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paradise village nuevo vallarta

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santa rosa, ca
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paradise village nuevo vallarta

We will be going to paradise village for the first time on Dec. 3.

We will not be doing the all-inclusive. Any suggestions on what to bring, what to wear, what to see? Also, what is included in the kitchen and where should we shop? Are there any exursions that we shouldn't miss? Any help you can give us will be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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1. Re: paradise village nuevo vallarta

I'm going 3rd wk in Dec.

From what I have read... no condiments or even dish soap are in the kitchen so you will either have to buy.... or bring a bit along.

There is a grocery store in the mall which is located on the property... or you can take a cab to Gigantica, Walmart Sams Club etc.

We are going to eat out mainly but it will be great to have kitchen for breakfasts/snacks/juice water etc.

have fun and post what you thought of the place

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I can just tell you what is in the kitchen as we have been there before. There are a few pots and pans, some utensils, a coffee pot, big fridge and stove and I think there may be a dishcloth. If you use their coffee for example it will cost you quite a bit of money so buy your own etc.

The Paradise Village mall is accross the street but the grocery store is quite small and very expensive.

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By California standards, the grocery store is much larger than a conveinence store but smaller than a super market and is fairly priced and carries lots of items. There is even a butcher and a pharmacy. The kitchen is more than enogh for making breakfast and lunch. The restaurants on property were very reasonable and had a great variety, in fact we never ate in the same restaurant twice. The Mexican restaurant in the mall was really good as was The Jungle restaurant (try the rib eye staek). I cannot vouch for the sushi bar at the mall, just could not bring myself to try it. The pool bar/restaurant was great too. All in all we ate well and drank like sailors and our hotel charges for the week were less than $400.

We did not go on any excursions but I did play golf at their outstanding course on property "El Tigre." I heard the canopy tour was awsome and also heard great things about the Rythums of the Night dinner cruise. Do not miss out on the monday night fiesta at the hotel, you will not be dissapointed.

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Thank you very much for the info. It really helps to know what to expect. We really appreciate it. Thanks again. mgjim