Las Brisas Huatulco is a sports lover's paradise, offering a wide array of outdoor activities such as tennis, squash, basketball, volleyball, and soccer. You'll also enjoy working out at the best gym in Huatulco. Four private beaches, one with its own coral reef, are ideal for relaxing or engaging in a variety of watersports. Explore the sparkling blue waters of Huatulco and make memories snorkeling, kayaking, or windsurfing.
Delight your palate in one of six exquisite restaurants that specialize in regional dishes. Unwind and relax in the spa, where massages, facial, body, and hair treatments are never in short supply. Las Brisas Huatulco is located on Tangolunda Bay and is five minutes from the Tangolunda Golf Course. The traditional Mexican town of La Crucecita is only ten minutes away.
With a Mexican contemporary style, the magnificent rooms are distributed in four beautiful towns: Mountains, Stars, Clouds, and the exclusive Sea Section. The rooms boast impressive sea views, and lush vegetation decorates the surroundings. Transportation throughout the hotel is offered on mini shuttles.
General Policies & Fine Print
Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy:
This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
A price may display when children stay free, if your vacation includes transfer to your hotel.
Room taxes and service fees are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating8048 reviews
Las brisa november 2019
We did like the hotel and the beach. All the room are into the montain, so you may walk up and down the slope a lot, but dont worry there are frequent little car that help the people to move around if they dont want to walk up and down the slope. The beach doesnt have lots of seaweed as the caribean got for the last 4-5 years. Food and bevergare are ok. Food is mostly grilled with lots of oils. But the food lack some love, the taste is moslty bland and need more love from the chef. All the food ingrediant are there but the taste is not allways correct, i told the chief concierge before leaving that if they improving the food taste they will have more client. So i did like the place and may go again.
Stay at Las Brisas
We came to Las Brisas the second time and were disappointed with some changes at the hotel since last year. This year we came on November 9, last year we came at the end of November to December. Maybe it is typical situation for November 9 stay at the hotel. We expected to have a breakfast at Mexican restaurant as we had last year even we stay at Beach Club and could use lounge bar. But it was close during last week. Only open on Saturday and Sunday. It should be open during week.Looks like the main buffet is under staff as they are very busy all the time. Meal at the dinner at the a la cart restaurants should be should be slightly better. Mediterranean restaurant is great. Service and meal. Steak house restaurant doesn't have a good steak vs Mexican. Weird. Why to call Steak house restaurant as it doesn't cook good steak. This year we were with a granddaughter 9 years old who unfortunately could not eat much at Sea food restaurant, steak house and Mexican as main course meat was not very chewable. Should be more choices for kids in Menu as it is family hotel. Also difficult to communicate with waitresses about meal to order as they do not speak English. I do realize that is it Mexico Spanish speaking country but you should organize basic English language courses for personal at the restaurants. The Beach is beautiful, very clean and well maintain. Waitresses at the beach very polite and pleased visitors. We are surprised how well maintain all hotel green areas and sidewalks. Very clean and nice. Good water sport service personal speaking well English.Overall very clean hotel vs others counting on maintaining huge area. Transportation service is very good. Nice, polite and do good job.
Nice but avoid their ridiculously expensive taxis!
Had an average experience at Las Brisas. Our suite was lovely – really spacious and clean (however all kitchen cabinets were totally empty, no spoons etc). Staff were really friendly and helpful. We enjoyed a walk in the botanical garden and relaxed by the calm waters at the beaches. Unfortunately the pleasant stay was marred by an outrageously expensive taxi service – Las Brisas charged us 400 pesos for a taxi to the airport, which is ridiculous for a 20 min ride in Huatulco/Mexico! As a comparison, we paid 260 pesos pp for a 6.5 hour car service from Oaxaca City. Deeply disappointing to get ripped off like that, and such a shame as our stay was otherwise ok.
One of our best beach vacations ever!
For context, my wife and I are a couple in our mid/late 50s and we stayed Nov. 2-12 in the Brisas Club section. We have vacationed all over Mexico but this was our first time to Huatulco. We try to leave the sort of detailed reviews that we would like to read when we are researching our next vacation. Apologies if it's too much for some. Property overview One of the original hotels in the area, Las Brisas was built as a Club Med. It is a medium-sized property (by our standards) with an excellent shuttle system to take you to/from restaurants, beaches, pools, etc. The resort is built into the side of a hill and while it's definitely walkable, those with mobility issues will want to use the shuttle service. When choosing Las Brisas, we strongly encourage you to download the resort map from their website so you can see what we mean. Beaches and pools The three main beaches are outstanding -- this resort's greatest asset, without question. The sand extends right into the water and there is no need for water shoes. There is a reef immediately off one of the beaches and the snorkelling is excellent. If you have your own gear, bring it! You can also get gear from the resort. There are three pools (main, adult-only and "activity" pool for kids). The pools were quite warm, too warm for us, and we suspect they may be heated. When it's 33-35 degrees every day, you want to cool off in the pool, right? Not here. Nonetheless, as I say, the beaches are the place to be at Las Brisas. Food and drinks Food is so subjective that it's almost not worth even trying to review all-inclusive offerings. We found the food to be pretty good but nothing to write home about. There was a good variety at the main buffet (Bellavista) for all three meals. We found the a la carte restaurants were fine but again, nothing special. The Kasbah is an interesting idea and we applaud the resort for trying something different but we're not sure it works. It's one of those Moroccan-style places where you squat/sit at low tables which doesn't really work for a lot of people. The drinks were great everywhere at Las Brisas. Had no complaints and didn't hear any from others. Rooms As mentioned, we were in the club section which is terrific. Specifically, we stayed in the Mar section which faces the far side of the bay. This is another reason to check out the map on the hotel website... you will want to know where all of the different rooms and buildings are located. It's important to know that some buildings are farther from the restaurants than others. Once you get back to your room, depending on where you are staying, there are no places to eat or drink nearby. Staff The staff of Las Brisas is excellent. We were so impressed with how friendly and helpful everyone was. From the shuttle drivers to the food and beverage servers to the guys who set you up with sailboats and kayaks, everyone was absolutely top-notch. A special shout-out to Derman at the concierge desk who helped recover my cell phone which I left in a taxi on the way back to the resort. He acted quickly and decisively and made sure the driver brought it back to me. He truly cared and it showed. Derman and his colleagues are a HUGE asset to the resort. Shows/activities Las Brisas has a large and impressive theatre and there were three or four full cast performances during our 10-day stay. It was the usual fare -- a Mexican show, a music-through-the-ages show, etc. -- and it was all very well done. The other nights were trivia contests, battle of the sexes, dance contests, etc. As with most Mexican resorts, the activity crew that usually works the show are workhorses and they deserve huge kudos. All of this activity is centered around the Bar Las Brisas which is the main bar and the only one open in the evening (closes 1 a.m.). This bar is located directly below the lobby/reception/check-in desk and once again, it's the only option if you're looking for a few drinks after a dinner or a nightcap. There is a disco on the property but it was closed. Water sports We have to mention this because if you want to get out on the water, Las Brisas is great. Their Hobie Cats are all is excellent shape, as are their single and double kayaks. You get an hour with each piece of equipment and more if it's not busy. We are sailors and own a boat, so we took a Hobie Cat out four or five times. One day, a pod of dolphins raced us an arm's length off our bow. It was the highlight of our trip! Other amenities As mentioned, this used to be a Club Med. There are more sports facilities at Las Brisas than any other resort we've ever stayed at. There is something like 12 tennis courts, all under lights, plus pickle ball, soccer, volleyball (sand and asphalt) and basketball. Surrounding area Santa Cruz/La Crucecita is a 10-minute taxi ride from Las Brisas. Cost is 60 pesos (about $4 CAD). Worth visiting for shopping, watching a game or just getting away from the resort and walking around. Good food, too. Good pizza at Mama Mia and La Crema. Xipoli, which is a sports bar directly below La Crema, has all major Canadian and American sports TV packages so you'll always be able to catch the game there. Guest demographics While our kids are grown adults and don't usually travel with us, it's clear that this is a good resort for families. There is a kids club that we didn't check out but we did see lot of families during our stay. In terms of nationalities, most guests appear to be Mexican nationals, followed by Canadians. Some Americans and Europeans but not as many. Summary We enjoyed our stay and recommend Las Brisas. It's great for families and for couples or individuals looking for a nice, middle-of-the-road, sun destination experience. The food could be better but it's fine, and the beaches and other aspects of the property more than make up for it.
Best Massage with Señora Coco- Great Service!
This is our 3rd time visiting Las Brisas Huatulco and each visit has been even better than the last. Their are many reasons to love Las Brisas; excellent location, great service, and overall great value. The Spa has been upgraded since my last visit. I came in for a 90 min personalized massage and was given one of the best massages I’ve ever had by Señora Coco. She made sure to combine the right amount of relaxation and deep tissue massage techniques to improve my mental and physical wellness. If you’re looking for a great, all-inclusive hotel to relax in look no further than Las Brisas. Located right on the beautiful Bahia Tangolunda, it has everything you could ask for all of your resort and relaxation needs. (Don’t forget to ask for Señora Coco when booking your massage!)