Casa Vallarta Puerta del Sol

Dinning roomFull equiped kitchenMaster bedroomRooftop terraceRooftop jacuzziCondo pool and terrace
1 Review

From $83 / night

2874 Boulevard Francisco Medina Ascencio, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco 48333, Mexico
Casa Vallarta Puerta del Sol
3 bedrooms
6 guests
Varies min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 4
Sleeps: 6
Type: Home
Per night: $150 - $200
Per week: $1,050 - $2,000
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Puerto Vallarta vacation home rental
Beautiful totally furnished home in front of the cruise dock of Puerto Vallarta!
Excellent location, five minute walk from the beach. Near shopping mall and markets.

-Three bedrooms with king size beds and en-suite bathrooms
-Fully equipped kitchen
-Dinning room
-Living room
-TV studio
-Rooftop terrace with jacuzzi and amazing views to the beach and to the mountains.

Inside a condominium with terrace and pool.

Andrea De la Torre

Area Information
In a condominium in front of the cruise deck, with all services nearby.
Excellent location, five minute walk either to the beach, town market, Walmart, and Galerias shopping mall. Where you can find, cinema, gym, restaurants and a lot of shops.

Down town 15 minutes away by bus.
Marina 8 minutes away by bus.
Both with a lot of restaurants and beautiful places to take a walk.

Come visit lovely Puerto Vallarta where you'll find a mystic city that harbors tradition in its plazas, in its streets, in its people - a city that expresses the color of its culture and natural beauty at every turn. It offers the best of two worlds: tradition and vanguard.

Puerto Vallarta has received many global accolades that are a testament to the uniqueness and warmth of the city. The destination has been voted the friendliest city in the world by Condé Nast Magazine (2003), the best place to retire globally by The American Association of Retired Persons (2010) and the best Mexican Vacation Destination by USNews (2010), beating out Cancún and Los Cabos for the top prize.

About the owner

Owner Profile



Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Oct 01 2016 Apr 11 2017 $200 $200 $1,400 $2,800 5 Nights
Dec 21 2016 Jan 03 2018 - - $2,000 - 1 Week
Apr 12 2017 Apr 26 2017 - - $2,000 - 1 Week
Apr 27 2017 Sep 30 2017 $150 $150 $1,050 $2,500 5 Nights
Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 12 p.m.
Payment Options: Money Order

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1 review
Frank Banales

Relaxing Trip

Frank Banales

Santa Barbara, California, USA

Relaxing Trip

March 19, 2014

For our recent trip to Puerto Vallarta, I was in charge of selecting the location with an affordable price range for two other couples. My wife and I have been in Puerto Vallarta in the past and normally stay at a beach resort. The trip for our friends was the first visit to the city. We all agreed that the location was great and the facility was spectacular and the price was more than reasonable. The three rooms each had a private bathroom with a shower. The kitchen and living room were clean with nice furniture with a TV. Our terrace provided us with a nice view and the infinity pool located on the top floor provided us with an even greater view of the city. The main street running along the beach was Avenue Mexico and it was only four blocks away so very easy to reach even though we walked and are all elderly. A few minute walk after reaching Avenue Mexico you reach the Malicon which is right on the ocean front with all the shops and restaurants. If you ever get the opportunity to rent this location we found a great little restaurant on 1208 Avenue Mexico called Cesare Restaurant. The food was great at a very reasonable price and if you get the right table, you can have a nice morning breakfast while being able to people watch while eating. Try the Chilacuilas, you won't be disappointed. If you feel adventurous, take the tour to the little mining town of San Sebastian. The trip is between four and five hours but worth the time. The town was established in about 1550. Not much has changed since that time which makes the trip worthwhile. They grow their own coffee in the area and of course you can buy a pound or two and bring some home to share with your family. Plan on having lunch while visiting which is what we did and enjoyed it very much in an atmosphere becoming rare. On the trip you will also stop at a tequila factory where you will not only learn how good tequila is made but also get to purchase some to also bring home. We had a fantastic trip and look forward to returning again soon. With good memory's and a great experience we would not hesitate in recommending Casa Vallarta Puerta del Sol to anyone interested in visiting Puerto Vallarta .

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