Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta
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Experience leisure through the services and quality that are trademarks of Fiesta Americana hotels. A beautiful fun-filled resort situated in the main hotel zone offering welcoming comfortable facilities, great dining, and lively bars designed to please every type of guest.
Location: On a wide beach over-looking Banderas Bay, 10 minutes from downtown, 15 minutes from the airport.
Just had 10 days with 3 generations of my family.67 years to 20 months. Two special needs adults.We were pampered from the moment we arrived, and still after we checked out and waited for our transport.Our rooms were all next to each other with adjoining balconies.Food was good with many choices.Special thank you to Marvin, Oscar and Marlo's at the breakfast buffet. Special thank you to Miguel and Polo at the pool and beach.special Thanks to Ricardo at the Italian restaurant and Ismael at the Asian restaurant.Pety our maid ,room was kept immaculate and she worked around us.Thanks to the staff whose names I can't remember who we spoke to daily and were completely sincere in wanting us to be totally satisfied with our stay.Fantastic cakes at bakery.Always possible to get a spot at the beach or pool. Definitely Value for money.In Miguel's words " we will be back"
My wife and I spent a week in November 2017 at the Fiesta Americana. This is an all-inclusive hotel near the center of Puerto Vallarta. It’s an older hotel, but has been well maintained and is in great condition. It has a great layout; the restaurants, swimming pools, kids’ area are within the outer enclosure of the hotel. It has a palatial lobby and bar with several shops.It has two swimming area one that is exclusively for adults and is located on the roof top of the Chulavista restaurant. We didn’t use the pools but they seemed nice and well maintained, as were the hotel grounds.The wait staff was outstanding (with one exception); they were always friendly and attentive. Cesar the nice young man who staffs the Club Room on the 8th floor is such a hard worker and seemed to be an old hand in the hospitality industry. We saw him on the on the 8th floor and at the breakfast buffet. We found out later that he’s been working his current position for only one week. Rafael, worked everywhere, it seemed; we saw him on the 8th floor periodically, at the breakfast buffet, he even brought our luggage to us on the day we left. He was always friendly, chatty, and efficient. He went out of his way to say hello, even when our breakfast table was not in his assigned area. Also of honorable mention, Barnabe, our waiter, at El Mexicano and at the Friday evening event, Fiesta Mexicana, was very helpful. Our room cleaner, Ana, was great. We enjoyed talking to Veronica, Coordinadora Compartiendo Sonrisas, while waiting for our ride to the airport. And last but not least, Dr. Gisele, of Servicios Medicos De La Marina, thank you so much for making me well again, within a short period of time! I was a bit “under the weather” for a couple of days during our stay.Cons: Hotel food was not up to par. This was our 10th visit to Puerto Vallarta and as a result we’ve probably turned into a couple of foodie snobs. PV has some of the most awesome restaurants around. We ate at all of the hotel restaurants at La Fiesta Americana and found the cuisine lacking. Additionally, we were not fully informed at check-in of all the exclusive amenities we had paid for, and we did not actually receive everything we were supposed to get. They gave us the wrong bracelet initially. And we were told we’d get the other items later, which we didn’t. We’re not normally demanding and nitpicking, but generally we want to get the services we paid for. Anyway, that’s my two cents on this matter.And finally, there are a number of sales people pushing Fiesta Americana membership in the lobby area which can be a bit excessive at times. But after a couple of days if they know you’re not interested in becoming a member they pretty much leave you alone.
I visited the Fiesta Americana in mid November 2017. This was my third stay in PVR, and by far the best. Food: The food at this resort was OUTSTANDING, and one of the best I've ever had in Mexico all together. Although we never tried the buffet, the Mexican, Asian, Japanese, and the Mexican night were all outstanding. You weren't required to make reservations at these restaurants which was a huge bonus, and service was generally fast if the restaurant wasn't super busy. The only teeny thing we had a problem with was the temperature of sitting outside at the Italian restaurant was extremely hot as they had no fans. Another night we sat on the island that is over the pool and it was much cooler. As for lunch, we tried both La Ceviche the restaurant, and the grill which were both phenominal. There was also 24 hour room service which we loved, and the menu was quite vast.Pool: The pool was awesome, although a little bit warm. We loved the little islands in the pool as we could lay on them and tan there. The poolside service was great, and everybody was super willing to get you whatever you desired. Ocean: The ocean was good, we loved the rocks that were around as they were great photo spots, but watch out for the crabs! Although there were vendors (as there are everywhere in Mexico) the resort had a rope by the beach chairs which restricted them from pestering you while you were relaxing on the chairs.Rooms: We stayed in the deluxe ocean view room, and I found the rooms to be super nice, and the bathrooms were nicely stocked with shampoo etc. The beds were good enough for me, although I would recommend bringing your own pillow if you have a bad neck. We did have some issues working our thermostat but it eventually worked and we were able to keep our room at a comfortable temperature. Staff: The staff were awesome and super kind and willing to help with whatever you needed.
What an incredibly beautiful hotel. Not to mention outstanding hospitality, great food and beautiful view. Stayed here 11/5/17-11/12/17Checking in is a breeze. You don’t get swarmed by timeshare sales people. We did have one person follow us to the elevator after checking in, asking our room number. I’m pretty sure he was selling excursions. I learned a long time ago at another resort down the road called red flower (sic) that I gave the person that looked like a hotel staff, our room number and I would get calls every morning and evening. I unplugged the phone. This hotel is not like that. No calls all week.We had a room on the 9th floor and the host named Rafael took great care of us, bringing us Ice, sodas and whatever was lacking in the minibar. I'm not sure he ever went home because he was our waiter at the breakfast bar in the mornings as well.The room and hotel was immaculate. The outside temperature was in the mid 80's but the air conditioner kept the room very cool. We have stayed at many other hotels in PVR and the AC didn't work so well. The room was as modern as any luxury hotel that you would find in the US.The pool area and beach area had plenty of lounge chairs. The Cabanas were very reasonable compared to some of the Vegas resorts. There was wifi everywhere which I rarely used but nice to know it was available. The swim up bar had bartenders like Rogelio who is so fast, the occasional bar jambs disappear in minutes. They all speak english and can pretty much make any vacation drink you want. Beer and various alcoholic staples are available here as well. We tried a little of everything and experienced no issues that have been reported in other Mexican resort towns. The pool area has a true resort feel to it. There's no all day DJ, bikini stuffing contests or spring break antics to worry about here. There is continuous music playing in the area but it's truly low key and changes tempo throughout the day. It has a very romantic feel for couples but also very family oriented.A new spa/private pool area opened above the buffet restaurant that they were letting people in for free for few days to try it out while we were there. I think access is included for the 8th and 9th floor rooms and low charge for anyone else. The cabanas there are what you would expect at Ceasars or the Venetian in Vegas. There are lounge chairs, TV's, ceiling fans, etc. There are two pools and two hot tubs. Definitely worth checking out. Double check on accessibility. It’s not that big of an area and will probably fill up quick in the morning once the word gets out.The food is probably the best we've tasted in any PVR resort hotel. The Hostess named Coral will help you find a table pretty much wherever you want. Marvin, Victor and Rafael are some of the hardest working waiters that we had the pleasure of meeting during the week we were there. They really go out of their way to make sure you have bottomless drinks and can point you to your favorite food. You will see all four working at different restaurants at the resort and they will remember you. Not to bash Vegas (we are from there), but you have to be a high roller to get that kind of hospitality.On Friday afternoon, the hotel staff comes out and dances for you around the pool. It’s their way of showing you how much they appreciate you as a customer. Friday night is the Mexican Fiesta night. They put on a very good production with excellent music, singers and traditional costumes. There were plenty of tables for everyone and again the food was excellent.This is the first review that we've ever written so hopefully you will find it useful.
My wife and I just returned from a week at the Fiesta Americana, and we agree it was the BEST All Inclusive we've stayed at. Everyone on the staff spared no effort to ensure our visit was wonderful from start to finish.The Hotel offers excellent dining, from the Buffet, which changed several dishes every day, with Special thanks to Erik, as well as Luis Aguilar. The Mexican Restaurant, where we were treated to excellent food prepared by Chef Cesar, and Flaming Irish Coffee by the Amazing Armando. Rosato, the Italian Restaurant excels in every aspect of service and food. The Asian Restaurant, Tian Ting? served everything with flair, and if you're a Pad Thai fan, be sure to order some. Also, while there, we recommend you ask Irving for the fiery ice cream.Our room 505, was great, the main pool as well as the Adults Only Roof top Infinity Pool were excellent. Everything and everyone at the Hotel worked endlessly to ensure we were satisfied, and they succeeded.We are looking forward to going back next year and hear the greeting from the concierge..."Welcome Home"
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- 291 rooms
- Non-smoking rooms available
- Restaurants including: buffet, a la carte dining, International and Mexican cuisine
- 24 hour room service
- 3 bars including Pool bar
- Lounge chair and beach towel service
- Shopping on-site
- Volleyball and basketball
- Fitness facilities
- Safety deposit boxes at front desk
- WiFi (fee)
- Laundry service (fee)
- Medical services (fee)
- Tennis courts
Hotel Rooms include:
- 1 king or 2 doubles
- Satellite TV
- Internet access
- In-room safe
- Mini-bar (fee)
- Full bathroom
- Private balcony
- Max occupancy 3 persons
Kids Deal - Kids 2-5 stay, play & eat FREE! Kids 6-12 pay a special price.
For the Kids - Kids Club for ages 4-12.
Resort Location Map
Fiesta Americana Puerto VallartaPuerto Vallarta,Mexico
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Blvd Francisco Medina Ascencio Km 2.5, Puerto Vallarta 48300 Mexico
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