Hotel La Posada
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This day was in Manzanillo, was the birthday of my friend Gerardo. He es my friend since i was a child,and he's 18 years old.The party started in the gerardo's home,we ate roast steak with beer.with many friends i enjoyed right there,in the pool and with a big speakers with many good songs.we said some jokes and past stories about us and we was smiling all the time. And in the evening we went to "sunset lounge" and follow the party and enjoy all my ...
... to pay the bill and they hadn't charged us for the beer. When I brought it up with the waitress she said that two ladies at the bar had bought it for us. We went to thank them and offered to reciprocate but they wouldn't have a bar of it. They wanted to celebrate the recognition of Proposition 8 being ruled unconstitutional and now, all those states that recognised gay marriage would have the same federal rights as straight couple. They had just got married! ...
We are one of (4) FOUR gringo RV's here in San Patricio Melaque's "Ejido’s Emiliano Zapata Community Informal RV Campground". I am still not sure what the background is on this park, other than it is part of Mexico’s land reform act which restored land back to peasant and indigenous Mexican citizens that had been stolen from them in the past. The Ejido community has sanctioned this particular property as a campground with limited services, such as water, ...
There was a magnificent sunrise as we entered the port and I was able to get a lot of photos. It is hard to choose the best one, so I may post a couple. Okay. so I cut the 50 down to 4. Manzanillo is a shipping port in Mexico that doesn't get as many tourists as other Mexican cities. They are billed as the Sailfishing Capital of the World and there is a huge statue of a sailfish in the harbor. Surprisingly, we neglected to take a picture of ...
... that. Cool. I reeled in a fish today, this one was tuna, not mahi mahi. I was pretty small though, so we let it go.
I am probably as tan now as I've ever been. And I still have weeks at sea to go. Who knows, maybe I actually will get tan.
Looks like we are going to pull into Manzanillo for fuel today, we are almost there. We were going to weather Hilary there, but it sounds like she is turning out to sea and we won't have to worry about her. So ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel La Posada Manzanillo
We just finished a driving tour of Mexico and stayed at this hotel on the reviews of others in trip advisor. It was a great little place for the price. It is at the end of the hotel strip- so it is quiet. We went during low season- so there were only 2 other couples there. It was great- our room was overlooking the pool and ocean. the owners are very friendly. And the breakfasts are very yummy. I think the hotel needs a bit of sprucing up, some extra security on the doors to the rooms and some improvements in the rooms (bathroom doors, little eating table and chairs. Also- although they say you can't bring your own drinks to the common area- there was never anyone around near the bar to prepare any drinks or order afternoon food- so we had to go out. Overall it was a very nice place to spend our days in Manzanillo- make sure to go to Barra de Navidad- great bargain shopping, and the coco and banana plantations, and don't bother going on the 7km bumpy road to Playa Oro- go straight to Barra de Navidad.
Manzanillo, short vacation.
We stayed at La Posada on the ocean front at the enterance of the comercial ship channel. For the money it is the best value in Manzanillo. The food and drinks are great and very reasonably priced. All rooms face the ocean. Some units are on the 2nd. floor and have a wider few. There is a large pool and a shower to rinse off the sand from the clean sand beach. The Mexican Armada (Navy) basic training vasility is located accross the street from the Hotel. There are 2 Mx. Navy ships ankered in front of the Hotel next to the entrance to the harbor which has container ships, oil tankers and other comercial and pleasure ships comming and going on a Dayly bases from all over the world. We highly recommend this family oriented Hotel and we will stay there again .
Quiet & relaxing
This is indeed a charming little inn with a great location. The breakfasts are good, the lunches (fish sandwiches) are terrific. Staff are attentive and accomodating. Rooms are clean. Location of our room was perfect. Our mattress was not hotel quality. Guests were friendly. Owners Juan & Lisa could have been more accomodating. They were polite when approached, but did not go out of their way to greet us nor to supply us with information.
A beautifully charming little hotel, on the beach. Extremely clean, well kept and a nice little cat to boot. The sunsets are incredible, and it is situated in a very quiet area, hardly anyone on the beach. A nice pool, and very accomadating staff.
From the first contact to make reservations until you, regretfully, have to check out and return home, the La Posada is very relaxing. The owners, Juan & Lisa, have mastered the art of innkeeping. Their staff are very quiet as they go about their jobs with one eye to see if there is something that a guest might need. Our room was very nice - looking right out onto the water and within a very short distance to the beautiful sala. The sala offered games, books, refreshing drinks and a wonderful breakfast. We spent quite a bit of time there and by the pool becoming acquainted with other guests and "absorbing" the relaxing atmosphere. The hotel is located at the end of the road so that there are no traffic noises. Lisa & Juan are very knowledgeable about local restaurants, shops and water sports (and instructors and guides.) My husband & I have traveled in Hawaii and have experienced the meaning of Aloha - Juan & Lisa are instilling that same wonderful, warm feeling into the La Posada. We will definitely be returning.
My friends and I stayed at La Posada en las Brisas a couple of years ago. I am going back this spring. The former owners made us feel completely at home. However, I think that the new owners are doing even better - it that is possible.
I have spent a lot of time in Mexico, but in my opinion, La Posada is
My boyfriend and I recently returned from a fabulous 3-day trip to Manzanillo. We were fortunate enough to stay at a wonderful small inn called "Hotel La Posada." The hotel itself made our stay absolutely perfect. The rooms are very nice with an excellent view of the ocean. The hotel is ideally located feet from the ocean which also seems to be the best beach on Manzanillo. The "innkeepers" Juan and Lisa are great people who interact with their guests regularly to ensure that their stay is of excellent satisfaction as well as their staff. While in Manzanillo, we had a rental car so we were able to view other beaches and hotel locations. Hotel La Posada, above all, would be the best recommendation we would offer if staying in the city of Mazanillo. In regards to the nightlife...after reading many reviews claiming that there was very little nightlife, my boyfriend and I would partially disagree. Each night we were there, there was a place that would have have dancing and music and populated with many people. Colima Bay Cafe would be a recommendation and if you would like to have a romantic evening...the place to go would be a restuarant called La Toscana. This city is a great place to visit...although a "tourist" town, this place still seems to be undiscovered and you will continue to feel that you are vacationing in Mexico.~Chris and Pam
I agree with everything said so far, although for breakfast, I particularly liked the French Toast, bacon and fresh OJ.
I recently stayed at Hotel La Posada during the low season. I decided on La Posada based on their website and other online reviews. I am pleased to say I had a very pleasant experience there.The new owners, Juan & Lisa Martinez, are making a concerted effort to make every guest feel at home and to make it the kind of place you'd return to year after year (if you're that kind of traveler).Although many of the rooms need some upkeep (mine included; paint showing weather & wear) the rooms are clean, comfortable, easily accesible and perfectly adequate.
Nice place out of the way at end of road in brisas area. Older crowd but all are friendly. If you have to be entertained night and day then this is not the place for you. If you enjoy time on the beach and can figue your own way to a resteraunt or to other entertainment stay here. The breakfast is great. The rooms are fair, but you'll not spend much time in the rooms.