Saturday, 17 September 2016 19:15

Raintree’s Club Regina Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta offers more culturally-minded visitors a wide array of places to see, including the Plaza de las Armas, Saucedo Theatre Building, Cuale Archaeological Museum, and the Parish Church of Our Lady Guadalupe. For those just looking to relax, this balneario has beaches that few other coastal cities can match, and many have a rich history that you can mull over as you enjoy their eggshell-white sands and turquoise waves. If you enjoy snorkeling or SCUBA diving, you'll delight in the abundant and diverse sea life that fills these waters.
Overview

Raintree's Club Regina Puerto Vallarta wraps elegance and tradition around relaxing ocean and marina views. Members and guests have access to all amenities that Club Regina Puerto Vallarta has to offer including an on-site restaurant and bar, beautiful accommodations and revitalizing swimming pools.

Club Regina Puerto Vallarta is located between the Sierra Madre Mountains and Banderas Bay. It is within walking distance of the marina. Its beaches and rich biodiversity draw tourists from around the globe. On the mountain side, you can experience adventures like Canopy and ATV tours. The Malecon, one of the most popular locations for tourists, is a flourishing art scene on the south side of Vallarta that is home to art galleries, restaurants and bars. Explore Puerto Vallarta and create lasting memories.

Accommodations

Club Regina Puerto Vallarta offers hotel, club suite, and grand suite rooms, which can sleep up to six guests. Our rooms include cedar furniture, marble floors, jetted tubs on the balconies, electronic safes large enough to hold a laptop, smoke detectors in each room, and brand-new GE kitchen appliances. Please note that use of the fitness center and spa has an additional fee.

Use of the gym (cardio & weights) at the Westin Hotel is complimentary.
Sauna and steam room facilities at the Westin Hotel are $7 USD per person per day.
Tennis court daytime use $20 USD per hour or lighted $25 USD per hour.
The resort charges a 3% state lodging tax.

Dining

For most people, Mexican cuisine needs no introduction. Making use of fresh corn and beans, delicious tortillas, and expertly-seasoned meat, Mexican cooks have made the food of their native country famous throughout the world. Whether it is chicken mole or seafood enchiladas, almost everyone has his or her favorite Mexican dish.

Club Regina Puerto Vallarta's in-house restaurant, Inizio, offers a delectable fusion of Mexican and international dishes that will satisfy even the most discerning of tastes. Whether you want to try some of the local flavor or crave a taste of home, Inizio is the place to eat. Located just next door, Bar Vajra features an eclectic cocktail menu, sunset views, and late hours on the weekends, and for those who want a bite to eat while swimming, the Tenampa Pool Bar has lighter options.


Destination

Unlike Cancun and Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta was thriving long before tourists ever came to its ivory shores. After the Spanish Conquest, during which the native Aztatlan tribes were conquered, this area did not reenter the historical spotlight until the mid-19th century. Starting as a small fishing village named Las Peñas, the town steadily grew until it became a municipality in 1918 and was subsequently renamed Puerto Vallarta.

In the 1950s, writers and other artists from the United States sought this bucolic seaside hamlet as a refuge from political oppression, and in the late 1960s the Mexican government implemented a series of infrastructure improvements that made the city easily accessible by both land and air for the first time. Today, Puerto Vallarta is the second-most visited resort in Mexico.

Raintree’s Club Regina Puerto Vallarta — Puerto Vallarta, Mexico — Direct Exchange
ROOM SIZE/SEASONWeek NumbersMONTUEWEDTHUFRISATSUNWEEK
HOTEL
HIGH 13-14, 46, 51-52 700 700 700 900 1050 1050 900 6000
MID 1-12, 15-17, 24-34, 41-45, 47-50 600 600 600 700 900 900 700 5000
LOW 18-23, 35-40 500 500 500 550 700 700 550 4000
HOTEL WITH KITCHENETTE
HIGH 13-14, 46, 51-52 700 700 700 900 1050 1050 900 6000
MID 1-12, 15-17, 24-34, 41-45, 47-50 600 600 600 700 900 900 700 5000
LOW 18-23, 35-40 500 500 500 550 700 700 550 4000
CLUB SUITE
HIGH 13-14, 46, 51-52 900 900 900 1200 1450 1450 1200 8000
MID 1-12, 15-17, 24-34, 41-45, 47-50 800 800 800 1100 1450 1450 1100 7000
LOW 18-23, 35-40 700 700 700 900 1050 1050 900 6000
GRAND SUITE
HIGH 13-14, 46, 51-52 1400 1400 1400 1800 2100 2100 1800 12000
MID 1-12, 15-17, 24-34, 41-45, 47-50 1100 1100 1100 1600 1750 1750 1600 10000
LOW 18-23, 35-40 900 900 900 1200 1450 1450 1200 8000
Saturday, 17 September 2016 19:12

Raintree’s Club Regina Los Cabos

Los Cabos is arguably the most naturally imposing and beautiful of all Mexican balnearios, and as such caters with equal aplomb to both the avid nature lover and the casual tourist. In the winter, you can watch a dozen species of whales breaching just off the coast; they travel to these warm waters during the colder months to birth their calves.
Overview

Club Regina Los Cabos rises above the shoreline where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. Every unit faces the ocean and you can enjoy colorful sunsets and sunrises from your terrace. From November through March, it is unusual to not see whales playing in front of the resort. The resort is a mecca for those seeking the best under the Baja sun – from championship golf courses to some of the best sports fishing in the world.

Los Cabos includes the cities of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. In the center of San Jose del Cabo find art centers offering the works of both well-known and up-and-coming Mexican painters, sculptors and jewelry designers. Cabo San Lucas offers a wide variety of international and local culinary experiences as well as an incredible nightlife. This is where great memories begin.

Accommodations

Club Regina Los Cabos offers hotel, club suite, and grand suite rooms, which can sleep up to six guests. Our kitchens feature granite countertops and a state-of-the-art GE appliances package, maple dove-tail dresser drawers, and a craftsman-style door. All of our rooms have the best views of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean found anywhere on the Baja Peninsula. The resort itself offers Members access to certified golf specialists, valet parking, a deli, a Kids' Club, and a massage room open every day during regular business hours. Please note that use of the spa and parking costs extra.

Tennis court daytime use $10 USD per hour or lighted $15 USD per hour
The resort charges a 3% state lodging tax

Dining

For most people, Mexican cuisine needs no introduction. Making use of fresh corn and beans, delicious tortillas, and expertly-seasoned meat, Mexican cooks have made the food of their native country famous throughout the world. Whether it is chicken mole or seafood enchiladas, almost everyone has his or her favorite Mexican dish.

 

Club Regina Los Cabo's in-house restaurant, Inizio, offers a delectable fusion of Mexican and international dishes that will satisfy even the most discerning of tastes. Whether you want to try some of the local flavor or crave a taste of home, or enjoy one of our theme nights, Inizio is the place to eat. Located just next door, Bar Vajra features an eclectic cocktail menu, sunset views, and late hours on the weekends, and the Altura Restaurant serves delicious fare for lunch or a mid-day snack.

Destination

When the Europeans arrived in what is today the municipality of Los Cabos, they found only a few nomadic hunter-gatherer tribes that were technologically inferior to the rest of the Mesoamerican peoples. These tribes eventually disappeared, and for four hundred years virtually no one lived there. Then, in 1917, an American company built a fishing operation in Los Cabos.

Word of its extraordinary natural beauty spread, and in 1974 the Mexican government chose Los Cabos and Cancun to be the sites for a new tourism industry in Mexico. The government built infrastructure there, and soon Los Cabos was thriving with prosperity. Today, Los Cabos is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Mexico and annually hosts the largest marlin-fishing tournament in the world. The "Los Cabos Corridor", as the area between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo is known, is particularly famous for its towering sea arches and abundant marine life.

Raintree’s Club Regina Los Cabos* — Los Cabos, Mexico — Direct Exchange
ROOM SIZE/SEASONWeek NumbersMONTUEWEDTHUFRISATSUNWEEK
HOTEL
HIGH 13-14, 46, 51-52 700 700 700 900 1050 1050 900 6000
MID 1-12, 15-17, 24-34, 41-45, 47-50 600 600 600 700 900 900 700 5000
LOW 18-23, 35-40 500 500 500 550 700 700 550 4000
STUDIO
HIGH 13-14, 46, 51-52 700 700 700 900 1050 1050 900 6000
MID 1-12, 15-17, 24-34, 41-45, 47-50 600 600 600 700 900 900 700 5000
LOW 18-23, 35-40 500 500 500 550 700 700 550 4000
CLUB SUITE
HIGH 13-14, 46, 51-52 900 900 900 1200 1450 1450 1200 8000
MID 1-12, 15-17, 24-34, 41-45, 47-50 800 800 800 1100 1450 1450 1100 7000
LOW 18-23, 35-40 700 700 700 900 1050 1050 900 6000
GRAND SUITE
HIGH 13-14, 46, 51-52 1400 1400 1400 1800 2100 2100 1800 12000
MID 1-12, 15-17, 24-34, 41-45, 47-50 1100 1100 1100 1600 1750 1750 1600 10000
LOW 18-23, 35-40 900 900 900 1200 1450 1450 1200 8000

*Cleaning fee per day (paid at the resort): STUdio/HoTeL - $3.00 Club Suite - $4.00 Grand Suite - $5.00

Saturday, 17 September 2016 18:58

Raintree’s Club Regina Cancun

Cancun is both a thriving nightlife hub and a gateway to the mystical world of the Maya. Visitors interested in a full cultural experience can venture out to the famous Chichen Itza, home of the mighty Pyramid Kukulcan, or the lesser known Mayapan, which is considered to be the last great Maya capital. When you've conquered these two ruins, there are a dozen more to choose from; the Mayan adventure never ends!
Overview

Club Regina Cancun is a beach resort located in Mexico's premier vacation destination, nestled between the Caribbean Sea and the Nichupte Lagoon. The location brings ancient and contemporary Cancun to your vacation experience. This destination offers seaside views of naturally turquoise waters; perfect for waterskiing, diving and snorkeling.

The resort amenities include an on-site restaurant and bar, and a sparkling swimming pool. Cancun is nestled on the southeast coast of Mexico where the Great Mesoamerican Reef creates the best water sports venue in North America. Tour Mayan temples nearby and later, enjoy Cancun's international nightlife. The night lights up with some of the best clubs in Mexico, playing every music genre from salsa to R&B. Open the door to an unforgettable escape.

Accommodations


Club Regina Cancun offers hotel, club suite, and grand suite rooms, which can sleep up to six guests. These rooms include wooden chairs with detailed headboards, inlaid marble and granite countertops, and sweeping views of both the nearby lagoon and the Caribbean Sea. They are designed to be as much a part of your tropical vacation as the azure waters that surround them. Please note that use of the fitness center, spa, and parking costs extra.
Use of the gym (cardio & weights) at the Westin Hotel is complimentary.
Sauna and steam room facilities at the Westin Hotel are $10.00 USD per person per day.
Tennis court daytime complimentary or lighted for $20 USD per hour.
The resort charges a 3% state lodging tax.

Dining

Club Regina Cancun's in-house restaurant, Inizio, offers a delectable fusion of Mexican and international dishes that will satisfy even the most discerning of tastes. Every Saturday and Sunday morning, Inizio's expert chefs prepare a delicious breakfast buffet for guests to enjoy. Whether you want to try some of the local flavor or crave a taste of home, Inizio is the place to eat.

Destination

Long before it became a world-famous balneario, Cancun was a Mayan village. The name the Mayans gave the island means "Enchanted Snake". After the native population gradually departed, Cancun was essentially untouched for over four hundred years. Then, in 1970, the Mexican government took a risky gamble on the area and financed the construction of nine major hotels there. The rest is history, and today, after surviving the wrath of Hurricane Gilbert back in 1988, Cancun is an extremely popular tourist destination known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant night clubs, and safe tourist environment.

The Yucatan Peninsula holds the last remnants of the once-mighty Mayan civilization within its leafy tropical grasp. The famous Chichen Itza has eighteen ancient structures, the tallest of which is Pyramid Kulkulcan. During the spring and fall equinoxes, the setting sun creates shadows down the steps of the pyramid that resemble a slithering snake. Other fascinating and storied ruins in the area include Muyil, Tulum, and Uxmal.

Raintree’s Club Regina Cancun* — Cancun, Mexico — Direct Exchange
ROOM SIZE/SEASONWeek NumbersMONTUEWEDTHUFRISATSUNWEEK
HOTEL
HIGH 13-14, 46, 51-52 700 700 700 900 1050 1050 900 6000
MID 1-12, 15-17, 24-34, 41-45, 47-50 600 600 600 700 900 900 700 5000
LOW 18-23, 35-40 500 500 500 550 700 700 550 4000
STUDIO
HIGH 13-14, 46, 51-52 700 700 700 900 1050 1050 900 6000
MID 1-12, 15-17, 24-34, 41-45, 47-50 600 600 600 700 900 900 700 5000
LOW 18-23, 35-40 500 500 500 550 700 700 550 4000
CLUB SUITE
HIGH 13-14, 46, 51-52 900 900 900 1200 1450 1450 1200 8000
MID 1-12, 15-17, 24-34, 41-45, 47-50 800 800 800 1100 1450 1450 1100 7000
LOW 18-23, 35-40 700 700 700 900 1050 1050 900 6000
GRAND SUITE
HIGH 13-14, 46, 51-52 1400 1400 1400 1800 2100 2100 1800 12000
MID 1-12, 15-17, 24-34, 41-45, 47-50 1100 1100 1100 1600 1750 1750 1600 10000
LOW 18-23, 35-40 900 900 900 1200 1450 1450 1200 8000

*Cleaning fee per week (paid at the resort): Studio/Hotel - $10.50 Club Suite - $21.00 Grand Suite - $31.50