August 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Dreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico

With glittering views as far as the eye can see and an unabashed setting along Banderas Bay, Dreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta is a study in luxury. With AAA Four-Diamond Award-winning status and spaces that are as stylish as they are sexy, this amenity-filled retreat will quickly put you in vacation mode as soon as you stroll through its elegant entrance. This all-suite sanctuary is big on privacy, with rooms that feature balconies flanked with plush furnishings, sweeping ocean and mountain views, and mini bars stocked with complimentary beverages. Two 10-story luxury towers designed for families, couples, singles and friends embrace guests in sophisticated Mexican style.

Allow your palate to be seduced with an array of gourmet fare served at the property's collection of restaurants. Sup in an selection of al fresco settings or at a romantic table illuminated by candlelight. Imbibe at the on-site bars and lounges, sipping tropical treats and toe-tapping to live music. With the resort's signature Unlimited-Luxury® approach, all of your meals, beverages, activities, entertainment features and more are included. Everything is taken care of prior to your arrival. So go ahead, relax a little longer by the pool and make a big splash in the ocean. Find time to visit the incredible spa. From the moment you arrive to the time of your farewell, you will be delighted by the surroundings and service of Dreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta.

Location of Dreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta

Dreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta
Paseo de los Cocoteros, Lotes 32 y 33
CP 63732
Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico

Nearest Airport: PVR

Amenities for Dreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta

  • General Information
  • 229 Suites
  • Connecting/Adjoining Rooms
  • Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • 5 Restaurants
  • 5 Bars
  • Beach Wait Service
  • Sushi Bar
  • Pool Wait Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Spa on Property
  • Laundry Service
  • Game Room
  • Boutiques
  • Tennis Courts
  • Car Rental
  • Outdoor Whirlpools
  • 2 Outdoor Pools
  • Jogging Path
  • 24-Hour Concierge
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • CD Players
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • DVD Players
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • iPod Docks
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Tennis
  • Water Skiing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Yoga
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Jet Skiing
  • Table Tennis
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Family
  • Cribs
  • Babysitting
  • Kids Club
  • Playground
  • Nearby
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Family
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Dreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

This was our third visit to Dreams Villamagna (Apr 16, Sep 16, Jul 17). Having such great experiences previously, this vacation was quite a letdown by comparison. To be fair, when booking, we were not aware that apparently it was the start of student vacations for a lot of families in Mexico, and when we were inundated by a previously unmatched number of kids from the other trips, it caught us off-guard, and did negatively impact our time there. Overall, the kids were well behaved, and parents engaged, but the exceptions to that were noticeable and quite bothersome. In contrast, the other adults in attendance were also much more rowdy than before, and that's saying something as we can be noisy and obnoxious ourselves, but we were amongst some of the most tame. The property is welcoming to all, and that was apparent, and no fault lies with them, though I guess it would be nice if they could indicate what some seasons are. For the specifics in their purview, some was of regular complaints heard often by others, especially a more prominent hoarding of chairs. In the past, we've normally had pretty decent access if arriving down by 10:00am, but even by 8:30am most chairs around all the pools had been claimed by towels. The beach was generally free, but probably due to the fact that swarms of flies and insects attacked you until about noon. Complicating matters was that at least three umbrella stands were empty of their covers. The food was underwhelming this trip, especially the bacon. For some reason, no matter where you went, it was just plain bad. It wasn't over or under crispy; the cooking level didn't seem to affect the outcome - it was simply inedible with a consistency like chewing tin foil. There were streaks of the meat within each piece that you just couldn't bite through. It was plain gross. The lack of availability of food service during the late morning and early evening was also problematic. If you wanted a decent meal from 4-6:30, you were just kind of out of luck. And, lord help you if you wore casual clothes to a restaurant you'd previously eaten at with the same wardrobe. The interpretation of the dress code varied from restaurant to restaurant, and day to day of the week, not to mention minute to minute, as we'd be turned away, only to see others dressed similarly get seated. The greatest highlight that kept us coming back from the first trip, has always been the staff. There were still shining moments, but it was also kind of lackluster. There were periods they were obviously understaffed in some areas, especially in the bars and serving areas. Also there seemed to be quite a bit of turnover from our last trips where we'd come to know people quickly. Thankfully, the sole reason for our greatest happiness was there - Julio. He made things bearable, kept it light, and worked his tail off. He is a model server, and they should all aspire to reach his level of interaction and hosting competencies. If we do go again, it will really only be because of him. There were a few others that are worthy of mention. Jair, who was our Julio replacement on his day off, started off rocky, primarily because of problems in the bar affecting the ability for him to do his job, but he earned our respect over the course of the day. He wasn't at the Julio level, but he made significant efforts on our behalf, and it wasn't notice. Also, Esteban in the Sushi Bar who we remembered from his time at Oceana. As usual, he was a consummate professional who took care of us late at night. There was another server, who we had termed "Mosey" because we never learned his name, yet when we'd see him doing his job, he kind of just "mosey'd" along with one or two drinks at a time, at a rather relaxed pace. However, we also witnessed him drop his tray and jump into the pool to save a toddler so fast that it happened before we realized what was going on. Another guest commented that the child had been under for a several seconds (no idea why they hadn't responded themselves), when "Mosey" caught a glance of what had happened and reacted with lightening speed, likely saving the child's life. I felt bad for him though, as the parent, who was in the pool at the time with their back to their toddler sitting on the age, began chastising him as her daughter was screaming as he put her back on the side of the pool, not realizing what had happened. Even after being informed, she seemed annoyed, which again speaks to some of the problem referenced earlier. There were also a few storms at night, which we actually love, and I don't know any of their names, but there was a small contingent of employees who were always jumping and whisking water away with squeegees, with a lot of effort. Maid service was mediocre this go-round, with us not receiving wash clothes on two separate days, and inconsistent turndown service, providing the wrong next day's Sundial or none at all. Lastly, the entertainment staff, many of whom we'd come to love before, were nearly all gone. In their place were staff who demonstrating little to no or enthusiasm, and took no initiative on engaging guests, other than passively kind of letting people know what was happening. The old staff deftly walked that fine line of being obnoxiously engaging and trying to goad you into participating, with knowing when to quit because you simply wanted to relax. I missed them, especially Juan. Because we are UVC members, and tend to prefer west coast locations, so will probably be back at some point, but for now it's time to explore some other properties, and get back to Dreams Cabo San Lucas. I hope that by the time we get back, things are on the mend and the Villamagna of our Dreams is once again a reality.

Ronimal98274 - Mount Vernon, Washington

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Recently returned from my 3rd trip to Dreams Villamagna. Of course we loved seeing Julio Perez Garcia again! He has always made trips to Dreams very memorable as he goes out of his way to make sure we had plenty of bottled water, drinks and laughs! The rooms were always clean and well taken care of. We loved the jacuzzi on the balcony. Karina was amazing and helpful as our go to rep at the resort. I would say that the gym gets a bit stuffy and could use a fan, additional umbrellas at pool 3 would help beat the direct sun. I am a Northwesterner...I do love the sun....but shade is critical in the sun!

Katie S

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

I have been here twice and hands down have loved it... I must mention Josie, Yadira and Julio.... amongst so many others... we wanted 2 weeks but I waited too long. I highly recommend it... the customer service here is amazing!!!

Janine H

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

Dreams Villamagna was a great choice for a special girls getaway for my 3 friends and me. The resort was lovely and clean and the food was overall very good. We enjoyed all our meals, snacks, and drinks. The entire staff, from check-in to check-out, were genuinely friendly, helpful, and accommodating. They truly made us feel like valued guests and friends. Alix was friendly and professional when she checked us in. Though she was unable to give our preferred bed requests, made well in advance, she tried to accommodate us as much as she could. Another lady came to give us a little spiel on becoming a Dreams member, but she wasn’t too pushy at all. Isaac in the buffet was wonderful! He went well above and beyond to make sure we had everything we needed and he was very entertaining. All of the World Café staff were great: Josue, Alma, Eduardo, Yadira (and the rest of the staff that I didn’t get the chance to get their names). Poolside/beach employees were also fantastic. Thanks Xavier and Cirilo! Dreams Villamagna has an incredibly friendly and helpful staff. They helped make our girls’ getaway a memorable one. Some helpful tips: •Getting to the hotel and back to the airport: save money and just take a taxi instead of a much more expensive transfer. We decided to take the taxi from the stand right before we got outside the airport. I think there were 3 or 4 different companies there to choose from. We paid around $40 for the four of us, about $10 each, to get to DV (they put us in a van). I believe taxis are even cheaper if you go to negotiate out on the street at the airport; but we did not want to bother with that. It was even less expensive going back to the airport from our hotel. •Toiletries: They do supply lotion, body wash, and an all in one shampoo/conditioner. Being in the pool and ocean dried up my hair so much that I really needed a good conditioner. They did bring me conditioner when I called housekeeping for one but I suggest you bring your own hair conditioner. Leave the rest of your toiletries at home. A hair dryer is also provided. •Rainy Day: Though we did go in July, rainy season, it only rained a few times at night. The rain didn’t last long. It did not dampen our pool and beach day, or our day trip to Puerto Vallarta. Bring some playing cards or a board game to play in the lobby while sipping on drinks and listening to the drip drop of the rain. I believe they do have some board games to loan out if you ask. •Not for party goers: In my opinion this resort is geared more for families and “chill” vacationers. It was perfect for us, ladies in our 40’s, because we just wanted to relax, eat, drink, enjoy the pool, beach, and each other’s company. There was family friendly night entertainment available. The resort is not a “party” resort but Dreams Villamagna definitely had great energy and was a wonderful place to spend a few days with dear friends.

Mel Z - Pasadena

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

Our experience at Dreams has so far been second to none. The staff at Dreams Villamagna have been so helpful, professional and attentive and some really stand out. As you can see from the title the staff in the World Cafe buffet restaurant have been outstanding. Some of the staff from the world cafe who really stood out were Josue Conteras, Alberto Aluarez and Hostess Yadira Noemi to name just a few. Something which has really surprised us in the World Cafe is the brilliant teamwork. You can easily see that most of the waiters and hostess' are working together to give the customer the best experience possible.

KR_Wilmslow - Wilmslow

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