Modern, lavish, comfortable, splendid, enormous, fabulous, these are some of the adjectives that fit in the monumental and dynamic hotel infrastructure in Puerto Vallarta, the most renowned tourist destination that receives 2.5 millions of visitors from all over the planet yearly.
Puerto Vallarta, in the heart of the Bay of Banderas and protected by the elevations of the Western Sierra Madre, show a lavish marina before which imposing five-star hotels rise, along with flashy condos, tranquil villas and fantastic beach resorts equipped with all that is needed to please and conceit the most demanding visitors.
On the other hand, the lodging offer is simpler and more austere in the so-called Old Vallarta, the centre of the ancient fishermen's town of pitted streets with profound Mexican roots. Here lodges lack the opulence of the gigantic compounds of the marina and they are suitable for less loosen budgets.
If travellers are looking for a closer encounter with nature, they can spend the night in the North Zone, where they will find campsites and rent campers and trailers as well.