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Garza Blanca Preserve Resort & Spa - Puerto Vallarta Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Garza Blanca Preserve Resort & Spa

Km. 7.5 A Barra De Navidad, Puerto Vallarta - Map
"Outstanding views of the pacific!"
The best attribute to this hotel are the amazing views to the pacific and the mountains from rooms, restaurants, lobby and pool!!!It is a nice place to relax!!!
A Traveller
Garza Blanca Preserve Resort & Spa sits on the beach in Puerto Vallarta, within easy reach of Playa Gemelas, Los Arcos, and …More
Grand Miramar Resort & Spa – Adults Only - Puerto Vallarta Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Grand Miramar Resort & Spa – Adults Only

Paseo de los Corales 139, Puerto Vallarta - Map
4.5 out of 5 (168 reviews)
Located in Conchas Chinas, this spa resort is 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from Playa de los Muertos and 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Malecon. Los …More
Playa Los Arcos Hotel Beach Resort & Spa - Puerto Vallarta Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Playa Los Arcos Hotel Beach Resort & Spa

Olas Altas 380, Puerto Vallarta - Map
"Great beach hotel in the Romantic Zone"
This was our second visit, and we were happy to see that they had made several improvements in the hotel facilities, the spa in particular. We upgraded to a second-floor beach-front room, which gave us a perfect view of the totally rebuilt Los Muertos pier nearby.
A Traveller
Overlooking the Banderas Bay with direct beach access, this Puerto Vallarta resort is in the Romantic Zone, a 5-minute walk …More
Villa del Palmar Beach Resort and Spa - Puerto Vallarta Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Villa del Palmar Beach Resort and Spa

Blvd Francisco Medina Ascencio Km 2.5, Puerto Vallarta - Map
"Great location, good service and food, best for kids."
My boyfriend and I visited Villa Del Palmar (VDP) during the week of New Year’s Eve and it was less than desirable to begin with. We arrived on 12/29/2012 that was our first mistake. We were properly prepared for the chaos at the airport, (a much nicer airport than Cabo San Lucas!) and we knew to avoid the men in white shirts (timeshare reps). We walked so fast through the timeshare area that we missed our pre arranged transportation with Olympus tours. When we got outside to where the taxis were, a very nice gentleman was able to find our transportation rep for us. Unfortunately the Olympus tours rep tried to set us up for a timeshare presentation in the disguise of needing to meet with the guy, on day 2 of your trip in order to get your return ticket for your ride to the airport. We did try to meet the Olympus tours rep in the lobby of VDP on day 2 at 1pm, but after waiting 15 minutes, we didn’t see the orange shirt, so we went back to the pool. It turns out the ride from the airport is 80 pesos ($7 US dollars), and like 15 minutes. So I don’t think it was necessary to arrange prior transportation like it is in Cabo San Lucas, where the airport is something like $50 US dollars each way. I don’t think they tell you this anywhere on the travel sites. So if given the option, I say you just take a taxi, they’re everywhere and very easy! So we get to the hotel, we’re greeted by some nice staff who are trying to expedite the check in by taking your luggage and putting it in one place, and they promise you they will watch it for you. Our luggage was fine, but I kept my eye on it anyway. Also, on Saturday mornings only, they have a guy manning a beer stand in the lobby for the folks who have not checked in yet, and a cold beer for $2 US dollars sounds awesome! Unfortunately we came during one of the highest peak times of the year, so it took us over an hour to get through the check in line. I think there were 3 people at the desk. Again, we were weary of timeshare presentations, so as soon as we got our room keys, we declined any “welcome orientations.” It turns out it might have given us some information about when restaurants were open and what was included in our all inclusive meals, drinks, and shows. About the all inclusive package: The food was either very good or very bad. The El Patron “Mexican food” restaurant was hit or miss. We thought the enchiladas with mole sauce was very good, and the shrimp fajitas. I also enjoyed the “shrimp and fish tacos” which were like mini chimichangas, deep fried and served with fresh guacamole. Everything else was too salty, too cheesy, soggy or just plain bad. And we are not picky eaters. The other restaurant (there’s really only 2 even though they say there is 3), the Cuciana Italiana was almost never open for lunch or dinner, but I think they combined it with the Market restaurant which was on the other side of the same restaurant, closer to the beach. They served breakfast buffet every day, which is part of the all inclusive, a huge buffet of fresh sliced melons, pineapple, papaya, and various breakfast items, eggs, sausage, ham, and some Mexican dishes, they also had fresh coffee and fruit juices. We were rarely at the hotel for lunch time, so can’t really comment on that. For dinner, the Market served a dinner buffet some nights, and they had an AMAZING dessert buffet. Like serious 5 star desserts, just beautiful and delicious. I loved the flan and the tiramisu. And there must be a great bread baker on staff as well, they always had fresh rolls and really good table bread. The last night we were there, we had a fantastic seafood meal (for some reason it wasn’t a buffet night). This might have been the only day we actually spent more than $50 each to properly take advantage of the all inclusive $50 per person per day. Be aware of the times the restaurants are open, see your check in card holder, a lot of good info on that insert. The whole food experience was very guess and check. Many of the other hotel guests were not on all inclusive, and they were usually repeat guests. That was a red flag that it is not worth the price. If only we had known the food at the Market restaurant was stellar, but only on Friday nights? We are still unsure, it is not posted anywhere we could find. The drinks were pretty good, Eduardo at the bar was great. We were told by other guests that service is always very slow at the pool, so it’s best to just go get your own drinks at the bar. I generally drink whiskey and coke, however, sometimes when you’re laying out, there’s nothing quite like a pina colada! And we made sure to get a bottle of water with every meal, so we always had plenty of water on hand. The water in the rooms, and in the resort are said to be filtered, so the ice and water on tap should be good to drink. What is NOT included in all inclusive is the deli (good sandwiches!) which is located on the street side of the huge resort, and the market store, where you can buy anything you forgot for twice the price of the Sorianos which is another block South. Or if you prefer Walmart, there’s one about 2 blocks north of the hotel. I think next time we will skip the all inclusive package and just go to the Sorianos and pick up food and drinks. You can just bring a 12 pack of beer to the hot tub or pool, and they will not say anything. Also, it’s more fun to go downtown and eat street tacos or really authentic Mexican food! More about the hotel. Due to the high volume of guests during the first part of our stay, the service was very slow, and it seemed like the food was worst. Once the New Year’s crowd left, the service got MUCH better, the staff was actually smiling, and we didn’t feel ignored. The rooms appeared to be clean... but my 2nd and 3rd night I woke up with multiple bug bites. We were never really in bug infested areas, so there was nowhere else that I could have picked it up. So I’m going to have to assume there were bed bugs. On the 3rd night, I felt the biting, so I woke up and pulled the sheets back and found a little black bug. Ew! So the next day we asked to speak to the manager, Claudia. She was barely apologetic, but she did switch our room rather quickly. We had originally signed up for a pool facing King sized bed, but we had a parking lot facing 2 double beds room – so we were switched to the correct room. The rest of the stay was rather uneventful, once we figured out where to eat, and I obsessively checked the bed for bugs every night, and made my boyfriend shower before climbing into bed from the beach. We also met a lot of fun people in the hot tub, great place to meet people if you’re just 2 people traveling on your own! Anyway, sorry for the novel, but I wished we had known a lot of these things prior to our trip, but now you know! We would only stay at this hotel again unless we had kids and it was not peak season. For now, being late 20’s travelers with no kids, we might seek another hotel close by. And next time, go without the all inclusive package.
TravelingCouple04 from Sunnyvale, CA
This traditional Mexican resort is in the North Hotel Zone of Puerto Vallarta, less than 5 km (3 mi) from the Malecón …More
Barcelo Puerto Vallarta All Inclusive - Puerto Vallarta Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Barcelo Puerto Vallarta All Inclusive

Km 11.5 Zona Hotelera Sur, Puerto Vallarta - Map
"Nice location away from the busy marina district"
The Hotel itself is located in Mismaloya Beach. It has a semi private beach which means that the southern part of it is public, but you really won't be able to tell as the hotel side is made up for guest only. The public beach restaurant at the end does get busy but does not create any issues with space. In fact, it makes the beach overall more lively. The best part is the small boats that act as water taxi's that can take you out for about an hour to a brief sightseeing & snorkeling adventure right from the beach! Make sure you haggle with the price as it can range from $50 for two down to $20 total which we paid. They have plenty of boats so haggle & haggle and set your own time as well. There also a small river of water that flows into the ocean besides the hotel. In front of the hotel there's easy access to any jungle adventure on your own. There's a zoo which is 5 min walk and El Eden is about 1 mile away. The hotel itself is quite nice. Make sure you book your dinner reservation ahead of time before you leave because there are only three specialty restaurants plus the buffet & snack bar. Pending on your stay you can only eat a limited amount, 2-3 nights - once, 4-6 - twice, 7 - three. The snack bar is your best choice during the day for lunch or an early dinner as you can dine & order off a menu with some really good selections. The buffet is good for breakfast and dinner, but it's a buffet so don't expect much more than that. The pools are really nice. They have 4.
Traveller from Los Angeles
Barceló Puerto Vallarta; ALL INCLUSIVE 5 Stars Hotel – 4 Diamonds Resort awarded by the AAA, with a total of 316 spacious and …More
Casa Karma Boutique Resort - Puerto Vallarta Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Casa Karma Boutique Resort

Carretera a Barra de Navidad #1247, Puerto Vallarta - Map
Nestled on the beach, this Conchas Chinas guesthouse is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Los Muertos Pier and 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from …More
Marriott CasaMagna Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa - Puerto Vallarta Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Marriott CasaMagna Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa

Avenida Paseo De La Marina 435, Puerto Vallarta - Map
"The resort is nice except for the Beach."
My wife and I had a very nice stay at this resort. The workers were very well trained and cooperative.
Traveller from Tampa, FL
This family-friendly Puerto Vallarta resort, across the street from the Marina Vallarta resort/residential community's golf …More
Hotel Posada de Roger - Puerto Vallarta Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel Posada de Roger

Basilio Badillo 237 COL, Puerto Vallarta - Map
"Just Okay ..."
I read the previous reviews and thought it would be a great place to stay for the night. I enjoyed the overall location and charm of the hotel.  I had an room on the ground floor in the courtyard. I was fine that the room was small, but the pillows were flat and very bumpy. The lock on the door kind of locked ... not really. And, having a room in the courtyard meant a lot of noise all night long. There was a group of 25 young adults who stayed that same weekend and let's say they thought the courtyard was their personal living room from 8:00pm to 4:00am. I know I didn't  get any sleep. I was wondering the whole night where was the night time manager was!?! Other guests asked them to be quiet, but they got ignored. Overall, if you book this hotel ask for a room not in the courtyard if you like not to be disturbed in the night. It is a good value for what you get.
Kathleene from Tacoma, WA
This family-friendly Puerto Vallarta hotel is located by the ocean, within 1 mi (2 km) of Galeria Olinala and Malecon. Los …More
Comfort Inn Puerto Vallarta - Puerto Vallarta Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Comfort Inn Puerto Vallarta

Blvd. Francisco Medina Ascenci 3965, Puerto Vallarta - Map
"Excellent Hotel"
I´m checking this hotel & its the first time that i saw many changes since Decemeber, 2010, congratulations. About the installations, rooms, pool, are excellent, the service in the front desk, restaurant wow, & excellente location. If you want great & comfortable rooms (the hotel is NEW), nice people & Only munutes from the best part of puerto vallarta, this is your plece.
A Traveller
This family-friendly Puerto Vallarta hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Marina Golf Club, El Faro Lighthouse, and Marina …More
Krystal Vallarta - Puerto Vallarta Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Krystal Vallarta

Avenida Las Garzas, Puerto Vallarta - Map
"Very enjoyable stay - we'll be back"
We stayed at the Krystal Vallarta in March 2015 and had a great time. The staff are all very nice and willing to help if you need anything or have a question. We had a room with an ocean view and it was very clean and the maid did a great job every day. We ordered breakfast and lunches off the menu and had very good food. We didn't eat any dinner meals at the resort choosing to go downtown to eat. The beach in front of the resort is very nice and was clean. There are some areas of the resort that are getting older and in need of maintenance and was told these are being addressed. We will definitely be going back!
Traveller from wisconsin
Nestled on the beach, this North Hotel Zone resort is within 3 mi (5 km) of Cruise Ship Terminal, Malecon, and Bay of …More

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    Puerto Vallarta Hotel & Travel Guide

    It’s time for you to leave your domestic borders and go international. Puerto Vallarta is full of tropical flora, warm ocean breezes, and colorful personalities. Reserve your room at any number of Puerto Vallarta hotels to escape the ordinary.

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    Let the Fiesta Begin

    Put on your party hat as soon as you land and head straight for the beach, which will probably be right in front of the best hotels in Puerto Vallarta. Take a stroll down the El Malecon Boardwalk to absorb all the sights, sounds of the mariachi bands, and the unique trappings being sold along the storefronts. The year-round pleasant climate means you can test your adrenaline in any season with motorcross in the jungle or ATVs on the mountains. When you finally call it day, wander out onto the Los Muertos Pier to see a stunning Mexican sunset.

    Tacos, Pescado, and Tequila

    Since it’s is located right along the Pacific Ocean, there is no shortage of tasty Mexican seafood restaurants in and around the city. The Zona Romantica is a charming little neighborhood in the middle of town, and is studded with old-time cantinas that serve delicious cocktails. You may also want to join one of the many food tours that are offered around town. You’ll be able to try dishes from different chefs, all while washing it down with the finest tequila. Traveling with your sweetheart? Check out our listings for local romantic hotels and do some food tasting together; or if you’re flying in with the whole family, one of the all-inclusive hotels and resorts might be the best bet to keep everyone entertained.

    Are you ready for the tropical sun to kiss your skin while you suck down homemade margaritas and spicy shrimp tacos? Travelocity has you covered. We are ready to help kick your fiesta into high gear with our wide selection of cheap hotels in Puerto Vallarta. Vamos!

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