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Puerto Vallarta, MexicoHotels and Resorts in Puerto Vallarta

Situated on Banderas Bay, this tropical paradise combines the old with the new in gracious style. Cobblestone streets wind through the town and art galleries and colorful boutiques are filled with Mexican folk art and handicrafts.

International cuisine can be found in any town, as well as in all resort hotels. Puerto Vallarta is divided into various tourist areas; Rivera Nayarit, features luxury resorts and eco-tourism Boutiques, world-renowned surfing, four professional golf courses, rare native wildlife including sea turtles and tropical birds, mountain and island adventures, shopping for local artwork and traditional Huichol handicrafts, charming fishing towns and miles of serene beaches.

Hotels and Resorts in Puerto Vallarta
  Casa Velas Hotel Boutique All-Inclusive , Boutique, Adults only
  Garza Blanca Preserve Resort & Spa All-Inclusive Available
  Grand Sirenis Matlali Hills Resort & Spa Adults-Only, All-Inclusive, Boutique
  Hotel Mousai All-Inclusive, Boutique
  Now Amber Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa Unlimited-Luxury®
  Secrets Vallarta Bay Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa Unlimited-Luxury® , Adults only
  Villa Premiere Boutique & Romantic Getaway All-Inclusive Available, Boutique, Adults only
  W Punta de Mita
  Westin Resort and Spa Puerto Vallarta All-Inclusive Available
  Barcelo Puerto Vallarta All-Inclusive
  Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa All-Inclusive Available
  Sheraton Buganvilas Hotel & Convention Center All-Inclusive Available
  Velas Vallarta Suite Resort All-Inclusive
  Crown Paradise Golden Puerto Vallarta All Inclusive Resort All-Inclusive, Adults only
  Meliá Vacation Club Puerto Vallarta All-Inclusive
  Sunscape Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa
  Buenaventura Grand Hotel & Great Moments, Puerto Vallarta
All-Inclusive Available
  Crown Paradise Club All-Inclusive
  Krystal Vallarta All-Inclusive Available
  Villa del Palmar Beach Resort & Spa All-Inclusive Available
 

Fun Fact: Puerto Vallarta is bordered by the jungle-covered Sierra Madre Mountains, which nature lovers enjoy hiking and biking. These mountains are home to the Huichol, descendants of the Aztecs and one of the world’s last indigenous cultures. Their art is quite desirable, and is sold in Puerto Vallarta.