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Does a "quiet" beach resort exist?

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Grand Isle, Vermont
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Does a "quiet" beach resort exist?

We're not total wet blankets or anything, but would like to find a place with nice pools, clean beach and absence of loudspeakers...at least after 8 pm. Has anyone found one, either PV or NV? All-inclusive would be best...

Spokane, Washington
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1. Re: Does a "quiet" beach resort exist?

I found that going north of PV has better beaches. We have stayed at Bahia Del Sol & Mayan Palace up there & I really liked Bahia....no noise, no vendors. Mayan has a huge pool & you can go to another area not to hear the music. The beaches though are the best! These were in Nuevo...far out yet so close to PV. May want to check out Nuevo for what you want! Two days & we'll be there!!! Good luck!!

Saskatoon, Canada
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2. Re: Does a "quiet" beach resort exist?

You may want to try the Decameron Los cocos. It's about 1 1/2 north in Rincon de guayabitos. Very nice beach club and by 10 pm.it is really quiet. But the bars are open til midnight and the disco til 3 am. Check out the reviews. We have been there 3 times and would go back again for sure. LOVE IT.

Puerto Vallarta...
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3. Re: Does a "quiet" beach resort exist?

I would suggest Dreams, just south, but not too far, from the charm of Puerto Vallarta.

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4. Re: Does a "quiet" beach resort exist?

"... would like to find a place with nice pools, clean beach and absence of loudspeakers."

Wow, can we relate to that!! We have tried a few, and only one worked for us -- the Royal Decameron resort in Bucerias.

We stayed there a few years ago, and much-appreciated the layout of the place. It's big, and allows one to be, or not to be, near what's happening each day - music and/or otherwise.

One of the pools there is "adults-only", it's a way from the "action" and totally-free of the booming "music" (noise) from loudspeakers, and all.

Plus, there are no (or were not when we were there) loudspeakers on the beach. The nearby ones, at the bars, can be silenced by moving a few feet north or south.

Good luck!!

walnut creek
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5. Re: Does a "quiet" beach resort exist?

I would agree with JR. Dreams has a great private beach and a nice location and is fairly quite.

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6. Re: Does a "quiet" beach resort exist?

Stayed in Dreams in September...Loved it..Most relaxing vacation. Food was very good, never hungry..Would go back. Staff were wonderful, yet you are close enough to hop in a cab

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7. Re: Does a "quiet" beach resort exist?

Check out the Samba Vallarta in Nuevo Vallarta.

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