Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa Welcomes Guests Back to a Reimagined Vacation Experience

Beloved Beachfront Resort Re-Opens

Mexico, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. June 18, 2020

Nestled along the pristine Banderas Bay with views of the Sierra Madre Mountains, the Marriott Puerto Vallarta reopens for summer June 17, inviting guests back to enjoy newly reimagined spaces and concepts, following a $20 million property-wide renovation that was completed just in time for 2020. The project's newest introductions, both open to guests, include an upgraded infinity pool (Puerto Vallarta's largest), and Nosh, a bi-level, open air eatery just steps from the sand that provide the ultimate getaway for those travelers seeking an escape to relax and revitalize.

While the expansive beachfront resort offers plenty of room to safely unwind, Marriott Puerto Vallarta will uphold the exacting elevated hygiene standards and rigorous cleaning protocols Marriott International has put in place with its Commitment to Clean, as well as take additional steps to ensure the safety and health of all guests and associates. The property continues to actively monitor and follow guidance from both the local government and global public health authorities, and will evolve solutions as needed. The health and safety of all guests and associates at Marriott Puerto Vallarta remains the top priority.

Guests are welcome to enjoy the majority of the resort, including restaurants and all outdoor amenities including the property's private stretch of beach along the glistening Pacific. The Kids Club and Splash Area are also open for families with young children, as is the resort's seasonal sea turtle release program, which, when nature permits, invites guests to learn and take part in the conservation of the region's Ridley Sea Turtle. If the ocean is calling, guests can rent out paddle boards and kayaks at the activity center. After a sun-soaked day, travelers can indulge in the flavors authentic to Puerto Vallarta by booking a private dining experience in the intimate herb garden, available to one party at a time, with the option to add a tequila tasting of the resort's own proprietary tequila, or opt for a world-inspired dinner with sommelier-selected wine pairings.

A short flight from a variety of U.S. cities, and located five minutes from Puerto Vallarta's International Airport and less than 10 minutes from downtown, Marriott Puerto Vallarta is an accessible oceanside retreat both rich in culture and relaxation. Travelers seeking a beach getaway can experience more and save when they book the Stay Longer offer. Guests who book three nights will save 25% or 30% when they stay four or more. To book, use promo code D3Q. The offer is available through September 30, 2020 and valid for travel through December 20, 2020. Restrictions and black out dates apply. Additionally, the resort fee has been waived for all travel through October. For more information, visit www.puertovallartamarriott.com.


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