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Blue Chairs Resort is located on the beachfront in the "Romantic Zone" of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico, just a few short blocks from the center of town and entertainment. This beachfront resort is a few steps from restaurants, bars, shops and some of the most popular night clubs of Vallarta. When you stay at Blue Chairs, you will be in the heart of the gay zone in a luxuriously renovated resort in an elegant Mexican style. The Blue Chairs Resort, known throughout the world, is incomparable to any other local gay hotel and is the only such lodging in Puerto Vallarta with direct beachfront access and with deluxe services at a reasonable cost.
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Calle Malecon y Almendro # 4, Puerto Vallarta 48380 Mexico
The power kept going out the elevators don't work light bulbs all burnt out TVs don't work no phone in bedroom service is half rotten I do not recommend this hotel to anyone you get what you pay for ... this hotel needs to be...More
when I think of PV, I don't think I want to stay other than Blue Chairs, its a nice hotel, but the only I hate you cant invite guests and no safe in the room. .... walk out and its the beach and all the...More
I checked in for a much needed get-a-way. Upon checking in the front desk clerk, Joel, met me with b*tchy attitude. I went up to my room to find: No water, No curtain on the window and the door didn't lock. I went down to...More
We have been traveling to Puerto Vallarta for 15 years and always enjoyed spending a few days at this premiere location on the beach. What a sad and disappointing experience this time, to see the owners of this formerly quaint and beautiful property let it...More
Is this a hotel or a (dirty) bathhouse? It was hard to tell. It was rundown and appeared to have been built on the cheap a long time ago. The rooftop bar, however, was very nice. The blue chairs beach, on the other hand, was...More