Mar Sereno Hotel & Suites
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- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Mar Sereno Hotel & Suites Puerto Vallarta
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Our main waiter was born in Mexico but lived most of his life in LA! He came back to Puerto Vallarta as he feels it is a great and perfect place to live. He is a very family oriented individual.
The food was unsurpassed. For an appetizer, we chose their amazing giant coconut shrimp served on some mustard sauce surrounding a small bit of leek and potatoes.
Marilyn had the beef medallions and I had the pecan crusted perch.
... was really getting into those dance moves with the kids throughout the night! I've never seen any other manager get into the disco as much as she did! She had them all WORKIN' IT!
Heather*, Jenny*, Kalie*, Vanna*, and I got dressed up and went to the Ultimate Deck Party to dance and hang out. The cruise staff led everyone in learning how to wobble. SO funny!
We all met up with the others in the crew bar afterward for a quick drink before I left for bed. ...
... I heard somewhere that that's where the magic happens. And I couldn't agree more.
This time, it's to somewhere familiar. I've been to Puerto Vallarta before. And. Mexico many many times. I even know people there. But I'm going alone. And will endeavour to master some balance of living in paradise, immersed in culture, forced to practice another language while working remotely. Let's see if this can be done.
And if it can, if this turns ...
the campsite. They love their cute little suite. We finished the
evening off sitting around a fire at the beach having cerveza's and
tostadas and sharing stories with some of our neighbors. Mom and Dad
really enjoy it here. Yup, Mom and Dad like Mexico too!
You have to look at our set up here.
It comes with a little gazebo, patio, and we're surrounded by
gorgeous plants ...
... didn’t, but I think I left the hotel around 5pm as it was still a couple of hours away from sunset. Walked along Playa de los Muertos - The Beach of the Dead - so called because the first settlers here in the 1800’s discovered an ancient Indian burial ground when they were digging the foundations for their houses.
I stopped at a place called Anuale which is a block back from the beach as they were having a 2 for 1 happy hour with Margaritas at 25 pesos. ...