Raintree's Club Regina Puerto Vallarta wraps elegance and tradition around relaxing ocean and marina views. Members and guests have access to all amenities that Club Regina Puerto Vallarta has to offer including an on-site restaurant and bar, beautiful accommodations and revitalizing swimming pools.
Club Regina Puerto Vallarta is located between the Sierra Madre Mountains and Banderas Bay. It is within walking distance of the marina. Its beaches and rich biodiversity draw tourists from around the globe. On the mountain side, you can experience adventures like Canopy and ATV tours. The Malecon, one of the most popular locations for tourists, is a flourishing art scene on the south side of Vallarta that is home to art galleries, restaurants and bars. Explore Puerto Vallarta and create lasting memories.
Club Regina Puerto Vallarta offers hotel, club suite, and grand suite rooms, which can sleep up to six guests. Our rooms include cedar furniture, marble floors, jetted tubs on the balconies, electronic safes large enough to hold a laptop, smoke detectors in each room, and brand-new GE kitchen appliances. Please note that use of the fitness center and spa has an additional fee.
Use of the gym (cardio & weigths) at the Westin Hotel is complimentary. Sauna and steam room facilities at the Westin Hotel are $7 USD per person per day. Tennis court daytime use $20 USD per hour or lighted $25 USD per hour. The resort charges a 3% state lodging tax.
In-room jetted tubs
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Puerto Vallarta offers more culturally-minded visitors a wide array of places to see, including the Plaza de las Armas, Saucedo Theatre Building, Cuale Archaeological Museum, and the Parish Church of Our Lady Guadalupe. For those just looking to relax, this balneario has beaches that few other coastal cities can match, and many have a rich history that you can mull over as you enjoy their eggshell-white sands and turquoise waves. If you enjoy snorkeling or SCUBA diving, you'll delight in the abundant and diverse sea life that fills these waters.
Fishermen will find a wide variety of angling challenges to embark upon, from casually casting for snapper in the surf to wrestling with blue marlin from the deck of a charter boat. Nature lovers can swim with friendly local dolphins or watch humpback whales breach just off the shore. Those who enjoy a night on the town will not be disappointed either; Puerto Vallarta boasts one of the most eclectic and energetic nightlife scenes in Mexico, with choices from the reserved Ándale bar in Old Puerto Vallarta to the sleek downtown joint Coexist Café. Shopping is one of the attractions, thanks to the art galleries displaying local artists' work.
To book activities, contact our Xplora agency by phone at at 01.52.322.226.6300 Ext. 5209 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Inizio, Club Regina Puerto Vallarta's on-site restaurant, serves delicious Mexican and international dishes that will satisfy just about anyone. Whether you want to try some of the local flavor or crave a taste of home, Inizio is the place to eat. Bar Vajra, located just next door, offers a diverse selection of cocktails, which you can sip on while enjoying the beautiful sunset. For those who want a bite to eat while swimming, the Tenampa Pool Bar has everything from sea bass pescadillas to Sonora nachos. Room service is available from 7 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Tenampa Pool Bar
Breakfast: 7:00 am - 12:00 pm
Open: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Open: 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Dinner: 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Happy Hour: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Happy Hour: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Unlike Cancun and Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta was thriving long before tourists ever came to its ivory shores. After the Spanish Conquest, during which the native Aztatlan tribes were conquered, this area did not reenter the historical spotlight until the mid-19th century. Starting as a small fishing village named Las Peñas, the town steadily grew until it became a municipality in 1918 and was subsequently renamed Puerto Vallarta.
In the 1950s, writers and other artists from the United States sought this bucolic seaside hamlet as a refuge from political oppression, and in the late 1960s the Mexican government implemented a series of infrastructure improvements that made the city easily accessible by both land and air for the first time. Today, Puerto Vallarta is the second-most visited resort in Mexico.
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Club Regina Puerto Vallarta is located ten minutes from the Puerto Vallarta International Airport. At the airport, you will find private taxis that can take you to the resort.
Directions from Puerto Vallarta International Airport to Club Regina Puerto Vallarta:
1. Head southwest toward Francisco Medina Ascencio (140 m) 2. Continue straight onto Francisco Medina Ascencio (160 m) 3. Slight left to stay on Francisco Medina Ascencio (900 m) 4. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Paseo de La Marina (1.0 km) 5. Turn left onto Paseo de La Marina Nte 655/Paseo de La Marina Sur (600 m) 6. Make a U-turn and continue to follow Paseo de La Marina Sur, and Club Regina will be on the right (190 m)
Parking at the resort
The resort has complimentary parking for our Members based on availability. (NO trailer/RV or oversized vehicles)
The floor plans displayed are a sample of the unit types and are not to scale. Please click on the link below to view our hotel, club suite, and grand suite condominiums. Specific unit occupancy is not guaranteed, and we are unable to inform you which specific unit you will occupy until you arrive and check into your room.
King studio units have 1 king bed, 1 bathroom, and jetted tub Studio double units have 2 queen beds, 1 bathroom and fully equipped kitchen (two extra adults are admitted in studio unit for a fee of $25 USD, per person, per night)