About 10 minutes from Malecon. Great heated pools. Right near the beach. Big but not too big. Booked thru Expedia and received 2 beds when we wanted 1 king. Front desk said because we were only there 1 night we had to take this only option. Beautiful place with a quiet policy after 10pm. Staff is as always great. Paid $110 usd/night just for room. Around $30/each for breakfast. Would have cost $200 for inclusive. Drinks are expensive. If you wanted to save money you could shop for groceries and then go out for the occasional dinner. All in all a good deal.
Our stay started with very few people at the hotel and we loved it! The wait staff were very interactive and attentive. The facilities are good, however, need some repairs. The food was very nice. Mid week the hotel filled up and things got crazy. There were a lot of young families and also young adults who were there unchaparoned. The young people were very disruptive, drinking through the night and very loud. It didn't appear to be a concern to the staff. Many of the young people were falling down drunk and vomiting and I didn't see any of the staff intervene. In all I would stay here again, but maybe not during the down season when school is letting out.
We come here often. We love that it is close to downtown Puerto Vallarta. The rooms have a kitchenette with a bar fridge, which allow s to have breakfast and lunch at the resort, and we go out on the town for dinner.mthe resort has a laundromat and there's a grocery store nearby. The beach sn't the nicest in the world, but the people are very friendly.
Most beautiful resort in Puerto Vallarta. The grounds are massive and very well manicured. One of the few resorts that has land with it as well as beautiful beaches. The only drawback was the timeshare salespeople trying to constantly get you to participate in their program.
Would definitely stay again.
"An nice affordable place to kick back in safety."
All good from check-in to check-out. The friendly staff greeted with a tropical drink. Check-in was a breeze. This is our fifth visit to the Golden Crown Paradise and there were many familiar faces both in the staff and visitors. The room was up to our expectations, the air conditioning worked perfectly. The restaurants were very good with a wide variety of food types. Pools, hot tubs remodeled. Restaurants were remodeled and/or updated. We spent time in the downtown areas and were very comfortable. Our departure was as planned with the airport transportation on time. No glitches at anytime. We will plan to do it again next year.
"Great hotel with excellent staff! Lots of smiles!"
I love staying at the Hilton Puerto Vallarta , the staff is what keeps me coming back! The food is great, the hotel is nice and there's something to be said about the staff that always has a smile and go out of their way to make you feel welcomed! I'll be coming back next year!
My son loved the hotel due to the attractions for the kids! Drinks menu in every bar for them too! For my son this hotel is the best! But the rooms needs improvement. The drinks for the adults are good but they could use better quality in the alcohol.
We've been to many places in Puerto Vallarta, but always come back to Los Tules for the peaceful relaxing beach and pools-during the week (weekends are busier with Mexican families). Lush coconut groves, low-rise condos with stairs that seem to be designed by Dr Seuss, and plenty of pools and loungers to enjoy. This was our first rental with Villas Del Sol (one of several ways to visit Los Tules) and their service was fine--no inventory hassles and a late checkout granted with no extra charge. We had a ground floor studio in building 20 which faces the adjoining Fiesta Americana hotel. We used to visit their bar and restaurant which we judged slightly better than Los Tules' own, but they recently became all-inclusive and have put up a fence to keep the Los Tules visitors out--disappointing. As for the room, it's like others have said: great kitchen, hard bed, kind of shabby interior, but great value for the location and worth the trade-off, in our opinion. We'll keep coming back!
Large resorts dominate the Hotel Zone, arguably the center of Puerto Vallarta tourism. This area includes the Maritime Terminal, where cruise ships dock. Across the street, visitors can see authentic bullfights at La Paloma Bullring. Like its southern half, the North Hotel Zone’s main attraction is the crescent-shaped bay. Water sports are in abundance, as are restaurants, bars, and shops.