We move here due to a flight cancellation due to hurricane warning. The hotel filled due to the warning and flights being cancelled and building evacuations The staff did everything possible to make the time comfortable. They let you know the disaster plan and what to do and where to go. The storm missed us and by morning they had a full breakfast ready to serve. Things got back to normal. The hotel is newer so very modern and well laid out. Very near the marina so lots of restaurants as well as close to the airport. Good for a stay over when arriving or leaving Puerto Vallarta
It was an overall nice experience, but when I did the check in there was some misunderstanding with the package I bought, and at the end I had to pay a difference of 120 USD to have access to all hotel features.
A friends son got married here and we wanted to celebrate together with them. They chose this resort so I checked the web-site & got an idea of what it looked like. Once there it was even better. The rooms were great with a nice view of the pool & ocean. From the moment we arrived the service was non-stop. Once settled in we took a tour and were greeted at every turn from staff. Then a walk to the pool bar and the service continued. Then down a few steps and we were walking on the beach. We met up with friends and enjoyed a great steak dinner that was just delicious and again the service was WOW. The beds were comfortable and the rooms were more then you could ask for. The restaurants were very nice with one having an ocean view. Breakfast, lunch , Dinner by menu or buffet, why even leave. I really liked that once you filled your plate at the buffet, staff would carry your plate to your table and serve it to you. Another WoW .
"A 3-star Hotel at best. Good for a couple nights only."
A 3 star hotel at best. Rooms were large but furnishings were just so-so. Mattress was like sleeping on the floor (hard). Hotel was clean and freshly painted. Maid did not dust tops of refrig or microwave.
We stayed only 2 nights before we could check in at our timeshare down the street for a week.
Location was great if you were OK without a beach. NIce pools and pool area, backs to the waterway between Marina and Bandera Bay. Just a few blcoks to the marina shops and restaurants. Ask for shortcut into the back entrance.
Use of Club Regina facilites across the street, however, pools and beach were jam packed so service was slow. Fitness center charges $7 per visit.
Bad points: We arrived early friday afternoon. Pool Bar was CLOSED for the day. So was their only restaurant - even though we were going to Marina and Malecon anyways. Saturday We bought a small cooler and beer at OXXO convenient store (1 block). Went to front desk for ice and they tried to tell me I couldn't take a cooler. When I barked back about their bar being closed, they sent down some ice - but it comes from across the street at Club Regina.
I wuld say it is OK for a night or two only. For a longer stay..go elsewhere.
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Raintrees Villa Vera, Puerto Vallarta is located in the exclusive Marina Vallarta area. Within only a few miles you can find …More
Marina Vallarta is a large residential and tourist complex with a 500-slip marina. The marina’s lighthouse, El Faro, features a cocktail lounge that’s popular during sunset. The community’s namesake 18-hole golf course gives a new meaning to term water hazard: crocodiles inhabit its lagoons. Restaurants and shops line Marina Vallarta’s boardwalk.