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Luxury and Boutique Hotels in Costalegre and Colima

Las Alamandas

Las Alamandas Resort is located midway between Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo along the famed “Costalegre” region of Jalisco Mexico’s Pacific Coast. Managed as an elegant, private estate where guests are accorded the highest standards of hospitality, this exclusive beachfront hideaway is situated on over 1,500 acres of pristine tropical Paradise with only six villas accommodating a maximum of 30 guests.

Las Alamandas, Costalegre, Jalisco, Mexico


El Tamarindo

The famed El Tamarindo beach and golf resort offers the ultimate in luxury, amidst the natural beauty and bounty of Mexico´s Pacific Coast. Gently nestled along two miles of private beach and set within a 2,040-acre nature preserve, El Tamarindo offers a resort experience that many liken to paradise.

El Tamarindo, Costalegre, Jalisco, Mexico

An ideal destination for those looking to escape the hectic world and reconnect with themselves, El Tamarindo features 29 spacious villas with private gardens and plunge pools and 3 sumptuous private four-bedroom casas that afford privacy while still providing complete hotel pampering services. Indoor and outdoor living spaces blend seamlessly with an understated elegance, designed to put the mind, body and soul at ease.


Rancho Cuixmala

This ecologically inspired ranch has views to die for, plus massage and birding. The owners are happy to give guests a tour of the property at no extra cost. Relaxation and communing with nature are what this 12-acre, thorn-forest retreat (in owner Mercedes Gargallo Chavez’s family since the 19th century) is all about; cell phones don’t work and there’s no TV. The luxurious indoor-outdoor home on a cliff overlooking the ocean is lovely and belies the modest price. Guests share the common spaces: living room, dining room, kitchen, and outdoor patio.

Rahcno Cuixmala and Casas Azul, Costalegre, Jalisco, Mexico


Hacienda de San Antonio

Colima is a charming town with a 19th century Moorish-style arcade on the main square dotted with small restaurants and craft shops. 40 minutes from Colima and nestled at the foothills of a volcano is the spectacular Hacienda de San Antonio, a gracious 19th century hacienda and working 5000 acre cattle ranch and coffee plantation.

Hacienda de San Antonio, Colima, Mexico

The Hacienda houses 26 luxurious suites, decorated with paintings, tapestries and hand-woven carpets. Wander through the gardens at sunrise, cool off in the 115ft swimming pool, or go horse riding in the late afternoon alongside lakes filled with tropical birds.

The sister property of Cuixmala on the Pacific coast is just a few hours away. A visit to both of these spectacular hotels gives you a chance to experience this unexplored area of Mexico in unparalleled luxury.



This spectacularly secluded resort lies in an estate covering 25,000 acres and includes the ecologically important Chamela-Cuixmala Biosphere Reserve.

Cuixmala, Costalegre, Jalisco, Mexico

Cuixmala was once the private hideaway of Sir James Goldsmith, and is still owned and managed by the Goldsmith family. Those looking for exclusivity, privacy and exceptional service can take their pick of the nine casitas (sleeping from two to six people) or the fabulous fully-staffed villas including La Loma, Goldsmith’s former residence.


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