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I can accept a 1-night stay for a weekend night (Friday or Saturday) if the date is within 2 days of stay date.
**You can Book dates beginning from today -thru, and including- dates that begin 30-days from today.**
房源空間 ACTION NEEDED: Please send your "booking" with -one- name (first & last) of the person who will be responsible for checking into your condo at the front desk as it appears on your/their ID. The front desk is required to view the ID at check-in and the name given by you must match the ID. If the booking does not include a message from you stating a name (first & last) that is different than the name stated on your account, then the name on the account will be used for this booking. PLEASE NOTE that there may be a fee involved for a post booking name change.
Studio Hotel: Two double beds in living area. No kitchen. Maximum occupancy 4.
**See “Description” Below for ALL details**
The Resort maintains a high standard through its maintenance, upgrade, and refurbishment program. As a result the unit characteristics may change from time to time and vary.
When you check into the resort, the front desk will require a 5,000 pesos security deposit hold against a credit/debit card in case any major damage should occur. The security deposit will be released back to you on the day of departure.
ABSOLUTELY NO PETS ALLOWED! If you have a service animal, you must let us know in writing prior to booking.
Unit Amenities · Balcony/terrace (most) · Cable/satellite TV · DVD player · Hairdryer · Telephone Wifi (fee may apply )
Resort Amenities · Bar · Business center · Massage services (fee) · Pool (outdoor) · Restaurant
A Pacific Paradise in Mexico. The sister cities of Zihuatanejo and Ixtapa could not be more radically different. While Ixtapa has the hustle and bustle of a high-traffic tourist destination, Zihuatanejo still possesses the quaint qualities of its small-town roots. Zihuatanejo, or Zihua as it’s affectionately called, is full of beautiful beaches, friendly people and an easygoing lifestyle. Once a sleepy fishing village, Zihuatanejo is now a thriving vacation destination which has retained its historic charm, even as it has grown in popularity. At its heart is the waterfront walkway, Paseo del Pescador (Fisherman's Path) where narrow cobblestone streets hide wonderful local restaurants, bars, boutiques and local artisan studios. Fishermen meet every morning on the beach to sell their catch of the day and at night, young lovers and families stroll carefree along the romantic waterfront sidewalk.
Popular Attractions Playa Las Gatas Cats Beach is on the opposite side of the bay from town and only accessible by boat. Its the most popular snorkeling beach in Zihuatanejo and colorful tropical fish can be seen along the man-made breakwater, as well as the abundant coral and sea urchins. At the far end of the beach surfing is possible and a path leads to the lighthouse on the point of the bay.
Playa La Ropa The name “Clothes Beach” refers to the sinking of a merchant ship near the bay during colonial times. Its cargo of fine silks, belts, cloaks and fabrics from Bombay washed up here. This beach is considered the best for swimming as there are very few waves. There is a very small fenced estuary which is home to several crocodiles. They have lived here for years and are well-fed by the local restaurants, although they are still wild creatures.
Barra de Potosí This tiny fishing village hosts a lagoon area containing a large mangrove estuary. Birdwatching and kayaking are popular here. The lagoon opens to the ocean and the beaches contain many "enramadas" – palm-thatched shelters – decorated with colorful paper or plastic cutouts, especially during the Christmas season. They serve the freshest seafood and offer hammocks, perfect for taking a siesta during a long day at the beach. It is a very popular place with Mexican families especially on Sundays.