Results 11-20of 27 Reviews
December 31, 2003
From journal Best Time to Visit Vallarta
December 19, 2003
From journal Sun and Sea
November 11, 2003
Dining was very good with a nightly outdoor buffet with different themes. Also an upscale dining room in separate building near waterfront. Grounds and pools were beautiful and well kept. Poolside bar, restaurants, and recreation directors staffed daily.
From journal Time to Share
November 5, 2003
Club Regina has some of the most beautiful properties I have seen in Mexico--the architecture and color schemes are a sight to see. Overall these rooms were both quite nice and I would recommend them to anyone.
From journal Viva Vallarta
brooklyn, New York
September 19, 2003
The food at the resort was a bit pricey and but the food and atmosphere are nice. The lobby and the resort itself is amazing the colors of fuchsia and marigold yellows made it look very tropical. At night when it is all light up, it looked like a cruise ship itself.
The sunsets every morning and evening was a moment you don't want to miss. We went during September and it only rained at 4 or 5pm and 9pm at night. The lighting in the middle of the ocean was something that is amazing. Its really funny how the weather is in September you will have rain and shine the same day. One day, we saw a rainbow from the marina side. We saw where it started and ended that was beautiful to. But one thing is that the weather is very humid during that time so that was not so pleasant. If you want to shed some pounds, it would be good for you to go during that time. The pools were awesome. There are 7 pools how much more can you ask more. There is a fitness room, sauna massage if you like them for only $30 an hour (at the marina in the resort, it will cost you $40, which is not bad). A travel agency for tours if you need them, mini market many more can't finish. This resort has more to brag about.
From journal PV fun in th sun
by Melissa Lou
July 19, 2003
From journal Mother/Daughter Get-A-Way
by Mary Jo Boifas
July 7, 2003
From journal Winter in Puerto Vallarta
March 29, 2003
From journal Puerto Vallarta Dream Vacation
February 28, 2003
Not much to do at the resort, so you have to go downtown where there is great nightlife and lots of things to do.
Tip: Go the grocery store nearby. You will find most things you need there. Eating at the resort can be expensive, but the food is good.
Because you are removed from the downtown area, a cab is required to get around, unless you don't mind the bus. It takes a bit longer and they are not exceptionaly safety conscious, but it is also considerably cheaper and runs frequently. Either way, walking is out of the question as you are far removed from the action.
Resort area is as clean as the room. As nice a place as I have ever stayed in Mexico.
From journal Mexican Experience
by ce ce 1
February 3, 2003
From journal The Mexican Riviera--Puerto Vallarta