Hotel Torre De Oro Formerly: Abbey Hotel

 
81% love it
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The largest gay hotel in PV
42 rooms and 13 suites with private balconies overlooking the beach and town.

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      josevallarta Over a year ago
      Loves it

      reopened with a brand new name
      still the same facilitiesbut better service and new managment this gay hotel has a lot to offer

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      JClovely Over a year ago
      Loves it

      it is close
      Close

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      cdwren Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Friendliest gay hotel in Vallarta
      Great location, beautiful views, friendly staff!

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      MaxLovesRio Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great value, feels like home
      Perfect location, one block from beach and near everything. Super-friendly helpful staff make you feel at home. The restaurant is very good. Be sure to ask for an ocean view. I think the beds are smaller than in the mountain view rooms, but the ocean view is amazing. Would definitely recommend.

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      dcjimmy Over a year ago
      Hates it

      overall it's OK
      As everyone reports some of the staff are excellent especially Carlos. He is very welcoming helpful and friendly. The hotel has seen better days. Think of a run down Holiday Inn Express. I rented a suite for 6 nights and paid 900usd. People I met here said you can find much cheaper for similar accommodations. The bed is hard (which is waaay better than being too soft). The pillows are pretty bad. The hotel is pretty clean. The furnishings are quite old. The location is great! 3 minutes to Blue Chairs, 3-5 minutes walk to all the good restaurants and clubs too. I might stay again but I'm going to do more research first.

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      SDVIC Over a year ago
      Loves it

      The best place to stay!
      The owner and his staff makes you feel like you are visiting family! So close to everything and all events. It is a must in PV.

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      flashgordon Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Nice, clean, great location
      Stayed for 5 days. The staff is friendly and fun. The rooms are average at best. Make sure you get an ocean view or else you'll be looking at the burned out buildings across the street. Has a bar and pool, though I would skip both. The pool is freezing as it's it is covered from the sun for most of the day. No tanning, or boys, hanging out here. The beach is a block away. The beach and water are better on the hotel zone side, but Romantica is the fun place to be. You can stay anywhere in this area and feel totally comfortable. This is a nice place that could use a few updates. I'm not against staying here again, but it's not calling out my name.

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      AK_Cruiser Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Great location, clean but average facility
      I visit Puerto Vallarta at least once a year for the past 17 years, and have stayed at numerous locations. I prefer the area south of the river known as Zona Romantica. The Abbey is located on a small street in the area which has a large number of bars/lounges and restaurants and is only 2 blocks from Las Muertos beach so the location is very good. The hotel staff is accommodating; the rooms are kept very clean. This is a very basic tourist hotel, Id rate it 2 stars. Beds are average, some rooms are smaller than others, many have a balcony, but it is often only big enough for one person. The A/C is not quite adequate in the summer season when the humidity is high. If the rooms had ceiling fans, then it would be fine but neither of the rooms I was in did. Rooms also do not have a mini-refrigerator for keeping drinks and food cold. These are two amenities that I have come to expect in most PV hotels. I did have an issue with being assigned a room that wasn't what I reserved and it did take almost an hour to get the matter taken care of, other than that the service was good and the staff is very friendly and helpful.

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      curious111 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      My home away
      I have travelled all over the world and this was my first time in PVR. I was impressed with the room, cleanliness and the welcoming staff...especially Carlos. I had a 7 day vacation but extended it for an extra 5 days. It is close to the beach and you can meet a lot of friendly people along the way. I would recommend it highly.Very safe for singles or family.

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      toddpalmsprings Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Frequent Flyer
      I visit PV fairly often and The Abbey is where I choose to stay more than anywhere else. Close to the beach but also the bars, restaurants and sites. A taxi is hardly ever necessary, everything is a walk away. The rooms are nice enough and the rates are usually pretty good. Why not?

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      jimnmike Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great location!!!!
      My Partner and I stayed there Late March 2010...Clean rooms...Carlos on the front desk is AWESOME!!! Great place to stay to get your bearings on a 1st time vacation to PV!!! Garbos is next door and The Swedes is a short walk up the street!!! and Micheles and couple other bars around the corner...I would recommend calling before and seeing what room your getting..Our view was to the East so was nice put not facing the ocean...Room was clean every day and everything worked...I would DEF recommend it for a 1st time visitor!!!

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      wpgman10 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      The Fab Ab(bey)
      My partner and I just got back from a one week stay at the Abbey Hotel, while it's not the Ritz Carlton or anything like that, we would definitley stay there again. It's clean, that staff is awesome, as is Luis, one of the owners. The BEST thing is the location, we walked everywhere we wanted to go, and staggered back. The one down side of the room that we had - not on the ocean side - was that the fans for the main roof top air conditioner were quite noisy, but at least we had air conditioning. Jim & Doug

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