No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this villa rated in the past?
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Villas Paradise Puerto Vallarta
Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta
... version of Godzilla but I have, for 23 years, slept with one eye open because I know he is planning his revenge. Highlight # 2: While lounging on the beach we found great entertainment in ushering over every beach peddler to see their goods. We would argue the merits of their merchandise being peddled as "cheaper than K-Mart" and "the real McCoy", had a great debate over the origins of the phrase, "the real McCoy", (which would be the first of many ...
... very structured, full of tourists. This smallish town of some 200,000 people is situated directly next to the ocean but doesn’t have the most inviting beach I’ve ever seen - Malua Bay or any other South Coast beach wins hands down by a long shot.
Whilst very commercial along the main drag called “The Malicon” we could gain easy access to restaurants, bars, shops, convenience shops and cigar vendors - what more could you need? The only issued faced ...
... and I arrived at Oasis Hostel late in the evening. Oasis Hostel is in the El Remance part of town, so the area has a very local feel to it. As soon as I got checked in and showered I went to find an ATM, which then decided to swallow my bank card. ...
... candles instead of the lights so we could conserve our power and watch movies on our computers every once in awhile. The internet is pretty slow so we couldn't download any movies and ended up watching some movies Jim's college aged nephew Eric had on his computer!! One comedy called "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People" was pretty funny. Another strange movie with Nicholas Cage called "Adaptation", had a very profound message! Cage played twin brothers. ...
... to Heaven from the bandstand, and one middle aged tourist was playing air guitar along with the solos. They’d set up a stage next to the nativity scene on the Malecon and a band called Los Arcano – a guy on keyboards and a girl playing violin – were entertaining the crowd. I got a table upstairs at Murphy’s Irish Pub next to the balcony and listened to them play covers of Unchained Melody and Imagine while sipping on a rum and coke. Beautiful night, like ...