2745 sq. ft. penthouse overlooking El Tigre Golf Course and Sierre Madre mountains. Private community with pool and a short 10 minute walk to the beach! Enjoy a quiet and serene space and still have access to all that Nuevo Vallarta has to offer.
Accès des voyageurs
Travelers can access the pools free of charge. It is 20 USD per person for the social membership (It is optional but arrange beforehand with us!). This includes the use of the gym, 3 spas, 10 percent discount in all of Paradise Village restaurants, 50 percent off the green fees at El Tigre Golf Course and a free shuttle ride to the market, bank, and the Beach Club beach access which is Playa Royale which includes towel card.
The top section of the apartment is not wheelchair accessible however there are 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms downstairs alongside the kitchen/living room area and an outside terrace off of the living room that are all accessible. Additionally there is an elevator for the building in order to access the apartment.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We'll be in Canada during your stay but are available via email and phone and also have an onsite manager named Mayra who will be able to assist with any requests.
There are 3 Queen beds and 1 King size bed. In addition to this the sofas convert to 2 single beds as well, so we can accommodate 10 but 8 would be ideal for everyone to have a full bedroom area.
After booking I will be contacting you for information (scans/fax of photo ID) in order to issue you gate passes to the property. It is a gated resort community with high security and these are required for access which means last-minute bookings are a bit difficult for us!
Please treat our home as if it were your own and try not to have excessive noise after 10pm as we do have young families for neighbors. Please note that check in is strictly at 4pm and checkout is at 11am, this allows the cleaning schedule to be consistent. Thank you!
I'm from the Philippines and my husband is from Manchester, England but we alternate living in BC, Canada and Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico throughout the year. We met when we both worked on cruise ships and have both traveled extensively throughout our lives and lived in various countries including Yokohama, Japan at one point! I love cooking and specialise in various pan-Asian dishes but am most proud of my Christmas turkey dinner, because I learned it from our friends we'd made when we moved to Canada. Food is very important to me and I love learning new dishes local to the areas we've traveled to. I'm also a keen gardener, I'd like to get some proper time in to do the gardens on our patios in Mexico, but I do worry about the plants in each country when I'm not there. My husband loves to tinker with anything with an engine, he always has a project (or several projects) on the go. Currently it's a decrepit speed boat that has definitely seen no water, with the exception of rain, for the last year. Not to worry, that is parked outside the house in Canada, not Mexico. I have 2 grown-up daughters who have moved out and are building their own lives. I do miss them but luckily there is technology for reaching them when they are far away (although I struggle a bit with it!) and the youngest one in Canada is constantly popping by to steal food out of the fridge. They help with the listings management because I'm frankly terrible with technology. I took a computer course (I think it was the late 90's) and the teacher had to leave the room to laugh when I looked for the mouse on the floor.