COSTALEGRE, Mexico, April 16 /PRNewswire/ — Isabel Goldsmith’s Las Alamandas Resort, located midway between Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo along the famed Costalegre Coast of Mexico’s Pacific, today announced that it will extend its press rate of $370 per night to all guests booking a stay now through August 2009. Hailed by The New York Times as “A Garden of Delights for a Happy Few,” and the “Top Hideaway in Mexico” by Andrew Harper, Las Alamandas, with accommodations ordinarily reserved at upwards of $1,800 per night, has long been the secret beachfront escape for many of the world’s elite travelers and Hollywood royalty alike.
“Unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures,” said Mike Hiles, Director of Public Relations for Las Alamandas Resort. “Due to the current state of the economy, occurring in tandem with reckless media reporting on travel to Mexico, we felt this action necessary to help vacationers experience their dream getaway amidst obstacles either unwarranted or beyond their control.”
Reservations must be booked directly with the resort, and will be accepted on a first come/first serve basis with room category depending upon availability at the time of check-in.
About Las Alamandas
A luxury boutique hotel and Mexico’s most private resort, Las Alamandas is a romantic escape on the Pacific Coast ideal for a honeymoon, family get-together, corporate retreat or the ultimate beach getaway. This secluded haven is located midway between Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo, along the famed “Costalegre” Coast of the state of Jalisco. Managed as an elegant, private estate where guests are accorded the highest standards of hospitality, this exclusive beachfront hideaway is situated on over 1,500 acres of unspoilt tropical Paradise with only six villas accommodating a maximum of 30 guests.