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Villa Premiere Hotel – Puerto Vallarta Getaway

It is with great anticipation to share with you a full review of the Villa Premiere hotel, an adults-only beachfront boutique hotel. Allow me to paint a picture for you…located just 20 minutes south of the airport, the pampering begins promptly upon your arrival. We were greeted with warm hand towels, champagne, and a five minute relaxation massage. Whether you choose Puerto Vallarta to honeymoon or play, this all-inclusive optional property offers options to appease everyone.

 

Life style blogger Kelsey Kaplan of Kelsey Kaplan Fashion at Villa Premiere hotel wearing two-piece dress

Life style blogger Kelsey Kaplan of Kelsey Kaplan Fashion wearing striped two-piece dress

 

The Rooms

This property boasts 80 beachfront rooms and suites all with balconies overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Standard amenities include a butler service, pillow menu (I kid you not!), and scent menu for in-room aromatherapy. After the butler in Italy spoiled me rotten, I took full advantage of the butler service at Villa Premiere. He/she kindly unpacked and organized my belongings and re-packed them in preparation for my departure. And with 24/7 access via text message, your butler is also available to press clothes, and draw baths if your room is equipped with a jacuzzi. The pillow menu is a huge bonus. I realize that I probably sound like one, but anything other than goose-down gives me pain in the neck!

 

Life style blogger Kelsey Kaplan of Kelsey Kaplan Fashion at Villa Premiere hotel wearing two-piece dress

 

The Amenities

While it is important to have a comfortable space to retreat to, it is equally important to have a variety of on-site amenities. Villa Premiere features: two pools, a 24 hour fitness center, and spa. Adults only pool areas are remarkable. You don’t have to worry about any cannon bombs detonating! I spent most of the time in the infinity pool, treating myself to libations and snacks at the swim-up bar. As far as lounge chairs, the resort enforces a first-come-first serve policy and the guests respect it. I have been to other hotels where guests “reserve” their spot with a personal belonging at the crack of dawn. Who needs that pressure on vacation?! Along the beachfront you will find four “beach beds” under palapas. For ultimate relaxation, take a nap under there. Also available to you are cruiser rentals and an on-call doctor.

 

Life style blogger Kelsey Kaplan of Kelsey Kaplan Fashion wearing striped two-piece dress

 

The Service

The staff at Villa Premiere reminds me of Bar Method instructors. They know everyone’s name in a matter of minutes! That is what I call paying attention to detail. In fact, Laura and Maria kindly addressed me each time I walked through the lobby, often stopping to compliment me on my outfit. Now that’s the way to a fashionista’s heart! On the other end of the spectrum, Javier and Hugo would bend over backwards for you on the pool deck. This is precisely the reason I prefer boutique hotels to large resorts: unmatched customer service. Stay tuned for food reviews and more Puerto Vallarta travel tips and advice.

 

Life style blogger Kelsey Kaplan of Kelsey Kaplan Fashion at Villa Premiere hotel wearing two-piece dress

Life style blogger Kelsey Kaplan of Kelsey Kaplan Fashion at Villa Premiere hotel wearing bell sleeves

 

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A special thanks to Ulises L. Guerrero Photography for capturing the moment.

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