Now Amber Review
337 family reviews
Families will love:
- All-inclusive resort with six onsite restaurants
- Beachfront location and three swimming pools
- Kids' club for children ages 3 to 12
About Now Amber
The newest addition to the Now collection of all-inclusive resorts, Now Amber Puerto Vallarta opened in 2012, debuting 331 luxury accommodations, six restaurants and three swimming pools on its Pacific Ocean beachfront location. The new resort is connected to Secrets Vallarta Bay, an adults only, all-inclusive resort, which makes Now Amber a great destination hotel for multigenerational vacations; mom, dad and the kids can stay at Now Amber, and grandparents who want to spend time with the family, as well as have a quiet, kid-free place to go, can stay at Secrets.
The all-suite resort provides stunning Pacific Ocean views, lush gardens and modern décor with marble and wood floors. Rooms in the resort's twin towers feature furnished balconies to watch the setting sun over the ocean, with ground floor accommodations featuring private plunge pools. Now Amber provides luxury in a relaxing setting, taking all the stress out of traveling by providing various amenities, activities and culinary adventures. The resort's "no reservations" policy is a nice break from other all-inclusive resorts that provide multiple dining options that book up too quickly. At Now Amber, walk-ins are the norm and welcome. There are also ample lounge chairs located poolside and on the beach, as well as umbrellas and rafts, so you won't need to run out at breakfast to reserve a seat with a towel; you'll always find a spot. Enjoy the slower pace and no-worry atmosphere of Now Amber, and take advantage of the supervised kids' programs to enjoy a little romance while on vacation.
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