Hacienda de San Antonio

Location: Southern Mexico | Mexico

Price guide: $$$$$ $350-$500 per person per night

Built on a coffee plantation at the end of the 19th century, the traditional Hacienda de San Antonio sums up everything we love about luxury travel. It’s off the tourist trail in a stunning location. It’s small with exquisite and luxurious interiors. It has a strong sense of place, from the food to the staff to the excursions. Put simply, Hacienda de San Antonio is more than a hotel: it’s an experience.
Perfect forCouples looking to get away from it all and families who want space to run wild. 
In the knowCombine Hacienda de San Antonio with quirky sister hotel Cuixmala on the Pacific Coast, a four-hour drive or short hop by light aircraft.

Recommended for...

  • Setting & Views
  • Off the Beaten Track
  • Wildlife & Nature
  • History & Heritage

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Hacienda de San Antonio is set at the foot of the Colima volcano, surrounded by lush countryside. 

Rooms at Hacienda de San Antonio

The suites ooze character, with their vaulted brick ceilings, handpainted murals, French doors, cosy fireplaces and terraces looking out over the gardens, the river and the volcano. They showcase Mexico's rich arts and crafts heritage, and each one is designed by a different artist. The bathrooms are large and plush. Several suites interconnect, making them ideal for families, while the Grand Suites are our pick for a special occasion.

Food & Drink

Eating at Hacienda de San Antonio is a real treat, with delicious international and traditional Mexican cuisine prepared using organic dairy produce, meats, fruit and vegetables sourced from the hacienda's own farms and ranch. Dine in the Club Room, which features volcanic stone columns, and head to the Yellow Bar for evening cocktails, looking out over the gardens.


The hotel has a wonderful outdoor pool offering volcano views, as well as a tennis court - or curl up with a good book in the wood-beamed library. 

Activities at Hacienda de San Antonio

The handsome colonial town of Colima is well worth a visit, with its plaza flanked with restaurants and craft shops (the town is known for its furniture and ironwork). Wandering mariachi bands complete the quintessentially Mexican scene. Back at the hacienda and its vast neighbouring ranch, you can mountain bike, go horse riding or hiking, or do some birdwatching.

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Hotel location

Hacienda de San Antonio is 45 minutes from Colima airport, two hours from Manzanillo airport and 2.5 hours from Guadalajara airport.

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