Comfort Inn Puerto Vallarta
Blvd. Francisco Medina Ascenci
Puerto Vallarta, 48335
Phone: (52) 322 2267979
Fax: (52) 322 2267979
Blvd. Francisco Medina Ascenci 3965 Fracc. Marina Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta, MX, 48335
- Phone: (52) 322 2267979
- Fax: (52) 322 2267979
Shrimps, scallops, lobsters, fresh tacos, enchiladas and tequila! Yes, yes, yes; all things Mexican start here. The decor is definitely not for the elite, but the warmth is evident in the earthy colors used. Try and get your hands (and mouth!) on the huge platters of snapper or Mahi Mahi covered with rice, vegetables, shrimp and beans. And try to squeeze in the Bacon-wrapped Shrimp before consuming the ultimate sinful dessert—Grilled Honey Glazed Banana with Cinnamon and Kahlua!
Bored? Head on over to the Marina area where this hub of activity provides something for everyone. Many types of amusements can be found here: from a relatively docile bowling alley, to a well-equipped video arcade stocked with the latest games, to a billiards room. If you're more attracted by a different sort of game-playing, the lively disco provides dancing to an ever-changing roster of live bands. A sushi bar offers great food until 1a. The crowd tends to be college-age young, and the attire is varied. Any attire except blatant beachwear is acceptable at this varied club.
A favorite among the local crowd, "las 8 tostadas," as it is known locally, is only open until 6pm. The early closing time is for a simple reason—all the food is gone by that time. A bit crowded on certain days, especially during the weekends, the food is worth the wait. The owners specialize in creating classic Mexican treats with shellfish. Enjoy the tostadas: a hard tortilla with your choice of shrimp, clams, lobster, pata de mula, or oysters prepared with spicy sauce and cabbage.
There is nothing like having have a good old-fashioned breakfast, and at Mr. Cream's you will find just that. Featuring a wide selection of pancakes and waffles, like strawberry pancakes and honey nut waffles, you are sure to find something good. They also offer eggs prepared as you like, cream crepes and fruit crepes. With so many breakfast choices available, it is hard to go wrong.
Mikado offers top-quality Japanese cuisine, offered at either the sushi bar or at teppan-yaki tables. The sushi bar allows guests to observe the rolling and preparation of the food, which ranges from seafood to vegetarian. At the teppan-yaki tables, a chef prepares a grilled meal in front of the guests and often works to keep them entertained as well. Options range from shrimp to scallops to various cuts of steak. Located within the Marriott Casa Magna.
A beautiful open-air palapa (constructed with wood and palm leaves), surrounded by falling water, tropical plants, the Marina's boardwalk, candles and soft lighting, might seem a strange setting for a Chinese restaurant. Suzie's ambiance, however, combined with its excellent food, makes for a successful restaurant. The menu features The Mandarin Fillet, Suzie Wong's Shrimp and Peking Duck. No MSG is used in the cooking.
This restaurant's meat selection was recognized by several local critics as the best in Puerto Vallarta. Enjoy a taste of Argentina as you sample imported cuts of meat, prepared over wood fires. The specialty is the Chateaubriand steak for two, which is served on a cutting board with vegetables. For those who prefer other types of food, a variety of pastas and seafood plates are offered. The average cost is $15 - $25 USD. The restaurant has another branch in Olas Altas 507, +52 3223 2088.
The minimalist, fashionable and very popular De Santos restaurant, offers some of the most innovative cuisine in the city, featuring culinary creations with Mediterranean influences. After dinner, the place is transformed, and the bar area takes over, as the place is transformed into a hip nightclub. The place is set up so the acoustics fill the place, and the music is ever present. The DJ takes requests, so the musical landscape changes with the whims of the crowd. The after hours clientèle ranges from the mid-20s to early 30s crowd.
This lovely, reasonably priced restaurant has pleased visitors and locals alike for years with its artfully prepared Italian classics. The environment is pleasant, with an outdoor terrace that offers a good view for people-watching, or you may choose the air-conditioned interior for a cool retreat. The pizzas bake in a traditional brick oven and its Antipasto Salad is one to return for time and again. The Fettucini Carbonara is a hit with many patrons.
The little sister of Las Palomas, Las Palomas Doradas, offers another version of the excellently prepared food and ambience. Located within the Marina, and surrounded by the yachts, the essence of the place is totally different from its downtown counterpart. The seafood, with a touch of French flavor, and a wonderful selection of desserts, make this terrace restaurant an excellent choice.
Located within the exclusive Westin Regina, this extraordinary seafood restaurant measures up to the highest quality international cuisine. Thanks to its privileged beachfront location, sunset dinners are absolute bliss. Antonio Garcia, the executive chef, prepares many extraordinary culinary creations, such as the lobster in a creamy white wine sauce and the salmon fillet with pistachio pesto. During the summer months, breakfast is served and has the same high standard of quality.
Rub off shoulders with the who's who of the city at the Nikki Beach Restaurant, located in the chic Westin Resort & Spa, Puerto Vallarta. The cool breeze flirting with the palm trees creates a picturesque frame. Ocean backdrop is ideal for a dinner or a date. International cuisine caters to all gourmands. Fresh and fine ingredients add to the taste. Drinks serve as a good accompaniment. Speedy and efficient services complete the picture.