Hotel Krystal Puerto Vallarta.Everything you could need or want is here.
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The Krystal Puerto Vallarta has a central beachfront location with sweeping views of both the mountains and the entire bay of Puerto Vallarta.
Located close to the two newest shopping centers and only five minutes from the historical old town, the property is perfectly situated.
Choose all-inclusive or European Plan.
Getting here by car:
The hotel is connected to the rest of the Mexican Territory through the Guadalajara-Compostela-Vallarta Highway and the road Guadalajara-Autlan-Vallarta. With several bus routes covering the distance on a daily basis, the estimated time of the journey is 10 to 12 hours from Mexico City. Puerto Vallarta is approximately 4 hours southeast of Guadalajara and 4 hours north of Manzanillo. When entering Puerto Vallarta from the North, follow the main road past the International Airport and pass the Cruise Ship Terminal on the right, with the large shopping center, Plaza Galerias, on the left. At this point, make sure to be in the lateral side lanes, as the entrance to the Krystal Puerto Vallarta will be two street lights ahead, on the right.
When entering Puerto Vallarta from the South, either the main road through town, or the Bypass road that goes around the historical El Centro, will bring drivers to the same main road that continues north to Nuevo Vallarta, Punta de Mita, and then on to Guadalajara or Tepic. After going through, or around, the downtown area, follow this road north past the shopping center, Plaza Caracol, on the right. At this point, make sure you are in the center, main driving lanes, as three street lights ahead will be the entrance to the Krystal Puerto Vallarta.
You can dine in a seaside restaurant with an amazing view of Banderas Bay, in a tranquil setting near the Aqueduct, in a peaceful garden, or even in a seaside snack shack!
Of course, there’s always 24-hour room service to provide the ultimate privacy and convenience.
Enjoy the option of choice as you can dine at any of four restaurants, lounge at two bars, or even dine out with the unique Dine Around Program! :
The heart of the Aqueduct area provides a beautiful and peaceful setting where you will enjoy a taste of Japanese elegance including sushi, tepanyaki, and other great chef creations
In the Cinque Terre dine with a romantic atmosphere, candlelight and music
In Las Velas amazing view of Banderas Bay at this seaside restaurant. Here, in an unbelievably relaxing atmosphere, diners enjoy the very best seafood and International cuisine
In the Crazy Crab Take a quick break from the pool or beach to enjoy fresh sandwiches, hamburgers, snacks, and frosty cold drinks at this seaside snack bar.
|All inclusive plan|
|lodgings | buffet breakfast WOW | lunch either buffet or menu ||
specialty restaurant | dinner menu or buffet |
snacks by the pool |
drinks 11AM to 11PM
botteled water in your room
activities in the pool and beach areas
|All inclusive rates per person per night based upon occupancy in USD 2016 & pesos in pesos in 2017|
|December 18 16 to 25 16||2760||1950||1800||600|
|suplement: año nuevo dinner y show adult 1300 | jr 1250 | menor 500|
|dec 26 16 to jan 1 2017||2990||2250||2150||600|
|jan 2 to apr 6 2017||2002||1570||1480||600|
|apr 7 to July 6 17||1960||1530||1440||600|
|July 7 to Aug 12 17||2300||1770||1650||600|
|Aug 13 to Dec 20 17||1960||1530||1440||600|
|January 1 to 28 15||155||100||94||48|
|January 29 to March 28 15||165||110||105||48|
|March 29 to April 5 15||185||135||130||48|
|April 6 to June 28 15||155||100||94||48|
|June 29 to August 17 15||165||110||105||48|
|August 18 to December 22 15||155||100||94||48|
(0 to 6 free) : 7 to 12 years $600 per child per night
13 to 17 years $750 per child per night
add $300 new years and easter week
Aquaduct room is sized at 483 sq. feet and featuring a king bed or two double beds.
These peaceful and spacious rooms offer contemporary Mexican flavour and are surrounded by the lush gardens of the tranquil aqueduct section. From their terrace or balcony, guests can enjoy soothing sounds of a real aqueduct fountain flowing into the area’s pool.
Club rooms At 431 sq. feet with a king bed or two double beds, the Krystal Club Rooms feature a modern and elegant Mexican décor. These rooms offer refreshing comfort, a private balcony, marble floors, and Krystal Club amenities including complimentary Continental Breakfast and guaranteed WiFi. And ocean views.
The girl from the Krystal Hotel is providing a free diving lesson in the pool (included in your all inclusive vacation package from CancunSteve).
She has her thumb pointing downwards.
|Dates||Single or Double Occupancy||Third person in room|
|cheapest prices on the net for 2016 in usd and 2017 in pesos including tax lodgings only European Plan aquaduct room|
|upgrade to superior $22usd or to Club OV $40usd
room prices plus 19% tax
or 350 pesos including tax in 2017
|Dec 18 to 25 2016||$2105||$400|
|Dec 26 16 to jan 1 2017||$2750||$440|
|Jan 2 to apr 6 2017||$1760||$400|
|apr 7 to 22 2017||$1850||$440|
|apr 23 to July 6 2017||$1680||$400|
|Jul 7 to Aug 12 2017||$1800||$400|
|aug 13 to dec 20 2017||$1680||$400|
|Aug 15 to Dec 22 2016||$89||$36|
|Jan 29 - Mar 28 2015||$98||$35|
|Mar 29 - Apr 5 2015||$118||$35|
|Apr 6 - Jun 28 2015||$87||$35|
|Jun 29 - Aug 17 2015||$98||$35|
|Aug 18 - Dec 22 2015||$87||$35|
18 to Dec 20 2014
|breakfast continental in 2015||$13 add 16% tax|
|breakfast buffet 2015||$17 add 16% tax|
|lunch in 2015||$25 add 16% tax|
|dinner in 2015||$30 add 16% tax|
|breakfast continental in 2016||$13 add 16% tax|
|breakfast buffet 2016||$17 add 16% tax|
|lunch in 2016||$26 add 16% tax|
|dinner in 2016||$30 add 16% tax|
once upon a time long before the all-inclusive Krystal Vallarta, during the first part of the 19th century, at the mouth of the Cuale River (what river?) - at that moment, inhabited by crocodiles and spring breakers - there were practically no civilized human dwellers.
Between the rugged sierra, the ocean and the powerful Ameca River, this beautiful piece of Mexican geography remained isolated from the rest of the world.
The discovery of silver in the United States of America brought the price of silver down and old prosperity became affliction.
The miners from the mountain townships left their recently acquired trade to go back to agriculture.
They chose the fertile Ameca valley, so rich that it produced several corn harvests a year.
In March 1914, the first post office was opened but stamps lacked adhesive and wouldn't stick to the envelopes, and in September of the same year a telegraph was installed.
On May 31, 1918, by some decree, Las Perlas was granted the title of municipality, as well as a new name: Puerto Vallarta, in memory of the illustrious lawyer and Governor of Jalisco, Don Ignacio L. Vallarta.
In 1925 when the Montgomery Fruit Company purchased some 70,000 acres in nearby Ixtapa, Vallarta began to boom thanks to the surplus of available jobs at the newly-opened banana plantations (daylight come and me wanna go home).
They also built a railway to take the bananas from Ixtapa to El Salado estuary where they were loaded onto ships to carry them to the United States. Read more: http://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/history.php#ixzz4UQooZ4ix Under Creative Commons License: Attribution Non-Commercial Follow us: @puertovallarta2 on Twitter | puerto.vallarta.jalisco.mexico on Facebook Read more: http://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/history.php#ixzz4UQnIdS1w Under Creative Commons License: Attribution Non-Commercial Follow us: @puertovallarta2 on Twitter | puerto.vallarta.jalisco.mexico on Facebook
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