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We had a wonderful week here a couple weeks back. It's by far the best all-inclusive we've ever stayed at, having tried two other 4.5 star resorts in Cuba. The first thing that struck us was how *clean* everything was; as other people have observed,...More
My husband and I stayed at the Riu with 4 other couples who are family members. The rooms were OK - beds were really hard, but that's the only complaint there. It was extremely hard to get towels - almost impossible. The beach is pretty...More
My wife and I, along with our 16 month old son stayed at the Jalisco March 28 to April 4, 2008. We requested a crib for our son which the hotel provided. We placed our son in the crib the first night. Within minutes of...More
I went with my family and my best friend for Spring Break and it was by far the best hotel we have stayed at in our 4 times in Mexico. Hardworking and friendly staff, great food, amazing location, great weather, clean, and an all over...More
Just got back yesterday. We booked this vacation at the very last minute and really hadn't built up too many big expectations (even though we've been to Mexican all-inclusives several times now).
Was this a great trip though! The staff is generally very good. The...More
US$154 - US$362 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#15 Top resorts Hotel in Nuevo Vallarta
#15 Spa Hotel in Nuevo Vallarta
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if you tip in dollars than the staff person will have to stand in line (after working a 10 hour day) at a bank or cambio to exchange to pesos. pesos are the only money accepted in their neighborhood when they live and shop.