Located at the top of Alta Vista, this hacienda style studio awaits. Below Casa Madina with a private entrance, kitchenette, large bathroom and closet. Includes a queen-sized bed, 40" TV, DVD Player, WiFi, microwave, stove/oven, coffee maker, toaster, ceiling fan and A/C.
Due to the increasing fees from VRBO (including CC fees), we have had to change to a single payment. Sorry for any confusion or for the impact as we try to manage the increasing fees from VRBO.
Located walking distance to restaurants, shops, bars (5+ min) and beaches (~20 min) in Old Town.
At the end of the day, head up to the large rooftop terrace & soaking pool (~2m x 4m). WIth fabulous views of the bay and the Zona Romantica, you can dine outside, enjoy a drink or relax in the pool. While you’re out, grab some groceries and enjoy your breakfast and coffee on the rooftop terrace.
All guests (Casa and Casita) will have access to the rooftop terrace and Rooftop Pool. The views of the bay and the Zona Romantica are very relaxing.
Casita Madina is in Alta Vista in a quiet, residential Mexican neighborhood. Located at the top of a hill (which gives us great views, but does require walking up some hilly roads or a long set of stairs - or a taxi), there is little traffic. The neighbors are very friendly and some speak English.
Some neighbors have dogs, who love to come visit at Casita Madina. Please don't let them in, but also please be friendly. They are all friendly dogs and help watch out for the house.
There are also several stray cats in the neighborhood, many of whom like to sunbathe on our rooftop terrace. We have citronella spray to help keep them away. You can spray it anywhere the cats gather and they should stay away.
First-timers to Puerto Vallarta come for the sun, sea and fun, but soon discover the fantastic restaurants that keep them coming back.
The Malecón is Puerto Vallarta´s beautiful boardwalk and covers nearly two miles along the beach. Surrounded by different bars, nightclubs and restaurants the Malecón is lined by large bronze sculptures from many talented local artists.
From fresh, street corner taco stands, to exquisite high-end meals, Puerto Vallarta has it all. You can dine overlooking the city and the bay or with your feet buried in the sand under a palapa. A variety of food from around Mexico to Italian, Burgers, German, ‘American’, Pizza, Asian and more can be found in Puerto Vallarta and all of it uses fresh-caught fish, fresh local vegetables and home-made tortillas and salsas! Best of all, no need to dress up – Puerto Vallarta is very casual and you can wear what makes you comfortable.
Connoisseurs of fine dining are in paradise each November, during Puerto Vallarta's annual Gourmet Dining Festival, and in May every year we have the Restaurant Week(s), at the end of the month.
Some nearby restaurants include Tony’s Please, El Brujo, Los Lirios, and Memo’s Taco stand. Just a little further away, you’ll find Tre Piatti, Los Muertos Brewery, Fredy’s Tucan, Margarita Grill, Fajita Republic, Joe’s Fish Shack, .
Just across the river Rio Cuale to the south lays the Southside with all it's cozy restaurants as La Palapa, Joe Jack's Fish Shack, Daiquiri Dick's, Langoustine's by the pier, Bravo, Fajita Republic and so many more in addition to everything from wonderful little Mexican family-owned restaurants to great taco stands.
About Puerto Vallarta
The beautiful Banderas Bay, nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountain range, is the second largest bay in the Western Hemisphere. Its climate is sub-tropical and features many dense forests, rivers and waterfalls. With an average temperature of 27°C (80°F), it is dry in winter and humid with some afternoon showers in the summer. The rain usually falls in the late afternoons with clear blue skies in the day, making it a year round holiday spot.
Puerto Vallarta's incredible natural beauty combined with the small town atmosphere and the warmth and friendliness of the people makes Puerto Vallarta a very special place.
The old and the new are blended in Puerto Vallarta, and offers all from simple pleasures to sophisticated charms. Here one can find anything from Taco stands to exclusive restaurants, quaint art galleries, air conditioned shopping centers with movie theaters, café's, beach vendors selling Mexican handicrafts, traditional open air markets, walking Mariachi bands on the beach and an incredible variety of activities such as whale watching, boat dinner cruises, Botanical garden, swimming with dolphins, zip lines, tours to near villages, fishing, snorkeling and an array of sight-seeing tours.Get the full listing »