Now that you know about the rooms, the amenities, and the staff at Villa Premiere, let’s discuss the good stuff – the food! One of my biggest qualms about all-inclusive resorts is the grub. When I’m on vacation, eating well is a priority. I prepare meals at home 4-5 times per week so to say I enjoy being cooked for is an understatement. In fact, it’s a luxury!
There are no buffets at Villa Premiere. Again, another reason I prefer boutique style hotels. Each meal is made to order. There are three restaurants on the premises but the menus change daily. During my stay I noticed Italian, Mexican, and International cuisines on rotation. A snack menu is available 24/7 poolside, or from the comfort of your room. Most days I ate breakfast in paradise overlooking the ocean blue. The omelette and hash brown was my favorite dish. I did not indulge at lunchtime, rather I snacked in the afternoon as an attempt to save room for dinner. The nachos and queso fundido hit the spot! Take me back to the “good life…”
I am a very conservative drinker. But if I’m going to indulge, I expect to taste the liquor. I have experienced “watered down” drinks at all-inclusive and pay as you go resorts. I do not believe they literally dilute the alcohol with water, but maybe they are advised to prepare “weak” drinks. Perhaps a “weak drink” is easier to mass produce? Fortunately, I did not experience this at all at Villa Premiere. In fact, there was an impressive selection of top shelf wines and spirits available. Home girl likes her margaritas prepared with tequila blanco. There was no shortage of that stuff around. Salud!
Shop fruit flavor pajamas perfect for breakfast in paradise here:
P.S. Any hotel that provides me with a robe and matching slippers gets two thumbs up in my book! Thank you to Usiles L Guerrero Photography for capturing the moment