Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo

Villa Mexicana Zihuatanejo


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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).

Nestled on La Ropa Beach, one of the loveliest beaches in Zihuatanejo, is the calm and tranquil Villa Mexicana Zihuatanejo, located about eight miles northwest of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo International Airport.

At this quaint beachfront villa, adventurers can take part in scuba diving, deep sea fishing, and a variety of other exciting watersports nearby. Play a round of golf at a nearby course or get your feet wet at the glistening, adults-only infinity pool. Enjoy the sunset bar, lounge, and private beach, while the little ones have great fun at Villa Pandilla kids' club.

Taste Mexican cooking at its finest at Doa Prudencia Restaurant for a delicious array of tempting international cuisine, fresh seafood, and regional gourmet Mexican dishes. Known for their delicious breakfasts, the restaurant features an exciting menu, lovely beachside view, and exquisite haute cuisine. For finger-lickin' fun, have your waiter prepare a basket of sweet, crispy shrimp basted in a mouthwatering coconut batter.
HOTEL LOCATION
This beachfront property is located in the main hotel area of Zihuatanejo on La Ropa Beach, just 15 minutes away from the town of Ixtapa and 20 minutes away from the airport.
Address:
ZIHUATANEJO


MX
Local Phone: 011 52 55 900...
Fax: 011-52-755-43776
HOTEL FACILITIES
Barber / Beauty Salon
Boutique Shops
Business Services
Car Rental
Concierge
Parking
Physician on Call
Pools
Number of Pools: 1
Outdoor Pools: 1     
There is an outdoor swimming pool with a children`s section.
Golf: NEARBY
Marina Golf Course - Ixtapa Palma Real - Ixtapa
The Marina Ixtapa is an 18-hole, Par 72 golf course designed by Robert Von Hagge. The Palma Real is an 18 hole, Par 72 course with 6,898 yards designed by Robert TrentJones, Jr.
Holes: 18
Lessons Available
Water Sports on Site
Fishing: Additional Charge
Sunfish Sailing: Additional Charge
Snorkeling: Additional Charge
JetSki / Waverunner: Additional Charge
Waterskiing: Additional Charge
Wind Surf: Additional Charge
Other Sports Available
Other Sports: Football court
HOTEL DETAILS
Villa Mexicana Zihuatanejo is a quaint beachfront villa resort featuring a Mexican ambiance along with a variety of activities for the active vacationer. A total of 62 air-conditioned rooms are housed within low-rise villas. Resort features include tempting local and international cuisine, room service from 7:30 am to 10:30 pm, the Sunset Bar, a Beach Club, a selection of water sports including deep sea fishing, and a sundries shop. Beach: Hotel Villa Mexicana is located on "Playa la Ropa," one of the most beautiful beaches of ZihuatanejoBay, with calm and tranquil waters, perfect for swimming and water sports. Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 1:00 pm
Total Rooms: 62
Year Opened: 0 Credit Cards: Visa, Master Card
HOTEL RESTRICTIONS
No Spring Breakers
ROOM TYPES
SUPERIOR ROH
Guestroom includes two double beds and a fully-equipped bathroom with a shower. Other amenities include a safe box, cable television, and more.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Hair Dryer
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
STANDARD PLUS ROOM BEV
Room with a king size bed or 2 double beds, telephone, cable TV, safety deposit box, AC, with garden or pool room.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Hair Dryer
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
DINING
There are 1 Restaurants at Villa Mexicana Zihuatanejo:
Dona Prodencia - The Dona Prodencia Restaurant and Bar is located right on the beach, and features a tempting selection of Mexican and International cuisine.
ACTIVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Water sports (at an additional charge).
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Ixtapa nightlife is just 15 minutes away.
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
Villa Pandilla Kid's Club

TripAdvisor Web Reviews
Based on 339reviews
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TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Relaxing Vacay
Coastal780139,
Thu Oct 11 10:46:30 EDT 2018
Great facility for laying back, reading, relaxing. Surf was very rough, lots of undertow. Nice beach to walk on. No bars/clubs nearby, very quiet. Good food, great service. Drinks included (about five liquor types), and hot breakfast. Negative - one pool closed for renovations. Another pool is available - small, and then basically a wading/kiddie pool. A fridge in the room would have been a plus. Go to La Cantinita two doors down, great food, friendly wait staff. Sit with your feet in the sand and enjoy sunsets/dinner. Live music - guitar and bongos, singing.

Totally chill, on the beach.
Destination781513,
Mon Oct 08 13:21:06 EDT 2018
I like the low key atmosphere and proximity to the beach/ocean. Attentive staff. Good drinks. Cooling pool. The taxi's are plentiful which makes going into ZIH and back easy. Dining onsite, as well as nearby.

We previously stayed in Ixtapa 15yrs. loved staying in ZH in 2018
Debbie D, Muscatine, Iowa
Fri Oct 05 14:50:07 EDT 2018
We have always stayed in Ixtapa, stayed here in ZH in 2018 and it was perfect for us. We love to dine out at night so this hotel was not all inclusive but free drinks and continental breakfast. Beach was fine, rooms very simple but clean, felt safe and was reasonably priced. The only things we missed was a fridge in the room.

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Villa M
ConnieJo, Vancouver, Washington
Wed Jul 18 22:15:04 EDT 2018
I visit Zihuatanejo nearly every year. For the last 5 years, I've always stayed at Villa Mexicana. Great rooms, Wonderful Staff, Best Location ! We walked the beach each morning, got a massage on the beach every day except arrival day. I love Playa La Ropa.

Nice hotel, but they're trying too hard to be a resort.
lem_on416, Toronto, Canada
Sun Jun 24 08:15:30 EDT 2018
I'll start off by saying that I dislike resorts. I really do. I stay in smaller hotels to avoid the "canned vacation" feel. Well, the first thing that happens when you check into Villa Mexicana is they slap a fluorescent bracelet on your wrist. Hmm. We were told that we couldn't enter the property without them, but I ripped mine off on day 2 due to a rash that was forming and no one ever said anything (and I was still able to partake in the included drinks package.) When we checked in, we were told that the room tier we had reserved was not available (this mirrored our experience earlier that week with sister hotel Irma.) I'm not sure if it was because we were staying less than a week or because we booked through Sunwing or if it was just unfortunate luck, but whatever. Again, we were told that we could likely move to a better room the next day, but since we ended up spending most of our time down the beach with friends, we didn't bother. Our room was one of the ones near the check-in desk that opens up to a little rectangle of grass. No view, no balcony/porch, but since we were only there for 4 nights, it wasn't a huge deal. I wouldn't want to stay there for an extended period of time. The room itself was decent. Comfy beds, a good shower and we only saw 1 cockroach (a record for Mexico, I think!) The A/C had to be on though, or else the air was completely stagnant. That was a bit of a shame. The restaurant, Dona Prudencia, is very good. I've eaten there in the past and it is always a stop on our annual beach "pub" crawl. The pool is lovely and was never overly crowded while we were there. The impossible thing was getting a front row beach chair. One morning I even went out at 5am and every chair but 1 had a towel on it already. The worst part is that most of the chairs sat empty for most (or all) of the day. That's quite unfair to those who actually want to use the chairs. Long story short, no major complaints with this hotel, which is on, in my opinion, the nicest beach in the region.



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