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Forget flashy Cancun. These eco hotels and deserted beaches are the place to be on Mexico's Happy Coast
If you watch Entourage, you’ll recall the episode where Vinnie goes off to stay on a remote beach in a bid to escape the pressures of fame.
His hideaway was on Mexico’s central Pacific Coast, where hip Hollywood types are now holidaying in private and eco-friendly hotels. Eschewing flashy resorts like Cancun, they want nature and tranquillity over bling.
You can see why. The Costa Alegre (‘Happy Coast’) stretches from Puerto Vallarta down to Manzanillo, pairing pristine jungle and breathtaking sea.
Dotted with a handful of hotels, much of the coast is divided into private estates, some of which are now open to paying guests.
Fly in via LA or Mexico City, and you can drive along the coast visiting one extraordinary property after another. Although warm year-round, the best weather is from November to April. You’ll find delicious food, friendly locals and plenty to do.
Do you entertain desert-island fantasies – but with hot showers, icy cocktails and clued-up staff? Then you’ll love Hotelito Desconocido.
Selling itself as ‘somewhere on the Pacific Coast of Mexico’, it lies at the edge of a remote nature reserve. Simple but eco-fabulous palafito shacks perch on stilts above a lagoon, peering towards the hotel’s beach (see photo).
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