of guests meant there was no entertainment and the dining options were limited. I estimate there were less than 100 guests the week we stayed and the resort can hold between 500 and 600 people.
The resort overall and our room in particular were beautiful, clean, comfortable and well maintained. Our room was large, the bed was comfortable and everything worked as expected. We were very happy with the facilities and accommodations. This was the most comfortable all inclusive resort we have stayed at. It is not recommended for people with mobility issues as there are lots of stairs and or steep ramps.
The food was fresh and the restaurant service was good. Breakfast was only available buffet style at El Palmer or from room service. The breakfast buffet was typical fruit, cold cereal, bacon, sausage, Mexican specialties, pancakes, toast, pastries, and a grill where you could get eggs any style and omelettes. Lunch was available from El Oasis on the beach or the a-la-carte restaurant Los Delfines. El Oasis had hamburgers, hotdogs, french fries, fish, clubhouse sandwich, etc, all cooked fresh. Los Delfines is mostly seafood but chicken, pasta and beef are also available. 4 of the 7 nights the Legazpi restaurant was open otherwise the only evening meal option was Los Delfines. All of our evening meals, either at Legazpi or Los Delfines, were very good. The food was fresh and hot and the presentation was excellent. By Canadian standards we judge them to be not the kind of place you would rave about but someplace you would recommend to your friends and where you might return more than once. We preferred the a-la-carte dining at Las Hadas to the buffet dining at other all inclusive we have stayed at.
The pool was clean and the water was warm and with less than 100 guests there was no shortage of chairs. The beach was OK, nothing special.
Our only disappointment was the lack of entertainment. In previous years, at other all inclusive resorts, we have enjoyed the evening entertainment but because of the low number of guests there was no entertainment. Once the sun went down and you had dinner there was nothing else to do except drink, if that is your thing.
This was our first trip to the Manzanillo area and we found that tourism is not really a priority here. The tours we booked through Transat or Tlaloc were good but there was limited variety.
In summary, I think we would recommend other areas of Mexico over Manzanillo but if someone wanted to go to Manzanillo we would definitely recommend Las Hadas.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A Manzanillo resort and marina with accommodations and a variety of amenities. This hotel features wedding venues, a golf course, romantic dining and event space in Mexico. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Las Hadas Golf Resort And Marina Hotel Manzanillo
- Las Hadas Manzanillo
- Las Hadas Mexico
- Las Hadas Hotel And Marina
- Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina