As mentioned in my previous post, the resort we stayed in was perfect!
The grounds were immaculate, very green and super clean – it reminded me of being at home in Canada.
A river style pond
A nice shot of the pond’s fountain. The building in behind is the one that our room was in.
Unlike some of the other resorts in the hotel zone of Puerto Vallarta…
This resort had a nice sandy beach area with tons of chairs available.
The Pacific Ocean waves are very strong in Vallarta. I was surprised to see in this part of the bay the waves were very mild, making the water swimmable. (Having said that, I didn’t attempt the ocean dip … I had a near death experience swimming in the ocean here 2 years ago and have not gone ever since.)
The hotel had 2 pools, one for families…
And one for adults with a swim up pool bar.
Both pool’s water was connected by this waterfall. We snuck the girls into the adult pool for a few photos.
Maria Jose, Ricardo, Belen and me!
The lobby had a patio extension with many tables and chairs like this one, surrounding the patio area was another pond.
Ricardo, me, my sister Kelly.
Having some fun on the patio.
Back in our room, we were on the top floor and had a bit of the city/mountain/marina view!
My sister is one of the most generous human beings on the face of the planet. She gave Ricardo and I the master suite for the week. It was nice to have a king sized bed to sleep in and one that isn’t just a mattress on the floor. Thanks Kell!
Nice big bathroom with a bunny on the bathtub! I was so excited to see a bathtub and had every intention to use it but we just did not have the time. 😦
That sums up our accommodations for the week my mom and Kelly were visiting. For those readers who are considering the Mayan Palace for a future vacation and have any questions please leave a comment! I’d be happy to help if I can!