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Puerto Vallarta, also simply known as Vallarta, is one of the most famous resort towns in Mexico. This charming and diverse locale is home to all manner of accommodation, from cozy vacation rentals to five-star resorts. Any generic online search will cover this range, but you want to be able to refine your strategy so that you can find Puerto Vallarta all-inclusive resorts quickly and easily. There's nothing better than a carefree, all-inclusive getaway, whether you're travelling with friends, a loved one, or your whole family. All-inclusive Puerto Vallarta hotels and resorts have all kinds of perks and benefits that guarantee an unforgettable stay. With Vacatia's comprehensively organized listings and readily available Guest Care team, booking Puerto Vallarta all-inclusive resorts for families and friends has never been easier.
All-inclusive resorts and hotels are some of the best accommodations to be found anywhere. With their wide range of services, amenities, and bonuses, you'll find a way to indulge at every turn. However, some vacationers also wish that they could relax with the comforts of home in the midst of all this luxury. Fortunately, Vacatia offers something called resort residences. These one-of-a-kind accommodations combine the best of worlds. You'll get a fully equipped kitchen and spacious living area, and you'll also get benefits like concierge check-in, daily housekeeping, on-site restaurants and bars, and more. You'll be able to prepare a snack or a meal in your own space, but you can also leave to work to someone else and head out for some gourmet cuisine. You can flake out in your own living room or you can hit the town while staff handles the chores.
Puerto Vallarta is made up of several distinctive elements that have their own unique character and charm. The River Cuale bisects this famed resort destination. In the southern half of the city, you'll find the Playa los Muertos and the Romantic Zone. These areas are full of sun worshippers who relax on the golden sands or in one of the many beach bars. If you head further south, you'll find the seaside towns of Mismaloya and Boca de Tomatlan. The northern half of Vallarta is home to the Old Town, which is overlooked by Gringo Gulch. Along Banderas Bay is the main square of Plaza de Armas, where free performances draw crowds to the Los Arcos amphitheater every afternoon. El Malecon, the famous seaside promenade, runs from the Hotel Zone to the Romantic Zone. As you walk along this charming boulevard, you will pass a number of captivating and quirky sculptures, including the iconic seahorse.