The Las Hadas By Brisas is positioned on a 65-hectare peninsula north of the port city of Manzanillo, Mexico. Nearby sites are Colima Archeological Museum, Colima Volcano, and the impressive La Slorenia Cave.
Fine dining at Legazpi provides views of the resort grounds through arched windows. Paintings by famed artist Fernando Calderon accent the restaurant's white-linen service and red-and-white striped upholstered banquettes. Culinary offerings include international and seafood dishes. Los Delfines specializes in fresh seafood lunches served seaside while El Oasis touts Arabian Nights ambience enhanced by ocean sunset views. Several bars/lounges are also on site. Three computers with high-speed Internet access address guests' communication needs, and are located in the lobby area. Ample function space and fax, photocopying and printing services add to this resort's conveniences and a 24-hour airport shuttle service is available with advance notice. A Bolivian tin magnate opened this resort to the public in 1974, having named it for the nocturnal phosphorescence of seafaring creatures that shone within the deep-sea darkness. The resort offers two expansive outdoor pools with waterfalls and tropical islands, spa services, eight lighted tennis courts, a 70-yacht private marina and a championship 18-hole golf course. Activities such as snorkeling, pedal boats waterskiing and a volcano tour afford ample entertainment. A gift shop displays Mexican handicrafts, resort wear and sundries.
This resort contains 234 bright, air-conditioned guestrooms with Moorish arches and marble floors that enhance the guestroom's classic lines. Room amenities include minibars, direct-dial telephones, complimentary WiFi, and cable/satellite television. In-room safes are available.