Sandy beaches, quaint shops, nosh in the stylish restaurants, and wander through the picturesque cobbled streets or along it’s beautiful seafront malecon. If the pretty beaches aren’t enough, you can venture out on cruises, horesback rides, dive trips and day tours.
This personal and charming Condo, offers a brand new building with seven units, so it’s a more personable condo complex, with spacious units. Private Balcony, tastefully decorated unit, loaded with amenities. Roof top terrace, pool, with stunning views of the Bay of Banderas.
The Condo Unit ...
This gorgeous one-bedroom, one bath is stunning in every way! Granite counter tops with stainless steal appliances in a fabulous contemporary kitchen. The kitchen opens to a beautiful living room with sleek tables, sofa bed, with comfy chairs and beautiful art.
The Condo Unit is done in desert gold to remind you of the Mexican Sun, ( sol)! Just one short block, is Los Muertos Beach, or the roof top pool, a few flights up!The bathroom with sink and marble counters also offers a large walk in shower to unwind in after a long day at the beach. Need to do a little laundry; the unit is fully self-contained with en-suite laundry.
The entire suite gives the feel of a luxury hotel suite with original works of art. So mix yourself your favorite drink and stroll out to the terrace and watch the sun set while planning your next trip to fantastic Puerto Vallarta!
All this and located in the heart of the Romantic zone, one block to the beach and less than two blocks, to shopping, restaurants, lounges etc. Possibly the best location in all of old town!
Need to check email or phone to make a reservation at one of 100′s of great restaurants, we have wireless internet and a cell phone for local calls only.
We have a max 2-person limit and this unit is for adults only.
Air Conditioning - Washer /Dryer - Queen Bed/ Luxury Linens/ Towels - Fully Stocked Kitchen - Balcony - WIFI Access - Swimming Pool/ Jetted - TV/DVD/Cable
This personal and charming Condo, ...
Villas Martha, Condo Apts, is one of Puerto Vallarta’s nicest small owner-run Condominium buildings.
Perfectly located between Los Muertos beach, Old Town, Olas Altas and the corner of Pilitas. You will not find a better location, within walking distance of everything you would need for an enjoyable, non-rushed vacation experience.This personal and charming Condo, offers a brand new building with seven units, so it’s a more personable condo complex, with spacious units. Private Balcony, tastefully decorated unit, loaded with amenities. Roof top terrace, pool, with stunning views of the Bay of Banderas.
The Jewel of Jalisco, Puerto Vallarta- referred to simply as Vallarta by its loyal boosters- is one of Mexico’s liveliest and most sophisticated resort destinations. Stretching around the sparkling blue Bahia de Banderas and backed by lush , palm-covered mountains, you couldn’t ask for a lovelier or livelier place to while away a comsmopolitan vacation.
Each year millions come to laze on the dazzling sandy beaches, browse in the quaint shops, nosh in the stylish restaurants, and wander through the picturesque cobbled streets or along it’s beautiful seafront malecon. If the pretty town beaches aren’t enough, you can venture out on cruises, horesback rides, dive trips and day tours. – And be back in time for a late dinner and even later outing to one of the many sizzling nightspots.
The appeal of Puerto Vallarta transcends it’s city limits. Everywhere you go the dazzling sea beckons.
During the winter months humpback whales arrive after a long journey from arctic seas. All around the bay sportfishing and diving are famously first rate, while up at Punta de Mita surfers find plenty of long curling waves to keep them busy.
Escape artists disappear into small towns such as Bucerias and La Cruz de Huanacaxtle to ease into the local rhythm.
Although the indigenous people proably lived in this area for centuries, the first documented settlement was in 1851. The Sanchez family came and made their home by the mouth of the Rio Culae. Farmers and fisher folk followed, and farmers began shipping their harvests from a small port north of the Rio Cuale. In 1918 the settlement was named Vallarta, in honour of Ignacio Luis Vallarta, a former governor of the state of Jalisco.
Tourists started to trickle into Puerto Vallarta back in 1954 when Mexicana airlines started a promotional campaign and initiated the first flights here, landing on a dirt airstrip in Emiliano Zapata, an area that is now the center of Vallarta.
Ten years later, John Huston chose the area for a location for the film of Tennessee Williams play The Night of the Iguana.
Suddenly Puerto Vallarta became world famous, with an aura of steamy tropical romance.
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It would be a pleasure to host you, Paul Hammer Judge Place House 1249 Judge Place Victoria, BC V8P2C7 250-216-7308 - Info@judgeplacehouse.com