Manuel M Dieguez 171, Puerto Vallarta, MexicoMap
The Casa Dona Susana Hotel Puerto Vallarta is an adults-only hotel located at the southern end of the old town region of Puerto Vallarta. Guests will find that they are within walking distance of the downtown area and all of the galleries, shops, restaurants, and nightlife it offers. The Casa Dona Susana Hotel Puerto Vallarta is only 7 miles from the airport, and guests will find that they are able to walk to many popular locations, including downtown. Those who want to travel to other places around the city will be able to use the plentiful public transportation. The hotel offers room only and all-inclusive rates. Those staying at the hotel must be 18 years of age or over. The 42 rooms and suites found at the Casa Dona Susana Hotel Puerto Vallarta include safes, mini refrigerators, bathrooms, cable TV, phones, and more. Guests staying at the Casa Dona Susana Hotel Puerto Vallarta will find that the hotel features a heated swimming pool on the roof, as well as a terrace solarium. The hotel also has a restaurant, bar, and currency exchange.
Ratings by kids' ages
- Tots (0-2)
- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
- Rollaway beds available
- Smoke-free property
- On-site restaurant(s)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
Recent User ReviewsView All
Great Priced Hotel on the Beach with AI
We really enjoyed our recent stay at the hotel. The service was fantastic and the food was good. I say this keeping in mind the price I paid ...
Casa Dona Susana-Puerto Vallarta
This hotel is located 2 blocks from the beach and is part of the Playa Los Arcos chain. The rooms are adequate, lighting is poor, beds are hard (like all Mexican hotels), but it is still above average for the area and the price is right. Reasonable security. Paint was peeling from the ceiling in the shower. But you won't find a more friendly staff. […] If you're a peple person, you may overlook everything else.The restaurant food was bland and overpriced. Plenty of good eats in the neighborhood, so try those instead.HOWEVER, they seem to come up with arbitrary rules which they enforce in a gestapo-like manner. For example, try to take a photograph (imagine that, a tourist want's to take a photograph!) and th...