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Casa Amorita is an intimate Inn located in the heart of Puerto Vallarta on the west coast of Mexico. It is just three blocks from the ocean on a quaint, cobblestone street just behind the majestic Cathedral de Guadalupe. Casa Amorita has a panoramic view of the fourth biggest natural bay in the world... and the Sierra Madre Mountains.
A Pool with a View!
Casa Amorita has the best view of the cathedral in all of Puerto Vallarta. Along the entire front of the property is a cobalt blue, venetian tile pool that goes right into the living room. There is a bar on the roof, a bar in the house, and a swim-up bar in the pool.There are ocean views from every room, skylights, sun decks, terraces, and if you are lucky you can see whales in the ocean when you are relaxing in your room. There is a garden with a bird sanctuary, a fountain, bamboo trees, and plenty of places to hide.
Congratulations to Casa Amorita for being chosen One of the 10 Best Bed and Breakfasts in all of Mexico and the Caribbean by Trip Advisor!
Beautiful Gardens Casa Amorita was designed by local architect, Alejandro Alberto Munoz Plancenia, and hand built by Mexican craftsmen. Decorated in a combination of Mexican, Moorish, Aztec, and Spanish styles accented with ceramics and hand painted tiles. All of the furniture was custom designed by the owner and handcrafted by artisans from Guadalajara. Casa Amorita has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, two fireplaces, sun decks, a roof top terrace, a tropical garden with fountain, and a solarium. Each room has a private balcony, its own bathroom and an area for in-room dining.
Enjoy a Delicious Breakfast Each Morning
Tropical Garden with Fountain uerto Vallarta...
The best part about Casa Amorita is that is in Puerto Vallarta. The energy there is great. Sun all the time. Blue water everywhere. Mountains that tumble to the ocean. Church bells ringing, roosters crowing, and music in the air all the time. Not to mention an incredible ocean sunset every single night. After dark, you can enjoy fireworks launched nightly from an old pirate ship in the bay.
But the real hook is the people of Vallarta. They are in the groove. Everything is "easy go" all the time. It only takes a few minutes to know you are in another world and what matters is feeling good and having a good time.
Another Quiet Place to Relax Mexican Riviera...
Casa Amorita is located just a short walk to the many cafes and art galleries that give Puerto Vallarta the distinction of being referred to as the Mexican Riviera. The tiny cobblestoned town is intensely colorful with red tile roofs and flowers spilling over balconies and terraces.
If you are in the mood for some excitement, you can power sail, ride horses in the jungle, go deep sea fishing, scuba dive, snorkel, go hot air balooning, mountain biking, or sail to one of the small Polynesian-style villages, which are only accessible by water. Day trips can include a sail to the Marieta Islands for snorkeling and diving, or whale watching from December to May.
If a more relaxing day is your choice, take a walk to the Island on the River Cuale and have lunch at your choice of restaurants or jazz clubs. After lunch, you can stroll to one of the area's countless beaches or shops and boutiques.
Life is short...so come and hide out at Casa Amorita. Bring your friends and their friends.
"I absolutely, whole-heartedly recommend this lovely B&B to any traveler visiting Puerto Vallarta. It is nestled in the crooked and picturesque cobblestone streets of old PV. It is easy walking distance to the beach, shops, cafes, and sites. The views are gorgeous--especially from the pool and rooftop patio. When I stayed there, my friend and I were the only guests and were really treated like family. Rita is amazing--she is friendly and knowledgeable. She gave us some very good restaurant ideas. The area surrounding Casa Amorita is safe and fairly quiet. I was able to sleep with the windows open every night. The only sounds that may be of issue would be from the cathedral located a couple streets away. I actually found the clocktower chimes (gongs?) to be charming, but it's all a matter of taste. I have been thinking about that place a lot lately and may just have to book myself another quiet getaway - I need to recharge my batteries!" Trip Advisor Member, April 2009
"My wife and I stayed at Casa Amorita during our honeymoon. We received fantastic service from Rita and her staff. Our room was very comfortable, with a large comfortable bed, air conditioning, sattelite TV, and a private balcony. The decor was also very tasteful. We enjoyed the close proximity to good restaurants and shopping, and Rita gave us helpful recommendations for dining and entertainment." Trip Advisor Member, September 2009
"From the moment I arrived, Rita and her staff made me feel as if I had found my home away from home. After presenting me with a cold cloth to refresh from my travels, Rita pointed out various points of interest on a map of Puerto Vallarta. During my stay, Rita was always there to recommend and book reservations for everything from dining to tours. As I was traveling solo, she even invited me to hear friends of hers, Beverly and Willow, performing jazz. Casa Amorita is in a great location, steps away from the Malecon(walkway along the ocean) and a nice 15 to 20 minute walk or inexpensive cab ride to everything else; including the beach. The breakfasts at Casa Amorita were delicious and the sunset views from the rooftop terrace were amazing. This B&B is worth every peso! Trip Advisor Member, November 2009
"Wow, wow, wow. Staying at Casa Amorita was such an amazing and wonderful experience from start to finish. Rita (the owner) was on top of everything and made reserving a room and finding the house once we arrived so easy. The place is absolutely beautiful. It was super clean and the decor was really nice. Our room and patio were perfect and the bathroom was nice as well. There was a water pressure problem one day that was resolved quickly and we barely noticed. Still, the best parts of Casa Amorita were the amazing breakfasts and the great staff. Every morning Rita and her staff cooked us such a wonderful and large breakfast that we didn't need to eat lunch during our entire stay. On top of that, Rita did a wonderful job of recommending restaurants and activities that made our days and nights so much fun. PV is a great place to go and Casa Amorita is right in the middle of everything, making it easy to get around. We hope to make it back some day soon. We will never forget our stay!" Trip Advisor Member, January 2010