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Casa Delfín Sonriente

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  • Practical Base

The House of the Smiling Dolphin was one of the first hotels in Troncones, and it remains a small, family-friendly place with a bright...

Casa Ki

  • $$
  • Local Flavor

Each bungalow at this homey haven has a patio with hammocks, table, and chairs, and there's also a house with a full kitchen, two bedrooms,...

Casa Solana

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  • Casual Chic

This new seven-room B&B is one of the more remote in Zihuatanejo, and the location has its plusses (tranquillity, sweeping bay views)...

Catalina Beach Resort

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  • Practical Base

There's a B-movie quality to this old hotel, constructed in an angular 1960s style and now surrounded by tall trees and thick vegetation;...

La Quinta de Don Andrés

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  • Casual Chic

Though the namesake owner of this small, sharp hideaway overlooking Playa Madera passed away in 2005, the family has stayed true to the...

Majahua Palms

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  • Casual Chic

This hotel about 6 km (4 miles) north of Troncones is best suited to travelers who want seclusion; there are few neighboring hotels.

Tres Mujeres

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  • Local Flavor

This small, cheerful beachfront boutique hotel owned by a mother and her two daughters sits right in the center of town, across from...

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