The resort's range of accommodation comprises luxury apartments and villas finished with a crisp, modern look. The apartments boast luxury fittings, terraces and ocean views. The villas have a similar level of decor, including fully-fitted kitchens with stone counters, stone flooring, TV, DVD players and Wi-Fi.
The golf course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and fills an additional role as a nature reserve. It is surrounded by jungle and has views of the Ameca river, the Sierra mountains, and the ocean. Both group and individual coaching is available from the resident professionals, the club also provides the kind of services (shop, rentals, etc) that the well-to-do sports-person expects.
Visitors wishing to work out or enjoy some pampering have a spa and fitness center available on site. The spa offers the kind treatments an up-market clientele expects, and the resort designers have taken care to create a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere. The range of services available include pedicure, manicure, and a variety of specialized massage treatments.
A huge range of fitness equipment and classes are available in the fitness center. These include a comprehensive range of gym equipment, and classes including yoga, Pilates, zumba, water-based aerobics and stretching. After their workout, clients can take to the steam sauna, hot tub, cold pool, or hydro tub.
Visitors with a passion for food will find an array of options for indulging themselves. The resort offers cuisine from all corners of the globe, including Asian, Cuban, Caribbean, Mexican (of course) and Italian. Some restaurants offer a buffet option, and private room service is also available courtesy of the resort. The beach follows the whole length of the resort and is popular among guests who enjoy walking. The ocean is temperate and is suitable for swimming all year-round.
The nearby city of Puerto Vallarta is the 6th largest city in Jalisco state and is a magnet for shoppers and tourists. It has the variety of shops, markets, and cafes one would expect, along with a vibrant night life. In recent years it has gained a cosmopolitan atmosphere but it still retains a flavor of its past.
Visitors can take in the newer parts of the city or wander the cobblestone streets of the old Vallarta. The older parts of town, with their distinctive pueblo architecture have a rich cultural history. The stunning Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe is one of the city's major cultural landmarks.
Shoppers venturing outside of Grand Luxxe Nuevo Vallarta will discover the city has a variety of retail outlets. Newer shopping centers and up-market shops are to be seen along with smaller, local shops. Puerto Vallarta has also been attracting skilled artisans for some years. Here they make and sell every kind of handicraft one can imagine. Leather, glass, and wooden goods are sold alongside art, jewelery, and other items.
There are also many tour operators in the area offering eco-themed trips that include turtle, whale, and bird spotting. Also popular are adventure and extreme sports, with operators offering activities such as diving, jet skiing, off-road driving, and jungle excursions.
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