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Arrived 129/18. A manager sent me a confirmation for a 36 day stay in June 2017. When I arrived my reservation was not recorded. They had no room for me and did not even offer to help find me another room at another hotel. As...More
Response from Benedicto R, Gerente at Hotel Porto AllegroResponded yesterday
Hi, regarding your complaint you never arrived at the Porto Allegro hotel in Puerto Vallarta, we were waiting for three days until you cancel your reservation on Booking.com as no show, I do not know if the taxi took you to another place but we...More
I've just got to add my name to the list of great reviews of this place. Hotel Porto Allegro is clean, updated, touches of beauty in each room and the breakfasts are outstanding. Their staff attended to our requests promptly and cheerfully. We stayed for...More
If you are looking for a clean budget hotel, just book it, great staff, easy check in, clean rooms and 2 bottles of water every day and beach towels provided, bed was soft and comfy, good water pressure and hit water, our 4 days was...More
We stayed 6 nights and could not ask for a better location with short access to the Malecon, market shopping area and restaurants. We were in a large corner room that had great light and a small balcony. The firdt night we were concerned about...More
After reading many reviews rating Porto Allegro as a 5-star, we had maybe expected a bit more. If you decide to book and stay, I’d definitely read the reviews themselves for a true picture and that will help temper your expectations accordingly. It’s not a...More
We took an Uber. We were 2 people with carry ons. They don't stop were the taxis do. Instead walk to the meeting point, about 50 meters. Make a left when exit arrivals at the airport until you see the pedestrian bridge. Our... More
We took an Uber. We were 2 people with carry ons. They don't stop were the taxis do. Instead walk to the meeting point, about 50 meters. Make a left when exit arrivals at the airport until you see the pedestrian bridge. Our ride to hotel Porto Alegro from the airport on a Saturday at 6pm was about 110 pesos
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"If you are concerned about noise you might want an interior room."