About this listing
Our spacious, comfortable, and well appointed three bedroom condo with an roof top lanai is conveniently located on the beach in Playa Azul. Enjoy the scenery with cruise ships and marine traffic (and of course the sunsets) from the beach or your private lanai.
The oversized master bedroom has its own private beach-front terrace overlooking the ocean. The two other spacious bedrooms come with a king, queen-size beds, an oversized bathroom. All the linens are 100% cotton sheets and the designer towels are soft and luxurious. There is cable TV and wireless internet for you enjoyment.
Walk down to the secluded and vendor-free beach to swim, snorkel or just relax and read a good book. You can walk Manzanillo Bay for miles. Take a leisurely stroll to either Las Hadas or Karmina Palace for drinks, lunch or dinner. You can even access some of the best restaurants in the area like La’Toscana, Bagote’s and La’ Pergola. They are just a few steps away for those times when you do not feel like cooking.
Interaction with guests
We live in Manzanillo so we can be available for whatever you need.
Other things to note
The open living/dining area or on the roof top lanai giving you superb views of spectacular sunsets, the night lights of old Manzanillo and the lights of Las Hadas. Have breakfast in bed; enjoy a gourmet meal inside or out on the deck, whatever suits your mood. The gourmet kitchen comes complete with top of the line stove/oven, refrigerator, microwave and dishwasher. Everything you could need is on hand for a romantic dinner for two or a special dinner party. This new 3500 sq. ft. condo is one of the nicest in the area!
- Quiet hour 10pm to 8am
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
Buenos dias. We love to travel, we live in Mexico, and also in the United States. We love food and wine (a little to much) and would love any suggestions on good local restaurants. Any places the locals would eat, or a restaurant that has a specialty dish, that's your favorite. Here in Mexico we have some great restaurants that usually have one or two items on the menu that are their signature dishes. I think that is what we are looking for in a local restaurant. We are not interested in marathon tourist tours but like to be on our own to take in the history and culture.
Warm Regards Jim, Beverly