Located in a marvelous place, Hacienda de San Antonio is a veritable palace with beautiful gardens that ring with the tinkling of fountains and the song of birds.

Its beautiful architecture competes with the excellence of its service and the perfection of the décor accompanies the exquisite dishes prepared by chef Daniel, who has invented a fusion of Mexican flavors with the delicacy of French cuisine. Produce is from the “El Jabalí” ranch, near the hacienda, where we visited the coffee plantations, lagoons, cows and goats. It is the ideal place to observe the Volcán de Fuego (Fuego Volcano) releasing its fury with frequent fumaroles, for horseback riding and encountering wild boar, badger and deer.





The hacienda’s salons are an invitation to enjoy peace, the 30-meter (98-foot) swimming pool combines rest and relaxation. In the evening, the gardens and fountains are lit with torches and the salons glimmer, the sky glows with stars and dinner is romantically served in the most unique corners of this beautiful hacienda.

The rooms are large and conquer with their refined décor. The good taste featured in the entire Hacienda is a plus, the staff’s attention is discrete and warm and the service is perfect. The Hacienda de San Antonio, with its rose-ochre tones, lying amidst the coffee plantations and at the foot of the Volcán de Fuego, is a very special, charming seductive place.

Considered one of the 10 best in the world, the Hacienda de San Antonio is an exclusive place that captivates with its beauty and fabulous energy. It is a fascinating, hidden corner of Mexico.




It features a swimming pool, tennis courts, library, TV room and film library, small fitness room, horses, mountain bikes, hikes, coffee plantation tours, excellent service and incomparable luxury.

Located 22 km (13.6 miles) from Comala, near Colima. It has its own landing strip for bimotor, turbo prop and king air B200 planes.    






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Text: Patrick Monney ± Photo: Patrick Monney