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Ixtapa

Gorgeous, sun-kissed Ixtapa is a jewel of Mexico offering modern amenities right alongside old world charm. Nestled between the Pacific and the mountains is Tesoro Ixtapa, a Mexican all-inclusive resort hotel ideally suited for your next Mexico vacation whether you are travelling with your family, significant other or friends.

Tesoro’s elegant beachfront Ixtapa resort is located on the popular Playa del Palmar strip. The resort’s freshwater pool is a free-form lagoon ringed by rocky perches, lounge chairs and umbrellas and offers a picture-perfect view of the bay, rolling mountains and beach. Golfing, fishing, and other watersports are just a few of the many activities to enjoy on your Ixtapa getaway.

Ixtapa and its nearby sister town of Zihuatanejo combine pearl-white beaches with the allure of a quaint fishing village for an intoxicating blend of relaxation and beauty.

Modern Ixtapa is home to ten pristine beaches along a 12-mile Pacific Coast stretch and offers a variety of water activities such as deep-sea fishing and parasailing. Just five miles to the south is Rustic Zihuatanejo (also called Zihua). This town, framed by five beaches, offers a village feel and a great view of the Sierra foothills encircling the bay. Feel your cares slip away as you stroll along the Paseo del Pescador, the waterfront walkway that serves as Zihuatanejo’s city center.

Cocodrile Santuary

Crocodile of Ixtapa In the Popoyote lagoon, by side to Playa Linda, there is an estuary with exuberant vegetation, where a group of crocodiles live. They are found in their natural habitat, but at the same time surrounded by security, so the whole family can observe these exotic animals in a safe way, while promoting the conservation of this species of reptiles.

 

 Durazo Parthenon

On the cusp of the mountainous area of ​​Ixtapa emerge the ruins of a mansion. From this point you have the complete view of Zihuatanejo bay.

It was built based on classical Greek architecture, which has earned it the name of “Acropolis Guerrerense” among the scrub and ruins you can find sculptures of the Venus of Milo and Poseidon, as well as murals and other characters that evoke ancient Greece .

 

Ruins of Xihuacan

The recently discovered site of Xihuacan offers an incredible insight into ancient Mexican cultures. This archaeological site is believed to have been an important ceremonial center of an indigenous city-state. You will be able to walk through the remains of an impressive ball game, along with beautiful artifacts, and by beautiful rock art. Pyramids of river stones and clay are an unusual luxury that you will not often see in Mexican archeology.


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APARTMENT RESIDENCES

IXTAPA AMENITIES

  • Room Service (7am – 11pm)
  • Children’s Pool
  • Retail Shopping
  • Valet
  • Laundry
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Medical Services ($)
  • Babysitting Services ($)
  • Meeting Facilities
  • High-Speed Internet Access ($)
  • Activities Desk ($)

RESTAURANTS

Ixtapa has a variety of excellent dining options, but you don’t have to stray far from Tesoro Ixtapa to indulge in gastronomic delights.

Dress is casual in all restaurants.

La Mar – 
Soak up friendly atmosphere of this bright, spacious and inviting restaurant overlooking the beautiful Pacific ocean. Dine on a sumptuous international buffet for breakfast, lunch, or dinner in relaxing surroundings with attentive and amiable service.

Hours: Breakfast 7 :00 a.m. to 11:00 am; Lunch 1:00 p.m  to 4:30 pm; Dinner 6:30 pm – 10:45 pm

Arrecifes – Kick back on your lounge chair at this casual snack restaurant where you can enjoy a refreshing cocktail, cold beer, plateful of nachos, hamburgers or hot dogs.

Open 12:00 p.m to 6 pm.

El Mesón – 
International and Mexican cuisine play a starring role at Tesoro Ixtapa’s specialty restaurant, where guests dine in a stylish, modern atmosphere. Dine a la carte on a wide selection of authentic regional dishes and complement any meal with fine wines from our cellar.

Open 7:00 p.m. to 10:45 p.m (reservations required).

ROOM SERVICE

  • One room service delivery each day is free with our all-inclusive packages.
  • Additional room service deliveries each day are available at a 50% discount from menu pricing.

LOUNGES

Enjoy a refreshing beverage in one of Tesoro Ixtapa’s charming lounges.

El Galeon Lobby Bar – 
All hands are on deck at El Galeon lobby bar. Enjoy a quiet drink and some music with friends.

Open 5:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.

Pirate’s Cove Pool Bar
 – Swim right up and enjoy the laidback pool party ambience of Pirate’s Cove. Make new friends, work on your tan and sample delicious specialty drinks and ice cold beers.

 

DAILY ACTIVITIES

Your vacation at Tesoro Ixtapa is as active or relaxing as you desire.

Find a quiet nook by the pool to curl up with that new novel or stake out your own piece of sun-soaked heaven on the beach.

If you’re looking for a more active vacation, head to the gym, hit one of the championship golf courses in the area, or try one of the many watersports available in Ixtapa.

Tesoro’s roster of daily activities may include:

  • Beach Sports
  • Volleyball,
  • Aqua Aerobics
  • 
Spanish Lessons
  • 
Bingo,
  • 
Pool  
Basketball,
  • 
Dance Lessons
  • 
Water Polo

Nightly Entertainment

Tesoro Resorts Ixtapa offers a variety of exciting activities to light up the Mexican night, including shows for the entire family every night in its outdoor theater under the stars.

A typical Tesoro night might include:

  • Mexican fiesta show
  • Tropical Night
  • Live music
  • Spanish Show
  • International Show
  • Comedy Night
  • Black Light Theater from Prague
  • Beach Party
  • Karaoke
  • DJ & Dancing

Even the youngest guests at Tesoro Ixtapa will take home a wealth of happy memories with activities customized especially for them.

The Corsarios Kids Club offers supervised activities around the hotel provided by trained professional counselors. Children will enjoy beach scavenger hunts, races, games and indoor fun with arts and crafts, videos, snacks and organized games. The program is structured for children ages 4-12, and is open daily from 9am-2pm and 4pm-6pm.

The “Little Treasures” program gives kids an invitation to join the Kids Club and a registration into the birthday club to receive a greeting on their big day.

A typical day will feature a selection of activities including:

  • an introductory game
  • aqua aerobics
  • aqua basketball
  • mask making
  • bingo
  • treasure hunt
  • beach walk
  • sand sculptures
  • beach soccer
  • miss and mister little treasure contest
  • releasing baby sea turtles at the turtle camp (seasonal)

Each day is different and full of new adventures.

IXTAPA ACTIVITIES

Ixtapa and its nearby sister town of Zihuatanejo combine pearl-white beaches with the allure of a quaint fishing village for an intoxicating blend of relaxation and beauty.

Modern Ixtapa is home to ten pristine beaches along a 12-mile Pacific Coast stretch and offers a variety of water activities such as deep-sea fishing and parasailing. Just five miles to the south is Rustic Zihuatanejo (also called Zihua). This town, framed by five beaches, offers a village feel and a great view of the Sierra foothills encircling the bay. Feel your cares slip away as you stroll along the Paseo del Pescador, the waterfront walkway that serves as Zihuatanejo’s city center.

 

Ixtapa is famous for its beautiful beaches and warm waters. Zihuatanejo Bay has four protected and tranquil beaches, with excellent places to sunbathe or water ski. The main beaches of Ixtapa are:

Playa Larga

A beautiful, rarely crowded beach, located between Zihuatanejo and the airport. It features several small palapa restaurants, hammocks, and wading pools for children.

Playa Palmar

Ixtapa’s main beach, this is a lovely white-sand arc on the edge of the Hotel Zone, with dramatic rock formations silhouetted in the sea. The surf here can be rough, so use caution and don’t swim when a red flag is posted.

La Ropa Beach

This large beach is located in the center of the Zihuatanejo Bay and is known for clear and calm water. Plenty of water sports are there for the asking: parasailing, waterskiing, and jet-skiing.

Municipal Beach

About a half mile long, this beach is located right in front of the downtown center. It’s a great spot for people watching and seeing the fishermen come back in from their day. There are several fresh seafood restaurants set up right on the sidewalk and sand, where they also have palapas and lounge chairs.

Golf 

Ixtapa is home to two world-class golf courses, the Marina Ixtapa and the Palma Real, making it a paradise for golfers of all levels of expertise.

Sport Fishing

The Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo area has incredible sportfishing opportunities. Big game fish such as sailfish, dorado, marlin, roosterfish and yellowfin tuna abound as well as smaller fare including Spanish mackerel, bonito, yellowtail jacks and barracuda. The area is considered one of the best sailfishing destinations in the world.

Sports
 

Water sports abound in Ixtapa, including superb deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, jetskiing, parasailling and boating. The staff at Tesoro’s activity desk can help you arrange for a variety of excursions.

In Ixtapa, you’ll find exclusive designer boutiques and renowned decorators, as well as beachwear stores and the famous arts-and-crafts market, all conveniently located along Boulevard Ixtapa.

Zihuatanejo

Is lined with shops, particularly in the downtown area. Stroll along Fishermen’s Walkway and take in the sights and sounds. Take some time to visit the old church, the arts-and-crafts market, or visit the art galleries on Juan N. Alvarez Street where you’ll find the works of great artists as well as the flavor, color and warmth of Zihuatanejo.

 

Mercado de Artesanias

Stroll through the Mercado de Artesanias, a craft market with fine goods from all over Mexico. Look for locally crafted Guerrero masks. These colorful wooden masks depict demons, devils, and animals, and were traditionally used in ceremonies and dances. Also keep your eye out for fine Taxco silver.

As you shop, be aware that haggling is a very old and honored Mexican tradition. Don’t be afraid to offer less than the vendor is asking for a certain item. You may come away with a great deal.

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