Comfort Inn Puerto Vallarta
Blvd. Francisco Medina Ascenci
Puerto Vallarta, 48335
Phone: (52) 322 2267979
Fax: (52) 322 2267979
Collage is a very popular nightclub in the Hotel Zone of Puerto Vallarta. Collage hosts lively parties all week long, playing the most popular musical hits from all over the world by resident DJs. Collage is especially popular on Tuesday nights for its legendary foam party, and also on Friday nights. There is a cover charge, but it includes an open bar.
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.
Located in the Velas Vallarta Grand Suite Resort, this cocktail bar attracts primarily guests from the hotel or the nearby deluxe condominium complex. What they find is a cool, pleasant bar with attentive bartenders who are capable of mixing up just about anything. Later in the evening, it becomes a popular mixing spot for more than just drinks. During high season, there is live music most nights. Attire is resort-casual.
This bar and lounge has quickly become one of the most popular nightlife destinations in Puerto Vallarta. The club features DJs spinning a good variety of house and popular music as well as often hosting live music acts. Tribu also features two billiards tables. This ultra-hip lounge style bar is a great place to spend a trendy night out in Puerto Vallarta.
Located at the Krystal Vallarta resort, this well-equipped club known as the most beautiful place in the world, attracts many hotel guests, conventioneers and dance fanatics. There's a top-notch laser light show, a fog machine, beat-heavy music, and real '70s-style lighting to help everyone disco the night away. Big video screens plaster the walls, and there's usually a line to get in. The cover charge runs from nothing to USD 30, so call to find out what the fee is for the night.
Enjoy in the relaxing atmosphere of El Patio de Mi Casa. The petite restaurant and bar serves as a great hangout, for those who have been stressed out after a long and busy weekend. Munch on the excellent Mexican fare that the friendly staff serves and sit with a chilled mug of beer in a secluded corner and indulge in pleasant conversation with your loved ones. Bands perform live here regularly, so you can shake a leg or two. Put on your best party wear and head to El Patio de Mi Casa.
If you are a night owl, this is the place for you. The doors don't even open to the public until 9p, and the action doesn't even begin until after midnight. The music is Latin based and draws a large crowd with its rhythms and noise. Live bands are the entertainment on Fridays and Saturdays and they play all kinds of music from salsa to samba. It is a great place to go dancing and mingle with fun people. J&B Salsa Club opens daily at 10pm.
A sophisticated restaurant with a host of many different international cuisines to choose from. Whether Asian-inspired and Pacific Rim dishes or something more local Mexican flavors, there is ample variety. When you're ready to get your dance on, there is an endless flow of electronic, house, minimal, or just simple melodic and deep-house to just lounge to.
Traditional juicy cheeseburgers are the specialty at this casual, American restaurant. Originally founded in Hawaii, the restaurant has made a niche for itself by providing American food in tropical locales. At this location, the eatery also serves a gringo-friendly array of Mexican-style specialties. More sophisticated palates will enjoy the Hawaiian style mahi-mahi and Coconut Breaded Shrimp that are also available. Oceanfront views and nightly live music complement the burgers.
The foods of Northern Italy are presented here in a pleasant, lively atmosphere. Both floors of this restaurant provide an ocean view. The menu ranges from flavorful, inexpensive pizzas, handmade and cooked in the brick oven, to the traditional Chicken Cacciatore and a deluxe Osso Bucco. Desserts include Italian Gelato and Tiramisu (among others), and the bar provides both wines and Italian liqueurs. Live jazz serenades customers on Thursdays and Fridays.
Following the tradition started in London, England in 1971, the Hard Rock Puerto Vallarta is a popular place to visit. The menu serves traditional American fare, big burgers and fajitas. The extraordinary circular bar area, allows for socializing, drinking and a great place to watch live music. Every night, except Wednesday, a live band performs from 10:30p and is generally enjoyed by tourists and locals alike.
This is a zoo with real cages - dance cages so anyone can climb in and let out their most primal moves to the music which plays constantly. Some of the patrons find the cage bars handy to hang on to; the drinks flow fast, cheap and furious here, always 2 for 1. The sound system is marvelous and usually is blasting out techno, dance, and rap, but anything with a powerful enough beat to keep the crowd moving is likely to play eventually. This is another big spring break favorite with the under-30 crowd. Admission varies by night, so call for details.