Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina

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2018 Exceptional Values
Extra Value: Senior Citizen Program for ages 60+ includes one ŕ la carte dinner per two adults, bottle of domestic wine, and 50% surcharge for special dishes.

Retaining a magical site along the Mexican Riviera, Las Las Hadas by Brisas huddles near the Pacific Coast on Manzanillo Bay. Truly a jewel of Arabian architecture, this magnificent fantasy resort bears spire domes and elaborate marble-work, making it one of the most glamorous and exotic luxury playgrounds in the country. Resting on a quarter-mile stretch of private beach, the hotel prides itself on luxurious accommodations and exceptional personalized service. Turn your dreams into reality from the privacy of your own terrace as you stare off into the reflective waters of Manzanillo Bay.

Enjoy fine dining at the four restaurants, and refresh at two pools with waterfall and swim-up bar. If high-energy and excitement is what you desire, Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina provides it. Featuring watersports, volleyball, ten tennis courts, and a gorgeous, 18-hole golf course nestled between 4,000 palm trees, entertainment will be at your call and beckoning.

Specializing in top-shelf selections and martinis, The Piano Lounge is a relaxing establishment for a romantic dinner accompanied by gentle piano music. Known for its flavored margaritas, Margaritas Snack Bar serves light snacks and drinks from a large, Bedouin-style tent for a unique, authentic treat.

Relax in one of 232 spacious and air-conditioned rooms and suites, all featuring private terraces.
Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina is nestled on a cove on Bahia de Manzanillo, 12 km away from the airport (45-minute drive).

Local Phone: 011-52-314-331-0
Toll Free Phone: 888 559 4329
Fax: 011 52 314 331 0121
Barber / Beauty Salon
Boutique Shops
Car Rental
Currency Exchange
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Meeting Rooms
Physician on Call
Number of Pools: 2
Outdoor Pools: 2     
There are two islands in middle of the swimming pool.
Las Hadas Golf Course- La Mantarraya
The Las Hadas is directly next to an 18 hole, par 72 course designed by Pete and Roy Dye. It is ranked among the top 100 courses in the world.
Holes: 18
Green Fees: $
Cart Fee: $
Club Rental Fees: $
Caddy: $
Lessons Available
Number of Courts: 10
Outdoor Courts: 10
Lighted Courts: 8
Court Fee: $8 - $13
Pro Onsite
Water Sports on Site
Fishing: Additional Charge
Snorkeling: Additional Charge
Hobie Cats: Additional Charge
Paddle Boats: Additional Charge
JetSki / Waverunner: Additional Charge
Waterskiing: Additional Charge
Wind Surf: Additional Charge
Other Sports Available
Raquetball: Additional Charge
Health Club / Spa
Jacuzzi: Complimentary
Massage: Additional Charge
Manicure / Pedicure: Additional Charge
Facials: Additional Charge
Classic Moorish architecture featuring spire domes and elaborate marble-work makes Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina one of the most glamorous and exotic of all Caribbean playgrounds. It was the natural setting for the movie "10". Features include: a wonderful beach, various restaurants and bars, golf, tennis, a marina, water sports, a travel agency, and meeting facilities for up to 300 people. Beach: Half a mile of private beach area Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out: 1:00 p.m.
Total Rooms: 234
Year Opened: 1974 Credit Cards: Visa, Master Card, Diners Club, American Express
No pets allowed.
Views of the gardens, plazas, or ocean from a private balcony. All Inclusive.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Room Safe
Deluxe club room includes: Continental Breakfast, special amenities, one hour of appetizers & cocktails (afternoon), deluxe amenities, exclusive lounge with concierge service, and a bathrobe. All rooms have an ocean view. All-Inclusive Plan.
1 King Bed or 2 Double Beds Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Room Safe
Views of the gardens, plazas, or ocean from a private balcony. All Inclusive. Unlimited greens fees (mandatory golf care not included).
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Room Safe
All of the amenities of the Deluxe Club Room, including continental breakfasts, special amenities, exclusive lounge with concierge service, and more. All rooms feature an ocean view, plus unlimited green fees (mandatory cart not included).
1 King Bed or 2 Double Beds Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Room Safe

*Mandatory golf cart not included.
Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina features 1 meal plan options:
All Meals, Drinks & Tips
There are 4 Restaurants at Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina:
Legazpi - Distinguished atmosphere and international cuisine for demanding tastes, with live piano music.
El Terral - On a beautiful terrace overlooking the bay, offering excellent Mexican dishes for dinner. Open seasonally.
Los Delfines - Guests dine by the seashore while enjoying fresh seafood in an ambiance of tranquil beauty. Open for lunch and dinner (live music at dinner).
El Palmar - This restaurant is a combined indoor and outdoor garden terrace where dishes are as colorful as the surroundings. Guests can enjoy their meals while overlooking the laguna pool (open for breakfast and lunch).
The Children's Program is only available during Holy Week and July/August. Activitiesinclude handicrafts, games,etc.
Applicable Ages: 5 to 12 years old

Babysitting Fee: Hourly
Advance Notice for Babysitting: 24 hours

TripAdvisor Web Reviews
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What to expect

TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Family Trip
Tue Mar 13 08:32:47 EDT 2018
Older hotel but clean. A lot of stairs which can be tiresome. Beautiful beach and pool. Staff were friendly and helpful. Very quiet and peaceful during the week. Weekends are much busier but still received good service.

Very peaceful
Dean M, Jackson, Tennessee
Mon Mar 12 17:02:40 EDT 2018
I stayed 5 nights at Las Hadas and had a good experience. The service was excellent, and my room (903) was very comfortable and near the lobby. There was an elevator to go up to the room but none going up or down to the restaurants, pool, or beach. The resort is very beautiful but quite spread out. They offer golf cart rides when needed. There are still plenty of steps to navigate. I broke my ankle 2 years ago and struggled a bit. I would think it would not be a good place for major disabilities. Their concierge Karina Hernandez was extremely nice and her English is excellent. She gave me some good tips about the area. She is not allowed to help with tours as they have a Tlaloc Tours rep onsite although he only works from 9 am to about 2 pm. It would be better if they had other options. I did use Tlaloc for 2 tours that were good. Taxis are plentiful and very reasonable. From airport about 590 pesos ($35US) Back to airport 350 pesos ($21US) To downtown 140 pesos ($8US) To Walmart and El Vaquero area only 70 pesos ($4US) There are not many activities at the hotel, but I actually was able to sleep early without loud music. I would rate 5 except for amount of steps to navigate. The bellmen are all excellent. If you want a taxi driver with excellent English, have them call Miguel Cerne, taxi #129. I used him twice. You will love the staff!

Birthday weekend
Clau P,
Wed Mar 07 11:11:09 EST 2018
I booked this hotel as a surprise for my mom’s birthday and I couldn’t have picked a better place. At first I was concerned because i wasn’t going to be there with her and I didn’t want her to struggle with anything. I emailed the concierge at the hotel and explained the situation and they were super accommodating. My mom felt like a queen with the fruit platter she received at check in. Both her and her best friend had an amazing weekend joking that they had gained so much weight due to the great food they ate throughout their stay. They loved the friendliness of the staff and I couldn’t be happier with my choice. Thank you once again for making my moms birthday so specia ! And we’ll definitely book there again, only this time I plan on joining her!

Great resort
Darryn M, Airdrie, Canada
Wed Mar 07 05:26:02 EST 2018
We had been to Manzanillo (Tesoro) once before and the only really memorable part was the great weather. So if you haven't been to Manzanillo before, the weather is the biggest plus - no rain, hot and 28. As far as tourism goes, it is nothing like the other typical Mexican resort cities. There aren't many flights coming from Canada (3 total per week), so you get a dozen people arriving 3 days per week for example. With respect to this resort, it was the quietest place I'd ever been in Mexico. Capacity during the week was in the 15% range I'd say and then up 5 times that for the weekend with locals. I never had a problem with it, as I knew going in that I should go for breakfast earlier on the weekend and get a reservation for supper. The resort is very nice, the rooms were fine. The only issue we had was the cleaning lady taking our towels and not replacing them. After day 2 I stopped tipping for a couple of days, but it seemed like it was a different person that was supposed to bring towels and the tip was long gone before they came around! Three visits to the front desk and one to the concierge so by day 4 or 5 we had the towels replaced daily. I wouldn't care if I didn't get fresh towels, but they were taking our old towels so we'd come back to the room at 6pm with no towels to shower and were in a bind to get towels in time for showers (there were 8 of us in 3 rooms!!). The food in the buffet is fine, typical 3-4 star mexican resort buffet food. The Legazpi steak was great, as were all the meals there for that matter. Book them right away and use all 3 you get. The Delphines was good as well as we went there for supper except for one night we just did the main buffet. We had 4 kids with us and there were less than 10 kids with most speaking spanish. They surprisingly entertained themselves but it was a big concern as they typically meet and make friends by day 2-3 and only one of our kids did as he was the only one with someone the same age that spoke english. Not the resort's fault, just saying. But the entertainment crew made up for it. They aren't pushy at all, but if you went up to them and asked they always played even if it was obviously painful as there would be only 3 people playing water volleyball, for example. The photographers were a bit annoying. They're doing their job, but the one guy was nice but it was always awkward as we didn't want pictures and he still kind of hung around and told long long stories or jokes that after the first two you stopped laughing or listening to him. He didn't take queues very easily and since we said no thanks to photos I didn't feel bad ignoring him after that. The beach is fine, and a big area as far as depth, but not long enough to walk. My parents snorkelled along the rocks and said it was good. It's the Pacific so it's not as nice in my opinion. The sand is insanely hot by late morning, so not a place to hang out. They water down the beach volleyball and we played that most days. My wife and I took the kayak's out once and enjoyed it - free. We didn't do any tours, but one morning we got up and left by 7am and walked ourselves 4km to the walmart. It was a nice and safe walk. You take the shortcut to the golf course and go by the Barcelo and it's good exercise. Download google maps offline on your phone before you go and that will help guide you, but don't follow the suggested route as it doesn't take the shortcut. Really nice views of the bay on the top of the hill while you're walking. We got a really good deal on our rooms so I was very happy with the value - would go again.

Mixed feelings about this resort
Sun Mar 04 17:42:57 EST 2018
Stayed at Las Hadas for a week in Feb/March. When I booked this trip, I booked a fantasy suite. When we arrived we "upgraded" to a fantasy suite with a pool - paid approximately $350.00 for the upgrade. Got to the room and was very disappointed -there was not 2 separate (sitting and sleeping) areas like the original fantasy suite, and was run down. There were 2 end tables, a coffee table, but a huge empty spot where the couch should have been. If we wanted to sit down, the only place to do so was on the bed. The toilet was in a very, very small little room, where you had to straddle the toilet to close the door. There also was no tub, which I was looking forward to. I called the front desk, said I was disappointed, and they did switch us back to our original room. When we got to our new room, it did have the sitting and sleeping area, and also a nice outdoor area. The bathroom had a tub, but it was very, very old, and it had been painted to look good. When you took a shower, the water took forever to drain. Other rooms I seen when visiting friends, had new tubs - this one did not. The room was very clean, and housekeeping did a good job of cleaning every day - except for the tub. With using sunscreen, and the water not draining, there was a yucky film in the tub - this was not cleaned at all during the week. The resort has a lot of steps. You can get golf cart rides to your room, but you do have to walk steps to get from the lobby to restaurants, pool or beach. There were not many people there during the week, which was very nice. Local people seem to come to the resort for 3 day weekends, so the weekend did fill up a bit. I was disappointed in the food. The schedule they give you on check in was wrong most of the time for what restaurants were open. I like to get up early and walk the beach - but you couldn't get coffee till 7:00 - they have espresso and an espresso maker in the room. This is the first all inclusive I have been to that did not have champaign and OJ in the breakfast buffet for mimosas. You could not get any drinks till after 10:00 - water and soda included. Even then you could not get a mimosa, and we did pay for the upgraded alcohol package for the Brisas club. This resort also does not give you bottled water. You have to pay extra if you want bottled water. You did get 2 small and one large in your room. There is also no alcohol in your room, so if you wanted to enjoy a cocktail on your deck, you had to go to the front lobby, get a drink, and bring it back. There are also times between meals that there is no food available. You also have to pay for room service if you want that. We went to the "fancier" restaurant. The night we were there, a guy came in with sandels and a t shirt - but he was allowed to stay. This is the same day a member of our group could not eat lunch in the other restaurant, because he did not have sleeves - He had a nice sleeveless t shirt on, but was not allowed to go in. We were also told in the "fancier" restaurant we could not have a salad and a bowl of soup - as it was too much food. I have never been limited to what is served in an all inclusive resort before. The food choices I felt were very limited and no variety. There was no bacon, only sausage on one day. They did have "Mexican Sausage", that tasted like a cheap hot dog. The food was nothing exciting. If you wanted shrimp or lobster, you had to pay extra for it. There were very few choices on the menu. We did have fresh fish - caught by us and people we were with -prepared in the restaurant for 3 of our nights at the resort. The chef did a wonderful job of cooking the fish. We would have really had a hard time eating if we did not have fresh fish for 3 or our nights. The snack bar did have burgers, hot dogs and pizza from 1-6 each day The resort is old, but has alot of character. It is also very clean. They are always sweeping, washing, polishing. The staff is very, very friendly, and the trees, flowers and gardens are beautiful. The beach and pool are also very well maintained, and are very clean I would go back for the friendly staff, beautiful resort, and incredible sunrises - but the resort needs to work on food, updating the rest of it's rooms, and options for food & drinks available for more and continuous hours

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