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
They were all so helpful. We needed a replacement electric scooter as the airline wouldn’t ship our battery when we got on the plane. Evelyn, the concierge, and Guadalupe, the bellman, assisted us in getting a replacement scooter.
by Connie B
Almost every area of the resort is under construction. No advance notice and when speaking to the management all you get is a big “I’m sorry“ and a smile and no results!
The lap pool was closed along with the spa and the workout areas
When walking through the resort you need to walk around orange cones and construction vehicles
However the worst part is the management saying come back tomorrow and we’ll talk about it
We returned Time after time to speak to the next person. Spent a great deal of time waiting with no results
Not the way you would want to spend your vacation