COSTALEGRE, Mexico, April 13, 2016 /CNW/ -- With a rich and fascinating history, Las Alamandas was initially acquired by Don Antenor Patiño, "The Bolivian Tin King" who built Las Hadas, where the memorable movie "10" with Bo Derek, was filmed. Don Antenor Patiño, the son of "The Andean Rockefeller" Simón Iturri Patiño, handed down the property to his granddaughter Isabel Goldsmith-Patiño, whose passion and commitment ensure that this beachfront estate remains pristine and unspoiled to be enjoyed by like-minded travelers wishing to escape the crowds.
When guests come to Las Alamandas, there is always one predominant thought in the visitor's mind: "I hope no one else ever finds out about this place!"
Indeed, why would anyone want to announce the discovery of such a secret private paradise, when they can enjoy it quite gloriously all to themselves?
So rare in the world today is it possible to easily access a place so beautiful, so peaceful, so utterly fabulous, and yet so unique. With only 16 luxurious suites on an unimaginably vast and divinely diverse private estate, Las Alamandas provides an unparalleled escape for discerning travelers in the know. No crowds, just dazzling beaches and the warm Pacific surf and was recently modernized to the top standards of the day.
What's the secret? Las Alamandas is not the product of a corporation designed to maximize sales and profit, resulting in crowded pools and coastlines. Instead, Las Alamandas is the vision and creation of Isabel Goldsmith-Patiño and remains a natural preserve with four private beaches, tranquil lagoons, organic orchards, flowing estuaries and exotic natural wildlife far more spectacular and protected than can be found in even the most remote corners of the planet.
Born in Paris, Isabel Goldsmith-Patiño is the daughter of the late British financier Sir James "Jimmy" Goldsmith and the granddaughter of "Bolivian Tin King" Don Antenor Patiño. Inspired by her love of nature and desire to preserve this pure environment, Ms. Goldsmith-Patiño created Las Alamandas to become one of Mexico's most famous and inspired luxury hideaways, a haven treasured by those who have discovered it. With a virgin coastline of unspoiled beaches, nature meets luxury. Sea turtles lay their eggs, pelicans fly in perfect formation overhead, luxuriant lagoons are habitats for numerous species of birds, with private biking, hiking and riding trails and lookout points with dramatic panoramas of the coast and the beautiful San Nicolas River, Las Alamandas is the ultimate eco-resort hideaway!
SOURCE Las Alamandas