We returned to Casa Velas for the 2nd year in a row & we were even more happy with our stay this time! It s the most quiet & peaceful resort we have ever stayed at. If you are looking for a relaxing getaway, this is the place to go! The grounds & accommodations are beautiful & the staff could not be more helpful and pleasant! We will be back at Casa Velas again!
Amazing service and wonderful amenities.
Casa Velas is another facet of the Velas Resorts in Puerto Vallarta. This one is definitely more couples and adults only. Amazing gardens and water features. There is no other resort that features outstanding service at all levels like they do at Casa Velas! Every single food option is well thought out and provides for a variety of tastes. You need to remember to let them serve you! It is in believable the way that they provide thoughtful service to meet everyone of your needs!
Stroll Puerto Vallarta's Iconic Boardwalk, El Malecon
El Malecon is one of the most beautiful stretches in Mexico and the most iconic in Puerto Vallarta. This famous mile-long oceanfront boardwalk follows the beach and runs along the main street in downtown Puerto Vallarta. El Malecon begins at Hotel Rosita and ends at a beautiful open-air theater, Los Arcos Amphitheater. This beach pavilion is the most popular attraction in Puerto Vallarta, perfect for strolling and sightseeing, art, culture, shopping and dining, all just 20 minutes from our hotel.
In addition to the churches, museums, and historical landmarks that line El Malecon, the esplanade is best known among tourists for its iconic street art and sculptures. Featuring nine sculptures along the promenade, each crafted by locals and Mexican artists, popular sites include “The Rotunda of The Sea,” the “Vallarta Dancers,” and “The Seahorse,” which is a ten-foot tall symbol of the city and surrounded by colorful “Puerto Vallarta” signage art.
While the pedestrian-only esplanade is perfect for strolling and ocean views, the 12-block area is home to a few Puerto Vallarta landmarks including the El Faro Lighthouse, the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Los Arcos, and the Naval History Museum. Along the way you’ll also find a few art galleries and street-performing staples.