Plaza Las Gaviotas

Address: Miguel de la Madrid Hurtado, Manzanillo, Pacific Coast, 28869, Mexico | Hotel
Photo of Plaza Las Gaviotas Manzanillo
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

Travel Blogs from Manzanillo

Mexico City, Mexico 21st Aug - 25th Aug

A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld on Aug 21, 2013

24 photos

... through it. We also climbed up to the top of the pyramids, one of them (The Pyramid of the Sun) is the third biggest pyramid in the world – fantastic view from the top!

The City

We stayed in centro historico which is where the city started. The architecture around the whole of the city center was amazing – we spent a lot of time looking up! There is a main plaza which is supposed to be ...

Tourist Week in Mexico

A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on Feb 02, 2013

This week, Dale and Val Abernathy had the "experience" of staying in my freezing cold home, sleeping in my tiny bedroom and driving with my mom and me through scary parts of Mexico was awesome!
They bore the whole week with good grace ;-) and all in all we had a fabulous time together.

Our week was very busy, since there is a lot to see and it takes a long time to get anywhere, but it was a nice opportunity to be a tourist and visit areas I have been meaning ...

Mexico - City of Mexico

A travel blog entry by leanne.baker on Aug 18, 2012

37 photos

... and being dragged back off again. Once this was over, the band came on and parade around before the generals arrive and the soldiers start to lower the flag. It was great fun to watch and was probably my number one thing to do in Mexico City.

Our final night was spent in the rooftop bar sipping our final cheap Coronas, we did try to order a Coca Cola but they were twice the price of beer so thought better of it.


City of Culture, Churches, Synagogues & Streetlife

A travel blog entry by jmabro on Dec 15, 2011

74 photos

... this giant, 7 storey building, with 164 or more beds, was a definite exception. On the top floor was a kitchen with a balcony overlooking the main square, excellent coffee on tap all day long. While there were few English speaking travellers (they apparently mostly stay in the safer, trendier suburbs - I think they are missing out), there was a great bunch of South American musicians who we chatted with, cooked dinner around each other, and were all late night owls enjoying our ...

Peach & Mint Cooler, Plane Etiquette & Mexico City

A travel blog entry by alexandbea on Jul 18, 2011

20 photos

... someone going into a fish and chip shop and saying..."what's this?"..."fish"...."what's that?"..."chips"...but they laughed, and put up with us trying to communicate via a Spanish/English dictionary...thanks Auntie Maureen and Uncle Andrew!

All of the time we had been working our way to get to Mexico, then we arrived, and forgot that we actually have to travel now, and so we realised that it was time to think about making a move, made our way to the bus station ...

Other places to stay in Manzanillo