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Qualton Club Ixtapa All Inclusive

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Carretera Escenica SN Playa Linda, Ixtapa, Zihuatanejo de Azueta 40880 Mexico
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Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Ixtapa, Qualton Club Ixtapa is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Qualton Club Ixtapa makes it easy to enjoy the best of Ixtapa.

Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and Qualton Club Ixtapa Hotel makes getting online easy as free internet access is available.

You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the all-inclusive resort, including 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and a gift shop. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.

When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Bogart's, El Tiburon de la Costa, and Deborah's Restaurant, which are some seafood restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.

During your visit, be sure to check out a popular natural history museum like Xihuacan Museum and Archeological Site, which is a short distance from the all-inclusive resort.

Qualton Club is sure to make your visit to Ixtapa one worth remembering.

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Outdoor pool
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Swimup bar
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Bicycles available
Mini golf
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Aerobics
Bicycle tours
Billiards
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Table tennis
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Taxi service
Couples massage
Foot massage
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24-hour security
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Doug A wrote a review Mar 2020
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Our rather large family (7 people) stayed here over Thanksgiving week 2019. A couple of us speak a little Spanish but most none at all. We had a great time. The food was good and always plenty of it. I'm a coffee snob and was very happy with my morning cup. The nightly shows were fun. The grounds and facilities are all very well maintained. The beach is wonderful and the ocean warm. I highly recommend walking down to the water taxi and going over to Isla Ixtapa. Stronlgy recommend - will be going back.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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Responded 12 Mar 2020
Good afternoon. Thank you very much for your comments. We really apreciate it.
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Charles wrote a review Feb 2020
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Zero stars. Thought i would save money and stay at a smaller resort.. the food was the worst I've experienced in my 30 plus years of traveling to mexico...the alcohol was recycled and from the bottom of the low end charts. They understood zero english even with a translator..the security guards stared at us most the time and my wife felt very comfortable..i went three times to the front desk to ask for a manager..we left tips all day everday didn't matter..the maid service was awesome .we were the only Americans at this resort and now i know why...never make this mistake ever again..any one that rates this hotel over a 2 star must have spent time in prison.. garbagehole..maybe were alittle spoiled from staying at the grand azul..but didnt expect how bad it could be.... even getting a taxicab to go to the airport was a chore...they wanted me to wait for a friend soo he could make money on us. I had to walk out to main street to hail my own cab..had enough..
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Responded 15 Feb 2020
Good morning. We are very sorry not having fulfilled your expectation.
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Terri K wrote a review Feb 2020
Ixtapa, Mexico27 contributions10 helpful votes
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Checkin- so easy, walked up and they had everything ready to go. Front desk was very accommodating. The rooms- well, the balcony is much larger than the room, jokingly. Not every room has ocean view, sadly. There is no drawer space, few hangers; lots of closet space, a lock box (literally)no fridge, no 3 plug outlets, no English channels (if you are winding down at night and want to watch tv), you get two waters a day, no ice machine (will need to call down for it or go get it from the restaurant or bar), no iron in room, beds are ok, semi firm. You might need additional pillows, only two per bed, standard room. They were also lumpy. The rooms are cleaned daily and look great when you come back to them. The maid service is great. We left a 2.00 USD tip daily with a pecan delight for our maid.They are bungalow style. The air conditioning is over bearing. Ask for additional blankets or wake up like you live in Alaska! The Property- HUGE. only two hotels that share the beach; the Azul and Qualton.the water is calm enough to swim in, yet body surf! It's a hard sand beach, but like at the hotel zone in Ixtapa. Lots to do. There are lounge chairs and umbrellas for the guests on the beach as well as huts. There are two pools, we chose not to sit at- annoying music, too many families, the beach at least allowed us to play our own music, listen to the waves, read. Sleep, etc. The vendors are consistent, but courteous. There are tennis courts, basketball courts, a life size chess board, dance club, cinema, and shows nightly. You can get lost walking around. We laughed at the handicap accommodations as the hills and ramps were steep. And laughed by meaning of don't bother if you are chair ridden, Walkers are a challenge, as are canes. We watched a few struggle to get to the restaurant on the hill, down to the beach and to and from their hotel rooms. Amenities- all non motorized sports included. All inclusive, if you drink top shelf liquor- Jack. Captain. Bacardi- not here- All inclusive was not a bargain here, we bought our liquor and had the waitstaff fill our own cups with mixers only. Beer was ok. It was cold, they serve it with ice cubes. Wine- no, mimosas, no. Not great. The food. Well, my stomach was not having it. Not bad but not great. We had reservations two nights but skipped the second night after the first night. The salmon was good. All else I could have done without. I ordered the choclate cake for dessert, I took one bite and it tasted like ajax. I think the spoon may have had cleaning solution on it. Soon after my stomach knotted up and I became Ill. My husband finished the cake and said it was fine to him. Breakfast was ok. We ate eggs. There is no strip bacon, only crumb or chopped to extinction style bacon. Fruits were ok. Coffee was very good. There was only one chef at the egg station, so it took upwards 20 minutes to get an omelet or eggs. After eating at the sunset restaurant the one night, I decided not to eat on site except the breakfast. The Staff- if you dont speak any Spanish- learn or download an app that translates. I speak pretty good spanish, at least enough to Express my needs and understand what they are saying to me. The staff were always helpful. The hotel caters mostly to nationals. There were no Americans here, a couple canadians, and a couple from Ireland. It really didn't bother us at all and we enjoyed everyone. Again learn some spanish or get an App. It will make your time here much easier. The regulars are very helpful too. We had a couple travel with us and they stayed at the Azul, they would come sit with is on the beach, running back and forth to their hotel to get their drinks. We couldnt sit with them cause they hotel Azul had their beach area for lounging blocked off, so they sat with us. We really isn't have any problems with that except a couple times. Qaulton thought they were drinking their liquor and we had to let them know that they were just sitting with us and they seem to be ok once they knew they were not eating or drinking anything from there property. I commend them for their securiry, but they also made us feel like shoplifters being watched from a distance. It kinda pissed us off, especially since none of their staff were addressing them or serving them. Not to mention we may have been the only guests on the beach evening tipping our service staff at all. We commend the hotel for also employing persons with disabilities. It made our hearts warm and happy to see equal opportunity. All in all we give a 2. We prefer more 5 star accommodations, but we took a chance. It's not for us, but as for ixtapa itself we will always be back here. Things to do outside the hotel- Ixtapa Island! Take the ferry boat off the pier. Cheap fun. Snorkel, swim, get naked. Stick to beer, it is cheapest. Banditis- zihuatanejo. Good food next to shopping. Frank and Generals are a must for pizza and pierogies. Miriscoles in Playa Linda- take your catch of the day to the owner and he will cook you a gourmet feast. We caught a sailfish and they did an excellent job in preparing it multiple ways. A must to go for Lobster too.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Responded 15 Feb 2020
Good morning. Thank you very much for your comments. We share them with our staff, they help us to identify the diferents areas that we need to get better. Have an excelent day.
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Sandra L wrote a review Dec 2019
Seattle, Washington2 contributions2 helpful votes
Note: This review is meant for North American travelers. My father and stepmother are expats living in central Mexico. When we suggested meeting them somewhere on the Mexican coast for Thanksgiving week, they recommended this place since they'd stayed here before and enjoyed it. I'm glad they did because we LOVED it. First, you should be aware that the vast majority of Qualton Club guests are Mexican tourists. It does help if you or someone in your party speaks at least a little Spanish, but many of the employees speak English quite well, so it's not a requirement. I remember a little from school 4 decades ago, and got along just fine. If you're the kind of traveler who likes to feel like you're actually *in* a country when you visit it, but you're tempted by the convenience of an all-inclusive resort, then this is a good and economical option. It's family-friendly and quiet, except around the children's pool during the day, of course. It felt to me like what I imagine a (lower-end) mid-20th century Catskills resort would have been like — only with sun, palm trees, and a beach. We appeared to be the only white North American guests during our stay, but I didn't notice the kind of "staring" mentioned in another review. A few of the other guests seemed a little surprised to see us at first, but a friendly smile and "Hola!" were always returned. We just behaved like guests in another country and got along just fine. Our rooms were amazing, with beach view patios and close to everything (but with very little noise in the evenings). The rooms were very clean and the air conditioners were new and fancy (it took me a while to figure out the remote control). There were some tiny bugs around the sink, but that kind of thing is to be expected in a low-rise (2-story) building in a tropical area. The only downside was that, in my unit, I was only once able to take a warm shower, but given the heat outside it wasn't a huge problem. The buffet food options were good — a little hit-or-miss for some things but there was always a wide variety of things to choose from. The wait-staff brings drinks to your table and tips are appreciated (~20 pesos/$1). There's also a dinner restaurant for ages 12 and up set up on the beach (it's part of the all-inclusive price, but reservations are needed). We only ate there once but the food was EXCELLENT. Activities: -- There are two pools, one for families, and another with a swim-up bar for adults. There were a number of activities (bingo, etc.) around the family pool, but as it was led in Spanish we didn't usually know what was going on. -- The beach was beautiful and uncrowded, with more than enough chairs and umbrellas to go around. -- Some of our family did a guided kayak trip to Ixtapa Island and back. (I took the water taxi which is located right next to the resort.) -- There are evening shows with a different theme each night. The performers/dancers are resort employees who hail from all over Latin America. We enjoyed these a great deal. -- There is a late-night disco (well away from the rooms) for the night owls, but we never went so I can't really comment on that. We were too exhausted from all the activity during the day! -- My daughter and stepmother borrowed bicycles one morning. The main avenue that runs through Ixtapa is lovely. -- Transportation wasn't a problem. The resort doesn't operate a shuttle service, but taxis and buses are very convenient. We went to a restaurant (Deborah's) in Ixtapa for Thanksgiving dinner and, on another day, into Zihuatanejo to browse around. The service was unfailingly friendly and helpful, from the concierge and desk staff to the wait staff and housekeeping staff. They were also very gracious and patient with my fumbling Spanish. We all agreed that we'd love to go back there some day.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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Responded 9 Dec 2019
Good morning !! We feel so happy when our costumers take some time to share your experience in Qualton Club Ixtapa. Thank you very much, we really hope to have the oportunity to attend you again. Have a happy holidays !!
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John C wrote a review Feb 2019
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico25 contributions7 helpful votes
Stayed there 5 nights. Found it to be very nice and relaxing. Great place for families. Staff very friendly and helpful. Food was good and plentiful but not spectacular. Kayaking, sailboating, bicycling are included. Beach was nice with light wave action due to the island in front.
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Date of stay: January 2019
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Responded 17 Jul 2019
Good afternoon. Thank you very much for yur comments. We hope to have the oportunity to attended you again soon. Have a good day !!
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DMB500 wrote a review Sep 2018
Gifhorn, Germany583 contributions70 helpful votes
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Really nice staff, always helpful and attending every request. Food and drinks also very good. Special Fidel and Kenly we like to mention for excellent service on the beach and at the breakfast. Every day show and a lot of activities without any on cost. For Families with Kids the right location! Take a lot of repellent with you because of the mosquitoes!
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Responded 21 Nov 2018
Good afternoon. Thank ypu very much for your comments, we share them with all our staff. We hope to have the oportunity to attend you soon. Have a nice day !!
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montanalimee wrote a review Feb 2018
Florence, Montana4 contributions1 helpful vote
We were very disappointed as being only non Mexicans nobody spoke English and everyone stared! Food was not cooked...room septic kept us up all night..Beach was mud..we left after one night.paid for a week so hope we can possibly get a refund somehow as we had to check in elsewhere ...reception people were nice but didn't understand anything !!..I'm sorry but feel photos are deceiving and all reviews were translated from Mexican ....:( very sad....
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Date of stay: February 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Chris O wrote a review May 2017
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We stayed at Qualton Club (2 couples) in March of 2017 and had a great time. As frequent travelers to Mexico, we usually stay at All Inclusives but were a little worried after reading some of the reviews on this place. We went with an open mind and had a terrific week. The rooms could use some updating but we feel that we got had an authentic experience in Mexico and a great value overall. The staff was all great but Cindy and Christopher really stood out to me. Very little English but they were all eager to help. I practiced my Spanish while they practiced their English! Big shout outs to the entire staff that made this a great week.
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Date of stay: March 2017
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Room Tip: The ocean front rooms are great... especially at sunset!!!
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Responded 12 Sep 2017
Good morning !! Thank you very much for your comments. We share with our staff, those are always a grat incentive. A warm greating.
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KKJACKS wrote a review Mar 2017
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma664 contributions188 helpful votes
My husband and I stayed at Qualton as part of a 15 member mission team 3/11 thru 3/18 2017. The team has been to the area for 10+ years and we’ve been part of the group for about 5 years. The team has always stayed in Ixtapa main tourist zone at Fontan, Dorado, Krystal and Emporio in most recent years. The leaders chose Qualton this year as the pricing was better and it included food. With a group that large, our experience has been it takes a LONG time to get through any meal at the wonderful places in Ixtapa. We have work to do, so 2 hour breakfasts aren’t an option, and 2 hour dinners about put us under after a long, hot day of work. So that is a bit of our background. First impressions – we loved the staff. Fabiola, and the bell boy with name like Jermaine (? Sorry I can’t recall for sure) or something similar set the bar high. We all agreed this was the most friendly and hospitable staff we’ve encountered on all previous trips. Next, we came to realize the spread-out nature of the property. The gardens are quite nice throughout the place and the naming of the building blocks by flowers was unique. It was nice to not have all rooms in a high-rise or have to worry about elevators. (That is a note, several buildings have 2 floors, so if you need ground floor, I recommend calling/emailing hotel ahead of time to request.) My husband said the place grew on him, he was originally concerned when he first saw the room, but by the end of the week he was more pleased than he expected. FACILITIES / ROOMS We were assigned room 5202 in the Gladiola building – it had 2 beds and was on 2nd floor. Our room was definitely old and tired. But it was clean. And, our room had hot water unlike others in our team who struggled to have hot water during their week. (I am not sure if any of them requested maintenance to come fix it, though). The air conditioning seemed to work well, but we did have a few issues with it (see below). The faucets were old, there was no drain cover in the sink, the shower was plenty large enough, but had hard water stains and of course the expected mildew here and there due to the climate. There were chipped tiles in the floor throughout the bathroom. In the bathroom, there was a window with frosted glass that could be opened for air flow, but was directly in the shower. It was still private enough, others didn’t feel as private. The beds were VERY hard, and the A/C blows out across the one bed directly to the other. My first night I slept horribly, so I switched to the other bed and it was better without the air blowing directly to my face. We were always cool at night – so that was fantastic. The pillows were less than desirable. Regarding the A/C unit, we usually left a note for the maid to NOT change the setting. We had been keeping it on 19. Well, on at least 2 days we came back to a stifling hot room. The unit had shut itself off we believe, although at first I admit calling front desk a bit frustrated and asking them to advise maid not to touch it. So the last several days we put on 21-22 and didn’t have the problem again. The great thing about our building was there was only 6 units in it. The rooms must all be double bed rooms and had a bit of space to spread out. We didn’t really use the balcony – it isn’t private, but opens up to allow views across buildings to the ocean and isla Ixtapa. Some of the other buildings had 10-15 rooms to walk past, and so the traffic in those areas was more concentrated, ours not as much. I’d request the same building if I returned. They had told us we could change rooms to be closer to others on our team in the 1000 block/Garisol building, and we thought about it, but the lesser traffic kept us there in the original room. As far as response – the team is great. We needed to request a couple extra towels – no problem, they arrived promptly within 15 mins of calling, maybe even less. Granted I did ask for them in Spanish, which helps TONS on this property. We also had to call maintenance about the toilet. Once the tank was leaking, they fixed, but didn’t wipe up the floor after fixing, which caused a bit of confusion for us as we returned late in the day and saw the water and thought it was still broken. Anyway, we worked through that fine and they also had to come unclog the toilet 2 times during our stay – but again, very responsive! We loved the hospitable nature of the staff. What did I miss in the room? A fridge. It would have been nice to keep our bottles of water cold. Also, the safe is not a full laptop size. Ours had a shelf and we could not have fit a laptop. Only e-readers/ipad sized items could fit. As a note, a different person on the trip said their safe did not have a shelf so they barely crammed their laptop into the safe. It is also mounted just inches off the floor on the back wall of the closet. I have no idea why they mounted it so low to the floor. MAID SERVICE – usually excellent. While the bedding was definitely old and tired, it smelled clean. One day we must have had someone different as they didn’t leave the allotted 2 bottles of water in the bathroom for brushing teeth. We called, and they brought up some new ones, though they did try to tell us they only start you off with 2 on the first day, the rest you buy yourself. But our experience had been each day they replaced the 2 bottles at no cost. They tidied up by putting our shoes in the nightstand cubby and had some great towel art if you are into that kind of thing. We left a note requesting no fresh flowers though as they tend to bring those little bugs in. Not sure of cleaning time most days, but I believe it was early, probably prior to 11am, based on our free day and returning from breakfast in town around 10:30 and it was already cleaned. TIMING SO – we learned that if you want to shower between 6:45 – 8:00 you can expect little to barely any water pressure and issues with no hot water. So, while our team often returned from long hot work days during this time and normally would want to clean up for dinner, several of us just decided to wait, and went on to eat at the buffet around 7pm to eat while most others were showering. By 830-900 the showers were normal again, but the dining was quite full and busy. FOOD – Dining for breakfast is up at Villanlinda on the hill. Lunch is either Jalapenos snack bar by pool/beach or buffet at Villalinda. Dinner is either buffet at the Villalinda or else on certain days the buffet is set up in the open area near the theatre. It is too bad they don’t utilize the disco area for more dining – there was nice air flow/breeze there one day when they set up Jalapeno’s temporarily as the normal place had the floor torn up. Note – at Villalinda they have some very cheesy music playing, it seemed like only 1 CD on a loop. It got very old by the 3rd day. Just a thing that we all laugh about now – nothing to ruin your stay! The good – they had an omelet/egg station lady each morning at breakfast. Eggs your way each day if you like. And fresh cheese quesadillas. We expected all items to be buffet, but were delighted to see fresh eggs cooked to order options. Many regional options on the buffet, tons of fresh fruit and cereal, breads, hotcakes/French toast all the normal stuff. Breakfast was my favorite and I always walked away stuffed. They have hot water for hot tea/instant decaf coffee. Possibly troublesome – on several days, the milk wasn’t very cold. The meat/cheese trays looked watery like they’d been set out, then stored in fridge, and set out again. A lot of the desserts were a bit watery, but many on our team still found plenty to enjoy. I usually eat salad every day, and was just a bit concerned about the cleanliness/type of water used in food prep. One night I tried a fresh lettuce salad, but worried about it. No issues though. Not so good – many of the items served at the buffets were not hot. They were lukewarm at best, especially when the buffet was set up outside. They did have a few stations set up for things like fresh tostadas, or street tacos where they were cooking food to order, but the lines were ridiculously long, or people would take all 5-6 items in the tray before the cook could set down more. Each night is a theme night – we preferred the Italian and regional nights the best. Although the roasted pork on Caribbean night was quite good as well. Also, our group usually showed up for breakfast right around 7am when they opened, but many times not all items were set up. This is a little thing, but they should start the process earlier so all things are presented on time. Bread for toast wasn’t laid out even as late as 730 one morning, a few missing serving spoons in the syrup, etc. Again, not super critical – just ask and they will go get it – but for a restaurant they need to have it ready to go upon opening. The gross – French fries at the buffet they set up in the Hola Ola disco area Friday at lunch – they were barely cooked, rubbery, droopy and in-edible. Burgers were good but very greasy. They had decent taquitos and pre-made grilled ham/cheese sandwiches that if you got a hot one weren’t too bad. (All other days we were off property during lunch and didn’t partake) One morning I asked for water no ice – it had a horrible taste. I was worried for a while I would get sick, but luckily no issues. Still, I tried to drink more from my own bottles after that point. I was able to get a good coke at most places except the quick beach bar place by the towels out by the beach – they served from 2 liter bottles that were flat. I’m sure if I asked them to open fresh, they would have. The other places like La Fiesta bar by the Jalapeno snack bar and the Villalinda restaurant all used from a fountain. No one in our missions team had any alcohol so we can’t report on that. BEACH/POOL – We only had one free day and I spent about 3 hours Friday hanging on property by the beach hut/palapa area. There were 2 palapas available at around 10:30 or so that day. The pool areas were louder, even the adult pool, due to the activity music. The beach is more like a mud beach as there is dark sand and dirt mixed in. It is still soft and quite pretty though with the gold flecks in it. I prefer the Ixtapa beach for sand, but this area near Playa Linda is better as the water is much calmer. BOTTOM LINE This place served the purpose for our missions team. Safe place, mostly clean rooms and most had sufficient hot water for a shower. If you are looking for a decent BUDGET beach vacation, it is worth considering even if you didn’t eat all meals on property. I don’t think you can buy European plan at Qualton – it is all included. It takes a good 8-10 mins to get back into the main Ixtapa area. Taxis run around 70 pesos, which isn’t bad, but still, the main Ixtapa area is so much closer for dining options. So, if I was coming on my own for vacation only, I’d probably rather pick Emporio for lower cost, or one of the other hotels in the main Ixtapa zone for a higher end vacation.
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Date of stay: March 2017
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: The Gladiola building was nice/quieter area of property
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Adolfo N wrote a review Mar 2017
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kayaking was awesome one of the best activities in the hotel good was good except the late snak they need to put more stuff room was nice and the view wi have was nice I'll Wil be back as soon as I can
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Responded 12 Sep 2017
God afternoon. Thank you very much for your comments. We always share with our staff, an take note of all we need to improve. Have a great day !!
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US$113 - US$149 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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MexicoPacific CoastGuerreroZihuatanejo de AzuetaIxtapa
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Which popular attractions are close to Qualton Club Ixtapa All Inclusive?
Nearby attractions include Ciclopista de Ixtapa (3.1 km), Isla Ixtapa (1.3 km), and Delfiniti (4.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Qualton Club Ixtapa All Inclusive?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a swimup bar, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Qualton Club Ixtapa All Inclusive?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, blackout curtains, and a view of the mountains.
What food & drink options are available at Qualton Club Ixtapa All Inclusive?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Qualton Club Ixtapa All Inclusive?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Qualton Club Ixtapa All Inclusive?
Conveniently located restaurants include El Faro, Restaurante Condimento Hotel Emporio Ixtapa, and El Tiburon de la Costa.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Qualton Club Ixtapa All Inclusive?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Qualton Club Ixtapa All Inclusive?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Qualton Club Ixtapa All Inclusive?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Does Qualton Club Ixtapa All Inclusive have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.
Is Qualton Club Ixtapa All Inclusive accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.