Stayed for 3 days with my wife and had a great time. Room was clean and spacious. We both loved the restaurant at the Aura. I had the oven baked pizza twice and my wife loved the enchiladas, although the drinks could've been better. There are not very many palapas on the beach, but the few they have are reserved for the hotel guests. Great access to the beach. Make sure you have the address of the hotel with you! Our taxi driver didn't know where the hotel was and we wasted a good hour as he stopped and asked for directions. It is a good hotel for the price and we would stay there again.
Traveller from Denver, CO
Nestled on the beach, this Colonia La Madera hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of La Madera Beach and La Ropa Beach. Principal …More
If you are looking for a beautiful, quiet location where you can relax and enjoy your vacation this is it! We stayed in a lovely casita. The pool and beach area are very accessible and well maintained. We were lucky to see a whale while enjoying a snack at the beach bar! The staff is accommodating. Very helpful and kind. We loved our stay! I highly recommend this location. You should know it is a taxi or public transport ride to town which was fine with us!
Traveller from Minneapolis, MN
Nestled on the beach, this Zihuatanejo resort is 1.1 mi (1.7 km) from Blanca Beach and 2.5 mi (4 km) from Potosi Refuge. La …More
"Enjoyable experience, wonderful staff, great local"
The property was wonderful, small and intimate. The staff were fantastic - Fracesco; Caesar, Nina, all the front desk staff, the maintenance staff, maids, you name it, they were all fantastic, courteous, generous, respectful and very service oriented for certain.
The pool was wonderful, the food fantastic, bar and beverages amazing. We enjoyed doing the walk down and up the stairs to get into town. It is a challenging walk about 144 steps. Pace yourself and it is a great experience. We did it several times during our stay and we also walked back up at night. There is lighting but I recommend taking a small flashlight.
We did eat one night at Coco Bahia and it was fine. We did not try Casa Bahia, but the menu looked good, we heard good things. It was a bit pricey. We actually enjoyed the food and service at WorldMark (aka - Villa Vera Puerto Mio) just fine and so had most of our dinner there.
We enjoyed going to La Ropa (Beach) where we did Yoga at Paty's Marimar and where we enjoyed a great breakfast, lunches and was able to use their seats and umbrella's of course presuming you support their business which we did. We did not enjoy Las Gattas as much. Rough gravely ocean and very focused on getting you to buy stuff. The water taxi was fine, you don't have to tip for them helping you get in the boat, and they will ask.
Located in Almacen, this hotel is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Contramar Beach and 2.1 mi (3.3 km) from La Ropa Beach. Archaeological …More
It is off the beaten track but lovely when you get there. The staff were friendly and the food was great. Our room was spacious, comfortable and clean. We loved the pool, meals and the great view of the ocean. If you are looking for a very quiet get away with great food this is a good place.
Nestled on the beach, this Zihuatanejo hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Riscal Beach and Larga Beach. La Ropa Beach and La …More
On the Pacific Coast of Guerrero, Mexico, the city of Zihuatanejo has worked hard to retain its “village” look and feel. Many downtown streets are still paved with cobblestones, and zoning laws prohibit buildings over 4 stories. A brick-paved beachfront promenade runs along Playa La Madera and Playa Principal to the pier, and all beaches along the bay are safe for swimming.