Las Alamandas Pool

The Costalegre resort Las Alamandas is located on 1,500 acres of a lush private retreat along the beautiful, pristine Mexican Pacific coast and between the resort cities of Manzanillo and Puerto Vallarta. Its four secluded private beaches are certainly part of the charm of the resort, and the Las Alamandas pool adds an extra touch of idyllic luxury. Sixty feet long, the freshwater pool is set in an oasis of lawns, gardens, and swaying palm trees directly alongside the main Las Alamandas beach. It's equipped with massage jets, and it boasts cushioned sun beds and shaded lounges. King-size hammocks are strung across the lawns under palapa (thatched) umbrellas. The pool and its surroundings provide an unrivaled view of the mountainous coastline, waves lapping on the beach, and the sparkling blue of the sea beyond.

Next to the Las Alamandas pool is the Beach Club, an oversize palapa, a thatched structure, open to the ocean breezes and designed by noted Mexican architect Manuel Mestre, who also designed several Puerto Vallarta luxury hotels and private homes. Here is a shaded lounge and bar serving cool drinks and casual light lunches—with bathing attire welcome. Boogie boards are available here, in case you want to abandon the pool for a dip in the ocean. The pool of the Costalegre resort Las Alamandas is the perfect accent for this tropical paradise.

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