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Hacienda Eden

At a Glance

    Pros

  • nice beach that's good for swimming
  • great restaurant
  • boutique with unique items
  • great hosts

    Cons

  • only a few of the suites have air-conditioning and fridges
  • place books up far in advance
  • closed during peak surfing season

Hacienda Eden Review

Gorgeous views of Manzanillo Bay, a beach that has both a nice point break and calmer areas for swimming, and large, cheerful rooms have earned Hacienda Eden a loyal following. The property, which is surrounded by palm trees and gardens, has a two-story house with ocean-view rooms and hammock-filled terraces; one-room ocean-facing bungalows with patios; and newer air-conditioned suites that can accommodate families. Throughout, you'll see beamed ceilings, Talavera tile details, and splashes of purple, yellow, and turquoise. The restaurant is one of the best on the beach.

    Hotel Details

  • 6 rooms, 6 suites, 4 bungalows.
  • No credit cards.
  • Closed May–Nov.

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