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|"Cant wait to go back!"||(in 6 reviews)|
|"Very loud music at the pool all day."||(in 1 review)|
|"No regrets on choosing this place."||(in 3 reviews)|
|""Guests encouraged, but to required to wear masks, even in elevators.""||(in 2 reviews)|
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Even with the limited access because of the covid-19, staff was wonderful and accommodating. I will be definately be back!
Great value - food was amazing - staff was very friendly - looks just like the pictures
Beach area little smaller then I would like -
Daily private events and noisy earth-moving gear
Excellent meals and service in the Asian and Mexican restaurants. (Didn’t return to the Italian restaurant after the first night, since my wife's steak was too salty to eat and she didn’t want to risk it again.) Lunchtime Shore Grill and La Cevicheria also very good. The activities staff (Efraim, Julio, Jorge, Sebastian and others) were friendly and enthusiastic, but their offerings were limited, compared to others where we've stayed, by the lack of open space on this narrow strip of property, and almost daily private events took what little was there during our week-long stay. Very nice gym facilities. Pool temperature was comfortably warm, even during this December visit. Liquor quality and selection was very good, though the mixing was inconsistent, so you never really knew how anything more complicated than well drinks were going to taste. Bars in Mexico without fresh bananas? Really?
Two large corporate conventions/events during the week we were there blocked access to the volleyball court five days (and counting when we left yesterday). A nighttime event was roped off right below our window, with massive speakers blasting us until 11 p.m., making it nearly impossible to hear the TV. They need to decide whether they want to be an oceanside resort or a convention center. Many others we talked with also felt like second-class guests, just filling the space around the conventions. Every day, heavy equipment worked on and around the narrow strip of rocks that is their "beach," right below the pools, trying to build huge barriers by piling boulders in the ocean. Horrible noise and frequent diesel fumes several hours per day. Tough to relax. (When we asked, they did let us move to a cabana bed one day when the fumes were making us sick.) Why didn’t they protect their seafront while they were doing the original construction? Now it’s been dragging on since at least August! Cleaned our room only while we were at dinner, after the room sat untended all day, and we had to ask four of our seven nights. Finally didn’t bother asking on our last full day there. Easily the worst of our 10+ all-inclusive experiences. Would not return or recommend.
- The overall service is great. - Its a new hotel, so everything is in perfect conditions. - The SPA is fantastic. - The food is great but limited options. - Cleanliness of the hotel is excellent - Staff strives to provide excellent care
- The beach is pretty rocky. - Limited green areas - All Inclusive System with limited dinning options.
LOVED my stay at Grand Fiesta!
I stayed a week at the Grand Fiesta Americana Vallarta and absolutely loved my stay. From the moment I got there, the staff was fantastic. They were always willing to help and were very happy and accomodating. The room itself was amazing, and had a fridge stocked with beer, soda, and snacks. No liquor in the room, sadly, so when the bars closed at 1am, there were no options other than having another beer. My room had a really nice Nespresso machine, though they ran out of capsules midway through my stay. No worries as they had a Starbucks-like coffee shop downstairs, though that meant I couldn't have a late night coffee. The bathroom had a small light so you didn't have to turn the lights on in the middle of the night... it's a small thing, but it was a nice touch, and there were quite a few things like this around the room and around the property. The food was outstanding! Much better than any other all inclusive I've been to. I actually woke up to eat at the breakfast buffet, and Yu (the Japanese restaurant) for dinner quickly became my favorite due to their great sushi.
The pools were a bit cold and the beach isn't that great.
The service was great. The facilites (bars, restaurants, spa, pool) were nice and well cared for. Everything inside the resort was easily accessible.
The gym was a bit small and cramped. The location of the resort made it difficult to leave on foot - if you are looking for hiking, running, or something like that, you'll need to cab to a different site.
Puerto Vallarta is a mecca for nightlife and beach relaxation. It is located on the beautiful west coast of Mexico and is a hotspot for tourists. Guests at the Grand Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta have the privilege of experiencing all the goods in this beautiful area without kids!
This resort location tends to attract couples. It is no surprise. With a swimming pool, beachfront property, spa, and bar, what better way can a couple escape from reality? Rooms and suites are available for guests and are have a modern feel that does not impact comfort. Furthermore, the Palmares Beach is nearby. The luxurious and satisfying white sand screams “romantic!”
The Grand Fiesta offers onsite coffee and snacks, however, guests are encouraged to explore the dining opportunities outside of the hotel walls. The streets of Puerto Vallarta are full of classic Mexican food that cannot be found anywhere else. La Leche is nearby and serves delicious local cuisine.
While relaxing in Mexico, why not go shopping for a new wardrobe? Plaza Caracol is nearby for guests who are hoping to find some colorful and fun things to wear to the beach and bring home to make an impression.
Puerto Vallarta is a classic spring break location. Of course, the clubs here are fantastic and incredibly fun. The Strana night club is walking distance from the Grand Fiesta so guests can enjoy a fun night out and return safely to bed before the sun comes up.
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Awarded AAA Four Diamond certification for excellent hospitality and facilities, you’ll receive world-class service and attention to detail. The resort was also crowned by the Stella Awards to have the best on-site technology and internet access, meaning you’ll stay connected like never before.
Book a Junior Suite Ocean Front and relax in a comfy king size bed as you gaze out across Banderas Bay. The private balcony offers outdoor seating and a place to watch the sun set, while the humungous 65-inch Smart TV will blow you away. Available for roughly 7,680 MXN (approximately 401 USD) per night, you’ll be living a life of luxury for the duration of your holiday.
Spend a night dining at Yuu Restaurant and you’ll be treated to a wide variety of mouthwatering Asian dishes. Savor traditional favorites such as sushi in the sleek and modern setting, an ideal location to celebrate a birthday or special occasion.
Home to a number of classy lounges, there are endless opportunities to grab a drink with friends or meet other travelers. Head to the Divina Skybar for fantastic views across the ocean and intimate cabanas or unwind in style at the Mojito Lounge in hammocks suspended from the ceiling. The Martini Lounge offers lavish seating spaces, plus there’s the option of challenging others on the pool table.
The Divina Skybar has a live DJ perform every night, playing dance tunes that are sure to get your hips moving. Entertainers are always present, with exhibitions such as fire twirling down on the beach. Hot Summer Extravaganza takes over the hotel pool in the warmer months, with foam parties, acrobatic dancers, laser nights and themed parties turning the resort into a hive of activity. High-profile DJs take to the stage, while fashion shows put on by renowned designers create a stylish atmosphere.
There is something to keep everyone engaged at the resort, whether you’re an active person or one that prefers to spend time indoors. For those who love the ocean, try deep sea fishing, paddle boarding or kayaking. Embrace the local Mexican culture by joining a cooking class. Try to learn some Spanish or traditional dance in an interactive workshop. There are lots of opportunities for exercise as well, like beach volleyball and yoga classes.
Catching a taxi once you land at Lic. Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport is the simplest option, with the drive taking about 30m in good traffic. The hotel is located within Zone 3, with a standard fee costing roughly 450 MXN (approximately 24 USD). (Prices checked 30/05/19).
Grand Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta Adults Only is located at Carretera Barra De Navidad Km 4.5, 5.2 miles from the centre of Puerto Vallarta. Playa Garza Blanca is the closest landmark to Grand Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta Adults Only.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 13:00 at Grand Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta Adults Only.
Yes, Grand Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta Adults Only offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Grand Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta Adults Only offers free parking.
No, Grand Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta Adults Only does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Grand Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta Adults Only is 7.7 miles from Puerto Vallarta Ordaz. Grand Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta Adults Only is 64.4 miles from Tepic.
Yes, Grand Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta Adults Only has a pool on-site.