Hotel Marbella

Address: Calle Marbella # 7 , Manzanillo, Pacific Coast, 28218, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Calle Marbella # 7 , Manzanillo, is near Barra Navidad, El Centro, Isla Navidad Golf Course, and Malecon.
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Travel Blogs from Manzanillo

DAY 17. MANZANILLO, MEXICO.

A travel blog entry by piperwg on Oct 01, 2014

12 photos

From the Ship's Log: "Despite a rather brief history as a Mexican Riviera resort destination, the local community has remained true to its roots without succumbing to mainstream franchise-ridden touristy malceovers. Instead, Manzanillo does a fine job of maintaining its lush tropical geography and pueblo-like vibrantly coloured houses cascading down its verdant hillsides. The local vibe is alive at the town's waterfront "zocalo" where the city's ...

Coconutz RV Park

A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge on Sep 28, 2014

3 comments, 23 photos

... We are not even open and have already been getting requests for reservations. Cuytlan is located 30 miles south of Manzanillo Mexico's largest seaport. Also Cuyutlan is the closest beach from Guadalajara Mexico's second largest city with a population of 4 million. A toll road runs the entire length making it a quick safe and easy drive.

Two noted tourist attractions located in Cuyutlan are the Tortugario ...

With Pat and Gail in Manzanillo

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Dec 27, 2013

59 photos

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We continued on to Comila where we stopped and had a coffee in a little roadside 'Tim Hortons'. This coffee was the real deal though, grown in plantations in this area.

Not far away was the city of Colima. Years ago, we had been here and not much had changed. It is still a lovely colonial city with a fairly laid back feeling to it. As usual, I find it hard to believe that only 30 years after 'Colombus sailed the ocean blue', the spanish ...

Semana Santa in San Patricio Melaque Mexico

A travel blog entry by luluandal on Apr 01, 2013

29 photos

... electric, and offers sites at very reasonable price of $50 pesos per day or $1,300 pesos a month (about $100 U.S. dollars). So, we have dubbed this area as Melaque’s "BEVERLY HILL", the RV park with a MILLION DOLLAR VIEW FOR $100.

Unfortunately, with such an affordable price, comes a high demand. And, it seemed that every Mexican RVer, probably all 6 of them, and most Mexican tent campers, about 500 of them, have all decided to come to ...

Manzanillo, Mexico

A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Sep 27, 2011

7 photos

... on the corn chips, and a plate of corn chips with some beef, lettuce & cheese. Okay. Whatever. It was too hot to eat anyway.

We ordered beer (cerveza pronounced sir-vase-uh) and they wanted to know which brand? I said Corona and you would have thought I had ordered a non-Mexican beer. Uh. No. Not available. The guide explained there were two cerveza plants in Mexico – one being Bohemia and the other Corona. Bohemia is the GOOOOOOD stuff ...