Category: Nuevo Vallarta

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Grand Luxxe Nuevo Vallarta – 3 Bedroom Loft Unit

Grand Luxxe Nuevo Vallarta – Luxurious 3 Bedroom Loft Unit Reserved and available for rental 3/27/2021 – 4/3/2021at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta(Other dates and locations may be available) Over 6,000 sq ft on two floors, the Grand Luxxe 3 Bedroom Loft provides the perfect space for a large family gathering or celebration. Located just minutes north of Puerto Vallarta on the Bay of Banderas, this Grand Luxxe unit offers the following: A full gourmet kitchen, with cooktop, oven, microwave, full-size refrigerator, wine cooler, small appliances and cookware. 3 large bedrooms, each with en-suite bath (plus one more public bath with shower...

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Grand Luxxe Nuevo Vallarta – Experience the Sublime

Experience the Sublime at Grand Luxxe If you’re considering a trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, the first thing you’ll probably think about is “Where Do I Want to Stay?”  And there are hundreds of options.  The decision is difficult because that’s the wrong first question.  Your first question should be, “What Type of Experience Do I Want In Mexico?” Where you stay will determine much about the type of experience you have in Mexico (and anywhere, really).  So give some thought first to what it is you want to do when you’re there.  Are you looking for adventure?  Relaxation?  Exploring...

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Vidanta Grand Mayan – A Celebration of Vacation

The Grand Mayan is the perfect vacation destination for you and your family. With five locations scattered across Mexico, you can be free to design the vacation of your dreams. Flexibility is what sets the Grand Mayan apart from other resorts, and even other accommodations within Vidanta. You can choose a Grand Mayan in any of the following locations: Nuevo Vallarta (just minutes north of Puerto Vallarta) Riviera Maya (along the beautiful Caribbean coastline of Quintana Roo, south of Cancun) Los Cabos (in San Jose del Cabo – a quieter, quainter location than the rowdy Cabo San Lucas) Acapulco (on...

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Grand Luxxe Nuevo Vallarta – Your Best Family Vacation Destination

The Grand Luxxe is Your Best Family Vacation Destination Having traveled all over the world, to hotels, on cruises, city condominiums and exotic resorts, Dwaine and I agree that the Grand Luxxe is simply the best family vacation destination. Whether you’re staying in Nuevo Vallarta just outside of Puerto Vallarta on the magnificent Banderas Bay, or in the Riviera Maya, with it’s calm turquoise-blue Caribbean water, the Grand Luxxe provides everything you want in a perfect family vacation. Removing the Hassle of Family Travel: Step One, Find the Right Space Traveling with family, while rewarding, comes with a big bundle...

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Traveling to Mexico in the Age of COVID-19

We often have friends who ask, “Are you still traveling these days?” The answer is “Yes” and “No.” Yes we are still traveling. We just returned from a trip to Palm Springs to visit friends there. I traveled to Georgia to help a friend who’d had surgery. And in November, we will make our annual pilgrimage to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. But No, we aren’t traveling as much, or in exactly the same way. We’re much more careful when moving through crowded areas, such as airports. We think about the type of experience we want to have and match it up...

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Golf Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta – A First-Hand Review

There are many, many activities to choose from when you are a guest at Vidanta, Nuevo Vallarta. The huge resort features world-class pools, sandy beaches, and numerous children’s activities. But the resort is ideal for the golf enthusiast.  On the grounds, there are two 18-hole courses and a ten-hole, par three course that is lighted at night!  Here’s what to expect when you golf at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta. A First-Hand Review If you decide to play, the following suggestions will hopefully help you better enjoy your Vidanta golf experience: On a recent stay at Vidanta, my wife and I played...

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Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta – A Day of (Permissable) Decadence!

A review of Vidanta from our friend, Alex, a first-time visitor to the Nuevo Vallarta resort. We invited him and his family to come for a visit while they were in town this past November. Just worked it out with the concierge – they got wrist bands and a charge account, just like any other guest. Here’s his observations Luxury. Calm. Carefree. Metaphysically decadent. I played that game where I challenged myself to – without thinking – write the first three words that came to my mind as I reflected on spending time at the Grand Luxxe resort in Nueva...

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Mexican Folk Art – The Artists of Puerto Vallarta

If you’ve traveled near the US/Mexico border, you’ve no doubt seen the beaded artwork in various shops and stalls.  Sometimes you’ll even see someone painstakingly working on an art piece in the shop, tapping tiny, colorful beads into a beeswax-coated wooden carving of an animal, a mask, or perhaps an egg.  We’ve bought our share of those, and have enjoyed giving them as gifts to friends.  But if you think these pieces constitute the entire breadth of Mexican Folk Art, you are sorely mistaken. Several years ago, while shopping in downtown Puerto Vallarta, we stumbled upon a shop called Peyote...

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Grand Luxxe Nuevo Vallarta – A Private Chef Experience

Looking for a truly unique experience that brings your friends together for an unforgettable evening?  Check out the Private Chef Experience at Grand Luxxe Neuvo Vallarta! Recently, Dwaine and I traveled to Nuevo Vallarta with three other couples to stay at The Residence at Vidanta.  This four-bedroom, 6,000 sq. ft. unit is currently the largest unit available at Vidanta (though the Jungle Estates are being constructed as you read this – more on that later). The point of our two-week stay was to reconnect with our friends.  Life gets busy, even being retired.  We travel quite a lot, so making...

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Puerto Vallarta Travel Tips

Planning a trip to Puerto Vallarta?  Here are some Puerto Vallarta travel tips to help you as you make your plans. Time Zone: The entire state of Jalisco is on Central Time, as is the southern part of the State of Nayarit, starting from San Blas in the north. Buses: A system of urban buses with different routes can bring you from one end of the bay to the other and all the spots in between.  if you’re going further than San Pancho, head to the main bus terminal to catch a “Pacifico” bus.  Current fare is $10 pesos. Click...