Hotel Irma

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2018 Exceptional Values
Extra Value: American breakfast daily, per adult (valid January 2-March 23, 2018; April 1-December 14, 2018).

The quaint, ocean-view Hotel Irma is a boutique resort located in Zihuatanejo, Mexico, about eight miles northwest of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo International Airport.

Perched on a cliff atop La Madera Beach overlooking a beautiful bay, this comfortable hotel provides a spa and wellness center, sunset bar, sun deck, a swim-up bar, and two swimming pools and beach club at Villa Mexicana. Take part in a variety of exciting watersports nearby including kayaking, diving, fishing, and surfing. Guests are encouraged to venture throughout the resort for a memorable ecotourism adventure. Selva de los Troncones and Playa Linda stand out among the ecological preservation areas, particularly the latter, where turtles and other reptiles nestle quietly. It is even possible to camp in some of these areas, spending the night beneath the stars as you exchange stories with friends or family around a crackling fire.

Only steps from the hotel lobby, Las Naranjas Restaurant will delight you with its delicious Mexican cuisine. Offering relaxing meals and an unforgettable experience, the chef will prepare the most original and sumptuous Mexican and international dinners that will ever touch your lips.

Enjoy a refreshing view of the town from your air-conditioned, ocean view room. Guests are provided with a dressing table and chair, private bathroom, luxurious bathroom amenities, soft towels, and exceptional room service.
This property is located in the city of Zihuatanejo, on the Pacific coast of the state of Guerrero, on La Madera Beach. It is a 20-minute drive from the hotel to the airport.

Local Phone: 011 52 55 900...
Fax: 011-52-755-43738
Boutique Shops
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Physician on Call
Number of Pools: 2
Outdoor Pools: 2     
Swim-up Bar
There are two swimming pools, a swim up bar and a pool deck.
Marina Golf Course - Ixtapa Palma Real - Ixtapa
The Marina Ixtapa is an 18-hole, Par 72 golf course designed by Robert Von Hagge. ThePalma Real is an 18 hole, Par 72 course with 6,898 yards designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
Holes: 18
Lessons Available
The Hotel Irma is perched atop a cliff overlooking La Madera Beach, within walking distance of boutiques, restaurants and bars. Featuring the most breathtaking views in town, this hotel offers a total of 74 air-conditioned ocean view rooms. Hotel features include Las Naranjas Restaurant, the Sunset Bar, room service from 7:30 am to 10:30 pm, two swimming pools, a swim-up bar, and sun deck. Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 1:00 pm
Total Rooms: 74
Year Opened: 0 Credit Cards:
No Spring Breakers
Two double beds, Cable TV, Phone, Room safe, A/C
Other Amenities -
There are 1 Restaurants at Hotel Irma:
Las Naranjas Restaurant - Overlooking Zihuatanejo Bay, and featuring an exquisite selection of seafood, local and international cuisine.
TripAdvisor Web Reviews
Based on 479reviews
What to expect

TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Great view!
rgromek, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Mon Sep 24 16:41:45 EDT 2018
We have been to this resort many times. This year did not seem as great as in the past. They seem to have cut corners for example hardly any alcohol is put in their Happy Hour drinks. Not enuf staff to wait on people. Their 'free' morning coffee lasted 30 minutes and if you come one minute too late they charge you for the coffee!

Great location
Mon Sep 17 13:58:39 EDT 2018
Nice location, great view, and very close o downtown Zihua. Average rooms, but clean. Location is tops. Resurants all around, and the Zihua night life is fun. Old man Chilly Willy is there from Dec. to March.

Best Birthday Ever
stimpink, Mexico City, Mexico
Sun Aug 26 22:14:46 EDT 2018
Our stay was just wonderful. Yara made everything possible for us. She helped my husband on preparing one of the most wonderful birthdays I've ever had. She even handled all the details, gave ideas always with a great attitude! Alfonso at the bar very friendly. Thanks for everything!!! Definitely coming back!!! D&D

Some rooms ok, beautiful view if you can get it!
lem_on416, Toronto, Canada
Sun Jun 24 06:53:43 EDT 2018
When we arrived at Irma, we were told that the room category we had reserved was not available. Cool, we booked 8 months in advance, but ok. They put us in a room with no privacy, no view and no balcony. The bathroom may as well have been on the beds, as you could hear every little thing going on in there (and I mean everything!) I'm not really an air conditioning person when i could instead be breathing in a nice sea breeze, but we couldn't open our door because anyone really could have walked in off the communal patio area. The next day, we were thrilled to find out that a room with ocean view (which we had paid for) had come available, so we moved. This was MUCH better. Beautiful view, great little balcony (we were about 3 storeys above the pool) and nice spacious sleeping area. This time, the bathroom was more separated from the rest of the room, so there was no added ick factor during our stay! The property is nice, as long as you aren't too fussed about beach access, but as pretty much every other review has stated - there are A LOT of stairs. As long as you are expecting this, you will be fine. We only had breakfast at the restaurant, but it was quite good. Kind of weird that they don't serve coffee before 8am though. (We are early risers!) My only real complaint was that some of the other guests are a little cliquey. Cool, you've been going to the same hotel for several years - that doesn't give you the right to have the railside table every friggin day, even when someone else beats you to it. I'll never understand that logic. Anyway, Irma is great for people who want to stay close to town and want to escape the resorts in Ixtapa! I'm not sure I would stay here again, but I would definitely recommend it to any non-beach-loving friends!

nice but not great.
Kattop, Calgary, Canada
Mon May 21 09:21:53 EDT 2018
We loved the staff and the hotel.!! We would of liked having a fridge for water etc. no beer included in happy hours. drinks and food expensive. They charged for ice and the small bottle of water was not much for 2 people. So taxis 2 to 3 times a day..kind of felt trapped. we cant walk so much on hills and stairs...since most of ziha is like that I think this is our last trip to this area. but for those of you who get around it is a great place.

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