The Space for Expatriates
For members who are interested in vacationing or living in Zihua.
Latest Activity: Mar 12, 2015
I will be in Zihuantanejo next week. Can anyone recommend a restaurant with great food and an awesome view of the bay at sunset? Thanks
Started by Kent Bingham. Last reply by James M. Martin Jan 31, 2012.
I am celebrating my 70th birthday here at the Viceroy,aka The Tides....The property did not change hands. The Viceroy Group decided to consolidate all its hotels under one name, so it phased out The Tides brand. the best place on Playa Ropa. ks tell me NOW is the time to get a great deal on a condo here.
anyone have any info about the Tides under its new ownership?
Il Mare, Kaukan and Tentations. ( Various price ranges, all good food.
Catherin Krantz from the Zihuat magazine and web site, " Another Day In Paradies", is here with us for Thanksgiving dinner. I will ask her and let you know.
If anyone hears of someone who would like to do a house exchange for 6 mos to a year and wants to come to San Miguel de Allende I would be interested in swapping. I will be back in Zihuatanejo in June for 2 weeks but would like to experience all seasons before I consider moving down permanently.
Although I've toured Brisas del Mar (checked out two of the rooms, rest of facilities), I've never stayed there. However, it looks like a very nice, upscale hotel. Attentive service. Very clean. Restaurant is pricey but food is good. I've mostly stayed at Bungalows La Madera (same street, down the hill), Villas Miramar and Hotel Irma when visiting Zihuatanjeo. I really do NOT like Playa La Madera itself (water is cloudy, sand is somewhat rocky) but the area is great (views spectacular from Irma--drinks/lunch) as a jumping off point for the restaurants along Calle Adelita and the quick walk into Centro (malecon or street side). You can actually walk to Playa La Ropa from Brisas del Mar if you're hardy stock.
This year (er, 2012) we will stay at Brisas del Mar on our winter visit to Zihua. Our first time staying on Playa Medera, which brings us even closer to Ta-Ta's, the restaurant on the beach where the Red Snapper is, caught, grilled and served while you are enjoying you first carafe of white wine. Anyone been to Brisas del Mar? Ray, I knoew you are a Playa Madera expert. Give me some tips please. Many Thanks,
Next time there, check out The Residences at Sotovento. Hard to find better value, quality and view. My company has done all of the legal work obtained permits, etc.
Also look for the new version of Another Day in Paradies. Same owner as before( Catherine Krantz and I think she also has a new restaurant guide. Google, " Another Day in Paradise."
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