El Centro Hot Spot

Jorge Chávez
Feb. 22, 2016

Just one block up from the Malecon, where folks stop to interact with the eclectic Colunga sculptures in front of Las Palomas restaurant, are some of this town’s best browsing, shopping and dining opportunities. And these businesses all have bilingual staff. So, while we can’t say enough good things about our wonderful oceanfront promenade, we encourage you to step away from it long enough to check them out.

To invite good luck and keep things simple, we’ve narrowed the focus to three easily managed blocks forming a horseshoe — Morelos between Aldama and Corona, and each of those streets from Morelos to Juarez.


Roberto Castellanos
Novamar Insurance Mexico

"Since we started the company we have advertised in Vallarta Lifestyles, a publication that is considered ‘Puerto Vallarta’s Magazine’ by the quality of its images, content and staff, unique characteristics that encouraged us to say: ‘We have to be in Vallarta Lifestyles’. We know that this magazine is a reference for the target market that we are looking for and we know that being there gives us prestige.”
David Connell
Partner and manager
Connell & Associates

“Vallarta Lifestyles has been a company that promotes a good image, which is very important to us. Companies and businesses with a broad trajectory in the destination know that this magazine helps them achieve a professional image in the market.”
Wayne Franklin
Tropicasa Realty

“There are lots of reasons why we have advertised in Vallarta Lifestyles for several years. One of them is that they know pretty well their target, because they know who are their readers and they adapt as much as possible the content and material that is offered. For these reasons they have a growing number of readers which is very important for us. Another reason is that many people  —including us— think that the magazine has been as a serious publication since its beginnings. Historically, Vallarta Lifestyles has known how to capture the audience and has done it pretty well."