When you hear about Las Alamandas, you think about a romantic boutique hotel inMexico. Situated on the Mexican Riviera, in the south of Puerto Vallartaand in the north of Manzanillo, it is an intimate retreat created by Isabel Goldsmith-Patino , the granddaughter of the Bolivian Tin King Don Antenor.
Once you see this place, you have the impression of finding yourself in front of a private paradise, with exotic trees, palms, flowers, wild birds, lagoons and long white-sand beaches. Nothing compares to this luxury retreat, an example of elegance, a perfect space where guests are received according to the highest standards of hospitality.
The private estate includes private beaches, lawn, gardens, private estuaries, hicking and biking trails, which offer whatever you might think of. The pale yellow paths, decorated with stone mosaics and all sorts of flowers definitely make you think this is how heaven must look like. However, not only the landscapes are the image of perfection and beauty, also the Mexican interiors inspired with yellow, pink or brightly colored sofas, cushions and all sorts of decorative objects animate the fairy-tale atmosphere.
The four existing restaurants and bars provide everything your heart might desire; everything around makes you see the beauty and exotic air the entire place breathes. Nothing compares to the charm and elegance you encounter in this world corner, which seems to exist in order to enchant people’s eyes and soul and make us aware of the uniqueness of this universe.