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Seven Nights at a Luxury Estate in Manzanillo, Mexico

Lot #8

A house manager, personal chef, and cleaning crew. No crowds, no rush, no problems!

Escape in luxury to the epic coast of Manzanillo, Mexico. Located on the Pacific Ocean between Puerto Vallarta and Acapulco, Manzanillo is one of Mexico’s top luxury destinations. Home to not only high-end living, Manzanillo is known as the “Sailfish Capital of the World” and offers world-class golf courses, numerous scenic excursions, surfing, shopping, and much more.

Your home, named Casa De Sofia, features over 5,000 square feet of living space. Located in a private gated community with 24/7 courtesy patrol, the home comes fully staffed with a personal chef, cleaning staff, and house manager. The entire staff at Casa De Sofia will pamper you and provide you and your guests with white glove service the entire week to ensure a relaxing, worry-free experience. The home features four king suites, all with private bathrooms and balconies, with breathtaking views of the ocean. Each room has a television, along with complimentary Wi-Fi everywhere in the home to help you stay connected while in paradise. Spend your day lounging by your very own private infinity pool, or relaxing at the private, neighborhood beach and clubhouse with picturesque mountains views. You can also consult with your house manager to plan fun-filled days with activities such as deep sea fishing, golf, snorkeling, horseback riding, in-home massage, and more!

Casa De Sofia can provide a travel liaison to help book your flight. Direct flights to Manzanillo can be booked from Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Houston. Your trip will run from Saturday to Saturday and is good for one full year, excluding the four major holiday weeks of Christmas, Spring Break, Easter and Thanksgiving.

Your trip will run from Saturday to Saturday and is good for one full year, excluding the four major holiday weeks of Christmas, Spring Break, Easter and Thanksgiving.

Donated By:

Luxury Manzanillo, Museum of the Rockies