Value for money
Distance to city centre
|Puerto Vallarta Ordaz|
Distance to airport
|"Beautiful beach and the grounds are immaculate."||(in 32 reviews)|
|"Erika,who maintained our room was AMAZING!"||(in 10 reviews)|
|"Staff were very friendly and helpful."||(in 21 reviews)|
|"The room smelled really bad."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"Once they have our money who cares about the check out process."||(in 3 reviews)|
|"This was our first time to PV."||(in 3 reviews)|
|beautiful beach||in 76 reviews|
|room was great||in 49 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 48 reviews|
|good food||in 32 reviews|
|great service||in 32 reviews|
|location and amenities||in 27 reviews|
|took a very long time||in 19 reviews|
|great hotel||in 16 reviews|
|ocean view||in 16 reviews|
|check in process||in 14 reviews|
|sales||in 7 reviews|
|blue sky||in 6 reviews|
|puerto vallarta||in 6 reviews|
|rooms were clean||in 5 reviews|
|great place||in 4 reviews|
Very clean and friendly staff. Room was great beach and beach was beautiful.
Couldn’t really get clean with water pressure and was warm at best. Not for a single traveler. Very family oreintated. No nightlife. Everything closes at 11ish.
Great family resort
Super clean comfortable attentive staff great food great service
Mostly everything was ok, the food though...
Everything but the food
Nice Value. Poor Check In/Out & Communication
The drinks and food on the beach was affordable. The rooms were clean and nicely outfitted with a kitchen with nice market a short walk away. Easily can make meals inside the room if family on small budget. Only 2 real complaints: 1. Excessive time neesed for Check In/Out. So many staff throughout the facility. But only 2 at Check In/Out. Took almost an hour to Check In and to Check Out. Not a good way to start and end the relationship. 2. No good english communication. You need to keep your towels and use Hospitality Suite before Checking Out. Otherwise no towels supplied inside Hospitality.
A bit aged
The resort is starting to look old, nothing terrible though and the price was ok
Checkou took 1hr and they force you to ysve a shitty plastic bacelet 24/7
Bennetts - Ed & Joumana
Beach and pools
Room was not great, the bed was poor, and housekeeping was poor.
Made us feel like criminals
Where our room was and where we had to check in and out was about 4 blocks away from each other. A long walk with inconsistent shuttle service. My initial impression wasn't nice because the man checking me in was dour. We had a1 bedroom condo room with a kitchen. When we wanted to have family over for dinner we were forbidden. At first he said it would cost $12.00 per person, then the price went up to 25 " and they can only stay for 3 hours " and then, finally, the answer was NO, no visitors allowed. After that disappointing news, we walked back to out room and the door was wide open with a maids cart next to it, but no one was there, the room was wide open! I called to complain and was told a supervisor would get back to me and they never did. I would recommend NOT going there. Also was super busy, packed with people.
Why does a excellent hotel choose to
Friendly service, excellent beach, clean pools. Felt luxurious and comfortable by beach and in the room.
I did not expect to see tigers in a hotel in Mexico. They lived in small cages and in a stressful environment next to the road. Too many people too close to their home! What is the added benefit of having tigers at a busy hotel and spa resort? If you are going to have large animals at a resort and put them on display, you'd better take care of them. I did not feel like the animals were being given the respect they deserved. Could hear tigers growling at night.(which made me question their stress levels and general care more). I do not like that the money I spent at this facility will perpetuate this circus atmosphere. Tigers might appeal to children but they did not appeal to me. Move them away from the road, give them larger facilities, enrich their environment (give them more than coconuts for toys) and treat them the way you would want to be treated.
Beach, availability of a variety of activities, option of cooking in the room, having the plaza in walking distance, the beauty of the grounds, helpfulness of staff.
Everyone dreams of an exotic island get away and Paradise Village Beach Resort and Spa provides just that. Situated on its own peninsula in the heart of Nuevo Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit, Paradise Village gives guests the ideal tropical experience.
All suites feature a kitchenette with a refrigerator, stove, and microwave. Suites also have a private patio for guests to enjoy their view of the ocean. Every room also comes with cable television and a safety deposit box.
The dining at Paradise Village Beach provides options for every taste so no guest leaves unsatisfied. El Faro de Tulum is an all-day service restaurant that overlooks the beach and provides dishes from all over the world. The Mayapan offers fine Mexican cuisine in an exquisite garden setting. The Kaybal Grill and Beach club offers fun, food, and drinks on the beach and by the pool. The Tikal Café and Deli is a casual eatery offering sushi, light snack, coffees, and desserts.
Paradise Village Beach Resort and Spa offers unique entertainment and experiences that are authentic to the region. Guests can enjoy traditional Mexican folk dancing, singing, and an exciting nightlife atmosphere. Guest who are feeling adventurous can go on pirate ship cruises, jungle safaris, hiking and fishing tours, scuba diving excursions, swimming with dolphins, and even try their hand at activities like parasailing and the flyboard.
Guests can also relax at the all-inclusive spa or by the beautiful pool. There are activities to keep the kids busy so no one in the family feels left out. The Paradise Village also has space for conferences, business meetings, and beautiful destination weddings. No matter what guests are looking for, Paradise Village Beach Resort and Spa has what they need.
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Value for money
Policies vary by room type and provider.
Unlimited Golf Getaway is the ideal package for golf pros and those who want to become them. Pamper fans will love the 3 Nights Spa Getaway instead, with a 1,904 MXN (100 USD) spa credit included.
Fun for the entire family seems to be the motto of this luxurious resort, and they deliver to it in big style. Themed nights make your evening a special event - go for the Shrimp Fest on Tuesdays to enjoy delectable seafood and learn more about shrimp recipes. The Tropical Latino Night heats up the room with hot beats and passionate salsa moves, accompanied by scrumptious dinner. To venture even further, all the way to Italy, the Tulum Restaurant regularly indulges with an Italian buffet under the stars where the pasta is al dente and the mood over the moon. For a genuine Mexican cowboy vibe, also check out the Western Charro Night, which is muy caliente.
Whoever said you have to venture out to have a great time has never been to the Paradise Village Beach Resort and Spa. During your all-inclusive stay, there are tons of possibilities to stay fit and have fun without even leaving the hotel premises. Water aerobics is offered in the spacious pools and paddle tennis or shuffleboard are great entertainment for any age. Bocce ball and professional fitness classes, like Zumba, yoga, or Pilates, round off the fitness experience nicely. To improve your Spanish skills, you can also participate in the Spanish lessons offered regularly during the week or partake in trivia contests to show off your knowledge.
The onsite Kids’ Club at the Paradise Village Beach Resort and Spa provides children with a great deal of fun while allowing parents to scoot off to their own activities. Children will love the extensive club program, including children’s cooking classes, make your own piñata courses, traditional Mexican games, or attending the Parrot Show, among much more. Musical quizzes, Mexican Bingo, and board games also add to the entertainment spectrum for their smallest guests.
Golfers will love the minute detail to attention on the 18-hole golf course, designed by golf course architect genius Robert Von Hagge. Tropical vegetation and lush hills guide you through the golf experience and challenge you with one-of-a-kind fairways. However, the incredibly designed course is not the only reason golfing is such a well-rounded experience at the resort. The Clubhouse enjoys a reputation of being one of the best in Mexico and features a restaurant with Sunday brunch and a spa. Pamper your body after an exhausting golf round and dig in with the international dining options. (Prices checked 31/05/19).
Paradise Village Beach Resort And Spa is located at Paseo De Los Cocoteros 001, 0.9 km from the centre of Nuevo Vallarta. Mayan Palace Golf Course is the closest landmark to Paradise Village Beach Resort And Spa.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Paradise Village Beach Resort And Spa.
Yes, Paradise Village Beach Resort And Spa offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Paradise Village Beach Resort And Spa offers free parking.
No, Paradise Village Beach Resort And Spa does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Paradise Village Beach Resort And Spa is 4.5 km from Puerto Vallarta Ordaz. Paradise Village Beach Resort And Spa is 93.5 km from Tepic.
No, pets are not allowed at Paradise Village Beach Resort And Spa.
Yes, Paradise Village Beach Resort And Spa has a pool on-site.