Architecture inspired by Mayan culture
Junior Suites with sea or garden views
In Mexico there is no shortage of beaches, but on its magnificent coastline of outstanding natural beauty, Manzanillo stands out as a holiday destination. Formed by two bays, this city is an important port that combines vibrant colonial history with its current renown for luxury services and relaxation.
Manzanillo’s past is characterised by a history of adventure and piracy; in contrast its present is all about the white sandy beaches and warm crystal clear waters. The many beaches in the area, with their gentle waves, are a popular choice for a relaxing trip, and as a guest at Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Manzanillo, these trips are accompanied by luxurious facilities and original offerings. For example, exclusive trips to hot springs and diving excursions around the sea bed and a cargo ship which sank in 1959.
In the centre there are plenty of options for entertainment and a range of restaurants with a Mexican flavour. The old town is home to the plaza Jardín Álvaro Obregón, a place full of trees and with views of the ocean which breathes music and life at night. There is also a statue dedicated to the sailfish, typical of the waters of Manzanillo, where a very popular fishing tournament is held every year.
The coasts of Manzanillo are one of the few places in the world where you can observe the phenomenon of the green flash at dusk. But this is not the only reason why this area impresses even the most experienced of travellers: Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Manzanillo top the experience with architecture inspired by the Mayan temples.
The picture perfect setting next to its private beach and spacious tropical gardens, along with the entertainment on offer in the town, create a holiday simply synonymous with relaxation and perpetual enjoyment. For this reason, to find out where to kick off your trip to Mexico, consult hotels in Manzanillo from the Barceló Hotel Group.