Casa Maria Hotel Boutique is a vibrant quiet hotel in the Zona Romántica Puerto Vallarta. The hotel had a vibrant and quiet atmosphere, and I loved the positive messages painted on the walls and stairs. The check-in experience was smooth, and they gave me a lock so I can put my name on it and lock it to the metal fence or door.
The hotel’s location was perfect, just a three-minute walk to the beach. There were plenty of great restaurants nearby, including vegetarian options, and a fantastic spa just a couple of doors down.
My room was beautifully decorated with traditional and modern Mexican art, and the beds were incredibly comfortable. They even provided beach towels and robes which was a nice touch. I initially had a room that overlooked the office, but I asked to be moved to a room with a better view. The staff was very accommodating and moved me to the top floor with a balcony overlooking the pool. Although I was hesitant to move due to the potential weak Wi-Fi, the room overlooking the office had very strong Wi-Fi.
The second room’s Wi-Fi was a little weaker, but still good enough for my needs. However, they could use a repeater next to the pool to improve the Wi-Fi signal for the rooms furthest away from the office where the router is located. My room overlooked the courtyard off the street, and it was quiet at night, and I could even see the ocean from the balcony. The rooms had great AC and were very cute.
The pool was also very cute, with an outdoor bar for drinks and hanging out. The coffee and banana bread every morning at the bar were delicious and a great way to start the day.
Overall, my stay at Casa Maria Hotel Boutique was delightful, and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a vibrant yet peaceful hotel in Puerto Vallarta.
Author: Blaz Gallegos
Casa Maria Hotel Boutique
Francisca Rodríguez 169, Zona Romántica, Emiliano Zapata, 48380 Puerto Vallarta, Jal., Mexico
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