I stayed with friends and kids at villa Amor this past Christmas in one of the most expensive villa (1000$ per night) at the top of the property. villa Amor has some golf carts for some villas but you can get yours as the road to get up there is very steep and stairs quite hard to climb especially past a certain age. Unfortunately, Villa Amor does not it warm its customers that golf cart are not strong or stable enough to drive up there and should not be driven on such steep road and we had an unfortunate accident. The cart tipped and rolled over. We were lucky that our kids were not in the cart that night. I was the only injured fortunately for my 3 other friends. I broke my foot had stiches and spent 7 weeks in a cast and had to bear medical expenses. At the time of the accident and the morning after NOBODY from management came to see us before we left ( we left at 12pm the day after which was ample time). I contacted villa Amor to ask for reimbursement as there is a clear negligence, no warning signs and residents should be warned when they rent the most expensive villa on top of the property. I had no answers to my mail or very polite answers telling me basically, to file a claim through a lawyer in Mexico...if i had a claim. We were 6 onsite when this happened. Clearly this place does not value its customers, its service and its product.
stay away !!! there are many other lovely place around the bay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Villa Amor is an eclectic collection of 26 oceanfront villas the tropical surf town of Sayulita, Mexico. Each villa has stunning views of the Sayulita Bay coastline, the Sierra Madre jungle, and the fishing village down the road. All of our villas feature unique, open-air designs with incomparable views from the terraces and lounges for sunbathing and nighttime stargazing. We're about 50-minute scenic drive from Puerto Vallarta International Airport but a world away from the cacophonous crowds. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Villa Amor Hotel Sayulita