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Hotel El Magnifico

At a Glance

    Pros

  • never feels crowded
  • the interior decor is très chic
  • the spaces are large and contemporary
  • children under 15 stay free

    Cons

  • steep spiral staircases and no elevators
  • no restaurant or bar
  • no in-room phones and no way to communicate with reception unless you have a cell phone or rent one here

Hotel El Magnifico Review

You will find a healthy dose of unexpected pleasure `at this stellar, boutique condo-hotel. Coral-stone paths wind you around the exquisite tropical gardens of cacti and orchids at this serene hideaway just a gravel driveway from the dusty, noisy highway into town. The open reception area, backed by an artistic screen, is flanked by a quiet seating area that whispers tranquility. The lush gardens hold a pair each of pools and Jacuzzis. There are five different choices for lodgings, all have different design and ages. For your accommodations, try to get the newest Building 6; the beach- and water views are truly stunning, particularly from the penthouse. Owner Gerhard Hebert is a charming French Canadian, an early surfer who arrived in 1984 and has a following. The exceptionally helpful receptionists speak Spanish, English, French and German.

    Hotel Details

  • 30 units
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 03-12-2014

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