Las Hadas By Brisas
- Golf Course
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Located in Manzanillo (Peninsulas de Santiago), Las Hadas By Brisas is convenient to Playa La Audiencia and Las Hadas Golf Course. This 4-star resort is within close proximity of Riviera Casino and Playa Olas Altas.
Make yourself at home in one of the 232 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have showers and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and coffee/tea makers.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Practice your swing on the golf course and enjoy other recreational amenities, such as an outdoor pool and a spa tub. Additional amenities at this resort include wireless Internet access (surcharge) and gift shops/newsstands.
Food & Drink
Grab a bite at one of the resort’s 3 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Relax with a refreshing drink from a poolside bar or one of the 3 bars/lounges.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Event facilities at this resort consist of conference space and meeting rooms.
How to Get There
Amazing stretch of private beach with a marina next to it. Good breakfast, lunch, and dinner at Los Delfines Restaurant. The pool is very nice with a swim up bar and a snack bar next to it. There is also a private pool with a bar on route to Los Delfines Restaurant, but you are only allowed to use it if you stay 2 or more nights. The bell hops were very welcoming and check-in staff at the reception were fantastic. Thank you Mariana and Javier! There was a guy playing the guitar in the lobby bar and he was very good. We got a better rate for the hotel through aggregators than at the front desk or on their website.
We did the all inclusive option for $120US more for both of us. The food was great, but the drinks are awful. We tried various drinks and in the end, we stuck to beer. There are many drinks and liquor not included in the all inclusive so make sure you read through the list of drinks that are included before you pay. There are also certain foods not included (steaks and lobster). Most of the bars in the hotel close at 7pm. The only one open until 1AM was the lobby bar. I would not recommend the all inclusive option.
Our room, #209, was very basic, TV, coffee maker, good views to the beach, but the room is not worth the cost. No character at all. Just a plain, uninteresting room. The A/C is extremely loud, the bed not too comfortable, and the mini bar only had 2 waters, 2 sodas, and 2 canned beers (the rest of the drinks in my pictures are stuff we brought), and those drinks in the mini bar are only included with the all inclusive option. Maybe another wing would be better? The room was definitely not reflecting the pictures they present online. Come for the fabulous beach, friendly staff, and good food, but don't expect much more.
We booked through an online site named Expedia. We originally booked for three nights. About half way into our vacation we decided to stay an additional two nights. We went during the off season so this was much more affordable. You will want to get the all inclusive package because the resort is a distance from any other restaurants. Drinks were good service was excellent. The main pool has a swim up bar.We only ate dinner at Las Delphine restaurant and I recommend ordering off the menu if you can because it's better than the buffet. Also dont forget to tip your wait staff. I would go to the front desk and ask for a lot of 20 peso notes for this purpose. The wait staff really rely on your tips and your service gets 100 percent better once you start tipping.
Also try the shows in the evening they are alot of fun and the whole family will enjoy them.
We were very impressed and will be returning soon but this time with the kids.
Since we were in port only for one day, we spent the morning on the Malecon and in old town, which we enjoyed, but for years I had longed to visit Manzanillo's iconic resort where the 1979 film "10" was filmed. It looked so gorgeous on the big screen and it was a favorite of Charlton Heston, Omar Sharif, Lynda Carter, and Charles Bronson in the 1970's-80's. I had to see it! Our AAA travel agent had made reservations for us for lunch, so we took a taxi from old town (a negotiated price of $15) and headed 3.8 miles to the other side of the bay and up into the hills where we had some lovely views of the sea and bays to the north and south of the winding road. When we entered the grounds, Las Hadas looked exactly as I expected it to - great white Moroccoan architecture and rooflines, cobblestones, and terraces. The grounds were beautiful too, with palm trees swaying in the breeze. We inquired at the classy old world lobby about our lunch reservations, but we were very disappointed to learn there was a mixup since they didn't even serve lunch at noon. The concierge said we could go down to the beach and have a bite at the grill and a drink. The facilities are really for guests, we learned, but she was extremely nice and accommodating. She even called a bellhop to take us down a long winding road in a golf cart, pass several rooms, to the beach, where actor Dudley Moore humorously burned his feet on the hot sand. Again, there was a mixup as the waiter didn't want to take our order since we didn't have a room number. He humored us and called someone who apparently told him to serve us whatever we wanted. We decided to just order margaritas (yummy) and relax in comfortable chairs in a cabana for a few hours, watching people on the beach, boats in the bay, and diving pelicans. The views were stunning! We had arranged for the taxi to return to pick us up later; he was right on time and took us back to our cruise ship. We paid him $40 including tip for the trip there and back, as he was great, giving us lots of information about Manzanillo. He said at one time Las Hadas was the only resort there - now there are sooooo many to choose from. But for us, Las Hadas was a perfect Bo Derek 10. Thank you to all the kind staff we encountered there. And thank you to Francisco Valverde Galeana Taxi Service.
My son and I stayed at Las Hadas from March 14 - 21st and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. The resort itself is older but the service and the staff genuinely love their work. The food was delicious and plentiful and the staff were always smiling. It was relatively quiet when we were there and there were no line ups for anything, you could always get a sun lounger by the pool or on the beach, and bar service was quick and good. The rooms, while older, are very well kept and clean and we had a beautiful view of the ocean and could hear the waves from our balcony. We didn't even venture off the resort as everything we wanted was provided and this was just a quiet haven for us. The gym, while small, had cardio equipment and a small selection of weights and 1 multi-gym machine, it was clean and overlooked the pool. The front desk personnel were always helpful and went out of their way to ensure that you had everything you needed. We would definitely return to Las Brisas.
Las Hadas was a very unique experience. The hotel was beautiful. Our room was looking over the pool, we could see the ocean and marina. Beautiful view. Pool opened about 8 so you never had any noise until that time except for the birds who woke up at 7. The food was amazing. We didnt care much for the one buffett by our room but the other one was ok and you could order from the menu. The pizza on the beach was really good too. I really liked the golf course although it was a little dry but i expected that. Tough course with some tricky greens. Fishing/snorkeling was so much fun. We caught 11 fish.
The adult pool was very relaxing. Not many go up there. But i would recommend it.
Shopping was just OK.
Weather was perfect.
Not much else to do but we were at the end of the season.
We would probably go back.