The Puerto Vallarta Villa Vacation Rental
Casa Dos Cisnes is a luxury five bedroom, five and two 1/2 bath Mexican colonial-style home located high in the hills of the Sierra Madre mountain chain in the exclusive Conchas Chinas neighborhood, a five minute drive away from the Romantic Zone in the Old Town of Puerto Vallarta. Built on four levels around a central courtyard, the house has approximately 10,000 square feet of living area with spectacular views overlooking the Bay of Banderas. The infinity pool, dramatic winding staircase, hacienda-style iron chandeliers, multiple fountains and weeping walls, brick bovedas, high-beamed ceilings, fully-equipped exercise gym, large media/entertainment room and full-time staff will satisfy the expectations of the most discriminating of travelers.
From any one of several terraces or balconies, you will find awe inspiring panoramic views of the Bay of Banderas framed by colonial period Mexican arches, antique furniture and art. All bedrooms are air conditioned with ceiling fans. The dining room comfortably seats up to twelve people and the house contains a total of twelve rooms that provide bountiful areas to socialize in large groups as well as smaller spaces for more intimate gatherings. A restful stay is assured by a complete full-time staff including cook, housemaid and butler. The large open layout with multiple terraces easily accommodates wedding parties and business events in an elegant hacienda setting reminiscent of the colonial period juxtaposed against stunning views of the Bay of Banderas which combine for unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime events.
Under the Spell of the Two Swans in Puerto Vallarta
Caught between the luminous and eternally blue sky above and the buffeting waters of the Pacific Ocean below, you and your guests will fall under the same spell as the legendary Dos Cisnes who nested in the hills of Conchas Chinas, never to return to their homeland. With the spectacular views overlooking the Bay of Banderas, you will grasp all things beautiful, be immersed in the mysteries of nature, feel the savage splendor of the jungle landscape, experience unforgettable relaxation, encounter chances for development, and make your dreams come alive.
Puerto Vallarta Mexico
Puerto Vallarta is a Mexican paradise that lies along Banderas Bay, the second largest bay in the Western Hemisphere. Located on the same latitude as Hawaii, it is located 219 miles from Guadalajara, the state capital of Jalisco, and it is nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountain range. The downtown area has preserved a taste of old Mexico with its cobblestone streets, cathedrals, and quaint white-washed houses with red terra cotta tiled roofs and the surrounding region has many forests, rivers and waterfalls, and an average temperature of 80°F.
Puerto Vallarta is celebrated for its renowned restaurants and has a wide array of shops, art galleries and vibrant night life. Only ten minutes south of the house is Playa Mismaloya, which gained fame for Puerto Vallarta as the location set for the filming of "The Night of the Iguana" starring Richard Burton during his steamy affair with Liz Taylor. The impressive rock formations of Los Arcos which emerge from the bay's crystalline waters, are great for diving and observing underwater mountains.
The city hall has murals painted by Manuel Lepe, and the Malecon (downtown sea wall/walk) is adorned with romantic bronze sculptures and the works of local artists. The streets of the downtown area also offer shops and galleries that sell local paintings and sculptures of local artists. The city has top quality golf courses, boutiques and a marina.
The International Gourmet Festival is an annual gourmet and culinary celebration held every November in Puerto Vallarta. World-renowned culinary experts and chefs, both locally and internationally, are invited to participate in the event to showcase and share their talents, skills and experiences. During this time, Puerto Vallarta's reputation of being a first-class resort destination becomes overshadowed by its reputation of being a first-class dining destination.
The Zoologico de Vallarta, the Puerto Vallarta Zoo, is located in Mismaloya, just south of town, where the public can view more than 450 animals from 70 different species surrounded by the tropical jungle scenery of the four hectare facility. Half the animals on display are indigenous to this country and include Mexican wolves and white tigers and most every creature found in this area - jaguars, pumas, coyotes, ocelots, tlacuaches, coatimundis, crocodiles, iguanas and many other bird and reptile species. Children will enjoy feeding the hippos, deer, rhea, dromedary, spider monkeys, bears, flamingos and can touch and feel the animals in the Children's Zoo.
Sport fishing is another one of many activities you can do during your stay in Puerto Vallarta. Each year, during the month of November, the International Sailfish Fishing Tournament takes place. Other activities available in the region include hiking, mountain biking, eco-tourism, extreme sports, snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing, boating, tennis and golfing.
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