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Love this place & would go back. It is charming, well cared for and very clean. Most of the time we had the whole place to ourselves. Pool was sparkling, plants lovingly maintained, the metalwork upstairs is beautiful. I loved it here, the 3 staff...More
Overall happy with our stay!
Spent new years here with 2 friends.
You need to check in at the sister hotel a couple of blocks away - Hotel Encino
Check in was straight forward because I had luckily read someones review about needing to...More
This nice little hotel is located in the entertainment district. It is unmarked and you have to get the keys from Hotel Encino a few blocks away. The rooms are large, clean, well equipped and some have balconies. The staff are friendly and available. There...More
La Iguana is a very nice place like home, clean, good service, all facilities and confort. Good experience to saty in old vallarta town, everything is near, restaurants, shops, bars, malecon, and can walk safety. A little noisy by nights because of close bars in...More
As a young couple, we liked this hotel mainly because of the location (it is walking distance from the seafront and the restaurant/clubs) and also it is newly furnished (aside from the TV), with all the necessary appliances in the kitchen for a long stay....More
All the rooms are on the 2nd and 3rd floors. I am an obese 70 year old and had no problem carrying my packsack up to the 3rd floor. We are not in great shape, but we still managed to go in and out half a dozen times a day... More
All the rooms are on the 2nd and 3rd floors. I am an obese 70 year old and had no problem carrying my packsack up to the 3rd floor. We are not in great shape, but we still managed to go in and out half a dozen times a day. More troublesome was having to carry up 3 gallon water jugs of drinking water. This hotel does not provide drinking water. If these things are an issue, I would suggest Hotel Encino, or Suites Plaza del Rio a few blocks away. They are owned/managed by the same people, have elevators and drinking water on all floors. They are also quieter, but the rooms are more traditional Mexican hotel, not as modern, but still a delight.
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"The quiet room is number 205 = good. I am staying in room 102 = noise!"