Located in the south side neighbourhood of the Zona Romantica and overlooking Los Muertos Beach. Enjoy the incredible views of famous Banderas Bay and sunsets from the private terrace. A five minute walk from the front security gates takes you directly to the popular, Los Muertos Beach and oceanfront bars and restaurants.
Freshly updated one bed condo in quiet and charming building in Spanish colonial style with red tile roof, lush tropical gardens and pool.
Towels and bedding
Various spices and kitchen condiments
Patio chairs and lounging chairs
1 televisions hooked up with Roku for TV streaming
High speed wireless internet (wifi)
Condo has a large King size bedrooms and a large open living room with a beautiful view of ocean. and city view.
The neighborhood is easy to access however it is a few minutes walk to the south part of Old Town. This removes you a bit from the bustle of downtown but with the advantage of being right there. And the views are so spectacular from this neighborhood. There is a wonderful mix of locals and tourists here and you get a better feel for being in Mexico than in a more exclusive area such as an all inclusive resort.
When you are not in the condo, you'll find town and beach just moments away - and on foot. Check out our location on the map and you'll find that the famous Los Muertos Beach, the brand new Pier, seaside restaurants and the world famous Malecon is easily with walking distance.
A car is not needed here as you can walk to the entire downtown and beach. The condo is located on the side of a hill which is what gives those fabulous views, and though it's only a 5 minute walk to town or beach, you will get a bit of a cardio workout. Anytime you don't feel like walking, however, taxis are literally everywhere and from anywhere in downtown, it's less than $5 to the condo. If you choose to rent a car, the building has private, on-site parking and the access is easy.
About 50 yards from the building's main entrance is a bus stop. For about 50 US cents, you can take a bus down to the Botanical Gardens, Mismaloya (made famous by the filming of Night of the Iguana and by Liz Taylor and Richard Burton's torrid Puerto Vallarta affair) and to Boca de Tomatlan, where you catch the water taxis to the secluded, bohemian beach village of Yelapa.