We first visited Puerto Vallarta years ago with a few friends on a Mexican Riviera cruise and thoroughly enjoyed our day in port. Since then, we’ve vowed to return again for a longer period, but we plan on returning alone — just my honey and me.
Relax – Rejuvenate – Renew – Romance
I imagine us relaxing on the beach, sleeping in luxurious resorts, strolling the cobblestone streets, photographing the colonial architecture, touring the local sites, shopping in the local markets and dining by candlelight on local cuisine. It’s the perfect place to go as a couple for a romantic getaway to quietly spend time together in paradise.
Puerto Vallarta has a long history and reputation of being romantic and glamourous.
In the 1960’s, the movie The Night of the Iguana was shot in Puerto Vallarta bringing worldwide attention to the previously unknown city. Richard Burton brought his future bride Elizabeth Taylor to the island where they declared their love for each other AND for the pretty island. They loved the island so much that they bought a home here and named it “Casa Kimberly”.
Romance and love continue today; Casa Kimberly is a nine-suite boutique hotel where they have an “Elizabeth Taylor Suite” complete with pink heart-shaped marble bathtub and Swarovski crystal chandelier, and the restaurant is named “The Night of the Iguana.”
A trip to Puerto Vallarta is not just a journey for sun, sand and sights — it’s for so much more.
Want to learn more about romantic Puerto Vallarta?
Join us Tuesday, August 23rd at 9:30 PM ET as #WeVisitVallarta in a Twitter party and learn as we talk all about Romance in Puerto Vallarta. Some fantastic prizes will be given away during the party! Open to US & Canadian residents!
– Four beach bag prize packs (Approx. retail value $100USD each)
– 1 Grand Prize of a 3-night/ 4-day stay for two people at one of Puerto Vallarta’s gorgeous resorts, including air from major US/Canada Destinations.
I look forward to seeing you there!
*Disclosure: I am participating in a sponsored campaign hosted by Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board, and I received compensation for this post. However, all opinions expressed are my own.