The hotel service is obsessively good--the reviews are right on. This is by far one of the best hotels I have been to anywhere. PV was advertised as a food mecca and the hotel food quality was very good, don't get me wrong. But I was surprised the hotel's food menu options were lacking. Normally I don't much care about hotel food but there aren't many healthy options around the hotel. I'm a vegetarian and I had a really hard time finding vegetarian items on the outdoor lunch restaurant menu. There are some salads available as appetizers but none as entrees. All of their meat entrees had wonderful, fresh, delicious vegetable sides--mushrooms, squash, asparagus, broccoli, green/red peppers. Unfortunately I don't eat meat/fish. The evening indoors restaurant was pretty damn good and there was actually a vegetarian menu, but that menu was not advertised and difficult to get as it was always lost in some guest's room for some reason. As I said, the food options around the hotel are limited and mostly cater to seafood/fried food lovers, this being a port I'm not surprised. But I would have loved some greener options. By far the best food and most of the vegetarian-friendly options were available in Zona Romantica. So we had to commute almost daily. It's not far by taxi, but it was a little cumbersome to go back and forth, especially with the incessant heat and humidify during the day. There were some nice-looking restaurants in the malecon but I shied away from these as they seemed to be built as tourist traps. The views from the hotel were really nice. The only sad part is the beach is too rough to swim. There are also several rivers all over the Bay (one right next door) that wash from the mountains down to the heavily populated city's grey water/debris runoff straight into the beaches (and it rains a lot so there is constant flooding and runoff). We didn't care for the crowded beaches anywhere South of the hotel, including Playa Los Muertos, which were way too packed with people and street vendors selling everything from trinkets to marijuana. Yelapa was just as crowded (and full of debris and plastic) and designed for tourists to lie on the beach and do nothing but eat seafood all day. The cleanest beaches seemed to be to the North in the Riviera Nayarit side. We found a clean beach and desolate cove with one restaurant at Destiladores Beach, which was about a half-hour ride by taxi (450 pesos)
or bus (360 pesos/two buses).
All of rooms have a beach view. The King bed was very comfortable.
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Thank you very much for providing us the valuable directions of improvements, We sorry that our Vegetarian Menu maybe wasn`t offer to you. Now we leave a full vegeratian menu in order to acomplishment our guest desires. our Chef loves to creat meals for special requirements, like veggy options, we will love to know this during your stay .
Will ensure that your next visit is as close to perfection as possible, we will ensure that your next visit is as close to perfection as possible.
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