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September 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Villa La Estancia - Riviera Nayarit in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico

With its remarkable location along the Mexican Pacific Coast, and opulent European influences, Villa La Estancia Riviera Nayarit is the essence of luxury living. A part of the Lifestyle collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, this posh resort overlooks Banderas Bay with ocean views as far as the eye can see. Add to the mix its AAA 4-Diamond Award status, soothing full-service spa sanctuary, culinary delights and lavish accommodations - and you have the perfect tropical paradise. Each guest room - be it a studio or three-bedroom villa - has a framed bay view that can only be rivaled by the plethora of amenities, including sleek marble floors and gourmet kitchens. The resort is situated just 10 minutes from Puerto Vallarta International Airport, and is part of a newer development that includes haute restaurants and nightclubs.

The hacienda-style architecture is the perfect backdrop for relaxing. Sup at sunset on your furnished balcony or nibble on innovative fare at the poolside under an expansive ebony umbrella. Formal, multi-course dining can be found at the property. The on-site Tatewari Spa, where treatment rooms are illuminated by the soft glow of candles, is a timeless retreat where the emphasis is placed on escapism. Take a tour of the countryside, enroll in a linguistics class to learn Spanish, or delve deep below the water's surface to admire the rainbow of sea life. Everything is possible at Villa La Estancia Riviera Nayarit.

Location of Villa La Estancia - Riviera Nayarit

Villa La Estancia - Riviera Nayarit
Paseo Cocoteros 750 Sur Condominio Maestro Flamingos
63732
Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico

Nearest Airport: PVR

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Reviews for Villa La Estancia - Riviera Nayarit

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We loved our trip from August 4-12, 2017 to Villa La Estancia. We used Costco Travel to book the flights and rooms. 8 people (two families and one solo), 4 rooms total. The staff at La Estancia were awesome. We'd asked over the Costco website to have all of our rooms together even though we were arriving on two adjacent days, and they had already gotten this done for us before we arrived. All 8 of us loved the trip and the hotel. The rooms were spacious and beautiful. Ours was a 1 Bedroom King, and our teen son stayed on the pull-out in the living room. We asked for (and got) mattress pads, which made both beds very comfortable--the best we've ever gotten anywhere in Mexico (where the mattresses tend to be extremely hard). Air Conditioning was likewise the best I've ever had in Mexico. Transfer from airport to hotel (pre-paid through Costco Travel) was seamless both directions. The staff at the hotel are AMAZING. We tipped well and often despite having the 'all inclusive' meal plan, based on other comments we'd read here and elsewhere. We brought a bunch of $1 and $5 bills from the US and left them in the safe to be used as tips throughout the visit, and never had a problem. We also tipped when signing for daily charges, but as far as I was concerned it was worth the extra couple hundred total over a 9-day vacation to make sure we got great service and that the staff was compensated for the hard work they did to make our trip great. Our trip lasted 8 nights, 9 days. August is crazy hot and humid in Mexico, but the rains only came about 1/2 of the nights during or just after dinner, and never during the day. The pool water is warm this time of year (very warm by end of day), and the ocean is very warm. Not a problem in the water, but hellish to walk around the local towns. We did it anyway. Only our teen son had issues with mosquitos, and only on the first night at dusk. We had to be careful in the ocean due to stingrays, but got good advice from staff on lowering the chance of a sting, and the staff puts out colored flags to alert to conditions including bad waves or stingrays. Nobody at the resort seemed to have trouble during our 9 days. Nothing to see in the ocean, but it's a beautiful beach and a very swimmable oceanfront. Fun for boogie boarding in the afternoons, and waverunners or kayaks in the calm mornings. As far as the All Inclusive option is concerned, it worked out well for our families. Breakfast at La Casona was always great (we love Mexican buffet breakfasts) and lunches at the poolside cafe(s) were great. But it's purely a financial call, because at La Estancia you have to sign for the purchases regardless (even if just to add a tip). So if you plan on spending multiple days/evenings elsewhere (nearby towns are great fun), it might not make financial sense. Do the math. Dinners at La Casona (the upscale restaurant) were the only disappointment. The food was good (not great, and not necessarily better than the other restaurants albeit presented much more nicely), but the dinners regularly lasted over 2 hours each time, with stretches of up to 45 mins between food items arriving. Once we recognized that pattern, we stopped going there for dinner and were much more satisfied elsewhere. If the hotel fixed that problem, we'd have nothing to complain about. Taxi to Viejo Vallarta is about 45 mins. Taxi to Bucerias (good food options there) is about 20 minutes and cheap. Taxi to Suyalita (really cute surfer/fishing town) is about 40 mins. Easy to get taxis at Villa Estancia, including vans, because they keep some on property. In general, the taxi leaving will cost more than coming back. We had no problems on our trip. Of 8 of us, 1 got travelers' diarrhea (no idea from where or what meal). My family of 3 used Pepto Bismol tablets as a preventative and had no trouble (4 others used nothing and also had no trouble). We drank bottled water and drinks, but used hotel ice and brushed teeth from the taps with no issue. Also ate anything we wanted. No problems except for 1 of 8, and even then it was mostly a 1-day problem. Note that the waverunners and other fun stuff down the beach can be a bit pricey, and tough to negotiate down. But they're really fun and worth bringing extra money for. Dollars or pesos. The nearest ATM is at the sister hotel. Dispenses pesos. We brought our own, but needed more several times, mostly due to excursions and trips to nearby towns. We went on Vallarta Adventures excursions this time and last time we were there. Excellent company, and highly recommended. Mariettas Eco (boat and snorkel) and Las Caletas (boat and private jungle/beach area with snorkel and other activities) are both very nice tours with multiple things to do on each. Strongly suggest looking for deals online and booking tours before you go, since the most popular tours can book up a week or so in advance. Also note that the "hidden beach" tours are really uncommon now, though nobody tells you this online. We heard that the govt. is currently limiting tours to a max of about 150 visitors a day to this spot, so your best chances might be to choose one of the other excellent tours, or at least not get your hopes up. We look forward to another trip in the future. Villa La Estancia was great, and we'd be happy to go there again! 8 nights was too few! During our trip, Estancia was only about 25-30% occupied, and this falls further in September once school (and hurricane season) starts. This made for a great trip for us, with no trouble getting service, towels, places to sit. I think I'd avoid the place during Dec/Jan when they're 90-100% occupied.

Douglas B - Burlingame, California, United States


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

A wonderful vacation at an incredible resort. Stayed in 2403 and rented through the owner of this unit and it was a perfect vacation. Suite was beautiful. Loved the hydration spa, Noel and Felix took care of me well. Also appreciated Gerardo, Raul, Omar and Andres who welcomed us back "home" after every excursion at the front door and helped us with everything. We will be back.

Brian G


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I loved my vacation. Every employee was perfect. I loved the pool bar and the service was great. Special thanks to Lucio, Carlos, and Luis. They gave the best service possible. They made my trip memorable.

Matt Y


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

"Welcome home" are always the first words we hear when coming back to our favorite place in Mexico, Villa La Estancia. Every summer for the past 8 years our family has made this trip to recharge our relaxation batteries, and every summer for the past eight years the folks at VLE make us feel like we're home again. Where to start? There is so much positive to say, so I'll start with the first thing, and probably the least fun...check in. Hey, at least they meet you with a cold glass of champagne and bottles of icey cold water., and once you're finished with the business of checking in, if you've purchased the all inclusive package (highly recommended) then you will also be given a luxurious aromatherapy hand massage. Can I just say that everything in this resort is aromatherapy? From the lovely lavender and verbena scents in the halls, to the grilled fish, chicken and steak emanating from the restaurants, everything smells delicious. The villas are beautifully decorated, modern designs and have humongous balconies with plenty of space for our family of four. We usually stay in a two bedroom now that the kids are older, but when they were young, the one bedroom villa with a pull out couch was fine. The staff at VLE is impressive. They are clearly happy and go out of their way to make sure you are happy too. From Lucio, Luis, Angel Nicola and Carlos at La Parilla, the pool side restaurant, to Miguel, Rogelio, Bernardo, Enzo and Gabriel at La Casona. The staff mak s you feel so special and pampered. Fidel and Oscar were ready every day down by the pool with fresh towels and a sense of humor. My husband wanted to thank Felix and Roberto from the Tatewari Spa, which is an absolute MUST, whether for a spa treatment (the massages are wonderful as are the facial treatments) or just to enjoy the sauna and hydrotherapy. The quiet time spent in the spa is a mini vacation inside the vacation. I could go on and on but let me just say this...you can not go wrong by choosing VLE. We can't wait to go back next year. Thank you!

Liesl S


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

During our stay at la estancia we had the best memories by far!! The staff were so professional and make you feel so welcome!! We cant wait to come back next year. I brought my 19 year old and my 2 year old and it was the best selected resort. So comfortable and relaxing in every way possible. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are rated 100 percent amazing!! Top of the line everything.. Thank you staff for making our vacation unforgettable...special thank you to fernando during breakfast!!🌋🌋

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