Arsenal Bay, Mauritius Island
Río de Janeiro, Brazil
If you are a lover of the sea, fun, ecology and history, Manzanillo, on Mexico’s golden Pacific Coast, is a travel destination par excellence. It is a place to experience a wide range of activities to the maximum, but especially those that involve the sea.
Comala, the “White Town of the Americas,” is very different from the Comala that Juan Rulfo made famous in his novel Pedro Páramo.
Legend says that, many years ago, sailors who passed the Santiago Peninsula, in Manzanillo, saw from afar shimmering silhouettes that floated above the water and thought they were seeing fairies. That is why this place is known as Las Hadas (The Fairies) and why fantastic tales were told here.
With a magnificent view of the Marina and Laguna de la Navidad (Navidad Lagoon), this two-story suite covers 370 square meters. It features three bedrooms with king-size bed, each with marble bathroom, decorated with fresh, tropical colors and elegant vaulted ceilings.
Las Hadas has 14 exclusive suites with private pool. The rooms evoke the exotic charm of a Moorish town, with unique domes, towers and arches and signature white marble floors.
This suite covers 320 square meters, with three bedrooms, and can accommodate up to ten guests (six adults and four children). It features three complete bathrooms, two of the bedrooms have king-size beds, and one has two double beds.