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Las Hadas By Brisas
Ranked #3 of 51 Hotels in Manzanillo
Reviewed 1 February 2014

just returned from a week stay at las hadas . reading prior reviews helped in knowing what the resort was all about!
this is a small resort but with many levels and steps. we did ok. but would not be good for people with mobility issues.
built 40 years ago, this resort was well maintained with a lot of upgrades going on. the entire resort is being repainted...what a task. and looks beautiful as the progress unfolds.
Quiet is the key word at this resort. there is no night life. no activites at pool area. however it is a perfect spot to get away and just relax.!
small beach area with drink and food service right to your chair! pool area was well taken care of by the plentiful staff, waiters were great!
it was nice to have the dolfinos restaurant for lunch and dinner, buffet as well as menue every day! my girlfriend recommends the mahi mahi.
with our package - the bries beach club ( worth the extra 100.00 per person) we got an awesome suiet. with a balcony 60' long. room 1506. stunning views. worth the walk if you can handle being on a higher floor. golf carts will give u a ride if needed.
room service was great. we had breakfast every morning ! just tip the staff, they deserve it!
a 1/2 hr walk to town, neat shops and food.
if you want a little party life go on the sunset cruise on wed. nights. great views and booze. the big boat is the one you want...not small boat!
we had free wifi in room and all around pool and lobby area, just see conceiers to set up code for you! all in all a great quiet place with good food and great service. make sure you understand what's included in your package as there are many packages available on the resort...somewhat confusing! they make you sign for everything you order...drinks...food...room service. just there way of keeping track I guess.
taxi rides are very cheap -5 u.s gets you into town. for nightlife taxi into town a 5 minute ride. lots of bars and restaurants that are cheap.

Room Tip: room 1506 was spectacular! massive 60' terrace. with separate master bedroom with French doors i...
  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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Alejandrina N, Director General at Las Hadas By Brisas, responded to this reviewResponded 23 February 2014

Thank you for taking the time to share with us your comments and specially the attention to detail of your description regarding your recent stay at Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina Manzanillo.

We are taking your feedback to make some adjustments in our most important departments such as Food & Beverage and Entertainment.

I hope to have the opportunity to personally meet you in your next stay in which I am sure will improve your perception fully.

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Reviewed 23 January 2014

Gorgeous old resort with immaculate grounds. Was in Club Brisas in 500 block so stairs weren't too bad. Talked to one couple on top of the hotel who said the elevator had no lights so glad I wasn't there. Wouldn't recommend this hotel if you have mobility issues. Also not a great resort for kids due to safety issues. Booked ocean view but was more of a peekaboo view. Large suite needed thorough cleaning in nooks and crannys as did spacious deck. A powerwash was in order. Super relaxing hotel but too quiet at night. Would be nice if they opened the spa(best massage ever) or had something every night to look at after dinner. 80s videos in the lobby seemed to just scare people off! lol
Chairs on the beach were horribly uncomfortable. Pool ones were fine. Serge at adult pool was very nice but never came around to get us drinks like they did at the main pool. Pool maintance guy was very friendly, educating us about the iguanas on the pool lsland.
Had a couple of good drinks but nothing special. Would be nice if they used real fruit.
One restaurant open for breakfast, burger place on beach for lunch as well as Delphines. Got sick of ordering a large meal for lunch when I just wanted to get back to the pool. Would be nice if they set up a sandwich bar at the beach where you could just quickly grab something small. Dinners got a little repetative at Delphines and few desserts to choose from. Fancy restaurant was ok but you can only eat there every 3 days. There is a Mexican restaurant that wasn't open but looked like it had beautiful views. Would have been nice if it was open just for a change in the week. Beach BBQ night was in the breakfast place which filled it with smoke. No BBQ sauce on chicken or beef. My chicken was barely luke warm. Didn't eat it due to temp. Some of the staff were great, others looked like they didn't want to be there. Bathroom behind Delphines had a leaky toilet and no hand soap. I think it was a staff bathroom.
Did the sunset cruise for $65 through activities center. Very small boat with dinner at Marina. Was fun and saw some dolphins. Of course this was on the only night they had entertainment. The Mexican Fiesta night.
Took a taxi to the little mall. Was pricey. Walked for about an hour along the strip. Ran across a couple of casinos. (should have done that one night) and an international market by Walmart with 0 pressure to buy. Refreshing. It's only there until Feb 19th I believe.

This hotel has the potential to be a real winner, management just has to figure out how to get it there. Maybe they need to visit a few 5* all inclusives themselves to pick up some tips.

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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Alejandrina N, Director Comercial at Las Hadas By Brisas, responded to this reviewResponded 6 February 2014

Thank you for taking the time to share with us your comments and specially the attention to detail of your description regarding your recent stay at Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina Manzanillo.

We sincerely apologize for not meeting all of your expectations about the hotel and our service. We always strive to provide good quality service to our guests from the very beginning throughout the whole stay.

We will take your feedback to make some adjustments in our most important departments such as Food & Beverage and Entertainment.

I hope to have the opportunity to personally meet you in your next stay in which I am sure will improve your perception fully.

Jorge Garibay / General Manager

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Reviewed 20 January 2014

Cathy and I recently returned to Las Hadas for the tenth time. We were greeted by many familiar faces, both staff and guests. The staff, as usual, provided the same wonderful service as we had in all our previous visits. Gracias! And for anyone visiting Las Hadas, please remember to tip generously. The economy in Mexico has not been that great for a few years and believe me, tips are appreciated by the staff. Even though mi 'espanol es indecente', the staff applauds the effort if you try to speak a little Spanish. Give it a whirl, you'll see what I mean. And remember, no line-ups and no getting up at 6 am to put a towel on a chaise lounge at Las Hadas.

The hotel looked wonderful with it's fresh coat of paint. The waterfalls were working and the tile had been repaired somewhat in the main pool. The weather was sunny and clear around 30 degrees for the entire two weeks. We were given Room 1100 above the square and enjoyed a wonderful view of the bay and its surroundings, as well as beautiful sunrises. I hope we can get this room again next year.

A couple of nights we wandered over to the Bistro and Pasta Restaurants by the Marina to try the food. It was fabulous. Several guests commented on Legazpi's Restaurant and said it was enjoyable. We did not try it this time. The theme nights were well prepared and well presented to the MANY hotel guests, most of which were Canadian. Delphines was great, the buffets exceptionally good, and the "any way you want it" shrimp was a big hit. Breakfast at El Palmar was its usual fantastic.

A couple of hiccups to mention were the excavation across the bay with it's continuous machine work and the changes to the menu. Over the years we have seen many changes to the food at this resort. The days of fish skewers and shrimp cocktails at the pool are gone. Carpachhio, coconut shrimp, seafood dinner for two and whole snapper are non-existent. Buffets seem to be the norm but there are no specialties on the menu. In the past there were extra charges for some dishes and believe me, they were worth it. I hope they come back.

From what I heard the new Manager of the hotel is doing a good job. Staff seem a lot happier than our last visit in January 2013. Perhaps Las Hadas is turning a corner and returning to it's former glory. The menu changes, I'm sure and I hope, are not far behind. It is a wonderful, magical place and we'll be back again.

Room Tip: 900, 1000 and 1100 levels are great and close to everything.
  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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Alejandrina N, Director Comercial at Las Hadas By Brisas, responded to this reviewResponded 6 February 2014

Thank you very much for your comments in regards to your stay at Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina Manzanillo, we appreciate the recognition of our staff efforts to provide quality and friendly service, we are glad that you have enjoyed your stay with us.

We also appreciate the valuable information in regards to your stay, we will take all of this information to continue renewing and constantly improve. We will find a way to offer you a great experience to show you our appreciation on your next visit.

Once again, thank you for taking the time to share your comments with Trip Advisor’s community

Jorge Garibay / General Manager

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Reviewed 19 January 2014

We recently returned from a great week at the Las Hadas Resort and wanted to say thanks to some of the staff who made our vacation extra special.

Pedro at the front desk was polished, professional, helpful and friendly: despite his impeccable English, he was willing to converse in Spanish with me, knowing I wanted the practice. When we needed more notepads for my girl's homework, he spent 20 minutes searching for some even when the office supplies were locked up. While waiting, I overheard him remembering the number of a room he had given to guest who couldn't remember it herself. Bravo Pedro.

One of the hardest working people at Las Hadas had to be the young man at the beach who delivered matresses, rearranged chairs, hauled kayaks and cleaned up after everyone, with a smile.

Enrique, the poolside bartender, would make whatever drink you wanted, how you wanted it and always with a smile. Armando, Jorge and the other poolside staff worked like crazy to get guests what they wanted: a request for guacamole, salsa Mexicana and anything on the Snack Bar menu sent them across the property to get it, "Para servirle".

In contrast, the staff at the Snackbar weren't willing to walk even half the distance the pool guys had to to get guacamole or salsa mexicana as it was "not on the menu". The bartender scowled when given a special request for making a drink. Consequently, I might recommend eating poolside and tipping those hard workers very well -- although the shade and the fountain in the Snackbar are so very relaxing.

The food, service and environment at Los Delfines were very good! We especially appreciated the offer of fresh shrimp at two dinners. The soups were also outstanding.

I have always found non-motorized watersports to be included in an "all inclusive", 2.5 to 5 stars, so I was surprised when I was told we would have to pay extra to use the kayaks. I am hoping Las Hadas will change their policy asap to include kayak use for all their "levels" of all inclusive.

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled with family
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Alejandrina N, Director Comercial at Las Hadas By Brisas, responded to this reviewResponded 6 February 2014

Thank you very much for your comments in regards to your stay at Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina Manzanillo, we appreciate the recognition of our staff efforts to provide quality and friendly service, we are glad that you had enjoyed your stay with us.

We also appreciate the valuable information in regards to your stay, we will take this information to make sure it does not happen again, please take our apologies and hopefully on your next visit, we will find a way to offer you a great experience to show you our appreciation.

Jorge Garibay / General Manager

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Reviewed 15 January 2014

This by far was the quietest and most laid back resort that we have been to. No line ups,no pedlars, no rush to get chairs at pool, ect. The a la carte Legazpi (long pants & closed toe shoes for guys) was really good and we booked all 3 nights it was open to us. The food everywhere was great although the beef could be hit and miss except the beef filet at Legazpi was awesome. One thing you should bring are some good walking sandals or runners, lots of steps and inclines. With having said that it wasn't that bad kind of tricks you into a little exercise. If you want a fantastic workout walk to the Saturday market over the mountain otherwise go around the golf course. This resort was really busy the 2-3 weeks previous with Christmas & New Years so that is why it may have been this quiet. Very little nightly entertainment, Mexican night and the Beach party was it. This is not a adults only so there are families here with little children and teenage children. Lots of Sea Urchins on the beach and in the water. Red flags were up all week, just had to be a little careful.

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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Alejandrina N, Director Comercial at Las Hadas By Brisas, responded to this reviewResponded 29 January 2014

Thank you ver much for sharing your experience with Trip Advisor community, your comets are very important to us. We will share them with our team, we are very happy to hear that you had the quietest and most laid back vacation,

We look forward to receiving you in the near future and meet you personally

Sincerely,

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Reviewed 14 January 2014

We had been there 3 times last year, so we knew the hotel but this time it was a complete disappointment.
The main problem was the rooms 1403,1404,1405, they were far from everything, they smelled bad and weren´t very clean but the worst was the noise, they were just in front the engine room, so you couldn´t really open the balcony door, and even closed you could still hear the noise from the machines working, instead of the ocean. (notice we didn´t pay less than the prior times, on the contrary it was far more expensive because of the holidays)
We had endless problems like the door lock didn´t work and they changed it at 9 pm even though they already knew about it at 4 pm when we got there.
There weren´t enough towels in the rooms nor at the beach.
Our room was not clean at 5 pm.
The food choices were poor.
We tried contacting the manager the 4 days we were there and he was never available.
How they handled the problems was a problem itself.
I tried contacting them through their website and still no answer.
Really a bad experience.

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled with family
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Alejandrina N, Director Comercial at Las Hadas By Brisas, responded to this reviewResponded 29 January 2014
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Antes que nada, agradecemos sus valiosos comentarios en relación a su ultima estancia con nosotros, afortunadamente tuve la oportunidad de platicar con usted y ofrecerle una disculpa en nombre de nuestro equipo y el mío propio, en especial por el hecho que no se me haya contactado cuando preguntaron por mi, estoy trabajando con el equipo para asegurar en todo momento nuestra disposición de puertas abiertas las 24 horas.

Me reitero a sus apreciables ordenes y me gustaría, si nos dan la oportunidad en el futuro de poder tomar personalmente su reservación, asegurar que su estancia sea impecable, cambiando la percepción que percibió en su ultima estancia,

Jorge Garibay
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Reviewed 8 January 2014

Las Hadas is a once grand and beautiful resort that will lose its foothold in the industry very soon if they don't get their poor management situation under control. We had a wonderful vacation and there were definitely some stand out moments of excellence, but it's obvious that the employees who really want to work hard and do their job are at a loss for consistent and proper guidance. This was evident in the lack of employee knowledge and the many inconsistencies we experienced.

When we arrived, we were told that our room was not ready, but would be within the hour so we decided to go to the Brisas Beach Club Pool, which was part of our room category that we had booked through Transat and included a plunge pool on the terrace. When we got to the BBC pool wearing our wristbands, we explained that we hadn't checked in yet, but our room was 804 and that we were just having a drink while we waited. We were told that 804 was not a BBC room. We urged on that we had definitely booked a BBC room with a plunge pool. It was then pointed out to us on the map that there was no pool in the room. Sure enough: the map did not show 804 as having a pool. So we went back to the front desk to find out what was going on.

They assured us that there WAS a pool, but the map just didn't show it and that we were booked in under the BBC plan. Apparently there was a man in our room whose flight had been delayed and he refused to check out of the room. This should not have been our problem, nor should we have had to worry about it. Eventually, after we spoke to the Transat rep, things were straightened out and we had our beautifully appointed room with the pool.

We enjoyed many romantic sunrises from this room and because of the view our vacation was made much more enjoyable.

No one had any idea what was going on for any of the evening activities. We saw a bunch of tables being set up in one of the many lovely courtyards. It looked like the Mexican Fiesta night that I had seen pictures of here on Trip Advisor. It was 3 pm and we asked the concierge what was being set up and was it the Mexican Fiesta night. She said no, the Mexican night was at the Snack bar on the beach and handed us a BBC pamphlet that we had not received upon check in. and it was the fourth day of our vacation. This mattered little, since most of the information was incorrect. We pointed to the map and told her that they were setting up tables in The Plaza, she insisted that the Mexican night was at the beach, as Oasis. We went there, and there was nothing set up, and when we went back to the Plaza, we were told that the Mexican Night had started already and was indeed, right there.

Each night, no matter who we asked, everyone seemed to have differing misinformation about what was happening at the resort. This was clearly because management hadn't taken any time to brief the staff on anything.

Each time we ordered room service, they argued on the phone that we had to pay cash. We told them that the Transat BBC package included 24 hour room service and each time they either put us on hold or transferred us to the front desk. Eventually, we were able to place an order, but often times we received the wrong things. Once, there was no cutlery. I didn't tell my boyfriend but on our first room service order I scooped up some salsa and got a chunk of thick glass in my mouth. He would have freaked. But I was thankful that I hadn't swallowed it or cut my mouth and embarrassed for the resort so I kept quiet (I hope he doesn't read this.)

Two days in a row we had no towels in the room. The first day we didn't notice until after our morning shower and just used our small travel towels. That evening when the room was cleaned, there were still no towels. We called down for them and when someone arrived it was clear that they were lurking for a tip. Really? We had already tipped the maid in the morning and we're expected to tip another person for a job that wasn't done correctly in the first place? The right hand had no idea what the left hand was doing but was all too eager to collect some dough for it.

I also had a rather greedy waiter try to pull 100 pesos from my hand as a breakfast tip. I was holding the bill in my hand and had enclosed a 20 peso tip inside from the lot of 20s I had in my hand. Another guest whom we had become acquainted with came over for a chat and before I even put the bill down, I felt someone tugging at it, trying to pry away the bill fold and my extra money.

Down Boy. You brought me a coffee and cleared two plates. I'm a generous tipper, but WOW!

There were however some shining points. One day, we accidentally left our safe open and the maid reported it to security when discovered it. Security actually tracked us down in Los Delfines where we were having lunch to let us know about the incident. When we returned to the room and found everything still there and a security guard standing watch, we were both impressed and relieved.

Speaking of Los Delfines, we loved this place. The waiters were fabulous and always made us tons of great drinks and we almost always had our favourite seat by the water. We were surprised, however, to discover that they had a menu and not just the buffet. We learned this on our second last day and on our last night we had the Octopus Tostadas, which were a fabulous combination of textures and flavours. The Seafood Bisque was beyond words--so subtle and delicious. Unfortunately almost all the entrees that we had off any of the menus were heavily over seasoned. The tuna I ordered was perfectly cooked and delicious, but was overwhelmed by the thick layer of Cajun Seasoning that it was prepared in. The Crispy Shrimp at Legazpi had far too much sesame on it for me. If it's fresh, it shouldn't have all that stuff on it as it just ruins the beauty of the seafood, itself. The whole artichoke was show stopping.

Overall, I was impressed with most of the food here. Especially since I love Mexican food. They even had Menudo on the buffet one morning, which is a Mexican Tripe soup that is supposed to sure a hangover. I was excited to try it and loved the broth, but I've decided that trip may not be my thing. Pozole was out of this world! In fact, all of the soups we had were outstanding. Fruit was ripe and fresh-- much better than any I've had at resorts in the Mayan Riviera. Pasta was never good, but I don't come to Mexico for pasta. My partner has more continental tastes than I do, and he still enjoyed everything.

White wine was drinkable, but I did not try the red.

Serge, at the Brisas Pool makes amazing Bloody Caesars and Margaritas on the rocks.

There were many Mexican families at the resort, for their Holiday week. We didn't mind this but it proved to be a problem for some others. It's Mexico. It's their country. If kids are an issue for you, it might be wise to avoid many of the Manzanillo hotels during the Mexican holidays and you can look up on line when they are. But generally, Mexicans flock here with their families and it can be overwhelming for those who are not into that sort of family scene.

Beach was nice. Lots of Sea Urchins, but that's not the resort's fault and they worked hard to remove them from the shallow water.

Also curious why El Terral, the magnificent Mexican restaurant is sadly abandoned at the top of the resort. With it's soaring views and unique layout it made us sad to see such a lovely space go to waste. There were also many waterfalls and other landscaping details that were not in use. The resort was still beautiful, but this place isn't even trying to be a 4 star.

I know that I've been very detailed in this review, as I've worked in the hospitality industry for a long time and I am both sympathetic to the plights of the hotel owners but also unwaveringly critical of the ways in which they could improve. In hospitality, it's all about the little things.

Would you have a bad time here? I doubt it. Unless your vacation is easily spoiled by things not running exactly to plan. But I feel it's only fair to point out the ways in which this place could improve.

Because it really could.

It could be an amazing place.

  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled as a couple
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Alejandrina N, Director Comercial at Las Hadas By Brisas, responded to this reviewResponded 29 January 2014

We appreciate your attention to detail in all aspects of your stay, for us this is a most valuable information as to opportunities to improve in our operation, we are working every day in the training of our staff and the importance of communication and information between the team. Unfortunately on high season we have some guests that check out later than what we have established and this affects future stays, we would have made a change of rooms but we wanted to provide the BBC with a Plunge pool, which I am sure you have enjoyed, which is one of our most demanded accommodations.

Once again I thank you for your valuable comments and if you should visit us again, please contact me personally to arrange your accommodations and assure that you have a memorable stay,

Sincerely,

Jorge Garibay | General Manager

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Address: Avenida Vista Hermosa s/n | Peninsula de Santiago, Manzanillo 28867, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Pacific Coast > Colima > Manzanillo
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#2 Top resorts Hotel in Manzanillo
#2 Spa Hotel in Manzanillo
#2 Luxury Hotel in Manzanillo
#2 On the Beach Hotel in Manzanillo
#4 Romantic Hotel in Manzanillo
Price Range: £66 - £136 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Las Hadas By Brisas 4*
Number of rooms: 232
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A Manzanillo resort and marina with accommodations and a variety of amenities. This hotel features wedding venues, a golf course, romantic dining and event space in Mexico. ... more   less 
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