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We had a room on the seventh floor overlooking the pool and marina beyond. Such a nice and peaceful holiday. Never felt unsafe. The staff were all so gracious and friendly. The hotel was kept very clean? From the time we arrived, the bell boy...More
This is by far the worst hotel I have ever stayed at!!! Stay away!! The food is awful, far away from the main area (Malecon), the bar service is terrible; ordered a glass of white wine it tasted like vinegar!! There were guest complaining about...More
Mostly friendly staff, lots of drinks offered. Pools are nice, but there are not too many. Small resort, but not bad if you are interested in enjoying dinner at the nearby marina or exploring the beautiful downtown. In short - not somewhere you want to...More
I booked the Vamar and was a bit disappointed about my check in process. I was not informed about meal times or activities offered. I found this out from another guest. The hotel was decently clean and the proximity to the marina was stupendous. The...More
Upon the chaotic entry to the lobby to attempt to check in, our room was not ready and we were provided with the all-inclusive wristband so we waited by the pool and decided to try lunch. The food was buffet style and left out with...More
They provide you with 2 bottles of water. There are clean water refill stations located on every floor to refill those bottles.
I brush my teeth with water from the tap, no problems ever.
Ice is fine, no problems ever.
They have a variety of drink, there was even Captain Morgan Spiced so there is a little variety. Each resort has there own times for breakfast, dinner and supper which they provide a pamphlet with the times and speciality... More
They have a variety of drink, there was even Captain Morgan Spiced so there is a little variety. Each resort has there own times for breakfast, dinner and supper which they provide a pamphlet with the times and speciality restaurants which are usually three per each resort do require reservations ahead of time, I however, have tried speciality restaurants when I travel. The Vamar Vallarta has a restaurant by the water way canel where boats go up through and even some fish in the water, there's a fast food restaurant on the other side of the resort which also includes a small bar and pool area.