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Travelzoo: 4-Night Stay for 2 at Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Sheraton Resort Escape EXPIRED

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Travelzoo is offering 4-Night Stay for 2 at Puerto Vallarta Oceanview Escape Sheraton Buganvilias Resort/Convention Center (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico) on sale for $565 when you book this trip via the promotional link. Must travel from April 24 through December 19, 2022.

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Note, be sure to select the '4 Nt. Stay with Breakfast, April 24-Dec 19' option at checkout; additional options are available at different price range

Package Includes
  • 4-Night Stay for 2 in a Deluxe Ocean View Room
    • Travel April 2 through December 19, 2022
    • Add extra nights to your stay from $145
  • Travelzoo Member Perks [Free to Join]
    • Daily Breakfast for two
    • 20% Off food and beverages
    • 15% Off clothing purchases at the hotel store

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  • Escape the cold and soak up the sun along Banderas Bay at this beachfront resort, with this deal that includes peak winter-spring travel dates and savings of 26.05% Off from the original listed price of $764
  • Flights are not included in this deal; guests have the choice of picking up a previously arranged rental car at the airport, taking a taxi or reserving a private driver
  • Entry restrictions may be in place for this destination, and services at the hotel may be disrupted due to the pandemic; check advisories for the destination and hotel before making travel arrangements
  • Secure the deal now and choose your travel dates when you're ready. Or, get a 100% refund if you don't go
  • Offer valid while promotion/booking last
Additional Notes
  • Please visit the promotional page for full terms/conditions (ex; How to Book/Cancellation Policy/Occupancy Rules/Additional Hotel Specific Charges/Other Hotel Policies)
  • Please refer to the forum thread for additional details - Discombobulated
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4-stars beachfront property, the Sheraton Buganvilias Resort & Convention Center via Travelzoo have a 4-night stay for 2 people in a deluxe oceanview room for $565 during April thru December, 2022. Travelzoo members (free to join) will also enjoy daily breakfast for 2, 20% off food & beverages and 15% off clothing purchases at the hotel store.

Travelzoo Deal [travelzoo.com]
$565 … April 24 - Dec. 19, 2022
$665 … Jan. 6 - April 23, 2022
Add extra nights to your stay from $145
Blackout Dates: Jan. 27-29; Feb. 8-12, 18-20, 23-25; April 10-16


How to book: Purchase this deal from Travelzoo, then follow the instructions on the voucher to make a reservation for your desired travel dates. To check availability or for general questions, please call +52 322 22 604 04 or email reservas@sheratonvallarta.com.mx. Guests can combine multiple vouchers for longer stays, subject to restrictions. The number of rooms available at this discounted rate is limited and dates may sell out; we highly recommend booking early to get your desired dates. Restaurant and/or spa reservations are subject to availability; please call the hotel ahead of your visit to confirm availability. Any unused Promotional Value will be forfeited upon checkout. Voucher(s) must be used in 1 visit.


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I stayed here and it was ok I wouldn't recommend it. It's not all inclusive. They entered our room without telling us to restock the mini fridge after we checked in. The only good thing is it's not too far from the malecon. Other side of the street is kinda scetchy. They charge for covid tests, and have limited availability.
Hmmmm... sounds like you have never been to Puerto Vallarta. I've been there a number of times and felt very safe each time. Granted, don't go looking for trouble and stay on the tourist paths. Last time I was there was 4 years ago. In the past 2 years, I've been to Cancun 2x and felt safe there as well. When I say safe, I mean that I don't feel that my wife or now 10 y/o daughter were in any jeopardy. Comparing the 2, we were more sure of the safety in Puerto Vallarta than Cancun.

Both of these locations are tourist hot spots which brings money to the area... so it's beneficial to the town/gov to protect visitors. If they don't, they would lose their income.

When in Puerto Vallarta, we hit the market and walked around the town. The church was really nice too. We even met younger adults (20s) that went into the town and did the night bar scenes without issues.
Wow What a coincidence. I finished watching Tiger King season 2 last night and saw that Jeff Lowe was going to Puerto Vallarta with his wife on instagram after. I wonder if they used this deal? They said they were "going to South America" so they're so stupid they dont know Mexico is a part of North America lol.

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Wow What a coincidence. I finished watching Tiger King season 2 last night and saw that Jeff Lowe was going to Puerto Vallarta with his wife on instagram after. I wonder if they used this deal? They said they were "going to South America" so they're so stupid they dont know Mexico is a part of North America lol.
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Anyone know if you can get marriott bonvoy nights credits using travel zoo?
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I stayed here and it was ok I wouldn't recommend it. It's not all inclusive. They entered our room without telling us to restock the mini fridge after we checked in. The only good thing is it's not too far from the malecon. Other side of the street is kinda scetchy. They charge for covid tests, and have limited availability.
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Thank goodness its just a few school shootings here and not 30k homicide a year like in Mexico. Hey, if you're lucky, you might get to spot several corpses hanging from bridges during your transport from the airport across the few security checkpoint manned by police with machine guns. But anything for a great deal!!!
Hmmmm... sounds like you have never been to Puerto Vallarta. I've been there a number of times and felt very safe each time. Granted, don't go looking for trouble and stay on the tourist paths. Last time I was there was 4 years ago. In the past 2 years, I've been to Cancun 2x and felt safe there as well. When I say safe, I mean that I don't feel that my wife or now 10 y/o daughter were in any jeopardy. Comparing the 2, we were more sure of the safety in Puerto Vallarta than Cancun.

Both of these locations are tourist hot spots which brings money to the area... so it's beneficial to the town/gov to protect visitors. If they don't, they would lose their income.

When in Puerto Vallarta, we hit the market and walked around the town. The church was really nice too. We even met younger adults (20s) that went into the town and did the night bar scenes without issues.
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I stayed here and it was ok I wouldn't recommend it. It's not all inclusive. They entered our room without telling us to restock the mini fridge after we checked in. The only good thing is it's not too far from the malecon. Other side of the street is kinda scetchy. They charge for covid tests, and have limited availability.
All inclusive is like eating at Marie Calandars every day. You go to Mexico and eat all inclusive and miss all the outstanding authentic food, and PV is loaded with authentic food. This hotel in very nice, old, but well very kept. Excellent pool and gym
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Hmmmm... sounds like you have never been to Puerto Vallarta. I've been there a number of times and felt very safe each time. Granted, don't go looking for trouble and stay on the tourist paths. Last time I was there was 4 years ago. In the past 2 years, I've been to Cancun 2x and felt safe there as well. When I say safe, I mean that I don't feel that my wife or now 10 y/o daughter were in any jeopardy. Comparing the 2, we were more sure of the safety in Puerto Vallarta than Cancun.

Both of these locations are tourist hot spots which brings money to the area... so it's beneficial to the town/gov to protect visitors. If they don't, they would lose their income.

When in Puerto Vallarta, we hit the market and walked around the town. The church was really nice too. We even met younger adults (20s) that went into the town and did the night bar scenes without issues.
Used to own a timeshare there 30 years ago, would always rent a bug and drive all over the place..... never a problem although we got stopped by policia driving back into town, we were nervous because we had open corona's while driving, no problem they were checking for drugs..... took boatride to where they filmed Night of Iguana.... Great memories of our stays there....
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I've been to PV many, many times. It's *mostly* safe. PV is in Jalisco. Just north is Sinaloa, where lots of bad things happen. PV is pretty safe.
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Anyone know if you can get marriott bonvoy nights credits using travel zoo?
Categorically, no OTA will ever earn you anything for any hotel rewards program, and you will receive no status benefits whatsoever except what is in the rate negotiated by the OTA (which is typically nothing).

TravelZoo is the finest OTA that exists for deals, but fundamentally it's still an OTA.
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I lived on this specific resort for 6 months during the pandemic last year while working remote. Really nice facility, all rooms have am ocean view, amazing sunsets, and walkable to the boardwalk (most big resorts you'd have to taxi). Only downside is the beach isnt the best section but you can walk 5 mins to some nicer beach spots.
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I put in three dates at Marriott.com and all were the same or less than this price for 4 nights. I've stayed here before. Massive breakfast buffet. Nice pool with swim up bar. Beach not great. Great location walking distance to Malecon.
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