Now Amber Puerto Vallarta
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Now Amber is set on a long sandy beach overlooking panoramic views of Banderas Bay. It's within walking distance of Puerto Vallarta's colourful Malecon boardwalk. Junior suites ... Continue reading
Now Amber is set on a long sandy beach overlooking panoramic views of Banderas Bay. It’s within walking distance of Puerto Vallarta’s colourful Malecon boardwalk. Junior suites come as standard here, and they have a balcony or terrace that comes with sea views.
Kids have got it made at Now Amber. They enter the Explorers’ Club through a long Jurassic-style tunnel. When they get inside they have things like a Euro-bungee to play with. Down in the sea, meanwhile, there\s a scalable inflatable iceberg.
Daytime activity programme
The adults-only Now Spa* has a lengthy treatment list. Sign up for a soothing facial or a chocolate body scrub.
Secrets Spa* by Pevonia
Located at the next door Secrets Vallarta Bay, the spa offers loads in the way of relaxation. You can buy day or week passes, giving you access to the hydrotheraphy circuit, sauna and steam room. And there's a lengthy list of treatments including water lily wraps, hot stone massages and chocolate manicures. Just to let you know treatments are for over 16s.
Located at the spa, and offering beauty treatments and hairdressing for men and women.
There are 3 pools to choose from here. One of them is all about fun. You can get into the water using a slide and the kids can take lilos and rubber rings into the pool with them.
2 outdoor pools
Lined with loungers and parasols.
Food and Drink
There are 6 restaurants to plump for. The main restaurant is a buffet place serving up international fare, and there are a few à la cartes including Mexican, Italian and Pan-Asian eateries.
Tamarindo Mexican à la carte restaurant
Opening Times: [18.00-23.00]
For a taste of authentic local dishes, head to Tamarindo – a gourmet Mexican à la carte restaurant. It's typically Mexican in style, too, with seats fashioned from barrels and a terracotta colour palette throughout. Men will need to remember to bring long trousers and a smart casual shirt to dine here - no sleeveless shirts or flip-flops are allowed.
For snacks throughout the day, this coffee shop and patisserie combo is a popular choice.
Capers Italian à la carte restaurant
Capers Italian is an à la carte restaurant with plenty of character. Men will need to pack long trousers, a collared shirt and some smart shoes for this place. For women, it's things like dresses, blouses, skirts and dress shoes.
Carnival buffet restaurant
Carnival is an international buffet restaurant offering plenty of choice for the whole family. Just so you know, sleeveless shirts and swimwear aren't allowed in the restaurant.
Castaways à la carte restaurant
Opening Times: [11.00-17.00, 18.30-23.00]
Specialising in seafood and Mediterranean cuisine. Just so you know, swimwear and sleeveless shirts aren't allowed at this place.
A la carte dining
At the Italian, seafood, Mexican and Asian restaurants.
Manatees swim-up bar
Moments lobby bar
Preferred Club bar
Exclusive if you're staying in a Preferred Club room.
Opening Times: [18.00-23.00]
Himitsu restaurant serves up Pan-Asian fusion cuisine for dinner. Just so you know, the Teppanyaki tables are adults-only. The style of this place is all about casual elegance, so men will need to wear long trousers, and shirts with sleeves. Flip-flops aren't allowed either.
Barefoot Grill restaurant
Opening Times: [12.00-16.00]
This place is open for lunch and serves up a selection of grilled dishes.
Desires bar and nightclub
Opening Times: [22.00-01.00]
This late-night hub is decked in all things Moorish - think bronze lanterns, shiny red pillows and ornate rugs. There are separate VIP booths, a bar and a DJ playing the latest chart hits.
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Puerto Vallarta is situated in the Bahia de Banderas, a 14-mile (22km) long bay lined with long stretches of sandy beaches. It is the second largest holiday resort on the Pacific coast after Acapulco, but despite its resort status it has managed to maintain its own character.
Puerto Vallarta's charm is due to a comfortable blend of cosmopolitan first worldliness and the colonial features of its historic old town. The graceful centre is embellished with quaint cobblestone streets that are lined with delightful white adobe houses, flower-filled wrought-iron balconies and red tiled roofs, making this one of Mexico's most picturesque coastal cities.
Puerto Vallarta's luxury hotels, restaurants, bars, and shopping centres have spread out along the coast on either side of the original town, allowing Puerto Vallarta to grow as a holiday destination without sacrificing its colonial charms. With more than 250 restaurants, visitors to Puerto Vallarta are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out in this charming city. It is unrivalled as a city, boasting the services offered by a cosmopolitan hub alongside the simpler pleasures of a Mexican village.
Outdoor recreation is limitless in Puerto Vallarta, especially the diversity of water sports available, including diving and snorkelling, while whales and dolphins inhabit the bay and can often be seen on organised boat trips.
Boasting more holiday activities than anyone has time for, Puerto Vallarta offers an array of watersports, including wind surfing, sailing, kayaking, surfing, scuba diving, snorkelling and water-skiing. In addition there are opportunities for swimming with dolphins and whale watching. Many hotels also organise excursions to secluded beaches, hiking and biking tours, canopy tours and horse riding. Other activities include golf, deep-sea fishing and bungy jumping.
As the culinary capital of Mexico, and host to the annual Gourmet Dining Festival every November, foodies will be in paradise while on holiday in Puerto Vallarta. It is home to some of the best restaurants in Mexico, and offers thousands of places to dine ranging from award-winning venues and family-run restaurants to coffee houses and beachside cafes. A wide range of international cuisine is available, from Italian to Japanese and French, with the eclectic Daiquiri Dick's coming out tops and La Ola Rica serving popular pizzas and coconut shrimp. For traditional local Mexican fare, visit El Arrayán in the centre of town.
The nightlife in Puerto Vallarta offers something for everyone. There are nightclubs and all night discos, strip bars, live music clubs, bars serving up sundowner cocktails, restaurants that bring on bands after the food has been cleared away, folkloric dancing and Mexican fiestas, and hotel bars where visitors and locals alike gather over a drink for a chat at the end of the day. The centre of the nightlife is the Malecon strip where the atmosphere is for the young and the young at heart. The South Side features a variety of alternative entertainment, including gay bars and strip shows.
Even serious shoppers won't be disappointed by the variety of shops in Puerto Vallarta, which line almost every downtown street and range from speciality stores and shopping centres to outdoor markets and art galleries. No other holiday resort destination in Mexico can offer the same shopping experience as Puerto Vallarta. It has developed a reputation as an art centre and there is an abundance of local arts and crafts, such as pottery, ceramics and hand blown glass. Boutiques stock an array of shoes, traditional Mexican sandals and clothing, while the main flea market will be the place to bargain for inexpensive handicrafts, clothes and souvenirs.
During the warmer months of May to August insects and mosquitoes can become a problem in Puerto Vallarta so be sure to bring plenty of repellent with you.
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