|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Sleek and sophisticated elegance. This fifth floor corner unit has a spacious terrace to take advantage of the breathtaking views of the ocean, town and surrounding jungle hillside. Some of the special features of this luxury residence includes: travertine floors and marble bathroom countertops, Italian kitchen with granite countertops and designer domed ceiling. Luxury master suite with, walk-in closet with opaque doors and shelves, double sinks and built-in jacuzzi tub. Other features include: Brazilian hardwood doors, lighted niches, zoned air conditioning, laundry center and sliding “pocket doors” to take advantage of true indoor-outdoor Vallarta-style living. Other amenities of this outstanding complex include: 3 spectacular “infinity-edge” swimming pools, expansive “pergola” sun deck, elevators, elegant entrance lobby, and fountains. All surrounded by landscaped tropical gardens.
Adults ONLY - minimum age 25
Vallarta on the Web: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEGUVfcvs3M
Restaurants: El Arrayan.
Café des Artistes.
Café El Repollo Rojo (The Red Cabbage).
Hacienda San Angel.
Le Bistro Jazz Café.
Joe Jack’s Fish Shack.
Trio Restaurant Bar Cafe.
Activities: Vallarta offers all kinds of water sports, boat trips, canopy tours, horseback riding, fishing, water parks and much more. Vallarta Adventures is probably the best and most reliable for all of these. All of the local papers and brochures offer information on them. Banderas Bay is filled with interesting places to visit, by land, sea, or air. By sea there are scuba and snorkeling trips to Yelapa, Quimixto and much more. By air you can visit San Sebastian, and Tequila. There is bird watching, hiking, biking, horseback riding, whale watching (Nov. to March) and dolphin adventures. There is snorkeling and scuba diving at Los Arcos, and Marieta Islands, nighttime exotic shows, and daytime hiking and biking. Safety first! To enjoy Vallarta the best you can, you must be healthy in body and in mind. The town offers great health care, from soothing spas to complete hospital centers.
Wow, what a beautiful condo both inside and out. The amenities were top notch. The kitchen was a cooks dream, with top of the line appliances and cookware. There was even an Allessi teakettle sitting on the gas range. Nice wine glasses, silverware and colorful dishes.
The towels were plush and ample and included beach towels. The washer and dryer came in handy after a day at the beach.
But the best part of the whole condo was the view; absolutely breathtaking. The glass wall, which could be opened, exposed a pannorama of the water as well as the town. In the day one could see the pier on Los Muertos Beach and at night the lights of the city were awsome. The condo was perched on a steep hill, so if you are not fit to walk, a taxi would have to be the mode of transportation to and from town at about $5 a pop each way. We would walk both up and down the hill in the daytime, but we always took the taxi home at night.
If you are looking for very luxury accomodations and like the challenge of a cardio hike, then this condo is for you.
It was the absolutely best place I've ever stayed!
They say that paradise is a state of mind. When all of the ingredients are of the highest quality, it can also be a place. Puerto Vallarta Mexico qualifies for this high distinction.
Puerto Vallarta is synonymous with fun! Visitors can choose from an abundance of activities, from excursions to secluded beaches, scuba diving expeditions and hiking, biking, eco-tours, swimming with dolphins, whale watching and 4-wheeling. If swimming in Banderas bay is not challenging enough, how about a parachute ride over it? Whatever you need to get your adrenaline pumping, you’ll find it in Puerto Vallarta.
Fun in Puerto Vallarta is all but limited and suits all ages and preferences. The city offers easy-going and thrilling good times. For people with adventurous souls, getting in touch with the town’s nature in extreme ways is a must.
Golf: In general golf in Puerto Vallarta is not a cheap hobby and the increase in the number of courses from the original two in 1994 to the present day seven has not decreased prices significantly, if at all. Prices vary from course to course and each one has a series of discounts, twilight fees, packets etc. The fees vary from about $60 (dollars) up to about $180. There are also enormous differences in 'add on costs' like the price of a can of Coca Cola (how about $2.50 on one course), the cost of rental clubs, the cost of storing your clubs, even the cost of having a non-playing partner just accompanying the player to take in the view. Probably, the best way to describe the differences between some of the courses is: some feel homey and give genuine, friendly service, others are much more of a business.
Flamingos - Cheapest, probably easiest. US$ 80. Twilight rates. Reservations (329)-296-5006
Marina - Expensive. Target golf, difficult for 'hackers' but challenge for all golfers. US$ 120. ''Sunset Special'' – after 3:30. Reservations required 221-0545 or 221-0073
Vista Vallarta, Nicklaus Course - Expensive. Two top class golf courses. Most attractive.
US$ 120. Twilight rates. 290-0040 or 290-0030
Vista Vallarta, Weiskopft Course
Mayan Palace - Mid range for price. Course in excellent condition & excellent service. US$ 100. Reservations required 226-4000
Paradise Village - Mid range for price. Needs time to mature.
Four Seasons - Very expensive. Remote from Vallarta
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Nov 1 2014 - Apr 30 2015
7 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||$49|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.