Las Alamandas Rooms

Your Las Alamandas rooms will be found in one of six unique and distinctively furnished villas, all decorated with Mexican folk art. Some are located right on one of the resort's four private beaches, others have ocean views, and some are set in lush tropical gardens. Even if you are not in a villa right on the Las Alamandas beach, it is easy to take a short stroll to find a secluded spot for your sunbathing and swimming—or to take a dip in the large oceanfront freshwater Las Alamandas pool. This resort lives up to reputation of the finest Mexico boutique hotels with the atmosphere of an elegant, private estate. And it is all overseen by the proprietress, Isabel Goldsmith-Patiño, granddaughter of the so-called Bolivian Tin King who developed the exclusive Las Hadas resort in Manzanillo. If you want to stay in one of the best private hotels in Mexico with all the pampering you desire, then Las Alamandas might be is the place for you.

All Las Alamandas rooms are decorated in jewel tones, have high-pitched tile roofs, shaded terraces, ceramic floors, and stone mosaic walkways that wind through lush tropical gardens. Large bathrooms have hand-painted Mexican tiles, oversize tubs and showers, and double sinks. Some villas also have a separate television lounge. Each has a full sized living and dining area that adjoins a private terrace. You feel less like you are in one of the private hotels in Mexico and more like you're in your own elegant home when you stay at Las Alamandas. You'll be able to take advantage of beach activities and water sports such as scuba diving just by walking out your door to the Las Alamandas beach. Or you will find yourself just steps away from the quintessential service of Mexico boutique hotels—champagne for two on your own candlelit terrace. Some villas even have their own rooftop terrace.

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