14 Nights Puerto Vallarta Mexico Late April - 2 people hotel inc breakfast + Rtn Flights Manchester 20kg luggage + Transfers £562.38pp @ Tui
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14 Nights Puerto Vallarta Mexico Late April - 2 people hotel inc breakfast + Rtn Flights Manchester 20kg luggage + Transfers £562.38pp @ Tui

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Refreshed 15th Apr (Posted 3rd Apr)
Late April getaway to Puerto Vallarta Mexico for 14 nights for 2 adults including hotel resort with breakfast, return flights from Manchester. Includes 20kg luggage allowance per adult, transfers, and 14 nights at Costa Sur Resort in an Oceanfront Studio with
sea view and balcony. Scores 4/5 on Tripadvisor. Average weather temp is a steady 30 degrees. Works out at £562.38 per person based on 2 adults.


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What's included

  • Direct Flights - 25th April to 9th May flying from Manchester with in-flight meal
  • 20kg luggage per adult
  • 14 Nights at Costa Sur Resort in an Oceanfront Studio with sea view and balcony and breakfast included
  • Coach transfers from the airport to your hotel on arrival, and from the hotel back to the airport when it’s time to leave

A lot of attention goes to the ocean views at the Costa Sur Resort Puerto Vallarta, which is fair enough considering you get them from the rooms, the pool and the restaurants. This place was one of the first to the Puerto Vallarta party. It’s built on a cliff overlooking a private beach with a man made lagoon. It’s a 10-minute bus ride to downtown – and there’s a stop just across the road. Every room has a big tick in the ocean view box here. This means you’ll get a front-row seat to Banderas Bay and its spectacular sunsets. They all come with handy kitchenettes, too.


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Dont forget the £50 per person charge for leaving the country, cash only!!!!!!
This wont affect this deal but Just for reference from 1st May Departure Tax is included on TUI holidays.Tui
It's a lovely area of Mexico but it really should be all inclusive.
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just breakfast? boooo
It's a lovely area of Mexico but it really should be all inclusive.
Have you booked this as i'm quite looking forward to a nice holiday
Good deal, was there last year and loved it. Breakfast sounds alright as u end up wantin to eat out anyway
Dont forget the £50 per person charge for leaving the country, cash only!!!!!!
The popo volcano recently popped, volcanic ash in the air...
jrw14 h, 8 m ago

It's a lovely area of Mexico but it really should be all inclusive.


Why?!!!!!
Tabintab11 h, 30 m ago

Dont forget the £50 per person charge for leaving the country, cash …Dont forget the £50 per person charge for leaving the country, cash only!!!!!!


I never got charged anythin to leave, wonder if its because i har connecting flights through the us.
stefw821 m ago

I never got charged anythin to leave, wonder if its because i har …I never got charged anythin to leave, wonder if its because i har connecting flights through the us.


Its only TUI flights that charge as they aren't on the ticket price. Its more like £65 now and cash only in MXN, USD or GBP.
GW6141 m ago

Why?!!!!!


Because for not much more there have been deals for all inc. In fact this is the first B&B deal I have ever seen in PVR.
This wont affect this deal but Just for reference from 1st May Departure Tax is included on TUI holidays.Tui
jrw1 h, 4 m ago

Because for not much more there have been deals for all inc. In fact this …Because for not much more there have been deals for all inc. In fact this is the first B&B deal I have ever seen in PVR.



I did have a look at all inclusive options for 14 nights on a few sites for a few other hotels but was coming out at a total of circa £1400/£1500 for two people and not the same hotel. There a few deals for around £1100/£1200 total all inclusive but are only 7 days which is probably a bit short for most people. Thanks
Chanchi326 m ago

I did have a look at all inclusive options for 14 nights on a few sites …I did have a look at all inclusive options for 14 nights on a few sites for a few other hotels but was coming out at a total of circa £1400/£1500 for two people and not the same hotel. There a few deals for around £1100/£1200 total all inclusive but are only 7 days which is probably a bit short for most people. Thanks


Agreed - depends on time of year etc.

I staying in the Riu Palace Pacifico last September - 5* two weeks all inc (premium drinks and 24hour) with the Premium cabin on plane both ways and that came out at £1200 each. Think it would have been around £900-950 each without the premium seats.....but after going there economy (Extra leg rooms seats) last Jan for a week I wouldn't go without premium now as its a long flight with some very annoying passengers!
It is a lovely place though. The Magic Towns tour (Pueblo Magico) is an excellent day out to see the real Mexico.
hosetailman14 m ago

This wont affect this deal but Just for reference from 1st May Departure …This wont affect this deal but Just for reference from 1st May Departure Tax is included on TUI holidays.Tui


Excellent - about time!
jrw17 h, 54 m ago

It's a lovely area of Mexico but it really should be all inclusive.


What, for a grand?
Not much more. No. It's the flights that are bulk of money for this area....see above.
jrw3 h, 29 m ago

Because for not much more there have been deals for all inc. In fact this …Because for not much more there have been deals for all inc. In fact this is the first B&B deal I have ever seen in PVR.


AI is not for me I'm afraid, all too tempting to stay in the hotel because you've paid for it and miss out on a lot of local culture and food that you don't get in the AI resorts.
GW6118 m ago

AI is not for me I'm afraid, all too tempting to stay in the hotel because …AI is not for me I'm afraid, all too tempting to stay in the hotel because you've paid for it and miss out on a lot of local culture and food that you don't get in the AI resorts.


I used to think that until I went on my first AI holiday last year....to PVR.....In reality it makes no difference to you going out and about.
jrw24 m ago

I used to think that until I went on my first AI holiday last year....to …I used to think that until I went on my first AI holiday last year....to PVR.....In reality it makes no difference to you going out and about.


Absolutely, but I doubt that very few people eat and drink outside the hotel, why pay twice
GW612 m ago

Absolutely, but I doubt that very few people eat and drink outside the …Absolutely, but I doubt that very few people eat and drink outside the hotel, why pay twice


It's not about paying twice. Pick the right hotel and you can eat and drink when you want so it doesn't mean you're tied to the hotel. We went out on trips, days out in the old town etc and once we'd filled up on breakfast it was just snacks and drinks we needed to buy so hardly paying twice.

On all the trips we did too, lunch and drinks were included.
I've heard Mexico's quite bad for kidnapping's, what's this area like?
GW616 h, 36 m ago

Why?!!!!!


Yeah aint dirt cheap to eat out in Mexico went many years ago went AI but if went back would definitely look at eating out only
Perhaps this is cheap for April, but normally when I go in early December I never pay more than £900 for 2 weeks all inclusive in a couple of 5 star top hotels.
This is a really good deal for me as I won't eat any buffet food now after being very ill from several in the past. Plus when you eat out you can pick a relaxing restaurant rather than the bun fight noisy Buffet experience.
Tabintab3rd Apr

Dont forget the £50 per person charge for leaving the country, cash …Dont forget the £50 per person charge for leaving the country, cash only!!!!!!


Not anymore ... tui pay it
dodgymix1 h, 4 m ago

Not anymore ... tui pay it


Only for holidays leaving the UK after May 1st.
Edited by: "hamodziatko" 15th Apr
Queeme4th Apr

I've heard Mexico's quite bad for kidnapping's, what's this area like?


Most of mexico is no more dangerous than most places. There are dodgy parts in the cities but there are in every city I’ve been to..
Puerto Vallarta is fine, most of the crime is along the US border and in the north because of the influx of weaponry from the US
Got a late deal like this last May, think we paid just over 1600 for the 4 of us. Stayed at the RUI Vallarta all inc. Kids still go on about the Strawberry Dacquaris (sin alcohol but do check before you hand it over) Got stung for the exit tax but no seats together on plane and we had the kids so we ended up in premium cabin. If you like a gamble you can get some cracking late deals with TUI. Only thing about this side of Mexico, the beaches aren't as nice as the Caribbean side but for this price who cares!
Edited by: "matth5182" 15th Apr
Rhi_Chadwick2 h, 47 m ago

Most of mexico is no more dangerous than most places. There are dodgy …Most of mexico is no more dangerous than most places. There are dodgy parts in the cities but there are in every city I’ve been to..Puerto Vallarta is fine, most of the crime is along the US border and in the north because of the influx of weaponry from the US



I really hate the "tourist" whitewashing of what's going on in Mexico.

"Most of mexico is no more dangerous than most places" Mexico has horrendous problems with and cartel violence with 5 of the 6 most violent cities in the world. Yes, it is true that the tourists are protected some degree - they bring in a lot of money after all (have you considered where that money goes?), but to act like their is no problem is insulting to the people who have to live with the corruption and violence daily. Lot's of people chose to vacation in areas with human rights issues but they mostly do so with their eyes open.
I met an American recently who travels into Mexico regularly for his work. We got talking about tourist safety in Mexico and he basically said its safe enough if you stay within the zona Hotelera but whenever he needs to go out and about he does so with a security detail, which he said ironically actually makes him far more of an interesting prospect for kidnapping etc
Isn't Puerto Vallarta full of Mexicans at this time of year?Just what a friend told me?
muckspreader121 h, 0 m ago

Isn't Puerto Vallarta full of Mexicans at this time of year?Just what a …Isn't Puerto Vallarta full of Mexicans at this time of year?Just what a friend told me?



That's fake news
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