Puerto Vallarta

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Centro and Environs
12 reviews
This atmospheric bed-and-breakfast puts you in the very heart of residential Puerto Vallarta, overlooking the famous crown of the Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe church. — Star Service
8
5 reviews
Room decor is simultaneously cheerful, light, and charming. Separate adults-only pools and restaurants make the space welcoming for couples seeking quiet or romance. — Fodor's
8
South Along Banderas Bay
7 reviews
Hollywood celebrities have stayed at this new and award-winning resort when visiting Puerto Vallarta for vacation—and it's no surprise why. — Fodor's
8
South Along Banderas Bay
4 reviews
This upscale Dreams property sits on a sweet private cove on Banderas Bay, making it a great romantic spot. — Oyster
8
Marina Vallarta
6 reviews
Near the Melia and Westin, this hotel is cut to a standard international resort template geared directly to Americans, which seems to be the key to its success in the face of heavy competition — Star Service
8
5 reviews
Four Seasons Resort stands as a luxurious yet low-key hideaway that sees more than 300 days of sunshine a year. — Forbes Travel Guide
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Centro and Environs
5 reviews
Located a few blocks north of the start of the malecón, the Premiere is within walking distance of downtown restaurants, shops, galleries, and clubs. — Frommer's
8
Marina Vallarta
6 reviews
A handsome 10-acre, beachfront, all-suite hotel built in a horseshoe shape. Impeccably kept, with beautiful marble floors, pastel walls, Huichol art, and Mexican textiles. — DK Eyewitness
8
Marina Vallarta
7 reviews
Pick of the elegant new resorts along Vallarta’s northern coast, ideal for some serious pampering (and spending). — Rough Guide
8
Zona Romántica
6 reviews
Los Arcos benefits from a prime location: It's planted on Puerto Vallarta's main beach, Playa del Sol, and is right smack in the middle of the Romantic Zone. — Oyster
7
Centro and Environs
4 reviews
The Fiesta Americana's towering, three-story, thatched palapa lobby is a landmark in the Hotel Zone, and the resort is known for its excellent beach, quality rooms, and friendly service. — Frommer's
7
4 reviews
The sophisticated Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit shows what an all-inclusive resort can be — Forbes Travel Guide
7
South Along Banderas Bay
4 reviews
Understated luxury and an open-to-nature building design describe this eight-suite boutique property located in a jungle about an hour south of Vallarta. — Fodor's
7
3 reviews
Nonchalant elegance, with updated country furnishings of wicker, leather, and wood; rock-floor showers without curtains or doors; and cheerful Pacific Coast architectural details. — Fodor's
7
Zona Romántica
4 reviews
Some of the sombre rooms here have seen better days, but they all have a/c, cable TV, safe and fan, and overlook a spacious, shady courtyard where excellent breakfasts are served. — Rough Guide
7
4 reviews
Positioned in the middle of the midrange, this is a dependable beachfront option with a look that has been evolving over the past few years — Star Service
7
4 reviews
This is a behemoth with a spectacular view from the lobby, but you'll likely spend more time in the pleasant pool area or on the fine, yellow-sand beach. — Lonely Planet
7
Marina Vallarta
5 reviews
Stunning architecture and vibrant colors are the hallmark of this award-winning property. Despite the spacious grounds, the warm service creates the feeling of an intimate resort. — Frommer's
7
Centro and Environs
4 reviews
Featuring gorgeously groomed jungle grounds and blue-tiled pools with beautiful bay views, this all-inclusive resort towers above the secluded Mismaloya Beach. — Oyster
7
South Along Banderas Bay
3 reviews
Rooms are furnished with antiques and local art; most have kitchenettes or full kitchens, along with balconies. — Fodor's
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