All meals and drinks are included in your all-inclusive stay with facilities including a clothing-optional private beach, topless-optional swimming pool, sun lounge, and beach towels, two outdoor clothing-optional hot tubs overlooking the bay, Spa with sauna, steam room, and indoor Jacuzzi.
Meeting facilities accommodating up to 100 people for private gatherings and small conventions
Our new SPA facility includes:
*All professional spa treatments and beauty parlor are offered at an additional cost.
Optional golf is available at “EL TAMARINDO” and ”Isla Navidad”—transportation is required
at an extra charge. Isla Navidad 27-hole golf course is a 30-minute drive & El Tamarindo 18-hole golf course is a 15-minute drive.
BELLAVISTA: A la carte restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and gourmet dinner with a spectacular view of the ocean and lush surroundings.
PARADISE LOUNGE & BAR: Overlooking the ocean, the perfect romantic setting for day or evening to simply relax or enjoy your favorite drink.
Guests staying at Punta Serena can also use the facilities of Blue Bay Club which includes the use of tennis courts, horseback riding, non-motorized water sports, restaurants, bars, and a disco.
Overlooking the virgin bay of Tenacatita, a favorite gathering place for dolphins on Mexico’s Pacific coast, Punta Serena Villas & Spa is located 45 kilometers from the Manzanillo airport and 225 kilometers from the Puerto Vallarta airport.
Airport Name: Playa de Oro; code ZLO.
Location: 43 km northwest of downtown Manzanillo.
Facilities: The small but efficient terminal building has several shops plus a restaurant, bar, and rental car counters. An interesting mural and Colima Indian decorative motifs are visible within the terminal.
Climate: Hot during most of the year. The average temperature is 28 centigrade and the sun shines 365 days of the year.
Access: Manzanillo has an international airport.
Health and security: Because it is an international tourist attraction, Manzanillo is one of Mexico’s safest cities. Its place force has been trained to protect and offer directions to tourists. All the hotel beaches provide lifeguard service and colored flags are used to indicate swimming conditions. The food and water in restaurants is absolutely safe. In case of an emergency, the port has top medical hospital facilities; the better hotels all provide medical assistance on their premises.
Money: The official currency in Manzanillo is the Mexican Peso. The rate of exchange fluctuates daily. It’s best to change your foreign money into Pesos at banks and currency exchange houses and to pay for all services in pesos, although the majority of hotels and tourist spots accept most major international credit cards.