Boulevard Francisco Medina Ascencio, 5 de Diciembre 48350
AVERAGE USER RATING
Contact:+52 322 223 4267
Open Hours: Mo to Su from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
This long beach, with golden sand, always enjoys beautiful ocean sunsets. The beach provides a festive environment with many ... More
Playa Las Glorias
This long beach, with golden sand, always enjoys beautiful ocean sunsets. The beach provides a festive environment with many volleyball tournaments, sunbathing and other beach activities. You'll always be able to find various unique souvenirs or snacks from from one of the beach vendors, who are always around. Not surprisingly, this beach is home to many of Puerto Vallarta's top hotels. The Hotel Fiesta Americana , Los Tules Resort , Hotel Pelicanos Puerto Vallarta , Omega Las Palmas Beach Resort and the Qualton Club are all located here.
I read about this hotel on the internet and came highly recommended by friends. My fiancee and I booked a suite two weeks in advance. When we showed up early (1 pm) we were told the room was not ready and told to return at 4 p.m.
When we returned, our accomodations had been changed to the opposite of what we didn't want and were told they were sold out of the suites. After constant fueding with the front desk personnel (of which I might add lacks customer service skills) we were put in an area of the hotel which was in the process of being renovated. This room had not been completed, rooms on each side were empty with beds on their sides up against the wall. There were dead bugs in the bathtub, no towels, the room had a fine layer of dust throughout, windows were dirty, curtains were paper thin, no light outside and the service we received from the front desk was the worst I ever experienced in my life.
My fiancee and I will never be back. Please DO NOT waste your money on this hotel.
Widely considered one of the best beaches in the area, this four kilometer stretch of sand is protected from the
Atlantic's fury by an attractive rock and sandstone breakwater. It is the ideal place to watch the sun set ...
Playa de Concha (Shell Beach) is in the middle of El Sardinero. Its name probably comes from the hundreds of
little shells that wash up on the shore, although some say it is related to legends of a female ...
This regenerated beach with dark, almost black sand, is 800 meters long and close to the marina, attracting locals and
visitors alike. You'll see row upon row of deck chairs and sunshades, ten bars where you can have a ...