Hard Rock Hotel Vallarta
Travel Blogs from Nuevo Vallarta
We stayed at a campground right off the beach in Sayulita Mexico. It was a beautiful site, except for the biker rally on the beach beside us. They were fine actually and the band wasn't bad to listen to. The roar of their bikes was a tad annoying.
Sayulita is a nice little town, with lots of tourism in the high season.
We wondered around, had supper on the street at a ...
... and an Aussie girl, and possibly had the best meal so far in Mexico - fish tacos. Marlin to be exact, just amazing. I had an early night that night as I wanted to catch a bus to Guadalajara the next day. ...
... to Puerto Vallarta, we made arrangements with Carolyn and Larry Dunn to stay at Casa Riyo whether we were there or not. As it turned out, we arrived two days ahead of them! We had a great time and the days sped by.
We checked out the malecón renovation with the Dunns. The improvements add a nice touch and are pleasing to the eye: wide steps down to the beach is such a good ...
... what is now Mexico City. To say the show was thrilling would be a significant understatement.
The show ended about 90 minutes later to a roaring audience, and the ushers promptly led us to a secluded beach front.
"Party of two, ustedes?" The escort waved a forward gesture and bowed in the direction of the table, making me and Joanna feel like James Bond and his femme du jour. Our table was located right on the sand with nothing but ...
... hee-co?” He looked around and gestured with his hand, as if he were looking from a great distance. “Ah, yus the people who are waiting on you! Let’s go boys, these Americanos are hungry!” A mariachi band from Havana, Cuba came up on stage and provided the evening’s entertainment, highlighted by some canorous flamenco guitar.
Joanna pointed out that the Ice Cube look-alike was sitting at the table next ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service