Downtown Puerto Vallarta in Mexico is known globally for its winding cobblestone streets lined with bougainvillea. You’ve probably seen this Riviera Nayarit city in the 1964 film “The Night of the Iguana.” The launch of this film prompted an influx of crowd, mostly California’s elite, to this Pacific coast town in the ’60s and ’70s. Although most of us now associate Puerto Vallarta with bars hosting 24/7 happy hours, crowded Malecon, and visiting cruise ships, there’s a handful of hidden gems, both in and outside town, that remind us why Canadians and Americans run to this part of Mexico during the winter season. Casa Virgilios, in Nuevo Vallarta, is one of them.
Casa Virgilios Bed & Breakfast Hotel