High priced area as you are by the port for cruise ships, a lot of money in this area, and the shops reflect this. go down town if you want better deals
The Marina is very efficent and moving people in and getting them to their destination. There is a little restaurant and shop if you need to buy items like towels, sunscreen and bug spray. If you are going on a boat tour, TAKE BUG SPRAY!! It is 25 pesos per person port fee to enter the marina.
Lots of wonderful resorts in Marina Vallarta and the location cannot be beat! Close to town, easy access to public transportation and taxis, 5 minutes from the airport! The Marina itself is beautiful and surrounded by excellent restaurants (try 4 Sapori and Mr. Cream!) and shopping!! Very safe area and fun to walk around!
We stayed in Marina Vallarta for the entire month of June and, for the first week or two we were here, we thought it was the "slow season" in PV. Well, I guess, technically it is, BUT as we moved through other parts of the city, like El Centro, Malecon, Hotel Zone, and Zona Romantica, you'd never know it was... 更多
I went to Marina Vallarta in search of a family that owns senior homes.I found them at their charming Spanish-style hotel HaciendaVallartaSuites.com on a quiet residential street known as Gaviota. Enjoyed the breezes, the attractive villas, the trees and gardens - lovely. Then I visited the super busy Starbucks (there are three in PV) for an iced tea, and made... 更多
You can easily spend a morning or afternoon walking the marina. There's the endless array of craft moored close to your path. Just enjoying their names is fun and dreaming of a luxurious day aboard. If you want to arrange a fishing day you have plenty of options here. The craft shops are good quality and thee is a nice... 更多