All-Inclusive Puerto Vallarta Vacation
Included in this vacation package:
- Round-trip airfare
- 5-night all-inclusive stay in a deluxe platinum or diamond ocean-view room at Hard Rock Hotel Puerto Vallarta
- $1,500 resort credit per room
- All meals and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic)
- 24-hour room service
- Daily and nightly entertainment
- Wireless Internet
- Unlimited long distance calls
- Water sports and activities<p>
Hard Rock Hotel Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta’s shimmering Banderas Bay is just steps from the outdoor pools, hot tubs, and thatched-roof cabanas of the Hard Rock Hotel Puerto Vallarta. The beach is a prime spot for sunbathing, snorkeling, and scuba diving, but there’s plenty to keep you busy at the resort, too, including live music, casino nights, late-night bars, and a slew of international restaurants.
In fact, you should be able to find a dining venue to satisfy almost any craving, and on this all-inclusive vacation—which covers all meals and beverages—you can try a little bit of everything. Sample Asian food at Zen, wash down traditional Mexican cuisine with margaritas provide at Frida, and enjoy Brazilian barbecue at Ipanema.
In addition to the beach activities available, the resort offers a number of land-based adventures, many of them off-site. You can take a zipline tour of Puerto Vallarta’s tropical forests or hike the mountain trails of nearby San Sebastian.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico: Tropical Paradise with Cosmopolitan Flair
Puerto Vallarta is perhaps Mexico’s most sophisticated vacation destination, with expansive beaches, trendy restaurants, and cobblestone streets leading to beautifully preserved 19th-century churches. A 16-block boardwalk known as the malecón offers unobstructed ocean views as it extends from the city center, past fountains and a famous 9-foot-high statue of a boy riding a seahorse.
Vallarta draws a diverse crowd of vacationers intent on relaxing during the day and living it up at night, bouncing between the city’s numerous dance clubs and bouncy castles. For a glimpse of the city’s history, head to Viejo Vallarta, also known as Old Town, where artists peddle shawls and piñatas and mariachi bands serenade couples dancing on Plaza Principal.