Mexico 14 Nights in Puerto Vallarta for 2 adults including hotel and flights - just £418.77 per person with code NEW15 @ Thomson / Lastminute.com - HotUKDeals
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Came across this late deal on offonhols.com to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Based on 2 persons travelling, you can stay in the Hotel Belmar Galeria in the Romantic Zone of Puerto Vallarta. Scoring 4/5 on TripAdvisor, this hotel has some really nice reviews and in particular reviewers pick out the cleanliness of the accommodation, the friendliness of the staff and the location for special mention.

With a stay at Hotel Belmar Galeria, you'll be centrally located in Puerto Vallarta, steps from Museum Rio Cuale and minutes from Galeria Olinala. This hotel is within close proximity of La Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe and Plaza Principal.

Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
Museum Rio Cuale - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi
Galeria Olinala - 0.2 km / 0.1 mi
La Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe - 0.4 km / 0.2 mi
Plaza Principal - 0.4 km / 0.3 mi
Plaza de las Armas - 0.4 km / 0.3 mi
La Presidencia - 0.4 km / 0.3 mi
Los Arcos Amphitheater - 0.5 km / 0.3 mi
Caballito - 0.6 km / 0.4 mi

Total cost for the hotel with lastminute.com is £273.58 after 15% discount applied by using code NEW15.

Flights are from Manchester with Thomson at a cost of £268.98 per person with the following details

MAN - PVR 09:15 on 15 January 2015
PVR - MAN 17:00 on 29 January 2015

You can get a taxi from the airport into the Romantic Zone for around $572.00 Pesos which is about £25.
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4 Likes #1
I went to Puerto Vallarta several years ago....beautiful place...weather was great during the day but from 4.30pm onwards we watched the storm clouds travel over the mountains and several minutes later torrential downpours, fork and I mean fork lightening all night until the next morning. This was in June...seems though dec, jan, feb best time to go weather wise and also for whale spotting. One thing no-one warned us about was the need for armed guards to accompany us on some of our tours due to the possible threat of kidnapping...I assume the drug cartels but no one specified. Given the worsening situation today with drugs I assume this may still be the case. We did however make it home in one piece. Pestered a lot by beggars who use their cute kids to tug at your heartstrings and on the beach by sellers selling lucky bag type toys for £5+. But if you can ignore these negatives it was the most beautiful place for wildlife....exotic birds, lizards, Dolphins, whales,and we saw an actual humming bird in the forest....tiny, exotic. The town houses the house Elizabeth Taylor and Richard burton lived in...two houses opposite each other with a connector for when they argued or made up. Temperature...like opening the oven door at Christmas...you stop sweating just when it's time to come home...beautiful clear waters, excellent.
#2
Also if you can...go all inclusive...save a fortune and food and drinks on tap...well worth it
#3
We've stayed in nearby Neuavo Vallarta and agree it's a beautiful place and the people are amazing.
#4
Stonking deal, we went to nearby Neuavo Vallarta 12 years ago and paid £900 each, it was all inclusive but this is still a great deal and the place is fantstic, best hoilday of my life!
#5
Good prices flights but for a reason. Who goes to Mexico in January....???
3 Likes #6
buckers8528
Good prices flights but for a reason. Who goes to Mexico in January....???

Ahh thats the pain with last minute deals in January. They are normally in January. So misleading they should rename their company lastminiute.com...oh wait a minute......they have :)
#7
Don't forget your bodyguard
9 Likes #8
buckers8528
Good prices flights but for a reason. Who goes to Mexico in January....???

10 hours of sunshine, average temp of 22c with barely any rainfall.

Absolute mystery to me.
#9
Make sure you've got ransom insurance..
#10
Gonna look into this
Went cancun during the world cup for 2 weeks
I loved it :)
3 Likes #11
NitrousUK
Make sure you've got ransom insurance..

Don't need it, my Dad's Bryan Mills.
1 Like #12
Went to Puerto Vallarta 15 years ago. It's number 1 on the list of places to go back to. Once kids are grown up enough to be left at home ;)

Also went on a tour into the rain forest and was accompanied by armed police. They said they were just tagging along to check on the local farmers. Then to remote beach for BBQ.

Went to pub called Andales most nights. Sat talking with a local bloke, who looked like he'd just stepped off the set of a Clint Eastwood Western.


Edited By: W1zz on Jan 07, 2015 18:02
banned#13
All those interested want to get killed in Mexico!!!!! Oooooh
1 Like #14
I went to Puerto Vallarta around 15 years ago, and although I am sure times have changed over there, it was a very good holiday. There was a few things that we were warned about which Kim9973 explained, all of which is true.

This is not to be compared too with other tourist places in Mexico as it is very much the old style Mexico, and is certainly not Americanised like Cancun. I didn't go fishing as its not my thing, but my friends recommended the Sea Bass and Tuna experience and if you have a good hotel they will cook up the fish for you. The dry riverbed buggy trials are also worth the day out, you get your own vehicle and the escort take you right up into the mountains where you can enjoy the delights from the local natives (trusted ones). The strip is ok during the night, but as we were warned it is expensive and can be dangerous we pretty much stayed in our hotel with was All inclusive. The weather as said is extreme, and to reiterate Kim's comments, the thunder storms are very extreme taking down power lines and trees, however they locals are use to this and it rarely stops them continuing with the day as normal including water sports etc.

All in all it was a great holiday, but as you only live once I wont be going back, not because of it being risky, but because I would sooner try somewhere else.

Rob
1 Like #15
I went to Mexico a couple of years ago in December, weather was hot and sunny, had no trouble what so ever, can't wait to go back, just wish I could take up this offer 8)
1 Like #16
great price. stayed in the royal Decameron hotel in Bucerias ( half hour away ) lovely place. done a flight in a small aircraft ( about 18 seater ) to two villages in the mountains one was called Mascota ( think that's how it was spelt ) flew over a volcano, landing on grass runways, meal in a real Mexican village café/restaurant, guide giving us all the history of the areas... AMAZING day, if they still do it and its affordable then its a must do..
1 Like #17
I did the Neuvo / Puerto vallarta thing a few years ago, fantastic it was, no one mentioned anything to be worried about and I never saw or heard of one hint of an incident when I was there. We went into Puerto a couple of nights from our all inc hotel in nuevo with no problem at all. One of my best holidays this was.

Suppose when you live in huyton you take any trouble in your daily routine anyway lol, all joking apart I'd recommend anyone who's got the chance to go, it safer than flying to Asia and the health situation is better than Africa and their health service is probably better than ours...

8)
1 Like #18
Okay great deal, but how do you get it at £418.77?
#19
Use this link for the flights http://m.flights.thomson.co.uk/thomson/en-GB/booking/select?step=Home&OneWayRoundTrip=RoundTrip&depDay=15&depMon=2015-01&retDay=29&retMon=2015-01&depAP=MAN&retAP=PVR&numAdults=2&numChildren=0&numInfants=0

You'll have to search for the hotel on lastminute.com as I can't find a way to deep link to the hotel. Don't forget to apply the discount code NEW15
#20
Is it from manchester airport only ??
#21
If I remember right I think Gatwick was available for a little bit more on the same dates, but don't hold me to that
#22
terminata4
All those interested want to get killed in Mexico!!!!! Oooooh
Oh pleeeeeeease, what's your point?
#24
There used to be issues with drugs cartels going back a few years ago but they realised they were actually hurting their profits because the tourists were afraid to come back, so all the issues were sorted with the cartels and no issues out there now I was there in October it was lovely.
banned#25
sporty30
There used to be issues with drugs cartels going back a few years ago but they realised they were actually hurting their profits because the tourists were afraid to come back, so all the issues were sorted with the cartels and no issues out there now I was there in October it was lovely.

nice disco dancing when a few heads are chucked onto the floor
banned#26
scm8jet blatently the new s.stacy
#27
If you are outside the hotel zone you are more at risk from crime. Read USA gov. advice. I would go all in on a package, less hassle. Prefer the Yucatan myself. Btw, nothing scary about Huyton. Moved away to be burgled three times in so called posher area.
#28
hammyhamster
If you are outside the hotel zone you are more at risk from crime. Read USA gov. advice. I would go all in on a package, less hassle. Prefer the Yucatan myself. Btw, nothing scary about Huyton. Moved away to be burgled three times in so called posher area.


you moved to Speke?
#29
They have bodysnatchers there. You'll get kidnapped, and your bodyparts will be sold ;-)
#30
Ha ha, not Speke! Helps to be aware that there is a higher crime rate in Mexico though away from the hotelzones . But no one would want my body parts so I am safe.
#31
sporty30
There used to be issues with drugs cartels going back a few years ago but they realised they were actually hurting their profits because the tourists were afraid to come back, so all the issues were sorted with the cartels and no issues out there now I was there in October it was lovely.

Used to be issues? As far as I can tell from information online there has been, and still is, a raging civil war. I don't think you can make blanket statements like "all the issues were sorted". These are cartels, not members of the UN.
Mass graves are still being found on a regular basis. Such as recently 40-50 students were abducted by police (for daring to protest), handed over to cartel, and burned in a mass grave.

Do you have any evidence the cartels all got together and came to this agreement?

Edited By: NitrousUK on Jan 08, 2015 13:12
#32
went to Mexico a few years ago, got in the local transport with about a dozen great burly blokes. Was a bit scared then and should have had the sense to wait for the next one.But no hassles. The locals will rip you off whenever they can but it's hot, scenic and probably less risky than Paris......

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