It is an excellent place to relax and enjoy the sun.Large rooms with great balconies. The pool was too warm, but excellent size. They need to improve the food selection, specially the breakfast. More activities for the kids, there were none. The staff were excellent. The room furniture is not kids friendly and too much furniture.
Located in Nuevo Vallarta, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course, 1 mi (1.7 km) from Playa Bucerias, and 2 mi (3.2 …More
We love everything about the Riu, except the wi-fi reception only works good in the lobby. It's very frustrating not being able to get on the web in our room. The buffet is excellent but the entertainment is pretty weak comparing to the Riu Santa Fe we stayed at in Cabo San Lucas.
The pool activities are also not as good. But overall we had a very relaxing time with the perfect weather in September.
Traveller from Tustin, CA
Nestled on the beach, this Nuevo Vallarta resort is 1.2 mi (2 km) from Playa Bucerias and 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Flamingos Golf …More
Paradise Village is a great resort in Nuevo Vallarta. The resort and grounds are all meticulously kept. The staff in all departments is very pleasant and accommodating. The food choices on site are good. The pools are large and offer plenty of lounges for guests. The beach is very clean and there are an abundance of palapas to choose from. The resort has its own security, which was comforting. We never felt nervous about exploring. The only thing the resort could improve upon, would be updating the mattresses. They weren't terrible, but they could use updating. Will definitely return for our next Mexico trip.
Traveller from Burlington, WA
Set on the northern shore of Banderas Bay, the all-suites Paradise Village Beach Resort and Spa is on a 274.5m (900-ft) …More
Very nice hotel, great staff and clean rooms. In the rooms you have a mini fridge stocked with sodas and beer (all included at no charge) also, there is vodka, rum and cuervo to make your own drinks. As you walk through the resort you can stop at various bars to get drinks. The food was pretty good, buffet style with a wide variety to choose from.
If time permits, find the desk in the lobby that has Vallerta adventures and book the atv escape. You take ATVs off road to a nearby town where you can shop or just have lunch or maybe visit the beach before going back. We worth the 250.00.
Traveller from kent,wa
This Nuevo Vallarta hotel sits 9 miles from Puerto Vallarta and 3 miles from Splash, a water park; it is within 3 miles of 2 …More
I love the Riu Jalisco. Right from check-in, the staff was welcoming and helpful. The first room we were assigned to had a broken ceiling fan and they moved us immediately to a new room. Each day our room was cleaned spotlessly. The food was excellent - especially in the Don Emeliano restaurant. Special kudos to our favorite waitress, Rosario (Rosie). She made every breakfast special. In the evenings, our waiter was Alberto and he was also wonderful. My only complaint about the whole hotel was the gift shop. The manager was rude and the prices were sky high. Also, don't expect any American dollars for change there (even though she does it for some people). But if you go next door to the other hotel, the gift shop is superb and the prices more reasonable. The beach was clean and beautiful. And, it's a very safe hotel. I don't think you'll be sorry if you go there!
Traveller from Colorado
Renovated in November 2013, the Riu Jalisco boasts new family rooms, an extended lobby, exciting gastronomic options, and a …More