by Karon Warren
A five-star resort located on a 147-acre peninsula overlooking Banderas Bay, Paradise Village Beach Resort & Spa has much to offer families on vacation. There are two lagoon-style pools with waterfalls and crocodile-shaped slides, a semi-Olympic pool, two Jacuzzis, a golf course, water sports and tennis. Plus, there’s a daily schedule of activities for all ages, including specific children’s activities through the Kids Club. Of course, you can enjoy ATV tours, horseback riding, hiking tours, swimming with dolphins, scuba diving and more in close proximity to the hotel. Talk with the Tour Desk staff to book your excursions. Don’t forget the eight restaurants serving up a variety of cuisines for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Accommodations include junior suites and one-, two- and three-bedroom suites. All come with a fully equipped kitchenette, terrace, satellite TV, air conditioning, ceiling fan, electronic safe, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, purified water system and complimentary internet access.
Our Editor Loves
- Three swimming pools
- Complimentary internet access
- Kids' club
- All Inclusive Rates
- Horse Back Riding
- Water Parks
- Water Sports
- Children Programs
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Meal Plan
- Onsite Dining
We are members and stayed before but this was the first time in October.
I wouldn't go in Oct again.
Lots of constructions and didn't realize it was happening prior to booking our stay. Totally excited to use the Gym and Spa but the main one was closed/construction and going to the other Gym/spa via shuttle was no fun/very time consuming.
I was really disappointed how unfriendly staff are. Very few smiles or greetings through out the resort. Bar staff were great and motivated but not the rest.
We stayed in the Coba building and enjoyed being away from the loud pool. Marina view was great. The resort is very clean and are most favourite evening was when we figured out where the Italian Restaurant was onsite.
Wifi poor and weak which was disappointing.
We have stayed at many resort in Mexico and being we are members will be back at Paradise Village but none of us are really excited to return so that is a shame.
Both times we taxied into PV the price quote by Bellman and what Taxi charged were off by 50 pesos.. no point in asking the Bellman/or reading the set price chart.
Just spent a week at Paradise Village. The staff here is wonderful. Silvino was our waiter at the pool and he took care of us the whole time. Kept our drinks full and even checked in with us while we were in the pool. The activities hosts were so much fun each day. They got to know you and made each day at the pool fun, volleyball, basketball, they even got our group to do the morning workout a few times. Went parasailing and fishing at the marina, and had a massage on the property as well. The food at the pool is perfect for spending your day drinking and snacking. The resort restaurant and room service food gets old after a few nights, very basic buffet type food. The rooms are clean and neat, if you are expecting luxury you are looking at the wrong price point. The staff and employees make all the difference, perfect location for a laid back relaxing vacation. Many parts of the resort are under construction, the spa is closed but they make arrangements for services in separate resort room. The evening events were canceled because of the construction.