Paradise Village Beach Resort & Spa

Address: Av. Paseo de los Cocoteros #1, Nuevo Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit, Pacific Coast, 63732, Mexico | 3 star resort
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

How has this resort rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This 3 star resort, located on Av. Paseo de los Cocoteros #1, Nuevo Vallarta, is near Vallarta Adventures, Playa de los Muertos, El Tigre Golf at Paradise Village, and Mayan Palace Nuevo Vallarta Golf Course.
Map this resort

Amenities

Photos of Paradise Village Beach Resort & Spa

    View all photos
         

      TravelPod Member ReviewsParadise Village Beach Resort & Spa Nuevo Vallarta

      Reviewed by stefanieleblanc

      Will keep going back

      Reviewed Dec 28, 2013
      by (10 reviews) Canmore , Canada Flag of Canada

      My parents are members and we have been to this resort 3 times now! Continue to love this place. Beautiful beach, great staff, and very clean.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Paradise Village Beach Resort & Spa Nuevo Vallarta

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Nuevo Vallarta

      New Years in Mexico (2013-2014)

      A travel blog entry by stefanieleblanc on Dec 28, 2013

      17 photos

      By far one of the most memorable trips I have ever taken with my family to Mexico. Felt spoiled being able to bring my best friend on the trip. We spent a day on a yacht with the Douglas gang and spent another day at the gorgeous house they were renting out for the week. Stayed at Paradise Village of course because of our memberships and basically …

      Kip & Taylor Fly In for a Week of Fun & Sun!

      A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Feb 16, 2014

      1 comment, 33 photos

      ... way into the bay nearly two months before but had never stopped there. It was a very nice anchorage with a minimum of rolling.

      Following our plan to see as much of the bay as possible we hauled the anchor Tuesday and headed south across Banderas Bay to Yelapa. The distance was 15 miles or about 3 hours. Once again we had the fishing lines out pronto and once again we caught a fish. This time it was Taylor’s turn and she ...

      November Notes

      A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423 on Nov 29, 2011

      8 photos

      ... we had a wonderful welcome home.

      For more photos of Puerto Vallarta go to:
      https://picasaweb.google.com/andresamiz ade/201112NovPuertoVallarta?authkey=Gv1 sRgCITNhJin_fSEdg#

      For more photos of Sailing to Los Arcos and Las Animas go to:
      https://picasaweb.google.com/andresamiz ade/201128NovSailToLosArcosYLasAnimas?a uthkey=Gv1sRgCOHmoNaJl6ObPA#




      ...

      Life in Puerta Vallarta

      A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Jan 14, 2011

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... 30 years ago so you start to get an idea of their condition. Most have cracked windscreens and windows, seats missing and faulty doors. They are personalised by the drivers so many have religious artefacts like rosaries and holy pictures hanging inside and I have even seen velvet curtains surrounding the driver. As the town is cobbled, they rattle, swerve and clatter down the roads. They lurch to a stop to let you off and you are ejected and land on the pavement dazed ...

      Cruising Is More Than Sailing

      A travel blog entry by ashika on Mar 28, 2010

      11 photos

      ... the bright orange and browns of rusty steel of construction long ago abandoned; small towns in Mexico are very colorful.

      The people we meet are incredible: families stop us on the street to inquire about our dogs, then they tell us about themselves in a language of sounds and gestures; leaving us with warm hand shakes and offers to come to their homes. The school-aged children wear uniforms; boys in long trousers and crested ...