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"Awesome Location Mediocre Room"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 24, 2013
The Buenaventura is located just a few blocks from the "happenin" Malecon and restaurants. We did not do all-inclusive during our stay so that we can enjoy the restaurants in the town. We were promised a European Plan breakfast through Hotels.com at this hotel, but the hotel didn't know about that deal. We explained to the manager and showed them our printed confirmation and they honored the request. For that fact, I think the staff was attentive to our needs. The condition of the hotel was nice, except that our hotel room door wouldn't lock. Our room was located on the street side of the hotel without a balcony, so it was a little noisy, but ok. The bathroom smelled a little like mildew, which is common in warm climates. The lock on the room safe was busted open, and not usable! The staff was all very friendly. The pool side entertainment was fun. The pools and grounds were great. I would stay here again due to it's location and that it was a clean hotel.
"Great hotel for the price"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 29, 2013
Great hotel just off the main street and a 5 minute bus ride to the boardwalk. Lots of food choices nearby. Their promotions made the hotel a great price. There's no designated parking lot but there's lots of on street parking nearby. Super clean room. Beds were a little hard. The pool was very large and clean but not heated. :( Air conditioning provided. Lots of channels on the tv with some english language channels.
"The staff are what make this resort awesome!"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 7, 2013
I stayed at the Friendly (Hola) Vallarta for 4 nights between Christmas and New Year's Eve. I can't emphasize enough how amazing the staff were - from the maids, bartenders, waiters, activities directors, bellhop - ALL of them are super nice and exactly what they claim - FRIENDLY! Always happy, ready to make you laugh and go above/beyond to make you smile. The rooms are charming, only slightly dated/worn but kept very clean. The grounds were impeccably maintained, but during this busy season it was hard during peak hours to find a lounger/chair. I was also surprised to find the majority of the guests were from Mexico, but I guess that is common during the week I stayed.
"Great location! Near restaurants and new pier!"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 7, 2013
We love the San Marino because of its great location. We don't rent a car and like being able to walk to everything... restaurants, shopping, the Malecon, etc. And the old pier has now been replaced and the new pier opened January 4, 2013. It is absolutely beautiful, especially at night when it is lit up! We like the San Marino!
"An airline employee's view point"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on May 3, 2012
My neighbors were staying a week in their time share. I found a better rate on Hotels.com than my corporate web site. I only stayed two nights but found it to be very enjoyable. The grounds were perfect. I had an ocean front room. I did not hear any noise at night. I am considering bringing my family here some time. I know it might be hard to understand but it can be both a family vacation and also a romantic get away
"Casa Iguana- Mismaloya"
Reviewed by Karen B of "Seattle, WA" on
Apr 2, 2012
This is mine and my son's third trip to Mexico and certainly the most memorable. Mismaloya is an amazing, rural little town nestled in a broad and beautiful expanse of mountains. It was a wonderful experience in experiencing the charm and beauty of Mexico and the kind, friendly people.
While there, we ate locally at the small hut/kitchen which is across the street from the hotel on the way to the beach. We had filling, delicious meals for about 70 pesos. I took a ride into the mountains with a lead from the ranch ( also across the street) and we swam in a clean, jade-colored river and lay in the sun. All in all wonderful, however, if you are the impeccable, resorty-type of traveler it is unlikely that you will like the accomodations because they are very homey (and what we personally found so charming!) Also, if you want to travel into Vallarta inexpensively, just take the bus in... I think it is about 70 cents and you will enjoy the feel of the dusty, bumpy road! So much to say... it was an all-around wonderful trip.