Puerto Vallarta/Riviera Nayarit

Paradise Village Beach Resort & Spa

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Stretched along a spectacular beach in Nuevo Vallarta is a paradise on earth and sea. Paradise Village Beach Resort & Spa is located in about five miles northwest of Puerto Vallarta International Airport. Enjoy an inclusive package that includes all meals and drinks at four restaurants and four bars.

Natural lagoons and lush vegetation enrich this magnificent, all-suite resort, bordering a striking, white sand beach. This hotel occupies a 15-acre peninsula facing the sea and neighboring a world-class marina, featuring 24-hour room service (fee), three waterslide-equipped swimming pools, children's activities, a gym, two European-style spas, complimentary daytime tennis, and great golf (fee) at the El Tigre course at Paradise Village Golf & Country Club. Additional racquet club facilities are also available.

The hotel gives easy access to the jungled Puerto Vallarta region, lending a vibrant array of adventures including boat cruises, jeep journeys, hiking tours, sea lion and jungle safaris, bullfighting, go-karting, and even a tequila factory tour. Make new friends in the water as you swim with the dolphins, or set out on a Sierra Madre expedition for jaw-dropping mountain sights.

Switch up your entertainment options with unique specialty events held six days a week, providing sumptuous dinner, shows, dance, and music. Cultural events like regional folkloric dances, mystical Mayan rituals, smoky--tropical nights add a pleasant flair to your stay.

Paradise Village Beach Resort & Spa captures the unique richness of Mexico within its stunning architecture echoing traces of enigmatic Mayan decor. Dine at Tulum Restaurant for regional, international and gourmet spa cuisine, or grab a snack at Kikil Snack Bar, located on the beach. In the ultimate family adventure, guests will enjoy volleyball, a beachside spa station, and the resort's incredible wildlife reserve.
Paradise Village is a beachfront property on Banderas Bay located 15 minutes north of the airport and 30 minutes north of downtown Puerto Vallarta.

Local Phone: 011-52-322-226-6
Toll Free Phone: 800-995-5714
Fax: 011-52-322-66713
Barber / Beauty Salon
Boutique Shops
Business Services
Car Rental
Currency Exchange
Disco / Nightclub
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Meeting Rooms
Physician on Call
Shopping Mall Nearby (Walking distance)
Number of Pools: 3
Outdoor Pools: 3     
The two lagoon shaped pools feature water slides, cascades, and a lap pool. The thirdpool features spectacular alligator water slides and a spa lap pool.
El Tigre Golf Course
Holes: 18
Lessons Available
Number of Courts: 4
Outdoor Courts: 4
Lighted Courts: 4
Court Fee: Free during the day
Pro Onsite
Water Sports on Site
Fishing: Additional Charge
Sunfish Sailing: Additional Charge
Scuba: Additional Charge
Snorkeling: Additional Charge
Paddle Boats: Additional Charge
JetSki / Waverunner: Additional Charge
Waterskiing: Additional Charge
Wind Surf: Additional Charge
Other Sports Available
Jogging Trail: Complimentary
Squash: Complimentary
Other Sports: Basketball, volleyball, mopeds
Health Club / Spa
Aerobics: Additional Charge
Jacuzzi: Additional Charge
Massage: Additional Charge
Nautilus Equipment: Additional Charge
Sauna: Additional Charge
Spa: Additional Charge
Steam Room: Additional Charge
Manicure / Pedicure: Additional Charge
Facials: Additional Charge
This is a 5-star resort with a Mayan-inspired style of architecture. Set amidst natural lagoons, white sandy beaches and lush vegetation, this magnificent resort occupies a 15-acre peninsula facingthe sea and adjoining a world class marina. This All-Suite beachfront resort features a world-class European spa, a fully equipped conference center, 24-hour room service, a nightclub, two swimming pools with waterslides, complimentary day tennis on four courts, children's activities and a gym. Beach: The property borders a wide sandy beach with an exclusive beachfront spa station. Check-in: 2:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
Total Rooms: 490
Year Opened: 1993 Credit Cards: Visa, Master Card, American Express
No Spring Breakers.
Two double beds and queen sofa bed. Full kitchen and dining area. Two bathrooms. Resort view from balcony.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Queen bed or two double beds. Full bathroom with shower. Full kitchen and dining area. Resort views from balcony.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
One king and two double beds. Two bathrooms. Full kitchen and dining area. Living area with queen sofa bed. Balcony with resort view.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Kinf bed and queen sofa bed. Separate kitchen and dining area. Full marble bath. Balcony with marina or resort view.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Queen bed or two double beds. Queen sofa bed in living area. Full bathroom with marble bath. Separate kitchen. Dining area. Balcony with resort view.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Two king and two double beds. Three baths. Full kitchen and dining room. Living room with queen sofa bed. Balcony with resort view. Washer and dryer.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Two king beds. Two baths. Separate kitchen and dining area. Sofa bed. Balcony with marina or resort view.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Paradise Village Beach Resort & Spa features 2 meal plan options:
Inclusive-Optional Incluisive Plan
No Meals
There are 3 Restaurants at Paradise Village Beach Resort & Spa:
Tulum Restaurant - Serving regional, international and gourmet spa cuisine, the dress code is casual.
Mayapan Restaurant - Serving Mexican specialties and international cuisine, the dress code is casual.
Kikil Snack Bar - A snack bar located on the beach.
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Volleyball, Bingo, Beachside Spa Station, Wildlife Reserve.
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Outdoor amphitheater, night club.
The hotel kids club offers organized activities.
Applicable Ages: 4 - 11 years old.
Program Fees: $

Children's Facilities
Babysitting Fee: Hourly
Advance Notice for Babysitting: 24 hours

TripAdvisor Web Reviews
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What to expect

Apple Vacations Traveller Reviews
Appleor hotel misque
Mar 28 2016
We were advised upon arrival that our reservation was for a studio room even though our conformation listed a junior superior suite. We were advised that our deal was with Apple and they did not send the reservation in for the room which we paid a premium for. The Apple representative that we met with was very professional and we finally did end up with the room that signed up for but only after repeated complaints. Sure would be nice to know if this was an Apple oversight or Paradise Village attempting to pawn off an inferior room. Guess we will never know.
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Paradise Village Resort MEHHHH....
Aug 20 2014
Resort itself is fairly nice, food was what we called LUNCHROOM FOOD.. We had the all inclusive which was nice for drinks and all but the food in the restaurants was just O.K. The rest of our group stayed in a family members timeshare and also had the All inclusive but they had added benefits of eating at the nicer restaurant daily and premium alcohol. We were told we could upgrade for an additional $20 which seemed like just an added charge for very little return. If you are flying from the east coast I would stick the the Caribbean or the otherside of Mexico rather than going that far out. We went to Costa Rica a few years back and did an all inclusive and enjoyed it A LOT MORE.. This hotel is also a huge TIMESHARE pusher so all the excursions be expected to be told you can save money by going to the presentation.
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Disappointing end to a nice vacation.
Apr 02 2014
This hotel was nice, but we ran into a problem cashing in our Spa credit. We were not told when we booked our massages that our credit could not be used with the current discount of the day. That being said, we didn't know that the discount was being applied INSTEAD of our credit ($200) and therefor when we went to reconcile our bill at check-out, we lost our entire credit. They tried to compensate us with golf passes good for one day and 2 tickets for all-inclusive days (which we were already all-inclusive) AND it was the day we were leaving, so both were useless. Overall, the vacation was quite wonderful, but we left on such a sour note that I'm not sure that we would go again.
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Disappointing visit
Jan 08 2014
Outside beautiful. Staff works hard but poorly organized. Food fair. Most dinners like institutional food service very unpredictable. Apple rep nonexistent and gave wrong pickup times for 3 out of 6 pickups
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Excellent Hotel
Jan 05 2014
The hotel was very accommodating and helpful. We got to the hotel later than expected due to flight delays and the restaurant was getting ready to close but were gracious to feed us that night. The pool was fun. We enjoyed the kayaking and the beach. The room was above what we expected.
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what could make it better
Jan 02 2014
Softer beds-faster check in-speakers to loud at the pool,you could hear them all day while relaxing at the beach- less people walking the beach selling there stuff.
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There is Paradise
Oct 29 2013
The resort is the best I've stayed at. The service is second to none. Outstanding food. Helpful and friendly wait staff.
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Paradise Village - Nuevo Vallarta
Apr 01 2013
Great for families, clean and spacious suites. All inclusive option gets old after a few days, would be good if they offered Breakfast/Lunch all inclusive and then go out to dinner in Nuevo, Marina or PV. FANTASTIC Beach. Highly recommend the water taxi to the Marina or town, fun way to travel. Lots of animal shows - fun for the kids. Excellent parasailing offered right at the hotel. Hugo - great server!!!
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Spring Break
Mar 18 2013
Excellent location, good service, food was very good, waves ocean and beach were great. lots of activities during the day, not much at night. overall a terrific place for a trip with the family.
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final trip to paradise village
Nov 17 2012
We were attending paradise village for the 18th time in 20 years of traveling to Mexico. Hotel is getting old. Did not get room we paid for in may 2012 for a November 2012 trip. They were renovating an entire building and think we should have been notified about the room prior to arrival. When we checked out their records didn't show our $50 room credit so we had to locate our records and go down to prove city. Finally gave it to us but had to struggle to get it. Overall experience was OK but don't plan to go therč again. Apple was great upon arrival and departure
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Mar 08 2012
Food very bland with strange milk and cheese
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TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
great hotel and location
scatmanHawaii, Hawaii
Sun Nov 18 15:57:45 EST 2018
We just spent a week at Paradise village and was pleasantly surprised on how good the beach area and the cleanliness of the hotel. The staff was also wonderful and had zero issues. We had a 1 bedroom ocean view room and was just right for the three of us. 2 adults and 1 youth. The furnishing needs to be updated and the sofa bed was very average but for the weekly price you can't beat it. The gym was great for a hotel and so was the 2 tennis courts. The tennis instructor was always happy to help. The food overall is average at best so we went out alot to eat. Overall a great place to stay.

JCM247, Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Sun Nov 18 09:42:48 EST 2018
Ask for Jessica when checking in, to get good info. and your free hospitality drinks. She is friendly, professional and glad to help you during your stay. We booked tours through Vallarta Adventures. All good;fun .

DustyRose54, Saskatoon, Canada
Wed Nov 14 09:03:03 EST 2018
My husband & I stayed in the Tonina building, the building farthest away from the main building, and just inside the entrance gate. Our room was on the second floor and was very quiet. Everything worked well in the room and it was clean and comfortable. The only thing missing in the room is a small bottle of dish soap to wash dishes when we used them, as it had a well equipped kitchenette. All the servers were great! I could start naming them but would hate to miss some names. Collectively, they were awesome! The beach had LOTS of loungers and sit up chairs and palapas. Two young men with hawks patrolled the beach area constantly to control the black birds. The all inclusive was ok but any drinks made with international alcohol were not included. Only one a la carte was allowed, per stay, no matter one or two weeks, which in my humble opinion is chincy. On your last day, you must leave your room at 11 am and check out. Once they cut off your bracelet, you can still use the facilities and beverages and snack bar, but you have to charge it to your credit card. Many other resorts we have stayed at allow you to enjoy beverages and snacks right up until you must leave for the airport, even after checking out of room at the preset time. Another negative. There are a lot of members/ owners here, so that makes for a huge amount of paper work. Every time you order a drink or food, you must go through a server and sign your bill before you leave that area that day. In summary, Paradise Village is nice, but for the extra it cost us, they could have thrown in those little extras I referred to above, and had a better review.

Could not ask for more!
Jordan509WA, Spokane, Washington
Tue Nov 13 17:14:33 EST 2018
Just returned from a week in Paradise village. I recently stayed here with myself and 2 other guys. We are all in our mid 20's. This is not the "party resort" and is 20 minutes or so outside of downtown Puerto Vallarta (about 220 pesos/$11 cab ride). With that being said, from the second we arrived to the minute we left, we were treated absolutely wonderful and were provided anything and everything we needed. As to be expected with any timeshare resort, we were invited to "breakfast and presentation". Aware of what was going on we agreed to take a look for the amazing discounts they provide on activities if you attend. Yes, they try and sell you.... They were not nearly as "aggressive and offensive" as some I have attended in the past, and much more compassionate. Edwin was our salesman, if I had not already bought at a previous resort, I definitely would have here. Edwin was extremely informative and genuine. Knowing how it works I could tell if he was dishonest or bending the truth. I strongly suggest attending the presentation during your stay. Don't be scared to say no. It's okay! One of the nights after returning from a daily excursion I was a little intoxicated and decided it would be a good idea for a buddy and I to go down to the ocean for a drunken night swim. Pitch black I emptied out my pockets and jumped in! it was great! Until i returned to were my stuff was and I could not find my wallet. Freaking out I looked everywhere! After 20 minutes or so looking I told the lobby employee I had lost it. They asked my room number, after responding he replied "we have it right here for you sir." A couple hundred US dollars had not been touched in my wallet! After thinking I was going to cancel all my cards and who knows what I would do for $$ the rest of my trip they returned everything perfectly. I could not be more thankful. Check out was quick easy and no hidden fees or surprise charges. Our flight was not for another 5 hours after check out so we used their onsite hospitality room to hang out and wait for our taxi to the airport. I planned on this being short when I started but I could go on and on about this establishment. 5 STARS. If you have a problem with how they do business, I would assume you have a problem with most businesses. Thank you Paradise Village and I look forward to the next time I have the opportunity to visit. Hasta Luego! Muchas Gracias!

Enjoyable Visit but Considerable Noise
Mon Nov 12 08:45:07 EST 2018
This is a nice, relaxing resort; this was our third time here. It is not as upscale as the nearby Vidanta resort, nor is it as large. However, it seems more peaceful, and definately has lower prices. We stayed in a 1 bedroom unit located on the 4th floor of one of the towers of the Tikal building. The room was very nice, and was equipped with a hair dryer, iron & ironing board, MrCoffee style coffee maker, blender, toaster, small kitchen sink, microwave, full-sized refrigerator, 2-burner cooktop with vented range hood, and cabinets with basic dinnerware. There was a flat screen TV mounted on the living room wall, and another sitting atop the dresser in the bedroom. There was also an in-room safe in which to keep spare cash & valuables. There is no dishwasher in the kitchen, and dishwashing liquid is not provided. So it makes you wonder just how clean the cups and plates in the room can really be. My suggestion is to bring your own, or make a visit to the nearby Sunset Market to buy some. It is my belief that the resort should definitely be providing this essential item in each room. The WiFi is fairly decent, but I needed to login each and every day because each time I left the room and then returned my connection was lost. Right outside the entry gate to Paradise Village is the Paradise Plaza Shopping Center; a nice shopping mall that has the Sunset Market grocery store at one end. Here you can find most of your basic needs during your stay in Paradise. There are also a number of sit down restaurants as well as a Starbucks, Subway, Domino's Pizza and McDonald's. The balcony of our room overlooked the amphitheater. However, during our stay it was closed as that area was undergoing renovation. In fact, the Tulum restaurant, which is attached to the one wing of the Tikal towers was closed up until the last day of our visit. The rest of the week leading up to the Tulum restaurant being reopened, we ate at the Mayapan restaurant. Unfortunately, as a result of all the rebuilding work taking place, there was considerable construction noise that was occurring during the day and which could be heard from within our room. This included the loud and mind-numbing sound of a hammer drill being used somewhere to drill through concrete. There were also times when we noticed the smell of paint. Of course, by visiting the beach, we easily got away from these unpleasantries.

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